Little Guy Football Week 5 roundup

Following is the Week 5 roundup for Butte’s Little Guy Football program. Games are played at the Copper Mountain Park.

Glacier Bank Packers 32, Lil Copperhead Bengals 0

Kyler Raiha tossed a 20-yard TD pass to Brayden Cetraro. The quarterback also scored on a 5-yard run to lead the Packers to the win. Keegan Muffich scored on a 20-yard run, while Brady Maloughney added a 5-yard TD run.

Ryan Snow stood out at quarterback for the Bengals. Jason Krantz played well on the offensive line and at linebacker, while Rowdy Swainston and Cory Manker led the defense.

Rainbow Photo/John’s Pork Chop Patriots 35, Buffalo Wild Wings Steelers 18

Kyle Holter scored on runs of 30 and 15 yards, and Dougie Peoples tossed a 15-yard TD strike to Tyson Swan to lead the Patriots to the win. John McCarthy added a TD run, while Jake Rowe, Harley Carson, Hayden Struznik and Ty Jacobs played great defense.

For the Steelers, Ethan Cunningham was ridiculous, running two kickoffs back for TDs. He also had a long TD run. Kevin Donaldson registered two bone-crushing blocks, while Malachi Salamme, Nick Spenser and Kai Warren-Douglass played good defense.

Newland & Co. Bears 32, CCCS Rams (n/a)

Hunter Hotalen, Luke Anderson and Brayden Kean each ran for a touchdown, and Trey Whitlock caught a Dylan Snyder TD pass as the Bears rolled. Mike O’Dell registered a safety, and Brennan Field and Joseph Sehulster played excellent defense.

No information about the Rams’ effort was submitted.

McQueen Athletic Club Colts 12, Universal Athletic Dolphins 0

Maverick McEwen broke the goal line on fourth down for the first TD of the game to kick start the Colts’ win. Garrett Sharp found daylight for a long TD run. He also played tough at defensive end. Hunter Peck kicked well, Tyse Stevens played tough on the defensive line, and Corey Anderson made some key blocks at guard.

Zane Moodry and Ryder Holbrook played good defense, while Logan Neivis and Marc McGilllan did a great job on the offensive line for the Dolphins. Zach O’Connell played well at safety, and Bryce Keane tackled well at cornerback.

First Citizens Cowboys 22, Sports Fanz Redskins 16

Touchdowns by Austin Phillips, Tanner McDaniel and Connor Porchervina led the way for the Cowboys against a tough Redskins defense. Receivers Dawson Kriskovich, Tanner Bair and Reid Whitlock proved key blocks on the touchdown runs. Zach Tierney and Shawn Ossello picked off passes in the win.

Blake Armstrong scored on a long run to lead the Redskins. Also, Jordan Wagner demonstrated good tackling, Aidan Tierney recorded a sack, and Cameron Gurnsey registered two tackles for a loss.

Thompson’s Distributing Vikings 36, Lil Copperheads Falcons 0

Quarterback/running back Wiley Dallaserra and quarterback/running back Rye Doherty each ran for a TD and threw for a score. Jager Gunderson and Jeremiah LaPier caught long passes, while Keighton Johnston and Michael McGivern ran four touchdowns. Strong safety Isaac Kohler picked off a pass and Thomas Jensen had some big hits as the Vikings posted their second shutout in a row.

Nathan Blodnick picked off a pass and had a pair of goal line stops on fourth down to lead the Falcons. Danny Senst and Traelic Stops were the defensive and offensive line MVPs. Kiernan Bjornemo was solid in the defensive backfield.

Harrington Pepsi Chargers 12, Opportunity Bank Buccaneers 6

The Chargers got a great touchdown run by Will Silk and excellent defensive efforts by Riley Tutty, Josh McAdams and Luke O’Dell. Colin Richards-Doyle had key blocks in the victory.

The Bucs got very strong defensive play by Trey Hansen, including a sack and constant pressure on the quarterback. Liam Kindt had a great reception and run, and Diesel Dale and Ethan Zimmerman came together for a big stop on an extra-point conversion. Also, Cale Johnson made a big-time reception down the sideline to set up a Mason Armstrong touchdown run.

Lisac’s Tire Raiders 8, Casagranda’s Seahawks 0

Morgan McClernan ran for a touchdown, and Kooper Klobucar booted the 2-point conversion for the Raiders. Brady Shannon, Quinn Boyle and Gavin Vetter played lights out on defense, and Cole Steward ran the offense and picked off a pass.

Kenley “Ice” Leary played well on offense for the Seahawks. Connor Konda was a tackling machine, while Kadyn Lester played great defense, Brady Dinius made a great catch and Eddie Raurke showed some great hustle.



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