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Jr. T’wolves trample Central Valley Outlaws

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POSTED October 11, 2017 1:17 a.m.

Five plays, five touchdowns. Not a bad way to start a game.
The varsity Manteca Jr. Timberwolves scored on their first five plays from scrimmage Saturday in a 48-0 Northern California Youth Football and cheer win over the Central Valley Outlaws at Dino Cunial Field.
Marcelo Morales had three of those scores on touchdown runs of 45, 55 and 63 yards while Luke Weaver added touchdown throws of 23 yards to Andrew Mangana and 48 yards to Gustavo Delgadillo.
In the second half Marcus Miller scored from 26 yards out and Nikko Nunes added a 10-yard touchdown run with the Manteca controlling controlled the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball with play from Jose Rios, Sebastian Salazar, Josh Marlin, Jesse Perea and Dominic Alvarez.
 Ivan Munguia, Joseph Flores and Daniel Mendez played standout defense for the Jr. Timberwolves.

DYFL varsity
Jr. Spartans 34, Dublin 18
Lyon Colon racked up 283 yards on seven carries with touchdown runs of 41, 64, 80 and 81 yards against the Fighting Irish.
Jeremiah Estante (eight carries, 67 yards) had a 37-yard touchdown run and Amario Valdovinos made two receptions for 23 yards along with two conversion catches.
Valdovinos (forced fumble) made eight tackles, Ben Ruvalcaba seven, Noah Martinez five and Colon and Jeremy Buck three each.

Jr. T’wolves 52,
C. Valley 19
Tommy Perea scored on each of his three carries for the Jr. Timberwolves.
Perea totaled 90yards behind scoring runs of 7, 40 and 43 yards. Alijah Cota (three carries, 73 yards) had touchdown runs of 25 and 45 yards. Keanu Duenas (two carries, 77 yards) had a 60-yard scoring run, Jason Garcia scored from 30 yards out and Jayden Ceja (four carries, 40 yards) scored on an 11-yard run and had a 45-yard kickoff return.
Anthony Cota led the Manteca defense with eight tackles and a forced fumble. Duenas added six stops and Ceja, Paul Gaines and Jacob Codde made two tackles each.

NCYF starts
Jr. T’wolves 54,
 C. Valley 0
Albert Menchaca and Maddox Morales combined for five Jr. Timberwolves touchdowns.
Menchaca ran for 129 yards with three touchdowns and Morales had two scores with 74 yards rushing. Leiland Riggleman (97 yards rushing) and Mateo Nunez (60 yards rushing) each added a touchdown run.
Isabellah Crabb led the Manteca defense with six tackles and a fumble recovery. Gilbert Luiz added five stops with William Ellis, Mateo Nunez, and Riggleman (fumble recovery) making three tackles each.
San Joaquin 18,
Cowboys 12
After trailing 12-6 at halftime, the Jr. Rams scored with less than two minutes remaining and then closed the game out with an interception to seal the win.
Gabriel Flores (44 yards rushing) scored on 1- and 32-yard touchdown runs. Bryson Davis added 88 yards on the ground and Anthony Morales had 40 yards passing.
Bryson Davis and Omar Diaz had six stops apiece for the Cowboys with Gabriel Flores making five and Brandyn Sena recovering a fumble.

NCYF Rookies
Jr. T’wolves 39,
Stockton 12
The Manteca offensive line led the team to a total of 301 yards on the ground against the Stockton Razorbacks.
Julian Moncada ran for 144 yards on five carries with touchdown runs of 30, 35 and 50 yards.  Jeremy Douglas rushed for 99 yards on four carries with a 45-yard touchdown run. Luis Rosas added 38 yards on five carries with a 5-yard score.  Preston Smith scored on a 2-yard quarterback keeper.
Rosas led the Manteca defense with 11 tackles followed by Moncada, Erick Vaquera and Damian Delgadillo with five, Robert Gaston, Angelo Diaz and Moncada with four tackles each and  Jadon Taylor with three stops.
San Joaquin 12,
 Cowboys 7  
Shane Foreman scored the lone touchdown for the Cowboys.
Jacob Paris gained 54 yards on 16 carries for Manteca and Jonathan Constance had 11 carries for 42 yards. Julian Ramirez also contributed on offense.
Cayden Soliz led the Cowboys with 10 tackles followed by Devin Downey with nine, Jacob Paris with seven, Jonathan Constance with six, Alexander Leon, Elias Lopez and Izik Archuleta with four tackles each and Keyler Coyode, Julian Ramirez and Anthony Glover with three apiece. Bryan Lewis, Michael Rivera and Julian Constance also contributed on defense.

Cen-Cal rookies
Ceres 28, Jaguars 14
Isaac Covarrubias scored both touchdowns for the Jaguars.
Covarrubias (75 yards rushing) scored on a 30-yard run in the first quarter and a 7-yard quarterback sneak in the fourth period.
Aeryk Snyder and Marshal Singleton contributed to the Manteca offense. Covarrubias, Snyder and Lyrik Ogilvie made three stops each.

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