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’Cats can’t catch Frisby; Jr. Buffs roll

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POSTED October 15, 2013 1:39 a.m.

The Manteca Junior Buffaloes bounced back from their only loss of the season with a simple formula on Saturday in a 46-8 victory over the Los Banos Wildcats.

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The varsity running back had 193 yards and two touchdowns on just 10 carries, highlighting the Junior Buffaloes’ seventh win in eight games.

Ferrin Manuleleua (8 carries, 35 yards), Seth Owings (5 carries, 70 yards), Zachary Chamberlain and quarterback Gino Campiotti also scored touchdowns for the Junior Buffaloes, who looked dominate following a loss to the Oakdale Stampede a week earlier.

Frisby was a difference-maker.

He scored on scampers of 9 and 57 yards and had a 67-yard run in the first quarter. His numbers don’t include a 95-yard touchdown run that was negated by a penalty. He also had three tackles and a sack.

Kyle Reis led Manteca’s defense with six tackles. Jacob Peterson had four tackles and a sack. Presley Keltner and Justin Kakala finished with five tackles for the Junior Buffaloes (7-1), who venture into Merced on Saturday to face the Bears.



Junior Varsity


Jacob DeJesus and the Junior Buffaloes went down swinging on Saturday in a 23-13 loss to Los Banos.

DeJesus rushed for 77 yards on just eight carries and scored both Manteca touchdowns, including a 65-yard kickoff return in the second quarter. He’d later complete the scoring for the Junior Buffaloes with a 9-yard connection from quarterback Tyler Garlets in the fourth quarter.

Warren McGovern paced the defense with 14 tackles. Jimmy Mootz and DeJesus had eight tackles apiece, while Evan Gonzalez had six.



Pee Wee


Deshon Thomas did a little bit of everything for the Junior Buffaloes in a 13-0 loss.

The two-way talent carried the ball 17 times for 64 yards and had three tackles and an interception. Thomas also had a 10-yard reception from Tyler Diaz in the fourth quarter.

Isaac Searcy led the defense with five tackles. He also had a 9-yard reception in the first quarter and a 16-yard punt return in the second half.

Jacob Sandoval had three tackles and a sack, while Diaz and Calvin Ramsey registered four tackles apiece.



Rookies


Daniel Rushing found the end zone and Wesley Currigan led the Junior Buffaloes’ defense with five tackles.

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