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Carson City Jr. Midgets

Battle to a 12-0 Loss

Two big plays made the difference in this game Friday night (9/14/01) as the Carson City Jr. Midgets took their only loss of the season.  They played four outstanding quarters of football, to no avail as they lost 12-0, leaving their record now at 1:1 for the season.  The hard-hitting defense led by Brian Maffei, who had numerous knocked-down passes and two interceptions, played tough against a talented Reno Broncos team.  The defense had several big hitters including Shane Lyons, Travis Lamborn, Tony Roberts, and Mike McBroom.  Cornerback Ryan Riggs broke up numerous passes and had one interception.  Overall the entire defense did their job extremely well with almost every play being a sack, deflected pass, or a fumble recovery.  They played with total determination not to let the Broncos get the best of them.  

The offense, led by quarterback Weslie Reddick, played tough.  Tyson Curren and Mike McBroom added another 40.  Reddick attempted several trick plays with much success, passing off to Rich Norgrove who gained 45 yards and Brian Maffei for 15 yards.  The offensive line, led by Tim Peters, Francisco Merill, Will Adler, and Tommy Moser played with intensity and resolve all night.  The kick-off team, led by Johnny Hazeltine, with an average of 35 yards per kick, played well and laid some big hits on those boys from Reno.  Ryan Pier added to the effort with great blocks and great desire.   

The Carson City Jr. Midgets played an outstanding game with lots of big hits and tough play. 


 Senators Jr. Pee Wee Blue
2-0 to Start the Season

The Jr. Pee Wee Senator Blue football team is off to an impressive 2:0 start to their season.  The first game against the Sparks Steelers was won 24:8.  Led by quarterback Matt Rudledge, the offense rushed for over 100 years with running Ricky McDonald, Chad Plattsmier, and CJ Davis all scoring touchdowns.  The fourth touchdown was made by defensive player Tucker Ford after he intercepted a pass and ran it back.  Outstanding defensive play was shown by defensive lineman Tyler Daykin and Alvaro Victorio, both involved in many loss of yard tackles. 

Game 2 was played at home in Carson against long-time rival Douglas Tigers.  The offense was plagued to injury to their starting quarterback and played backup quarterback, Chad Plattsmier, who came through for the Senators scoring one of the three touchdowns.  Another two touchdowns were scored by injured quarterback, Matt Rudledge, playing in a runningback position with an injured left hand.  Although hampered somewhat by several painful penalties, the offensive line, led by Tyler Brown, Kyle Whipple, and Tom Purcell, made large holes and continued to push the Tigers down field.  The most impressive play of the night was given by the Senators defense, not allowing any points by the Tigers and, at one time, holding at the goal line for all four downs.  Exceptional play by linebackers Blake Davidson, Blake Plattsmier, and lineman Gabriel Ramirez kept the Tigers off the scoreboard.  The defense was also responsible for adding two points with a safety and the recovery of a fumbled punt return by the Tigers.  



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