NMJAAF: Pee Wee Seahawks blank Fountain Valley

September 13, 2001

FOUNTAIN VALLEY - The Newport-Mesa Junior All-American Football Pee

Wee Seahawks opened the 2001 season with a 14-0 win over the Fountain

Valley Jaguars Saturday afternoon.

Jacob Gildart scored both touchdowns for the Seahawks on runs of 30

and 40 yards, respectively. He also intercepted a Jaguar pass on defense

as well.

Justin Elbourn, Keifer Fairbanks, Andrew Hawkins, Bryce Jardine, James


McKennon, Corbin McNutt, Nick Reese, Frank Russo and Jerry Whitney

provided great line blocking on Gildart's runs, while the Seahawk defense

was anchored by Will Brown, Brian Lawler, Travis Prickett, P.J. Simpson,

Richie Sorenson, Brice Stillman, Jon Tripi, Charles Vickery and Colin


In other NMJAAF action:

Carson 16, Junior Midget Seahawks 12 - Newport-Mesa started the season

on the wrong foot, falling to Carson after controlling most of the game.

After falling behind early, Newport-Mesa responded with a 55-yard

touchdown pass from John Angelo to Matt Reiger.

Late in the third quarter, the Seahawks scored again when Ryan Lance

found Reiger on a 30-yard streak in the corner of the end zone, giving

Newport-Mesa the lead, but Carson struck late in the fourth quarter to

pull out the win.

Inglewood 18, Clinic Seahawks 6 - Despite a 30-yard touchdown run from

Christian Anderson, the Seahawks could not find the win column as

Inglewood scored two second-half touchdowns to win.

Adrian Rodriguez, J.D. Abbott, Parker Norton, Kyle Chene and Nick

Taormina each ran well, while Troy Bundy complete five passes to Andy

Hayes and his backs.

The offensive and defensive lineman who led the way for Newport-Mesa

included Brett Klein, Ryan Hatcher, Jeremy Dunnjak, Trevor Dannelley,

Patric Wooding, Ronnie Dunmore, Steven Clapp, Grant Johnson, Andrew

Hicks, Chris Kraft, Jeff Aschieris and Nick Gushue.

Inglewood 12, Junior Pee Wee 0 - The Seahawks held the Jets to limited

success thanks to the strong play of Travis Sorenson, Max Steigler, Danny

Miller, Andrew MacDonald and Cloe Sheppard.

The offensive line controlled the line of scrimmage, led by Hunter

Alder, Andrew Fulcher, Scotty Chene, Michael Ensign, Woody Yokoyamma and

Nick Svendsen. The O-line opened holes for Austin Raiger and Bucko

Theriot, while quarterback Jordan Lusk completed a nice 15-yard pass to


For the Junior Clinic Seahawks, in their matchup with the Carson

Colts, running backs Michael Taormina, Austin Blodgett and Blair Luchs

each provided some decent yardage, while the defense was anchored by John

Prickett, Justus Gildart, Ryan Andrews and Trent Anderson. The offensive

line was led by Mario Rosales, Hunter Durante, Tyler Barbato and Andrew


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