“We’re really happy with all the support that the families have shown us this morning,” said Head Coach Juan Solis. “We appreciate Applebee’s for giving us this time. There are quite a few people here.”“I know it’s an early breakfast, but everyone came out to help the team,” said BU9 United’s Assistant Coach and AYSO Regional Commissioner Ernie Lemos, as more supporters came through the door. “The funds raised today will be used to buy things for the team.
Four minutes later, the Skyhawks matched and added a point, making it 7 to 6, in favor of Summit. San G stepped up and scored again on a 50-plus yard run by number 25, senior RJ Dynes. San G had the lead with a 12-7 score in the first quarter. From the second quarter to end of the game, the statistics were in favor of the Skyhawks. With a field goal, a 1-yard sneak run by Summit, as well as a successful two-point conversion, the Skyhawks were holding onto an 18-12 lead over the Spartans.
If the first quarter was an indication of what was to transpire for the evening, the Blackhawks were about to secure a solid victory in the W column. With six minutes and 25 seconds left in the first quarter, Citrus Valley put six points on the board. No sooner did the game get underway did Blackhawk defensive back Jonathan Calderon leap into the air and picked off a pass sent by Spartan quarterback Kenzel Lawler. This interception was one of several during the game.
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Selecting a term
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