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|Posted: Wed Sep 27, 2017 8:48 pm Post subject: Wilton Youth Football scoreboard: Sept. 16-17
|The Warrior Blue third grade football team faced http://www.packersprosale.com/lane-taylor-jersey-c-1_2.html a tough opponent, Darien, on a balmy day this past Saturday at Fujitani Field.
The tone was set early by the Warriors’ defense, with Keegan Kazan making two tackles on a three-and-out Darien drive, followed by a fumble recovery on the next drive. On offense, led by the cool hand of quarterback Colin Faherty, the Warriors scored on a big touchdown run from Nick Skillen.
The offensive line, anchored by center Michael Lenz along with linemen Matthew Fogarty, August Furman, Noah Patania, Trey Hall, Michael Duarte and Wyatt Hoffstatter, provided solid blocking all day.
Those same players on offense also were the backbone of a defense, along with Sawyer Fasano, Hayden Leitten and Kayden Kazan, that allowed zero points the entire game. Denny Dustin and Nick Skillen had a fumble recovery each as the game progressed.
Wilton Blue players showed toughness and versatility on both sides of the ball. Denny Dustin, Emmett Sommer and Try Hall all contributed powerful runs late in the game to kill the clock to cement a 7-0 victory.
Wilton White won a hard fought game on Saturday night against a tough Westport squad, advancing their record to 2-1. Wilton’s defense was solid on the day despite one long TD run, holding Westport to only a handful of first downs in the game.
Wilton’s ‘D’ line, led by Henry Snow, Wyatt Kreter, Jaxon Lin and Andrew Zareski, held strong all game, allowing Cody Korpan (including a forced fumble) and Charlie Heffernan to make a number of big tackles. Mark Sylvester and Liam Pierson also contributed to the strong defensive effort and Trey Rivera made a huge tackle late in the fourth quarter to keep Westport off the scoreboard.
Offensively, key blocking by Cooper Rekow, Mark http://www.49ersprosale.com/rashard-robinson-jersey-c-1_13.html Whitman and Cole Herbst helped open up holes all day for the offense. Behind lead blocker Dylan Flanagan at fullback, Declan Jackson (with punishing long runs leading to first downs) and Brady Corry (two touchdowns) found success in the running game.
In the first quarter, Blake Ongley ran one in for a touchdown behind great blocking from the offensive line of Charlie Roy, Max Totten, Hunter Lishnoff, Quint Furman, Grant Stein and Ellie Smith. Later in the first quarter, Charlie Calabrese ran it 25 yards for the Warriors’ second touchdown. The first quarter ended with Jake Padilla making a big interception.