he Manteca Jr. Timberwolves varsity rolled to a 54-0 win over the Galt Jr. Warriors on Saturday in Central Valley Youth Football and Cheer action.
Jordan Serbousek (three carries, 17 yards; 2 for 3 passing 41 yards) was in on three touchdowns with 1- and 13-yard touchdown runs and a 34-yard scoring pass to Harley Hensley (two catches, 41 yards). Tommy Perea (seven carries, 105 yards) scored on a 23-yard run.
Manteca added touchdowns on a 30-yard run by Izaias White, a 5-yard run by Fernando Alaniz and an 8-yard run by Vincent Torres. Alaniz posted six conversion kicks.
Alaniz paced the defense with 12 tackles and an interception. Serbousek and Sal Ellis added seven tackles apiece, Anthony Garcia (interception) had six, White (forced fumble) , Garrett Hint and Leland Crabb had five apiece and Brandon McCullough (fumble recovery) three.
Jr. Timberwolves 49, Jr. Warriors 0
The Manteca offensive line of Isiah Alcocer, Jacob Wise, Robert Gaston, Oliver Nava, Ty Aquino and Dominik Wilson rolled all over the Galt defense as the Jr. Timberwolves racking up 297 yards of offense.
Juju Moncada led the balanced Manteca offense totaling 78 yards on just two carries with both of them for touchdowns of 23 and 55 yards. Nickolas Garcia (four carries, 68 yards) had touchdown runs of 23 and 29 yards; Gage Pfeifer added 35 yards on four carries with a 28-yard touchdown run and Acie Matthews and Micah Cardoza both scored on their only carry with Matthews scoring from 34 yards out and Cardoza from 36.
Noah Navarro made six tackles for the Jr. Timberwolves, Niko Ellks five, Owen Gully and Samuel Perez four apiece, Pfeifer, Damian Delgadillo and Ryan McVay three apiece and Ivan Huerta (fumble recovery) and Robert Gaston: two each.
Manteca Cowboys 6, Tracy Buccaneers 0
Manteca’s Blake Mount forced and recovered a fumble for the Cowboys in the third quarter, setting up a 9-yard touchdown run by Quinn Martinez for the game’s lone score.
The Cowboys allowed just two first downs and Mount was all over he field with 15 tackles, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery. Isaac Alvaraz added 14 tackles, Galvin Goodwin eight, Jeremy Ap’e seven and Landon Butler six.
Cowboys 7, Buccaneers 6
The Manteca defense rose to the occasion as the Cowboys coughed the ball up three times.
Nicco Juarez (16 carries, 84 yards) capped a long, punishing drive for Manteca with a 4-yard touchdown run early in the second quarter. Juarez pulled in the conversion pass from Daryl Carpenter and that proved to be the difference in the game.
Julian Ramirez added 30 yards on eight carried.
Juarez made six tackles, Julian Ramirez, Cayden Soliz and Devin Downey had four stops apiece and Julian Constance, Jonathan Constance, Jayden Davidson, Anthony Lynch and Kyler Cayode all had three tackles each.
Jr. Timberwolves 34,
Jr. Warriors 0 (forfeit)
Galt forfeited with six minutes left in the first half.
Albert Menchaca totaled 100 yards on just two carries for Manteca with both touches resulting in touchdowns – one from 40 yards out and the other from 60. Brody Carabello (2 for 3 passing, 80 yards) had a 20-yard touchdown on his only run of the game and hit Madden Melendez with a 35-yard touchdown pass. Maddoz Morales added a touchdown when he returned a fumble 40 yards for a score. Raymond Zimmerman added 35 yards on one reception.
Gilbert Luis Made four tackles for the Jr. Timberwolves, Andrew Salmeron three and Maddox Morales two. Tino Torres recovered a fumble.
Cowboys 15, Buccaneers 6
Terrence Montgomery scored two touchdowns for Manteca.
Montgomery ran for 98 yards on five carries. Brian Lewis (33 yards) and Ayden Brown had three carries apiece.
Jr. Timberwolves 25, Jr. Warriors 12
Jacob Hightower returned a kickoff 70 yards for a Manteca touchdown.
Blake Scalise scored on an 80-yard touchdown run for the Jr. Timberwolves with Santino Sanchez and Noah Bocanegra each adding a touchdown.