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Saturday, December 12
SOUTH CENTRAL SWEEPS PUBLIC SCHOOL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSIP SERIES
South vs Murphy championship
Friday night lights: The PSL CS was a good ONE!!!

COUGARS WIN 3RD CITY CHAMPIONSHIP

 

SOUTH CENTRAL 15, MURPHY 8

 

Behind a dominant line that includes All-PSL candidates Daniel Saiz, Matthew Caldwell and Anthony Mendoza, Quarterback Destination Salazar, William Muldrow and Micheal Ramirez rolled up yardage on the ground as the Cougar finish the PSL unbeaten.

In true Cougar form, the game was close and the running game was as usual key.

South, made up mostly of players from the Roosevelt district and other westside schools, struck first as Salazar went yard on 75 yard run in the opening drive.  After the Salazar run, it was pretty much a stalemate as both teams boxed it out.  Murphy went ahead on a TD run after an 80 yard drive and held on until the Cougars took possesion with 6 munutes left.

 

Then Muldrow, Salazar and Ramirez went to work, systematically picking up key first downs and capping off with a Ramirez touchdown.

Murphy advanced by beating the Phoenix Elementary district based Grizzlies in a close one.


Sunday, November 29
TURKEY BOWL RESULTS
GRIZZLY JUNIORS SOUTH
The Phoenix elementary based Grizzlies tangle with the South Central Cougars

South Central and Murphy win the the junior high jambouree to advance to the Public School championships next week. South Central is made up mostly schools from the Roosevelt district and surrounding schools, Murphy is made up of Murphy schools and the Phoenix Grizzlies, students from the Phoenix elementary district. Greenfield's Destination Salazar did made big plays for south, Arthur Hamiltons Alajandro Navarro caught a 60 TD pass for Murphy. Tyler Brown of Whittier made big plays for the Grizzlies who came up short in overtime vs Murphy.

ELEMENTARY

Soldiers shut down the unbeaten Grizzlies 30-0 to finish season on positive note Click here for details

Casa Grande wins another Turkey Bowl as Scorpions hold off Soldiers, Click here for details...



Monday, November 23
WEEKEND ROUNDUP



Casa Grande vs Murphy
Casa Grande (in neon green) out lasts Murphy

GRIZZLIES REMAIN UNBEATED, CASA GRANDE OUTLASTS MURPHY

 CASA GRANDE 12, MURPHY 6

This one was a close one.  Came down to execution.  Murphy has played opponents close most of the season, but after a tie vs South last week, they come up short vs the Scorpions.  With the win, Casa Grande gets an invite to the Turkey Shoot next week vs the City West Soldiers.

 PHOENIX GRIZZLIES 20, SOUTH CENTRAL 0

As usual, the Grizzzlies wear down their opponent then strike with big plays.  South Central committed too many turnovers to expect victory but they kept it close until things unraveled in the second half.  Ironically the game ended with a turnover, a Grizzly fumble return for a touchdown as time ran out.



Sunday, November 15
JUNIOR HIGH: SOUTH CENTRAL 24, PHOENIX GRIZZLIES 6
Destination Salazar 314
Destination Salazar: Big play man for South

SALAZAR, RAMIREZ OFFENSIVE LINE COME UP BIG 

C.O. Greenfield's Destination Salazar scored on a run and on a physical interception return as South regrouped in the second half and wore down an eagar Phoenix Elementary School District based.

 South's offensive line and running game proved to much for East.

 Atkinson student Mark Ramirez had his second straight 100 yard day and like Salazar, shined on defense.



Sunday, November 15
ELEMENTARY LEAGUE: MURPHY & SOUTH CENTRAL TIE
DJ Nick and Angelo
#3 Nic Shore and #51 Angelo Gastelo scored for South

South rolls up big yards on the ground, mostly behind the running of former offensive lineman-turned fullback Angelo Gastelo.  Garstello had multiple long runs to include a game breaking 35 yard run for a touchdown.  He also shined on defense as a rush tackle.

Nic Shore scored late in the second half to put South Central up but a gritty Murphy team took advantage of Cougar miscues to make a game of it. 

Scoring late on a long run, the Phoenix made sure the road to the playoff will run though Murphy.  These teams will meet again for a PSL championship berth.  With wins over both teams, the Phoenix Grizzlies have clichched the PSL regular season championship.



Sunday, November 8
JUNIOR HIGH: SOUTH CENTRAL HOLDS OFF PHONEIX GRIZZLIES



South vs Central

SOUTH CENTRAL 12, PHOENIX GRIZZLIES 6

Whittier's Tyler Brown scored on an 85 yard pass play to put the Grizzlies within reach but it was too much to late.  South Central running backs Mike Ramirez  and Destination Salazar both had multiple 50 yard runs and over 100 total each as South Centrals ball-control offense and effective offensive line play, led by Matt Caldwell was the difference between the two teams.

But it was a small difference as East's linemen, most not as big, did a great job against their bigger opponents, paving the way for their running game, which as nearly as effective.

Both teams, made up of students mostly from the central Phoenix corridors, played very well defensively but the Grizzlies gained an advantage when two later arrivals exposed the edge they had in the passing game.  doubling at linebacker, Brown also had jarring hits on defense.



Sunday, November 8
GRIZZLIES SHINE ON VS SOUTH CENTRAL
Grizzlies vs Cougars I

DIVISION II

Grizzlies beat South Central 19-6

Last week the Grizzlies jumped a younger Murphy team 44-0, but the going was a little rougher against a seemingly evenly matched South Central team.  Both teams had a mixture of veterans and newbies but it came down two the two dominant backs...and of course defense.

 

The Grizzlies led 12-0 and appeared to be pulling away but an 85 yard run by Steven Navarro put the Cougars back in business and the score was narrowed to 12-6 in a matter of seconds.  Fellow back Jaimie Garcia, fresh off a 200 yard game last week rolled up another 100 game as did former team-mate Navarro.  The two also traded helmet paint as the two were also middle linebackers focused on one another.

The difference was the Grizzlies defense which forced 6 turnovers and never gave Cougar quarterback Nic Shore much time to ge tthe ball away for the entire game.  Two key fumbles for forced during Cougar drives.



Friday, October 30
GRIZZLIES DOWN SULLIVAN



Sullivan vs Grizzlies I
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Phoenix Grizzlies 44,  Sullivan (Murphy) 0

The Phoenix Elementary district based Grizzlies, playing out of Garfield school, took a 26-0 lead at the half enroute to a win over the Murphy district based Sullivan Chargers.  Jaime Marcias rolled up over 200 yards on 11 carries for 3 touchdowns.  Isaac Ramirez had 55 yards on 8 carries and a score.  Alex Valdenegromade stood out for Sullivan on the ground and with an interception.



Thursday, October 29
Chargers 18, Central Phoenix 6



Sullivan vs Central Phoenix I
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Sullivan's Alex Valdenegro ran for 102 yards, Garbriel Valdenegro returned a pic 6 45 yards for a score and Daniel Chavez threw for 55 yards as the Sullivan Chargers pick up their first win of the season.

This was a close one until a late touchdown by the chargers put the game out of reach.  In the first game of the PSL season, it was back and forth at Sullivans passing game kept the Cougars off balance until a Cougar touchdown late in the second quarter made the score 12-6 at the half.  Running behind a stout offensive line, the Cougar run game showed signs of getting back into the game until late in the 3rd quarter. 

 



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Monday, December 1
2014
Malik vs Lions II
Malik Taylor: 2014 Player Of the year

Saturday, December 6
2014 COUGAR BLUE CHIP LIST



2012 Malik Taylor
Malik Taylor: Player Of The Year

OUR 12 BEST PLAYERS

1. Malik Taylor: Led the league in interceptions, touchdowns and rushing

2. Jacob Sharp:  Easily the best two-way lineman in the league.  Also played linebacker.

3. Edwin Montez:  As physical as they come.  One of the leagues leading rushers and tacklers.

4. Donte Gordon: Played quarterback and excelled on defense.  Punishing tackler.

5. Tommy Wells:  Averaged over 30 yards per score.

5. Jose Hernandez: Usually the best athlete on the field.

6. William Hood:  Great open field runner.  Physical.  Cover corner.

7. Joeseph  Thorton:  Dominant lineman on both sides of the ball.

8. Kylan Hernandez:  High motor.  Dominated on defense from linebacker position.

9. Ted Vall:  Best small school lineman.  Led small schools in sacks with Ky Hernandez.

10. Roman Lara:  Most feared small school hitter in league.  Great block on a great line.

11. Angel Orosco:  Led small schools in rushing, scoring and interceptions.

12. Brian Lopez: Half of the backfield that led the league in rushing.  Great lead blocker.

12B:  Alajandro Navarro:   The Captian.  Quarterback & linebacker of a dominant ground game.



Saturday, December 6
2012 AAU ALL-COUGAR TEAM



2014 Jacob Sharp
Jacob Sharp: Defensive Player Of The Year

Donte Gordon, Quarterback/linebacker (Palo Verde)

Edwin Montez, running back/linebacker (Royal Palm middle school)

Jacob Sharp, Offensive/Defensive line (Phoenix Christian)

Joeseph Thorton, offensive/Defensive line (Phoenix Christian)

Malik Taylor, running back/Defensive Back (Palo Verde)

Matt Caldwell, Lineman (Phoenix Christian)

Tommy Wells, Reciever/Defensive Back (Country Meadows)

Winden Trimble, Lineman/Linebacker (Phoenix Christian)

William Hood, Running Back/Defensive back ( )

Jose hernandez, Wide reciever/Defensive back (Dunbar school)

Eziekiel Vandernault, Reciever/Defensive Back (Phoenix Christian)

 

 

 

 

 



2014 Ted Val
Ted Vall: Small school Lineman Of The Year
Saturday, December 6
OUR 2014 GREEN TEAM



2014 Angel Orosco
Angel Orosco: Small School Player Of The Year

OUR BEST ELEMENTARY (5TH AND 6TH GRADE) PLAYERS

Roman Lara (6th grade) Arthur Hamilton School

Steven Navarro (5th grade) Arthur Hamilton School

Alejandro Navarro (6th grade) Arthur Hamilton School

Brian Lopez (6th grade) Arthur Hamilton School

Matt Guerro (6th grade) Garcia School

Angel Orosco (6th grade) Athur Hamilton School

Joseph Montgomery (6th grade) Phoenix Christian

Kylan Hernandez (5th grade) Phoenix Christian

Ted Vall (6th Grade) Royal Palm School

 Luis Romero (5th grade) Arthur Hamilton School



2014 Ky Headshot
Kylan Hernandez: Small school Defensive Player Of The Year

Saturday, November 22
COUGARS FINISH SEASON WITH ANNUAL COUGAR BOWL



Steven Navarro
Most Improved Player: Steven Navarro is dominant on both sides of the ball

 JUNIOR HIGH

SOUTH PHOENIX 34, CENTRAL PHOENIX 14

The Cougars, who had already clinched the conference title, fail to finish the conference season unbeated as they fall to highly motivated & improved South Phoenix Hawks team.  The Hawks had 4 plays of 80 plus yards, including 2 kick returns as they shocked the favored Cougars.  The Hawk defense stopped the Cougar passing game and slowed the running attack.

 

 

5TH & 6TH GRADE

COUGARS 32, CITY WEST SOLDIERS 7 (Click here for storyline)

The Cougars returned two kickoffs for touchdowns and had a 70 yard run but otherwise threw only 1 pass and deployed a smothering defense in their biggest win of the season.   Running back Angel Orosco did most of the dirty work teaming up with Brian Lopez and Alajandro Navarro on a ground game that chewed up the clock, giving the Soldiers minimal opportunities to run their offense.

 

3rd & 4th GRADERS

CASA GRANDE 28, COUGAR PEE WEES 0

Casa Grande comes to town and showed up the Cougar Pee Wee team in their only game of the season.  The Pee Wees had only had a scrimmage and a game vs South this year, their first playing tackle. 

 



Sunday, November 16
Cougars Bounce Back, Beat Sullivan, Win AAU Central
2014 Zeke Vandernault
Breakout: Zeke Vandernault had his best night as a Cougar

Central Phoenix clinches the AAU Central Conference title with it's 28-6 win over rival Sullivan Friday night. The Cougars avenge last seasons loss to Sullivan and win the conference for the 3rd time in 6 years, Malik Taylor scored twice for Central Phoeinx and Tyle Higby also scored on a TD run. The pair teamed up with quarterbacks Zeke Vandernault and Donte Gordon as the Cougar ground game dominated the game.

Defensively, led by Jacob Sharp, the defense shut down Sullivans talented offense and the Cougar line was too big for the Chargers efforts.  The Cougars capitalized on turnovers and miscues byt the Chargers.

 Gordon did better at quarterback in the second hald and teamed up with Taylor and Vandernault on key pass plays in the second half as the Cougars pulled away. The Cougars take on South in the seasons final regular season game and could finish the year unbeaten in conference play for the 2nd time in 3 years. Sullivan will be looking to improve to 2-1 as they take on



Thursday, November 13
GUT CHECK: COUGARS TO FACE NEMISIS SULLIVAN
2014 Malik runs hard
The Cougars running game will be key this week

For the past 5 years it's been Central Phoenix vs Murphy (Sullivan) in the AAU central division finals.  Murphy embarrassed the Cougars last season in a lop-sided victory after sweeping the Cougars and Alhambra in the regular season.

 

The Cougars are coming off their first loss since loosing to Murphy last year, a 28-6 loss to a physical Glendale Cardinals team two weeks ago.  It's the first loss ever by the Cougars to the Cardinals.  The Cougars beat Murphy in two years ago to claim the AAC central.

This years Murphy team is a lot like past teams.  They've won 3 central Titles as have Central Phoenix.  Based out of Sullivan school and coached by the legendary Robert Hart, a PE teacher at Sullivan for decades, the team is populated mostly by Sullivan students and sprinkled with students from other schools in the district.   Murphy won a contreversial game last week over the South Phoenix Hawks and Murphy looked as physical as ever.

The Cougars chances start on the line, where they were manhandled by the Cardinals, with Jacob Sharp being the lone bright spot in the trenches.  Backs Malik Taylor and Edwin Montes were held in check in the first half, but excelled in the second.  Both held their own defensively.  Noticably absent were quarterback Donte Gordon and recievers Tommy Wells & Jose Hernandez.  The passing game just didnt happen.  The Cougars moved the ball only once Wells moved to quarterback, adding strength to the running game.

The series is tied at 3 each, so the winner will will the central and get bragging rights...until next time.

 



2014 Alejandro Navarro
The Captain: Alejandro Navarro
Saturday, November 8
COUGARS SHUT OUT SOUTH PHOENIX



2014 Angel Orosco
Angel Orosco: Mr Outside

COUGARS GROUND GAME ROLLS

For the first time this season, most of the Junior Cougars were all present for a football game and it's a different team! 

 

The running game played keep-away for the first half,  with a punishing defense led by Ted "Bear" Vall and Kylan "Ky" Hernandez.  Alejandro "Headquarters" Navarro (2), Angel "Chub" Orosco and Brian "Frankenstein" Lopez all scored for the Cougars. The Cougar running game piled up over 200 yards on the ground and kept the ball for more than half regulation time.

Hernandez, Vall and Steven Navarro all had big games on defense. Hernandez forced 4 fumbles and had 3 sacks, Vall two sacks and a forced fumble. Vall and Hernandez sacked and forced fumbles on South first two posessions. Vall and Hernandez totally shut down the South offense, as South didn't cross midfield until the second half.  The Cougars forced another fumble and South never threatened again.



2014 Brian Orosco
Brian Lopez: Mr Inside

Friday, October 31
COUGARS LOSE ONE TO CARDS (click here for full story)



2014 Jacob Sharp
Sharp: Jacob Sharp comes to play, regardless of score, regardless of opponent

*Cardinals beat Cougars first time ever

*Good:  Jacob Sharp played "up" on defense, despite marginal team effort, his light shined

*Good: Edwin Montes , Tommy Wells and Malike Jackson carried the load on defense.  Ezekiel Parra stepped up on the line.

*Bad: Loss ends hope of a unbeated season

*Light at the end of the tunnel:  Cougars can earn possible rematch/bowl game if the win outright

*Obstacle: Sullivan (Team Murphy) stands in the way.  They ended last seasons streak and bid for a consecutive conference title.



Saturday, October 25
COUGARS 26, KINGS 6



Malik Taylor
Grinding: Malike Taylor, Putting up big numbers

*Stood firm defensively behind efforts led by Jacob Sharp and Malik Taylor

 

*Taylor scored on a TD run and a pic-6

 

*Edwin Montes & Tommy Wells scored on long passes from quarterback Donte Gordon.

 

*Fierce rush by Joseph Thornton, Benjamin Orosco, and Sharp

 

*Notable: The offensive line rotation of Sharp, Thornton, Matthew Caldwell, Winden Trimble and Ezekiel Parra.



Sunday, October 19
Cougars Show Saavy, Turn Tide Vs Longhorns



Winden Trimble
Trouble: Winden Trimble Sparks a comeback

COUGARS 21, LONGHORNS 19

*  Down 19-6, Cougars mount comeback

 

*  Donte Throws TD pass, runs for game winning TD

 

* Jose Hernandez intercepts two passes, shines on special teams

 

* Tommy Wells TD catch sparks comeback

 

* Winden Trimble makes key interception

 

* Jacob Sharp and Joseph Thornton stuff run game in critical 4th quarter, force interception



Saturday, October 11
North Mountain Falls to Central Phoenix 26-0



2014 Sharp and Ezikiel
Jacob Sharp (left) is an emerging force, Ezekiel Parra is steadily improving

BROTHER VS BROTHER

Central Phoenix Rolls

*Malik Taylor rolls up big yards on the ground

 

* Offensive line of Sharp, Thornton & Trimble dominates

 

* Jose "Chapo" Hernandez scores on long TD & pass plays, shines on defense

 

* Donte Gordon has a big day at quarterback/corner/linebacker



Sunday, October 5
COUGARS CRUISE BY BRADLEY



2014 Tommy vs Bradley
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COUGARS 22, BRADLEY 0

*Tommy Wells scored on a 80 yard run to open the game

 

* Malik Taylor ran for well over 100 yards, shined on defense

 

* Jacob Sharpe led defensive charge with multiple tackles

 

* Edwin Montes scored his 3rd career "Pic 6"

 

*  Joseph Thornton dominated on the offensive & defensive lines



Monday, December 30
2013
Sunday, December 23
2012-13 BLUE CHIP LIST
2013 CMFB Daniel Morales
Daniel Morales, North Mountain: Offensive Player Of The Year



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Our 2012 Player Of The Year: Kaelon Harrington

2012 NOMINEES (Rankings Post Next Week)

Top 20 Players

1.  Kaleon Harrington  (Murphy/Christian)  2.  Vincent Underwood (Mountain View/North Mountain)  3. Daniel Morales (North Mountain/Mountain View).  4. Dorean Gardner (Christian Football)  5.  Jace Fuamatuhad (Alhambra) 6. Previn Loyd, Jr (Christian Footballl) 7. Armando Munyos (Murphy/Christian) 8. Danny Rodriguez (Christian Football)  9.  Isaiah Morales (Alhambra)  10.  Jorge Lozano (Murphy 11. Tona Vega (North Mountain),  12. Max Peoples (Christian Football)  13.  Matthew Mcdermott (Murphy Christian)  14. Willie Argamota (North Mountain),  15.  DeAndre King (Murphy)  16.  Riley Miller (Christian Football)  17.  Ryan Munos (Christian Football)  18.  Rafael Cedillos (Murphy/Christian) 19. Eric Lawler (Christian Football) 20. (Tie) Maribel Martinez (Alhambra), Rudy Gonzales (North Mountain)



Thursday, December 27
ARIZONA'S MOST WANTED



2012 MV line rests
A Dominant Force:Daniel Morales (Left) Of Phoenix Mountain View/North Mountain.

DREAM TEAM 2012: OUR ELITE 8

ISAIAH MORALES, QUARTERBACK/DEFENSIVE BACK (ALHAMBRA LITTLE CANYON PARK) 

Our Captain.  A coach on the field.  Statistically the best quarterback.  Did well under pressure.  Agile & mobile.  extermemely accurate, knows the game.  4 intercetions as a safety.  One of the leagues leading taklers.

KAELON HARRINGTON, RUNNING BACK/LINEBACKER (MURPHY/CHRISTIAN)

Continues our tradition of producing Blue Chip runningbacks.  From Chasda Martin (Moon Valley/Northwestern U) & Bobby Wade (Desert Vista HS/U of A, NFL) to Trae Armstrong (Deer Valley HS/ASU & Dominique King (last year's top player - Central HS) Kaelon may be the most physical.  Rushed for over 1,000 yards, caught the ball well, ran over and around opponents and was a punishing linebacker.  Player Of The Year.

VINCENT UNDERWOOD, RUNNING BACK/DEFENSIVE BACK (MOUNTAIN VIEW/NORTH MOUNTIAN)

Defensive Player Of The year.  All over the field!  One of our most explosive players ever & like Harrington, continues our tradition of training the finest backs in the nation.  Had more breakaway runs than any back in the league and led the league in interceptions.

DANIEL MORALES, LINEMAN (MOUNTAIN VIEW/LITTLE CANYON PARK) 

Offensive Player Of The Year (First ever lineman!).  Definitely the biggest.  May be the best lineman we've ever had.  And that says a lot.  Physically dominant.  And fast, had a 50 yard run vs Alhambra that setup a go ahead touchdown.  And he looked good doing it. 

DOREAN GARDNER, LINEMAN (CHRISTIAN FOOTBALL)

The league's dominant defensive player in 2012.  Led the league in sacks even though he missed two games.  Did well on both sides of the ball.  A gifted wrestler, he may be the most high school ready player in the bunch.

PREVIN LOYD, JR, LINEMAN (CHRISTIAN FOOTBALL)

The total package.  A prototype tight end.  Versitle and played where he was needed.  Size, speed and can catch.  Unblockable. Had he been moved moved to the line BEFORE the second half of the season he'd been a player of the year candidate.

DAHNAH FUAMATUHAD, LINEMAN (ALHAMBRA LITTLE CANYON PARK)

Best female player since Murphy's Christian Haney, a championship wide receiver.    Not only a beast on the offensive and defensive line, she ususally dominated her opponent and was a force at running back in the red zone.  Behind only Loyd & Gardner in sacks. 

(TIE) MATTHEW MCDERMOTT,  LB/DB (CHRISTIAN FOOTBALL), DANNY RODRIGUEZ, LINEBACKER, RB/QUARTERBACK (CHRISTIAN FOOTBALL)

Rodriguez was steady all season at linebacker and was the Lightning in Chrhstian's "Thunder & Lightning" backfield.  teams leading reciever and second in touchdowns.  A fearless defender and player quarterback in the Wildcat.  McDermott did well but excelled during rhe winter championship series.  Played wide reciever, quarterback, safety and was fierce at linebacker.

HONERABLE MENTION

DeAndre King (Murphy Christian), Ryan Munos (Christian Football), Willie Argamota (North Mountain), Tony Vega (North Mountian)

All are athletes.  As quarterback, wide reciever, linebacker & safety, King is probably the leagues best athlete.  Munos was everywhere on defense at linebacker.  Argamota had outstanding range at defensive end and Vega, well teams stayed away from him when he was in the secondary. May be the leagues fastest player.



Thursday, December 27
ALL-CENTRAL CITY FOOTBALL TEAM



2012 Rodriguez run vs Glendale
O/D threats: Christian's Previn Loyd, Jr (Left/White) & Danny Rodriquez

OFFENSE 

QUARTERBACK:  Isaiah Morales (Alhambra), Riley Miller (Christian Football)

RUNNING BACKS Kaelon Harirington (Murphy/Christian Football), Vincent Underwood (North Mountain)

LINEMEN Daniel Morales (North Mountain), Armando Muyoz (Murphy/Christian), Jace Fuamatuhad (Alhambra), Andrew Romero (Murphy/Christian)

END Eddie Morales (Alhambra),

DEFENSE

LINEMEN Dorean Gardner (Christian Football)  Previn Loyd, Jr (Christian Football), Jorge Lozano (Murphy), Tona Vega (North Mountain) Dahnah Fuamatuhad (Alhambra)

LINEBACKERS Danny Rodriguez (Christian Football),  Max Peoples (Christian Football), Ryan Munos (Christian Football), Matthew McDermott (Murphy/Christian)

DEFENSIVE BACKS Nate Underwood (North Mountain), DeAndre King (Murphy), Hernan Orosco (Murphy), Rafael Cedillos (Murphy Christain) 

UNDERCLASSMEN ON THE RISE

1.  Jacob Sharpe, Christian   2.  Michael Contrerras, North Mountain   3. Cory Leary, Christian   4.  William Hood (Murphy)     5.  Benjamin Orosco, Murphy    6.  Daniel Frampton, Christian    7.  Kyle Janes, Christian   8.  Jose Hernandez (Murphy)    9.  Giavanni Altifimo (Murphy)    10.  Orlando Gillette, Christian    11. Daniel Pellish, Christian    12.  Ronnie Leyva (Murphy)    13.  Levi Bourland (Christian)  14.  Joseph Thornton  (Christian)  15.  Amadeus Coleman (Christian)    16.  Luke Johnson (Christian)



Saturday, November 16
ALHAMBRA WINS PSL TITLE



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Alhambra's William Carpenter threw two touchdown passes

Alhambra 29, Murphy 12 

Quarterback William Carpenter ran Coach Bridgewater's offense to perfection as Alhambra's revamped program defeats first place & regular season champ Murphy 29-12.  Carpenter completed his first 7 passes, two for touchdowns.

Alhambra's offense rolled up big yardage and the defense slowed a Murphy team that obviously missed injured leader Jose Montes.  Wide reciever/defensive back Devonte McKinney had another big night.

 

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Sunday, November 17
NORTH MOUNTAIN, ARROYO IN FINALE, BOTH TEAMS SHOW IMPROVEMENT



2013 Arroyo vs North Mountain
Sportsmanship: Click on the photo for highlights.....

NORTH MOUNTAIN 34, ARROYO 12

North Mountain finishes the season on a good note and everyone gets into the act. 

4 Cougars scored on running plays. 

Shane Shirley Shane Shirley had a big day defensively

Culunga had another standout defensive effort for Arroyo.

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Saturday, November 9
FOOTBALL ROUNDUP



2013 Carlos Rodriguez

ALHAMBRA AND MURPHY TO PLAY FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL CHAMPIONSHIP 

BIG PLAYS SPARK MURPHY WIN

Murphy's Carlos Rodriguez totalled nearly 200 yards on offense, dominated on defense as the Chargers takes down North Mountain Click Here for details

ALHAMBRA DEFEATS ARROYO

Alhambra qualified for its 2nd Public school championship game in 4 years in a lop-sided win over Arroyo Click Here for details

 

   
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Tuesday, October 29
Murphy Upends Cougar Junior Football
2013 MU Offense vs CJF
Too Much: Murphy's Defense was overwhelming vs CJB. Offense was unstoppable.
The Tandem of Nic Sotello and Jose Montes proved to be too much for the previously unbeaten Cougar Junior Football (CJF)team.

Sotello had his 3rd straight game with at least one 80 yard scoring strike and Jose Motes ran for a score and threw for two in a one-sided win over #1 CJF.

CJF struggled to find an offensive rhythm but Big Josiah Thomas and quarterback Kyle Janes showed signs of life, Thomas in the opening drive, Janes in the final drive, but that wasn't enough. But Thomas was his dominant self defensively dominating his side of the ball.

As a group, the Murphy defense lowered the boom and totally contained the Cougar ground game and allowed on short gains in the air.

It was the Cougars first loss since last September.




Sunday, October 20
FOOTBALL ROUNDUP



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Cougar Junior Football's Josiah Thomas has been the leagues dominant player

MURPHY HOSTS COUGAR JUNIOR FOOTBALL

First place Cougar Junior Football travels to Sullivan school, the hosts, in a winner take all battle 8am Saturday.  After the usual early start, defending champion Cougar Junior Football (CJF), based out of the Phoenix Christian Unified district, has had some time off, Murphy is fresh off impressive wins over Alhambra and North Mountain.    CJF has also had wins over the same two teams plus wins over the Phoenix Tigers and Avondale Knights.  Both teams are deep on talent and last met when many of the players were 5th graders.

Fooling the Junior high game, the CJF "Minions" take on Murphy, also at Sullivan.  A win would secure a 3 winning season for the Minions.

ALHAMBRA & NORTH MOUNTAIN TANGLE FRIDAY

Both teams are looking for their first win as both have lost to North Mountain and Cougar Junior Football.  The winner can set itself up for a chance to host a bowl game, the looser will pretty much stay on the road for the duration.Both teams have good quarterbacks that can run if needed but both teams drop a lot of passes.  The offensive & lefensive lines are solid for both Alhambra and North Mountain.

 

 



Friday, October 18
MURPHY 18, NORTH MOUNTAIN 6



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#7 Nic Sotello (Murphy) has done it all and on both sides of the ball

Big night for Nic Sotello.  Sotello had 110 rushing including an 80 touchdown late in the second half to put the game away for Murphy and setting up a showdown with # 1 Cougar Junior Football.   Sotello also had a 65 yard pass reception, then THREW a touchdown pass to Jose Montes and topped it all off with a big interception (also returned 80 yards for a score, but called back because of a penalty.  Montes scored earlier in the game on a 50 yard run.

North Mountain quarterback Micheal Contrerras provided most of the offese for his team finiching with 80 yards rushing.  The big 6th grader also shook off several sack attemps to finish with 100 yards passing, in spit eof having several passes dropped.   Eric Mangum provided North's main highlight with a big 80 run for the lone score.  He also filled in adequately at quarterbaack.

Murphy hosts Cougar Junior Football (based out of Phoenix Christian) next Saturday morning.  North will take on Alhambra Friday night at the Field of Dreams.



Friday, October 18
FOOTBALL FRIDAY: MURPHY VS NORTH MOUNTAIN



2013 NM Practice
North Mountain: Getting ready....

Friday, 6pm at the Arthur P Hamilton Field Of Dreams #2 Murphy takes on 0-1 North Mountain. A Murphy win sets a a showdown vs #1 Cougar Junior Football (Phoenix Christian) and a rematch of the same two teams two years ago when several players from both teams were underclassmen. A North win changes everything and set North up for either a bowl game vs CJB or a host bowl of their own and the Arizona Cardinals Academy football field in north central Phoenix.

The matchup is even player for player. The lines both have skills and size. Wide reciever is pretty much even as are other skill positions to include linebacker.  The quarterbacks, Jose Montes (Murphy) and Micheal Contrerras (North Mountain) are two of the best at their positions and have a defensive presence.  The difference make coule be running back Nic Sotello of Murphy who put up big numbers on both sides of the ball vs Alhambra.



Wednesday, October 9
FOOTBALL ROUNDUP



2013 FB Mike Contrerras
Micheal Contrerras: Not afraid to air it out. Receivers just need to catch it

NORTH MOUNTAIN TAKES ON MURPHY (Friday, October 18th)

Fall break ends this week for most school and the action starts immediately as Murphy (1-0) and North Mountain (0-1) lock horns at The Field Of Dreams next. The looser faces an uphill climb for a November playeoff spot.  The winner will compete with Cougar Junior Football (Phoenix Christian) for a shot at the fall title. 

Murphy took down Alhambra in their season opener 25-12 As quarterback Jose Montes picked apart the secondary and running back Nic Sotello broke away for and 80 yard run and an 80 yard reception scores enroute to a 200 yard night.  The Murphy secondary slowed Alhambra QB William Carpenter but he did complete several passes for 25 plus yards.

North Mountain has size as an advantage and a quarterback that's just as saavy but with the same issue.  Too many drops.  That was the main problem in the loss last week to Cougar Junior Football.  The line was able to open holes but recievers had a hard time getting open.  Two mid-field fumbles proved costly as well.  Ball security and route running are a must if they plan to keep up with a faster Alhambra.

Keys: 

Murphy wins if they play withing Coach Hart's disciplined/unselfish system and continue to force turnovers.

North Mountain wins if they can hold on to the ball and get at least one stop per half on downs/turnovers.



Monday, October 7
FOOTBALL ROUNDUP



2013 Coach Hart and Montes
Always a contender, Sullivan is looking good

MURPHY & COUGAR JUNIOR FOOTBALL POST WINS

 Murphy 20, Alhambra 6

Coach Hart and quartercack Jose Montes lead Murphy to a 20-6 win over Alhambra. Nic Sotello ran for over 100 yards and caught passes for 100 more including game-changing big plays in the form of an 80 yard TD run and an 80 yard TD reception.

Quarterback William Carpenter put up big numbers and the Alhambra backfield had 150 yards rushing but tunrovers again proved to be untimely and costly.

Cougar Junior Football 25, North Mountain 12

Congratulations to he Junior Football team on their 25-12 win over North Mountain. Cory Leary scored on an 80 yard touchdown run and again on a 70 yard touchdown pass from Kyle Janes as the Cougars celebrate their 5th win a a row this season, 10th win in a row in the the past two years. Daniel Frampton also chipped in with an 80 yard run on a reverse. Josiah Thomas also scored, on a punishing 20 yard run. Thomas and Armando Munyos contin. ued their dominant line play on both sides of the ball.

North Mountain Micheal Contrerras had a big day with over 100 yards passing and and rushing including a 70 yard. touchdown run.  All-everything lineman Daniel Morales led a mighty group that stuffed the Cougar inside running game for the most part but the secondary could not match the Cougars overall speed.

Elementary score

Cougar Junior Football Minions 20, Glendale Cardinals 0

The elementary football team posted their second shutout of the season with a 20-0 win over the Glendale Cardinals. Luke Johnson put the Minions on the board with an exciting 80 yard run. Luke finished with 110 yards rushing on 9 carries. Ky Hernandez and Jordan Gillette also helped pile up yards from the backfield. Dillon Stahler stood on on both the defensive and offensive lines. The Minions next game, they face Murphy.



Sunday, September 29
FOOTBALL ROUNDUP



2013 CMFB Murphy South practice

FULL CONFERENCE CONFERENCE SCHEDULE THIS WEEK

Fri 10/4/13 6pm Murphy South vs. Murphy North

North vs South.  Coach Bridewater's South team lost a close one last week vs Cougar Junior Football.  Running backs Jason Son (85 yards on 8 carries) and Danny Pom (70 yards rushing) both ran hard and hit hard in the loss, especially in the second half.  Quarterback William Carpenter plauyed well after a rough first half, two way player Jose Hernandez  scored on a 15 yard run to close the gap and defensive lineman Devontae McKinney held his on against one of the leagues better lines. One of Coach Mo's alumni (Semi-pro quarterback), Bridgewater's offense loked great once Carpenter and the backs found their rhythm.  His deflected pass led to an intereception that led to a Son score.  North, led by longtime district head coach Robert Hart returns 3 year starter Jose Montes, probably the leagues most skilled athlete.  Coach Hart always has a talented group of players to choose from on this the west side of I-17.  He's won two league titles and a dozens of district intramural championships in his tenure.

 

Sat 10/5/13 6pm North Mountain vs. Cougar Junior Football

It's Cougar vs Cougar as the Cougars from North Mountain face off against Cougar Junior Football.  CJF is 3-0 and in the Central City Conference drivers seat after a win over Murphy South.  Running back William Hood topped the 100 yard mark in 10 carries and a toughdown after backfield mate Cory Leary (70 yards on 8 carries and a touchdown) wend down with an injury.  Quarterback Kyle Janes set up the winning drive with two short completeions and a run for a first down to mid field.  Hood took over from there rolling up 50 yards and scoring the winning touchdown in a time consuming drive orchestrated by Coach Renee' Small, CJF's assistand head coach of offense.  Not to be outdone, Coach Joe Munos', the assistand head coach of defense, had his crew step up on the other side of the ball so secure the win last week.  North Mountain, led by Coach Frank Contrerras, returns a pair of blue chips in quarterback Michael Contrerras and the leagues top rated returnee lineman Daniel Morales.  Both happen to be Coach Frank's sons.   Noth also has the leagues largest group of returnees and some talented new players.  North has been playing in CJF's shadow the past 3 years and are built to step up this year.



Friday, September 27
Junior Cougars Hold Off Late Charging Blackhawks



2013 CMFB Josiah 3pt
Beast Mode: Josiah Thomas has been unstoppable

COUGAR JUNIOR FOOTBALL 15, ALHAMBRA/COFFELT 13

 The Phoenix Christian based Junior Cougar Cougars, led by a Josiah Thomas sack and safety early in the first half, struck early and held off a Alhambra rally in Thursday Nite football action.  Running back William Hood ran for 50 yards on 5 touches and scored a touchdown in what proved to be the game winning drive putting the Junior Cougars up 15-7 with 5 minutes left.

Alhambra answered but the Cougar ground game wore down the clock for the win. 

 Key to the Junior Cougar win besides early Alhambra turnovers and miscues was the stubborn defense led by Thomas, who leads the league in sacks and turnovers.  The Cougar ground game was stellar as Cory Leary ran wild before leaving with a injury.  After that Hood and quarterback Kyle Janes took over.  Janes started the game winning drive with a series of short runs and passes to tight end Sharpe.  After moving the team to mid-field, Hood wend to work from there.



Monday, September 23
Regular Season Kicks Off This Week
2013 CMFB Daniel Morales
Blue Chip: Daniel Morales, lineman, North Mountain
Teams in the City Central Conference begin regular season play this week as the Phoenix Christian based Junior Cougars take on the Blackhawks of South Central. The Cougars (2-0) had an head start with non-league games vs the Phoenix Tigers and the Avondale Knights. The Junior Cougars lost the bulk of last years championship team but return Armando Munyos, one of the leagues top returning players, on the offensive line. Josiah Thomas, who took a year off, has also returned and thus far has been totally dominating. Cory Leary and William Hood were the top elementary rushers last season and provide a great 1-2 punch in the backfield. Kyle Janes and Daniel Frampton have been in the Junior Cougar program for 3 years and should provide leadership and skills on both sides of the ball. Coach Bridgewater takes over at Murphy South which is based out of the Arthur P. Hamilton Field of Dreams, and he brought his team from Alhambra with him. There will be strength in numbers and the home field being near Coffelt will add depth and a few of the leagues top returning players in Ronnie Leyva, Benjamin Orosco, William Carpenter and Jose Hernandez. Teaming up with the transfers from Alhambra not only provides depth and talent, the mix should make South a contender. North Mountain returns more players from last year than any other team. Led by the leagues top ranked returning player, lineman Daniel Morales. Morales also lined up as a runing back and had a 50 yard run against Alhambra last year....and looked GOOD doing it. North Mountain also has plenty of speed and the leagues top returning quarterback, 6th grader Micheal Contrerras, who as a 5th grader, logged in plenty of time playing with the big boys. North will have plenty of underclassmen and will easily be a power next year but Coach Frank Contrerras, in his 3rd year at the helm, has high expectations for THIS year. Based out of Sullivan school and made up of players from the Murphy school district, Murphy North is the districts attempt at uniting the best players from the four member schools as one football team. North will be led by Coach Robert Hart. Coach Hart has one multiple Murphy intramural titles a spring and fall tackle championship. He also has the leagues top athletes in quarterback Jose Montes. Murphy Northwill also draw from a talented group of players from Kuban and Garcia school. Coach Hart has never finished a tackle a season without being in the championship game. Arroyo is a new kid on the block and will play a limited, Monday Night schedule. Top Returning players 1. Daniel Morales (North Mountian) 2. Jose Montes (Murphy North) 3. Josiah Thomas (Cougar Junior Football) 4. Corey Leary (Cougar Junior Football) 5. William Hood (Cougar Junior Football) 6. Micheal Contrarras (North Mountian) 7. Ronnie Leyva (Murphy South) 8. Jose Herzandez (Murphy South) 9. Benjamin Orosco (Murphy South) 10. Kyle Janes (Cougar Junior Football) 11. Jose Hernandez (Murphy South) 12. Daniel Frampton (Cougar Junior Football) 13. William Carpenter (Murphy South) 14. Jacob Sharpe (Cougar Junior Football) 15. Orlando Gillette (Cougar Junior Football)

Friday, September 20
Junior Cougars Ground Game Rolls in Win Over Avondale



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Rolling: Corey Leary racks up the yards enrounte to another big run

Cougar Junior football 21, Avondale Knights 12

Led by blue chip linemen Armando Munyoz & Josiah Thomas, the Phoenix Christian based Junior Cougars defeated the Avondale Knights 21-12. 

Thomas and Munyos dominated both sides of the line and paved the way for the big play backfield tandem of William Hood and Corey Leary who both scored on long TD runs. Thomas had another big day with 5 sacks, a safety and multiple tackles.

Kyle Janes added a timeley interception to cement the win as the Junior Cougars improve to 2-0 going into league play.  League play begins with a game next Thursday night vs South Central at the Arthur Hamilton Field of Dreams.

Phoenix Tigers 18, Junior Cougar Minions 0

Playing without their backfield for most of the game, the Minions loose for the first time in 2 years.  Quarterback Jeffries moved the ball well but turnovers and an ill Luke Johnson proved too much to overcome.
 



Friday, September 13
FOOTBALL ROUNDUP

 JUNIOR HIGH (CLASS B)

 Cougar Junior Football 18, Phoenix Tigers 7

Corey Leary's 50 yard run with less than 5 minutes remaining broke open what was a close game (Cougars were up 12-7) and the smaller, quick Tigers seemed to be getting used to the 8 man format.The Cougars William Hood had 130 yards rushing behind two long runs including a 50 yard run of his own.  Leary & Hood, 8th graders, were two of the top underclass rushers last season.  Quarterback Kyle James connected with Daniel Frampton, Leary, Hood and Orlando Gillette kept the clock running with a healthy pass/run mix.  Blue chip linemen Armano Munyoz and Josiah led the way on offense.  Josiah totally dominated the defensive line.

ELEMENTARY (CLASS C)

Junior Cougar Minions 14, Westside Weasels 0

Always a tough rivary.  Tyler Johnson rand for 100 yards and played well enough on defense to lead the "Minions" to a win over the Weasels.  Defense was the key as whenever the Weasels threatened to score, the Minions rose up to force turnovers.



FOOTBALL ROUNDUP
Cougar Practice 2012

Designed to teach and reinforce safe practices and "Head's Up" football and to reinforce our spirit led techniques & principals, our leagues and camps are more than just a leap forward in how the game is taught, it's a whole new demision on how it will be taught AND played in the future.  Contact Coach Mo for details. 

Contact Camps and Position Clinics:  Sunday's & Mondays at Phoenix Christian & Arthur Hamilton School Field Of Dreams .  Contact Camp, with shoulder pads and helmets, are conducted weekly through 5 August.  Mandatory.

2013 PARTICIPATING PROGRAMS

South Central Jets: Players from the Coffelt'sm Alkire park and the Jorgensen school communities team-up at the Arthur Hamilton Field of Dreams. 

Butler Bulldogs:  Isaac District football.  Schedule to be announced.

MurphyFootball:  Based out of Sullivan school & coached by legendary Teacher/Coach by Mr. Hart.  Designed for Murphy elementary district students, employee students and students that live in the surrounding area.

Alhambra Football:  Team Alhambra practices on Tuesday's and Thursdays at Little Canyon Park at 5:30.  Managed by Coach Bridgewater, the teams includes students in the Alhambra school district.  Contact Coach Mo for details.

North Mountain Football:  Coach Frank Contrarras' Honey Badgers practice on Wednesday's and Sunday's at Mountain  View park on the south end of 7th ave, north of Dunlap.  Contact Coach Mo for details.

Arroyo Football:  Located at Arroyo school near 45th ave & Cholla, Arroyo's program information will be released after spring break.  Arroyo will have flag football for grades 4& 5, tackle football camp/spring football for 6th & 7th grade.


Handout: FLAG & TACKLE FOOTBALL REGISTRATION

Monday, June 24
CAMP SEASON, REGISTRATION TIME
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Our annual Kingman Overnight Football Camp in Northern Arizona is a hit!

It's camp season and we have several opportunities for your players (s) to improve their game during the sumer off-season.  Players, teams & leagues can attend or host of of our football camps, speed clinics or training combines.  We conduct contact & non-contact football camps, speed camps, training combines and combines, nationwide. 

We have 3 "Monday Night" Football camps slated for the month of July and contact camps slated for June 29th & July 21st in the metro Phoenix area where players from all skill sets can work on their individual skills, speed and agility in a relaxed, yet competetive atmosphere....Join Us!

Contact Coach Mo for dates & locations or click on the link provided below. 

Players can also register during "Attack Camp" 16-18 July at Phoenix Christian.

Contact Coach Mo today!

 Click here for more camp information.



Monday, June 24
Registration Open For 2013 Central City Football
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OPEN REGISTRATION 29 JUNE & 14 & 21 JULY We will have open registration for Central City Football at Phoenix Christian high school staarting Sunday evenings during oour contact football camps 530-7pm 29 June, 14 & 21 July. Players grades 5-8 are welcome to register for any of our teams. Players must bring a copy of their last report card, registration fee and their registration form. There will be no excepotions. We will have teams based out of Phoenix Christian Junior High school, North Mountain Park, Alhambra Community, Murphy United and Arroyo schools. We will also have non-conference games vs the Glendale Knights and the Glendale Cardinals. Click on the photo to see a listing of teams for the 2013 season or visit the teams link on our menu bar..

Monday, June 3
Spring Game II: Sullivan 28, Alhambra 0

Jose Montes threw a toughdown pass to and returned two interceptions 35 yards for touchdowns as Sullivan defeats Alhambra 28-0. Montes finished the game with over 100 yards passing. Arturo Rodriguez and Jonathan Andrade' both had 30 yard receptions. Tommy Works led the ground attack and scored on a 5 yard run.

Recievers Joseph Son and Miko Lolika made big plays with 25 and 20 yard receptions, but tunrovers proved costly for Alhambra. Sullivan stopped the Alhambra run game early and gave quarterback Jace Fuamatuhad little, if any time to throw the ball at all. Dahnah Fuamatuhad was a bright spot for Alhambra on the defensive line, forcing Montes out of the pocket several times with a relentless rush.  She also held her own on the offensive line.  But as a team, Sullivan's offensive line dominated both sides of the ball.



Sunday, May 19
MURPHY SPRING GAME: JR HIGH SHOWCASE
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SULLIVAN 20, CENTRAL PHOENIX 6

Sullivan School's Jose Montez threw touchdown passes to Auturo Rodriguez and Aurturo Soto as Sullivan defeated Central at Art Hamilton school at the Murphy Field Of Dreams.  Representing the Murphy School District and Coached by Robert Hart, Sullivan won it's second Spring Showcase in 3 years.  Montez and Tommy Works combined for 100 yards on the gorund, adding balance tothe Charger's attack.  Sullivan also held the highly touted Central running game to less than 100 yards, forcing 2 fumbles.

Central was led by Blue Chip running back Kaelon Harrington, who ran for 70 yards on 11 rarries.  Harrington also had a 60 yards touchdown catch for Centrals lone score.  Blue Chip lineman Daniel Morales plugged the middle defensively, slowing Sullivan's inside running game and threw key blocks to spring Harrington alone with fellow Blue Chipper Armando Muyoz.

Overall, keys to victory was Sulivans ability to slow down the run, force turnovers and throw the football effectively.



Friday, February 15
FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: 2013 CAMP SCHEDULE

Football Fridays: After school developmental programs at selected locations (Currently at Phoenix Arroyo School)

Speed Sunday: Weekly at Phoenix Christian High School, Hamilton School & North Mountain Park


Monday Nite Football: Weekly Developmental Clinics held at Hamilton school

Winter/Spring Training combines & contact camps: Every month we will evaluate speed, agility, football skills and have refresher camps skills for our athletes. 

Spring Football:  3 Weeks of organized, structured instruction followed by a spring "3 or 4 way "Jamboree".  As to keep in step with cutting down on player injuries/concussion issues, his is not a weekly football season. Football season is in the FALL.


Passing League (Shoulder pads & helmets)
777 Camp (7 on 7 @ 7): Sundays at Phoenix Christian High School & Arthur Hamilton Elementary School in June

Summer Contact Camps: Monday Nite Football & Football Friday in july

Overnite Contact Camps Kingman 2nd weekend in July
Hamilton Elementary School 3rd weekend in July

2013 Fall/Winter Tackle Football season
Sept-Oct: City Central League (jr high & elementary - 7th/8th & 4th, 5th & 6th)

Nov-Dec: All-star & Winter Championship Series: Tackle Football

For more details, go to the menu bar and browse our Coach Mo Football Camps link or click here

Click here for our registration form


Handout: Spring Football

Friday, January 4
FOOTBALL ROUNDUP



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WINTER PASSING LEAGUE

Monday Nite Football
Football Fridays
Registration at 11, camp at noon
Saturday 1/5@ noon at Hamilton School
Sunday 1/6 @ 7am at Phoenix Christian
$25 Fee - contact Coach Mo for details!

Football Camps & Clinics

    These camps will be used to time, evaluate players as some of our athletes will be nominated for upcoming Underarmor, FBU and other comines/All-star opportunities.
    ALL REGISTRATIONS WILL BE BE CONDUCTED THROUGH/WITH COACH MO
    SPRING FOOTBALL
  • After two to 3 weeks of instruction, players will participate in a spring game, 3 team "Jamboree" style as we've done in the past.
  • No dates have been set, but 3 team groups will play in March, April & May
  • Fall teams:  Our fall City Central League looks to have teams at Murphy, Phoenix Christian, Riverside, Alhambra, North Mountain.  Madison, Isaac, Arroyo and Sullivan schools are considering programs.


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Sunday, December 30
2012

Thursday, December 27
TOP 3 PROGRAMS



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Dorean Gardner fought off double teams to become the dominant defensive lineman

TOP 3 TEAMS 

#1.  MURPHY/CHRISTIAN

Dominated the City Central League at both the junior high & elementary levels, then teamed up with Murphy to win in the Winter Championship Series.  Dominant on both sides of the line, linebacker & running back.

2. NORTH MOUNTAIN

Led by a  5th grader at quarterback and the leagues best offensivelineman, North brought together the Mountain View and Royal Palm communities to become a force to recon with.

3.  ALHAMBRA

With the leagues best QB, protected by two dominant ladies on the line, Alhambra has been a consistant contender.



Sunday, December 23
MURPHY EVENS IT UP AGAINST NORTH MOUNTAIN



MURPHY 19, NORTH MOUNTAIN 6

Murphy led 7-6 at the half then two big plays later, ran away from North Mountain 19-6.   In an effort to build stronger & more competetive teams in local areas, the teams were made up of teams from Phoenix Royal Palm/Arizona Cardinals Academy and Mountain View (North Mountain) and central Phoenix based Murphy (Art Hamilton, Phoenix Christian and the area surrounding the Murphy district).  The partnerships will make for more competetive football this spring and next fall in the newly formed City Central League.  Phoenix Christian won the City Central title this year.

Running behing big Armando Muyos, Andrew Romero and and Rafael Segay, Murphy's Kaelon Harrington had over 150 yards rushing on 15 carries as he carried the load for Murphy.  Harrington has rushed for over 1,000 yards for the year, continuing a run of state class running back/athletess produced or trained by AAU teams & Coach Mo Speed camps to include last years Dominique King (Central HS), Trae Armstrong (Deer Valley, also an All-American sprinter), Cole Luke (Hamilton high school/Notre Dame), DeVonte Neal (Chaparral, Notre Dame) and a host of others (click here for our alumni list).  Harrington, the league's top scorer, had touchdown runs of 30 & 6 yards.

Murphy quarterback DeAndre King also had a big day.  He ran for over 100 yards, including a 65 yard TD run and with key completions to Rafael Cedillos, Hernan Orosco, Harrington, William Hood (50 yards on 6 carries) and , King had the most productive day of any Central City quarterback this season.

Defensively, outside linebackers Harrington & Matthew McDermott shut down North's running game.  The pass rush led by Jorge Lozano and interceptions by Cedillos, Choppa and King, Murphy made things difficult for the North offense causing 5 turnovers with 3 interceptions and two fumbles.

North Mountain's "do everything" back Vincent Underwood was kept to his first sub-100 yard day, but he made his presence know leading North in tackles.  He also had two interceptions. Rudy Gonzales, Toby Vega (the leagues tallest player) and Daniel Morales (the leagues biggest player) held their own on the defensive & offensive lines but Murphy had too many weapons and turnovers stalled any effort.  Willie Argramonte, one of the league's best two way players, had a good outing at running back and defensive back. 

North Mountain's quarterback Michael Contrarras scored North Mountain's lone touchdown after he, Underwood and Argramonte teamed up on North's best offensive drive late in the first half.



Tuesday, October 23
FALL 2012 ALL-CENTRAL CITY FOOTBALL TEAM & BLUE CHIP LIST



OFFENSE

Quarterback: Isaiah Morales (Alhambra), Riley Miller (Christian Football)

Second team: Michael Contrerras (North Mountain)

Running Backs:  Kaleon Harrington (Christian Football), Vincent Underwood (North Mountain)

Second Team: William Hood (Murphy), Cory Leary (Christian)

Reciever:  Edward Morales (Alhambra 

Offensive Linemen: Daniel Morales (North Mountain), Armando Munyos (Murphy/Christian), Andrew Romero (Murphy/Christian), Maribel Martinez (Alhambra), Rudy Gonzales (North Mountain)

DEFENSE

Defensive Line: Dorean Gardner (Christian Football), Previn Loyd, Jr (Christian Footballl), Dahnah Fuamatuhad (Alhambra), Tona Vega (North Mountain),  Jorge Lozano (Murphy), Max Peoples (Christian Football)

Linebackers: Danny Rodriguez (Christian Football), Ryan Munos (Christian Football), Matthew Mcdermott (Murphy Christian)

Defensive backs: Willie Argamota (North Mountain),  DeAndre King (Murphy), Hernan Orosco (Murphy), Nate Underwood (North Mountain), Rafael Cedillos (Murphy/Christian), Eric Lawler (Christian Football), Jose Hernandez (Murphy)

Honorable Mention

Davis Tarver (Christian Football), Benjamin Orosco (Murphy), Giavanni Altifimo (Coffelt), Nathaniel New (Christian Football), Daniel Frampton (Christian Football), Jesus Garcia (North Mountain), Kyle Janes (Christian Football),   (Christian junior Football), Ty-Ray Failey (North Mountain), Ronnie Leyva (Murphy) , Willie Argamonta (North Mountain), Daniel Pellish (Christian Football), Orlando Gillette (Christian Football), Jacob Sharpe (Christian Football), Levi Bourland (Christian Football) Jace Fuamatuhad (Alhambra)

COMMING SOON......

BLUE CHIP LIST (Top 20/best players)



Saturday, June 23
2011-2012 BLUE CHIPS



Dominique King  (Christian Football)

Zarthan Dorty (Central Phoenix)  

Riccardo Mendez (Central Phoenix)

Dorean Gardner (Christian Football) 

Dion Phylow (Central Phoenix)

Nathanel Krimmel (Central Phoenix)

Vince Underwood (Mountain View)

Daniel Rodriguez (Christian Football)

Brian Lynch (Christian Football)

Seth (Christian Football)

Eddie Tena (Central Phoenix) 

Jose (Coffelt)

Daniel Morales (Mountain View)

Tomas (Coffelt)

Coven Stevens (Christian Football)

Dusty Laizure (Christian Football) 

Armando Munyoz (North Mountain)

Larry Baca (Christian Football)

Michael Sanchez (Central Phoenix)

John Bellman (Central Phoenix)

Jose Montes (Sullivan)

King Sandoval (Coffelt))

Xavier Jonnel (Sullivan)

Tommie Works (Sullivan)

Jasmin Lopez (Sullivan)

Jackie Garcia (Sullivan)

Leo Montenegro (Alhambra)

Isaiah Morales (Alhambra)

Demitrius Brigham (Alhambra)

Giavanni Altifimo (Coffelt)

Arian (Christian Football)

Kimo Kalma (Central Phoenix)



Saturday, December 1
FOOTBALL ROUNDUP



NORTH MOUNTAIN WINS AGAIN, TO FACE WINNER OF MURPHY/CHRISTIAN VS ALHAMBRA

NORTH MOUNTAIN 13, MURPHY/CHRISTIAN 0

North Mountain's Vince Underwood ran for over 175 yards including two 50 yard runs as North wins on the road.  Underwood also made big plays on defense.  Big Daniel Morales dominated the line on both sides of the ball.  Murphy's bright spot was running back William Hood.  A 6th grader, Hood had 120 yards rushing includinga 40 yard run.  Teamate Jorge Lozano had 3 sacks, Ronnie Leyva had an interception.

MURPHY/CHRISTIAN 14, ALHAMBRA 6

Game halted early, but running behind big Armando Munuz and Andrew Romero, Kaelon Harrington scored on two 50 yard runs and assmased 180 in only three quarters.  He was also dominant doing duble duty as a linebacker.  Defense was the key for Murphy as Big Jorge Lozano, coming off 3 sacks vs North Mountain, got two Alhambra's QB twice and had numerous hurries.  Linebackers Matthew McDermott, Harrington and Rafeal Cedillos shut down the run.



Saturday, November 17
NORTH MOUNTAIN UPENDS ALHAMBRA



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As time runs out, players hustle to a fumble

NORTH MOUNTAIN 27, ALAMBRA 12

This rivalry just keeps getting better.  In one of the best games of the season and as our bowl season gets underway North Mountain took advantage of superior size & depth as they beat Alhambra.  In a reversal of fortune, this time it was Alhambra who was shorthanded on the sidelines as North Mountain showed up 30 plus strong.  In the previous meeting North had only 9 players and Alhambra had 20 plus.

North won the ground battle as Vince Underwood, one of the league's top running backs, rolled up almost total 200 yards as he had big plays with runs of 30 yards or more and two of the same receiving. Daniel Morales, North Mountain's outstanding offensive lineman, was dominant and gave quarterback Michael Contrerras plenty of time to throw and that was key as North's passing game was superior and was the difference maker in the game.

Alhambra's quarterbackback Isaiah Morales also has a big day, as did another dominant lineman, Jace Fuamatuhad.  Fuamatuhad had a 20 yard run followed by a 5 yard scoring run in the opening drive.  Jace also was dominant on ther side of the ball and North quickly learned to run away from her.  Not to be outdone, Daniel Morales, the other "Big One" had a 25 yard run of his own to set up the go ahead score for North Mountain.

SCORING SUMMARY

A - Jayce 20y run - 5y TD run
M. - underwood 20y run
# 50 10y R
Underwood 10y run
A sack 3 tackles for losses
Inc
A - pass comp (3 of 4)
A jayce run for loss
M - Run for loss
M - underwood 20y pass from Mike C
Inc
Inc
15y Pass to Willie w/ 1 second left
Underwood 5y TD run

Halftime Tied at 6
M Ball
Underwood 40y run
Mike C 1 pt conv
Mountain View 13-6


ALHAMBRA
Isaiah 25y run TD
XP failed
Mountain View 13-12

Daniel Morales 35y run
Penalty
TD Pass to underwood
XP to Underwood
North Mountain  20-12

ALHAMBRA BALL 

Alhambra fumble Daniel Ret for TD
XP pass good to Nate underwood
North Mountain  27 -12
Alhambra 2 completes
Fumble
Alhambra
30 pass to underwood
 



Friday, October 26
COUGAR BOWL 2012 RESULTS



2012 Cougars w trophy

JUNIOR HIGH

COUGAR YOUTH FOOTBALL 42, GLENDALE CARDINALS 0

The Cougar Defense clamped down and led  Christian to a big win in the final game of the fall season.  Dorian Gardner added to his league high sack totals and teamed up with Previn loyd and Max Peoples in shutting down Glendale passing game.  Kyle James (5 solo tackles), Ryan Munos, Davis Tarver and Nick Lawlor led Cougar linebackers who stretched out and slowed the passing game with the help of safety Matthew Mcdermott, who had his best game with several passes defended and an interception. The rest of the secondary which included Nathaniel New, Daniel Frampton and Fernando Valario also had impact plays.

The ground game led by Kaleon Harrington, Loyd, Brandon Rodriguez and Cory leary once again piled up the yardage led by Harrington, who scored on runs of 60 and 50 yards and on a pass play from quarterback Riley Miller.  Miller also threw a 20 yard TD toss to Rafael Cedillos. Th eoffensive line of Andrew Romero, Armando Munyoz, Javan Segay, Quinn Lebiech and others made it a total team effort, paving the way for running backs and protecting the passing game.

DEVELOPMENTAL LEAGUE

COUGAR YOUTH FOOTBALL 22, GLENDALE CARDINALS 7

Cory Leary rushed for 133 yards, and Daniel Frampton scored on a 20 yard run and 20 yard pass from quarterback Levi Bourland as the Junior Cougars beat Glendale for a second time to win the Cougar Bowl developmental division. The line play of Edward Brown, Jacob Sharpe, Joshua Thorntonand centter/linebacker Amadeus Coleman led the ground attack that allowed Leary, Frampton, Orlando Gillette and Luke Johnson to have their way.  The receiver/defensiveback/lineback rotation led by Kyle James, Mike Ramirez and Joseph Thornton also helped in the win that kept the "Mighty Minions" unbeaten at 4-0.



Sunday, October 21
CODE OF CONDUCT

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Sunday, October 21
COUGAR BOWL MATCHUPS SET


2012 Rodriguez run vs Glendale

The Central Phoenix based Christian Cougars will host the Glendale Cardinals in the 2012 Cougar Bowl on 25 October, 2012 at the Phoenix Christian high school athletic complex.

The two faced each other in the season opener and played to an 13-all tie.

The Cougars finished the regular season 4-1-1 (3-0 in the Central Phoenix League) with 3 win wins in a row over Alhambra, Coffelt and North Mountain. 

The Cardinals compete in the A.I.M. league based out of Phoenix First Assembly Church in north Phoenix.

The Junior Cougars JV game precedes the varsity at 6:45.  The Junior's beat Glendale 27-6 behind a 300 yard offensive attack, but that was a different Cardinals team than the one that beat Coffelt a few weeks ago.  Much more physical.  This could be a good one.



Sunday, October 21
CHRISTIAN JUNIOR FOOTBALL 26, NORTH MOUNTAIN 6



2012 MV line rests

The Cougar Club Football teams defeated North Mountain 26-6.  Running backs Kaleon Harrington and Danny Rodriguez had their way on the ground as they have all season.  Harrington scored from 40 yards out the first two touches he had and had a total of 3 touchdowns.  Quarterback Riley Miller also had a rushing touchdown. 

Led by Dorean Gardner's 5 sacks, the defensive line (the offensive line also), which included Max Peoples, Armando Munyoz and Previn Loyd, dominated from the first snap.  Linebackers Rodriguez, Ryan Munos and Kyle cut off running lanes and slowed North's do-everything running back Vince Underwood after he had a big running and passing day against Murphy last week (over 200 all-purpose yards).  it was a group effort as the secondary fared well also behind an early interception by Cory Leary.



Monday, October 15
FOOTBALL ROUNDUP
2012 TFB Alhambra vs North Mountain

CHRISTIANS VS NIGHTHAWKS II:  Christian wrapped up the regular season title with a 4-1-1 record after thumping Murphy 40-6.  They play #2 Alhambra for the conference title Friday the 19th at Phoenix Christian.  Christian beat Alhambra 34-6 during the regular season.  Could be a good one as Alhambra has a balanced attack an the Cougars starting with a big pass play (Riley Miller to Davis Tarver) to shake things up against Murphy.

NORTH MOUNTAIN:  North Mountain's Vince Underwood scored 3 touchdowns and ran for over 150 yards vs Alhambra and caught a pass from Michael Contrerras in a balanced offfense vs the Hawks.  The line, anchored by Daniel Morales, did well against Alhambra as North only had the 8 player minumum for the game.

ALHAMBRA: Qurterback IsaiahMorales had another good game vs North Mountain and pretty much solidified his status as the leagues top quarterback.  Alize' Haley Henry has developed into a pretty good two-way player as is Eddie Morales.  Jace Fuamatuhad ran over North Mountain defenders on a 20 yard run, had it called back, then rolled over the Cougars again for 15.

JUNIOR FOOTBALL:  Christian's junior varsity faces Alhambra for the developmental league title Thursday the 18th at Phoenix Christian.  The #1 Cougars are unbeaten with a dominant line and a the top running attack with Corey Leary and Orlando Gillette putting up over 200 yards per game on the ground.  Quarterback Levi Bourland opened up the passing game with Daniel Frampton last week and the defense has caught.  Alhambra has lostonly to the Cougars.  They possess a couple of very good linebackers and have a solid passing game.



Saturday, October 13
CHRISTIAN ROLLS, BEATS MURPHY



2012 FB CJV vs Murphy

CHRISTIAN JUNIOR FOOTBALL 40, MURPHY 6

Christian's ground game, led by running backs Kaleon Harrington, Daniel Rodriguez and Previn Loyd led the way to a lop-sided win over Murphy.  It was Murphy's first game as a group of players combined from Coffelt, Hamilton school and Kuban school.  Quarterback Riley Miller had his best game as a passer with throwing tosses to Kyle Janes and Harrington plus a big first down throw to Davis Tarver that set up the rout vs Murphy.  He also contributed to the ground game with a 40 yard scoring run.  The Cougar defensive line was dominant as Dorean Gardner, Loyd and Max Peoples clearly had their way with the Mustangs.  Linebackers Ryan Munos (scored on a fumble recover), Quinn Leibrich and Rodriquez also contributed.

Junior Varsity

CHRISTIAN JUNIOR VARSITY 14, MURPHY 6

Daniel Frampton scored on a 30 yard pass from quarterback Levi Bourland and Corey Leary scored on a 35 yard run as Christian held off a tough murphy team.  Murphy running back Benjamin Orosco had another 100 yard day but was slowed in the critical second half by a host of Cougar defenders led ny defensive lineman Jacob Sharpe, Edward Brown, Amadeus Coleman and Michael Ramirez.  Murphy scored on a 40 yard pass from Hernan Orosco to Benjamin Orosco.



Saturday, October 13
CHRISTIAN ROLLS, BEATS MURPHY



2012 FB CJV vs Murphy

CHRISTIAN JUNIOR FOOTBALL 40, MURPHY 6

Christian's ground game, led by running backs Kaleon Harrington, Daniel Rodriguez and Previn Loyd led the way to a lop-sided win over Murphy.  It was Murphy's first game as a group of players combined from Coffelt, Hamilton school and Kuban school.  Quarterback Riley Miller had his best game as a passer with throwing tosses to Kyle Janes and Harrington.  He also contributed to the ground game with a 40 yard scoring run.  The Cougar defensive line was dominant as Dorean Gardner, Loyd and Max Peoples clearly had their way with the Mustangs.  Linebackers Ryan Munos (scored on a fumble recover), Quinn Leibrich and Rodriquez also contributed.

 

Junior Varsity

CHRISTIAN JUNIOR VARSITY 14, MURPHY 6

Daniel Frampton scored on a 30 yard pass from quarterback Levi Bourland and Corey Leary scored on a 35 yard run as Christian held off a tough murphy team.  Murphy running back Benjamin Orosco had another 100 yard day but was slowed in the critical second half by a host of Cougar defenders led ny defensive lineman Jacob Sharpe, Edward Brown, Amadeus Coleman and Michael Ramirez.  Murphy scored on a 40 yard pass from Hernan Orosco to Benjamin Orosco.



Sunday, September 9
FOOTBALL ROUNDUP
2012 spring Glendale offense
Glendale (Red) takes on Christian's Jr Cougars Thursday
Thu 9/13/12 7pm - 7:45pm Christian Jr High Cougars vs. Glendale Cardinals Phoenix Christian High School

The Revamped/reloaded Cougars host A.I.M. league champions, the Glendale Cardinals at Phoenix Christian.  Both teams have mostly new faces from last year, the Cougars are vastly improved and deeper.  This game will set the tone for the season for both teams.  Key returnees for the Cougars include Wildcat QB/DB/DB Danny Rodriquez, Defensive linemen/linebackers Dorean Gardner, Nathaniel New, Ryan Munos, Davis Tarver and Riley Miller.  Miller and 6th grader Daniel Frampton will spend time at QB.  Kyle Janes and Frampton headline a strong group of experienced 7th graders that played on the elementary school team last year.

The 5th & 6th grade teams will play a scrimmage 30 minutes before kickoff,

Sat 9/15/12 9:30am - 11am Coffelt vs. North Mountain Art Hamilton elementary (Murphy/Rotary Field Of Dream

 Coffelt hosts North Mountain wearing the Murphy black & whte worn by last years unbreaten Murphy squad and 2011 AIM champs.  Both teams lost key upperclasmen but both have good, experienced linemen.  North Mountain has one of the leagues best all-around players in Vince Underwood (QB/RB) and one of the leagues top returning lineman, Daniel Morales. 

Sat 9/15/12 1pm - 2:15pm Kuban vs. Alhambra Little Canyon Park A Kuban School

Kuban is new to this but boasts big linemen and fast skill position players, which is all you need att his level.  Unsettled at QB, the running game & spread offense will help them get settled in a hurry.  Like most other teams, Alhambra lost a bunch of players to graduation but they do have speed and a stable of running backs.  Last season they ledthe PSL in rushing, winning the City title but loosing to the Public school league champion Sullivan in the title game.



Saturday, September 15
FOOTBALL ROUNDUP



0915 LCP v Coffelt
Alhambra travels to Coffelt and comes out a winner

JUNIOR HIGH

CHRISTIAN & GLENDALE CARDINALS TIE, ALHAMBRA ROLLS

CHRISTIAN JUNIOR COUGARS 13, GLENDALE CARDINALS 13

The AIM/Glory Glendale Cardinals used a passing game to counter a strong Christian Cougar running attack to force a 13-all tie in Thursday nite play at Phoenix Christian high school. Running back Kaelon Harrington (K-1) rolled up 180 yards on 12 carries including two long touchdown runs. Defensive back/linebacker Nick Lawler made a key interception and running back/tight end Previn Loyd, Jr followed with a 6 yard run to setup Harrington's go ahead score. Danny Rodriguez also contributed to the ground game. The Cougar defense was also paced by Matthew McDemott, Kyle Pellish, Joseph Munos, Dorean Gardner and Kyle James. Loyd also had a big game on defense.

SATURDAY

ALHAMBRA NIGHTHAWKS 34, COFFELT JETS 0

The Nighthawk running game picked up where it left off last year but added a finishing element to erase memories of last seasons slow finishes. Edward Morales scored 3 touchdowns to lead Alhambra. Morales scored on a spectacular touchdown pass from a scrambling Isaiah Morales, a 35 yard run and on a 20 yard fumble recovery. Morales' scrambling ability was the big blow to the short handed Jet's who were visibly exhausted towards the end of the fist half. Tailback Alize' Haley scored on 30 & 50 yard runs and like Morales, ran for over 100 yards. On the defensive side Jace Fuamatuhad a sack and a fumble recovery, Maribel Martinez shut down her side of the running game and also had a fumble recovery.

ELEMENTARY/JUNIOR DEVELOPMENTAL

CHRISTIAN JUNIOR COUGARS 27, GLENDALE CARDINALS 6

Christian's Cory Leary scored on 25 & 45 yard runs, ending up with 150 yards rushing as the Junior Cougar developmental team ran for over 250 yards against Glendale. Gillete and Bourland aslo scored on long runs, both also had each an interception and a fumble recovery. Josh Thornton and Sharp anchored the Christian line.

COFFELT 18, ALHAMBRA 18

Benjamin Orosco scored on two 30 yard runs and on a 40 yard pass play from quarterback Hernan Orosco, rolling up 150 yards in total offense as Coffelt, playing at home, tied Alhambra. Coffelt's Angel Orosco's big interception in the first half was followed by a long Benjamin Orosco's long run and gave the Jets the lead. Alhambra's Tafe Fuamatu lead all rushers in the first half and his power running style led to Alhambra's first toughdown. he led all rushers with 125 yards, most were in the first half. Gustavo Montes was Alhambra's big gun scoing on and interception return, a toughdown run andon a scoring pass from quarterback Levi Johnson.  Other Alhambra defensive standouts included Anthony Garcia and Dana Fauamatu.



Friday, September 21
THURSDAY RESULTS



2012 Christian vs Wildcats
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ALHAMBRA 26, GLENDALE CARDINALS 7

Last year's City Champion, The Alhambra Nighhawks, fresh off a 35-0 over Coffelt/Murphy, put it on Glendale in another lopsided performance.  The Hawks running game, execition and stingy defense proved too much for Glendale.

GLENDALE WILDCATS 27, CHRISTIAN 14

The Wildcats put a stop to the Cougar ground game in the second half and the Cougars had no answer to the Cougar passing game resulting in a lopsided last 10 minutes of what was otherwise a close game.



Saturday, September 29
THURSDAY'S RESULTS

JUNIOR HIGH

CHRISTIAN COUGARS 34, ALHAMBRA 7

The Cougars rolled up over 300 yards on the ground and shut down #2 Alhambra's lethal passing game with a fierce pass rush in a lopsided win. 

JUNIOR HIGH JV

CHRISTIAN 28, ALHAMBRA 6

The backfield of Orlando Gillette and Cory Leary ran all over the Lions offensively and the front line of Brown, Pellish & Sharpe shut down the running game enroute to a big win over highly touted Alhambra.  The Cougars, #1 in league play are 3-0 and assured of a bowl birth and a shot at the championship.



Tuesday, October 2
FOOTBALL ROUNDUP



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Unstoppable: Keleon Harrington has nearly over 400 yards in 3 games

JUNIOR HIGH

CHRISTIAN:  Keleon Harrington rushed for 209 yards in the Cougar's win over Alhambra.  Max Peoples led all with 5 solo tackles and teamed up with Armando Munyoz, Previn Loyd and Davis Tarver to sack Alhambra;s QB 6 times.  Linebackers Daniel Rodriquez, Harrington, Nathaniel New and Ryan Munos also contributed with defensive backs Matthew McDermott, Kyle Janes, Daniel Frampton and Eric Lawler holding their own in the secondary.

ALHAMBRA:  The loss to Christian marked the first time the Nighthawks failed to have a 100 yard rusher of rush for 100 as a team.  The leagues leading passer, Isaiah Morales was a bright spot passing for over 100 yards.  Maribel Martinez was again dominant on the line.

ELEMENTARY LEAGUE

GLENDALE 25, COFFELT 19:  Glendale earned a showdown/rematch vs Alhambra with an exciting win over Coffelt.  A Johnny Apodaca's 30 yard run with 3 seconds left on the clock shocked the Jet's who had just scored 12 unanswered points to get back into the game after trailing at halftime.  DJ Johnson and Brion Gray were dominant defensively for the Cardinals.

CHRISTIAN 34, ALHAMBRA 6:  The Junior Cougars Corey Leary and Orlando Gillette ran wild again, each scoring touchdowns in a lopsided win over Alhambra.  4th grader Luke Johnson got into the mix scoring on a 15 yard run.    Defensively, Daniel Pellish, Jacob Sharpe, Daniel Frampton, Michael Ramirez, Edward Brown, Amadeus Coleman and Joshua Jordan all contributed on the defensive side.

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Friday, April 13
FOOTBALL ROUNDUP



2012 TFB Murphy vs Cardinals
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TUESDAY

MURPHY BUCKEYES 20, GLENDALE CARDINALS 6

Murphy improves it's spring record to 3-0 in a hard fought 20-6 win over The Glory League's previously unbeaten Glendale Cardinals.  Glendale tied Murphy at 6 midway through the first half after a long drive before giving up two unanswered touchdowns, one a Geraldo Flores punt returnm his 3rd in 3 games.  The Buckeyes had previous wins over Surprise (49-0) and fall Glory League champ AIM Warriors (28-0).  After a week off to focus on AIMs testingm the Bucks will take on Central Phoenix or the Cardinals in a bowl game on the 24th.

THURSDAY

CENTRAL PHOENIX GREEN 30, MOUNTAIN VIEW 0

Dominique King scored 3 Green youchdowns (50y run, 50 yd intercetion return & a 30 yard reception) as Central Phoenix breezes by Mountain View.  Team-mate Nate Krimmel had 60 total yards of offense & 6 tackles.  Kimo Calma also intercepted a pass, returning it for a TD.  King had 5 tackles.  Defensive linemen Dorean Gardner and Michael Sanchez combined for 5 sacks, including 3 in a row later in the first half.  Vince Underwood was the highlight for Mountain View rolling up over 50 yards in offense and 5 tackles.

CENTRAL PHOENIX WHITE 28, ALHAMBRA LITTLE CANYON PARK 8

Zarthan Dohrty struck first with a 30 yard run to put Green up but Alhambra's Demitrious Brigham's 2 point conversion gave Alhambra the lead late in the second half.  In the second half Dusty Laizure had 5 tackles and a fumble recovery then Dohrty, Dion Philow (25y TD run)and Coven Stevens (20 yard run) rolled up over 100 yards in the second half, wearing down Little Canyon in the 22-8.  Dohrty scored on runs of 35 & 2 yards.  He also had 6 tackles.  Eddie Tena completed 5 of 9 passes.



Wednesday, April 25
8 MAN SPRING FOOTBALL



2012 Spring Football Black n White
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BLACK & WHITE SCRIMMAGE RESULTS

WHITE 38, WHITE 12

GAME SUMMARY
BLACK
Dion 20y run
Dion 20 TD pass from Eddie Tena
XP Fail
6-0 Black
Tena Pass to Philow
INT - Bryan Lynch Int
Zarthon Dohrty 8y run

WHITE
Nathaniel Krimmel 30y TD Run. 2pt Conversion Riccardo Mendez
White 8-6

Krimmel 10y run
Dominique 30y run TD
XP Melvin Cufurovic to Krimmel
White 16-6

Mendez 1y run
Krimmel 30y TD run
XP King pass to Mendez
White 24-6

BLACK
Inc
Inc
Dion 5y pass from Tena
Dohrty 10y run
Inc
Dion 10y run
Dohrty 5y run
Coven Stevens 2y run
XP Fail
White 24-12

WHITE
Krimmel 8y run
Belman 8y run
Inc
King 20y pass to Belman
XP Krimmel 10y run
White 30-12

Mendez 15y run
Sack Larry Baca
Belman 20y pass to King
XP Krimmel 10y run
White 38-12
 

 



Thursday, April 5
Central Phoenix White Strikes Back, Beats Alhambra



Dominique King had 132 yards on 11 carries and 3 touchdowns as Central Phoenix White comes from behind to beat Alhambra 22-14.  Down 14-6, PC White scored 16 unanswered points in the win.

Alhambra's ball controlled offense kept the bal out of Cougar hands in the first half, but their sweep style "O" was slowed and then White scored at will.  Dorian Garder, Brian Lynch and Nate Krimmel stretched out stalled the Alhambra offense.  Alhambra's Demitrius Brigham had 100 yards in the irst half for Alhambra including a 45 yard youghdown run. 

PCW Dominique King 80y run XPF
PCW 6-0

LCP
Inc
Inc
# 48 15y run
# Demetrus Brigham 45y run XP # 48
LCP 8-6

PCW
Fumble
Fumble (LCP recovers)

LCP
# 48 loss of 10
Loss of 2
# 4 Brigham 15y run
TD - Brigham 1y run
LCP 14 - PCG 6

HALFTIME
Alhambra 14, Phoenix Christian white 6

LCP
Penalty
# 48 Miclo Lara 15y run
45 pass to 29
Brigham 8y run
48 Loss 6, stop by king

PCW
# 3 4y run
TD - Dominique King 20y run XP King
TIED at 14

LCP
Loss
6y gain Brigham
Loss

PCW
Riccardo Mendez 40y run.  Nathanel Crummel XP

PCW 22, LCP 14

LCP
# 48 4y run
# 48 20y run
# 48 5y loss


Final Score Phoenix Christian White 22, Alhambra Little Canyon Park 14



Thursday, April 5
Central Phoenix Green Over Mountain View
20120405 PCG line vs MV
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Central Phoenix 33, Mountain View 0

Central Phoenix's punishing defense wore down a younger Mountain View in a 33-0 win.   Zarthan Dorty, Jr had over 180 yards on the ground and caught a 45 yard pass, two touhdowns in the victory.  He also stood out on defense.  Quarterback Eddie Tena opened the game with an 80 yard scoring toss to Dusty Laizure (who had two more big catches and an interception).  Tena pass ed for over 100 yards.  Vincent Underwood had 3 runs of over 20 yards but left the game early and finished with just under 100 yards. Devin Wiliams caught 3 passes for 50 yards from quarterback Michael Contrerras.  Mountain Views line, anchored by blue chip prospects Armando Monyoz and Daniel Morales gave quarterbacks plenty of time to throw.

MOUNTAIN VIEW vs PHOENIX CHRISTIAN Green

PCG 80y Eddie Tena to Dusty Laizure TD EPF
PCG 6 - 0

MV
# 44 - 20y run

PCG Zarthan Dorty Jr 50y run, XP good
PCG 14-0

MV
Michael to # 28 Devin Williams 20y pass
# 44 20y run
Inc
# 44 6y run
# 44 2y run
Turnover

PCG
TD - 90y run Dorty, Jr XPF
PCG 20-0

2nd Half
MV
Michael to # 28 5yds
Inc
Inc

PCG
Dion Phylow 85 20y run XPF
PCG 27-0

MOUNTAIN VIEW
Inc
Inc
PCG - INT Laizure

PCG
# 48 3y run (Armando Munyos  tackle)
Inc (Armando & Daniel Contrerras pass rush)
Tena 45y screen to Dorty Jr
Tena 5y pass to Dorty XP Dusty Lazuire
PCG 33-0

MV
Inc
Vince Underwood 5y run

Final score Phoenix Christian Green 33, Mountain View 0



Sunday, April 1
Spring Football Kicks Off




20120329 TFB LCP v MVES
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Thursday, March 15
Garcia Wins Season Opener

TEAM MURPHY 49, SURPRISE 0

The Murphy Mustangs, half of whom grew up in Coach Raynaldo Plata's NFL Flag & The Murphy School Districts intramural sports programs blanked Surprise 49-0 in the season opener of the Glory league.  Geraldo Flores, one of our Original "Field Of Dreams" participants and a top returning two way player from last season scored on a TD pass from Joeseph Bivens, another former NFL Flag participant.  Bivens also connected with Jorge Hernandez on another scoring pass combo.  Bivens and Fernando mendez scored on fumble recoveries.  Guerremo Avila Scored on a rushing touchdown.

 Spring Scrimmages set for 22 March.  The Season opener, set for 5 April, may be moved up to 29 March in Lieu of Easter Weekend.  Please stay tuned to schedule located on the menu bar.

 

 

 



Sunday, March 4
Spring Football Schedule (click here to view online schedule)

Teams:  Central Phoenix Green, Central Phoenix White, Mountain View, Alhambra

Scrimmages:  March 22& 29: at Phoenix Christian.

Online Schedule Click here

Gameday: April 5, 12, 19, 26 - Bowl Game May 4th Or April 13, 20 & 27

April 5: PC Green vs Mountain View, PC White vs Alhambra

April 12:  PC Green vs Alhambra, PC White vs Mountain View

April 19:  Mountain View vs Alhambra, PC Green vs White

April 26: Bowl Games

May ???  Championship

Jr League Tackle (4th,5th graders Friday scrimmages vs Glendale Cardinals & MVJVs Friday Nites @ Hamilton - 6pm

Bowl Game 26 April.



Saturday, March 3
Upcoming Events: Speed Training, Football Camps, Etc

Training schedule
•Speed Sunday with Coach Mo: 2pm @ Phoenix Christian (3pm football related activities)
•Monday Training in Gilbert @ 6pm
•Junior high school tackle: Tue/Thu @ Phoenix Christian & Art Hamilton school.  Games start last week of March.
•15U tackle:  Looking for our team based out of Garcia School
•Youth tackle: Developmental games at Hamilton Thursdays starting in April.  Spring bowl game follows.

 Note That 15U & Youth tackle game dates are moving to Thursday nite, giving players an option for Speed Sunday & Tuesday practice as to be better prepared.

Summer football: 
•7 on 7 Sundays @ Phoenix Christian in June (with shoulder pads & helmets)
•Monthly training combines (start in April)
•Weekend Contact camps: July
•Overnight training combine & contact camp either 9 or 16 July (Kingman, Az) - Date TBA in May



Saturday, January 14
SPRING FOOTBALL 2012

Glory League (15U)
Avondale Knights  AIM Warriors El Mirage  Garcia Buckeyes Sullivan Chargers Alhambra Little Canyon

Cougar League (Junior High)
Garcia Little Canyon Park Mountain View Sullivan Coffelt

Junior Developmental League (5th & 6th graders)
Coffelt North Mountain Little Canyon Sullivan

Arena League 9U

   
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Saturday, December 31
2011


Monday, December 26
MINI CAMPS & FOOTBALL CLINICS BEGIN IN MID JANUARY

SPRING FOOTBALL KICKS OFF IN MARCH 

Teams particpating  in the Phoenix First Assembly based Glory League will be gin play the second weekend in March according to league director Larry Kerychuk.  The league is considering an 11-man format and an upgrade to a 15U age group.  A list of prospectiive teams will be released in the coming weeks. 

Coach Mo football teams from Verde Park, Alhambra Little Canyon Park, Garcia & Sullivan are expected to participate in the Glory and/or the Murphy school district based Public School League (PSL).  The PSL has 15U, 13U & 11U age groups.

The Junjior high school program at Phoenix Christian will either field a team or particpate in the traditional 3 week spring program at Christian high.

Our annual indoor passing league kicks off in Mid-January.

 



Garcia 2011 Champs
Those Who Stay.......
Sunday, December 11
GARCIA BEATS LITTLE CANYON, WINS PSL/ROTARY CUP



GARCIA 12, ALHAMBRA LITTLE CANYON PARK 0 

Garcia's defense shut down unbeaten Little Canyon enroute to a 12-0 win.  Led by coach Raynaldo Plata, the Bucks forced 6 turnovers and sacked LCP quarterbacks 7 times.  Garcia's ground game pounded out over 150 yards and the defense shut down Canyon's big play offense, keeping LCP out of Garcia territiry for the entire game.  To it's credit, Canyon stopped Garcia in the Red Zone 3 times.

Garcia finishes the season 6-4 after a 2-4 non-league schedule in the Glory league, where they won the spring title.

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THOSE WHO STAY WILL BE CHAMPIONS,



Saturday, December 3
GLORY LEAGUE SEMI FINALS

Royalty Knights 13 - AIMS Warriors 12.

Knights scored on opening kickoff with Benny Blanco taking it to the house. Although the Knights committed 4 turnovers they were able to hold the warriors to 12 points. The Knights meet the Wildcats in the Chamionship game saturday @ phoenix Christian High. This is the second championship game in Knights three years as an organization.

Glendale Wildcats 34, Glendale Cardinals 33

The WIldcats stun the first place Cardinals and earn a trip to the championship game where they willl meet the Avondale (Royalty) Knights. 
 



Monday, December 5
GARCIA & LITTLE CANYON ADVANCE TO LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS

CITY CHAMPIONSHIPS

 ALHAMBRA LITTLE CANYON PARK 33, PHOENIX MOUNTAIN VIEW 32

In a thriller in which 4 touchdowns were scored on long runs in the last two minutes, Little Canyon Park defeated Mountain View for the City North Championship to advance to League championship game.  They will face Murphy League Champion Garcia (4-4/2-0).  Mountain View will take on Hamilton in the Rotary Cup Bowl.

MURPHY CHAMPIONSHIP

GARCIA 14, SULLIVAN 8

Garcia stopped Sullivan scoring drives 3 times late in the seconf half to win the Murphy Youth Football championship.  The Garcia running game appeared to wear down Sullivan, who answered with a second wind, but costly turnovers proved to be the difference.



Saturday, November 19
FOOTBALL ROUNDUP

PUBLIC SCHOOL LEAGUE
Little Canyon 12, Coffelt 0

Unbeaten Little Canyon took the league late in the first half and held on for the win.  Hamilton/Coffelt challenged late in the game with a long drive but a big defensive stop and a 50 yard TD run helped Canyon defeat Coffelt.  King Sandoval rushed for 80 yards for Coffelt.  Tomas Meza had 3 sacks and a great day with several solo tackles. 

GLORY LEAGUE SCORES
Warriors 20 to knights 15

Garcia 28 wildkats 21

Cardinals 39 Sullivan 4

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Saturday, November 12
FOOTBALL ROUNDUP
Granda Football day 1
Right Way Forward: 5 Schools, 300 players in Junior Player Development

COACH MO FOOTBALLL: MURPHY LEAGUE

Sullivan 24, Hamilton 8

Jose Montes threw TD passes to Xavier Juniel and Tommy Works and ran for a score as Sullivan takes down Hamilton.  Coach Hart also says " Jackie and Luis Garcia and Nic Sotalo had standout performances on the line.  Hamiton's King Sandoval had over 100 yards on 9 carries and a touchdown. Tomas Meza and Nina Haney also played well for Hamilton Coffelt.

 

Class C Rankings: #1 LIttle Canyon, #2 Sullivan, #3 Mountain View, #4 Phoenix Christian, #5 Art Hamilton

Other Teams: Royal Palm, Granada East, Hermosa Park, Kuban, Dunbar

 

 

GLORY LEAGUE

Avondale Knights 20, Sullivan 6

Glendale Wildcats 31, Glendale Cardinals 27

AIM Warriors 28, Garcia 6

COMMING SOON:  Public School League Championships, AAU Championship Series (Dec 2011)

MONDAY NITE FOOTBALL

Murphy Monday Nite Football kicks off November 14th.  An instructional league, members participate in light skills training and contact drills followed by a controlled scrimmage.



Sunday, November 6
FOOTBALL SCORES



GLORY LEAGUE

Glendale Cardinals 18, Garica Buckeyes 13

Glendale Wildcats 25, Avondale Knights 6

JUNIOR LEAGUE (CLASS C 12u)

Alhambra Little Canyon 12, Sullivan Chargers 7:  Alhambra's Isaiah Montross scored on a 40 yard run as time expired as Little Canyon keeps rolling in Class B Junior League football.  Quarterback Isaiah Morales also scored for Little Canyon.

PUBLIC SCHOOL LEAGUE

PSL Football picks up again with Mountain View, Hamilton & Royal Palm kicking off their seasons in the next two weeks.

 



Tuesday, November 1
FOOTBALL ROUNDUP
Hamilton MNFB
Murphy Monday Night Football at Art Hamilton Elementary School

ARIZONA CARDINALS FALL NFL FLAG TOURNAMENT

Four Coach Mo Football teams entered the 2011 Arizona Cardinals NFL Flag tournament, Alhambra Little Canyon Park (11U & 14U), Phoenix Mountain View (11U & 14U),and the South Mountain Jets.  Alhambra and Mountain View made it to the elite 8, Alhambra advanced to the final four, 3rd year in a row we had a team in the final four. 

GLORY LEAGUE FOOTBALL

Plagued by turnovers, defending champion Garcia started the season with a loss after starting with a non-league win over Phoenix Mountain View.  Sullivan, playing their first tackle season , also lost in its home opener.

MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL/FOOTBALL FRIDAY'S REGISTRATION

Geared especially for beginners and those new to football, our instructional league for tackle players begins 7 November with a mini camp.  Monday Nite Football & Football Fridays are held weekly from 430pm-6pm. At Art Hamilton elementary school.  Players who display the ability to compete at a higher level will play on our travel team and compete in upcoming bowl games.  Contact Coach Mo at 4802170175 via text or email us at coachmo@coachmo.com for details.



Sunday, October 23
FOOTBALL ROUNDUP (Click here for current standings)
2010 CMFB Cougar Bowl

Junior League (JV/Elementary)

Cougar Bowl (10/22)

Sullivan 22, Phoenix Christian 12

Glory League 
10/21/11
Garcia 27 - Chargers 6
10/22/11
Warriors 25 - Wildcats 19
Cardinals 40 - Knights 12


Tuesday, October 18
FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: LAST WEEK'S GAMES

GLORY LEAGUE (14u)

Glendale Wildcats 20, Garcia 13

Glendale Cardinals 32, Sullivan Chargers 6

CLASS C RESULTS (JV/13U)

Alhambra Little Canyon 20, Phoenix Christian 8

 



Monday, October 17
FOOTBALL ROUNDUP

LAST WEEK'S SCORES

GLORY LEAGUE

Glendale Wildcats 46, Sullivan 12 - Glendale Cardinals 30, Garcia Buckeyes 13

PHOENIX CHRISTIAN LEAGUE (JV/13u)

Little Canyon 20, Christian 8



Sunday, October 9
FOOTBALL ROUNDUP



2011 TFB MV Coaches

GARCIA FIGHTS OFF MOUNTAIN VIEW VARSITY, LITTLE CANYON DEFEATS MOUNTAIN VIEW JV SQUAD

Garcia 22, Mountain View 14

Garcia scored on a long TD pass with less than a minute left to hold off a hard charging Phoenix Mountain View 22-14.   The teams traded leads in the first 3/4's of the game with Mountain View actualy leading 14-7 at one point.

Alhambra Little Canyon Park 20, Mountain View (Junior Varsity) 8

Little Canyon scored twice late in the first have and wore down Mountain View's junior team 20-8. 



Saturday, October 1
Little Canyon Upends #1 Sullivan



102911 LCP vs Sullivan
Sullivan's (gold) line dominated early in the game

ALHAMBRA LITTLE CANYON PARK 24, SULLIVAN 14

Down 14-0 at one point, Little Canyon Park scored 24 unanswered points, the last 18 after turnovers, in a win over toped ranked Sullivan.  Sullivan built up a 14-0 lead and pretty much controlled flow of the game.  Little Canyon, fresh off of a tie with Phoenix Christian, narrowed the score before the half and trailed 14-6.

 Midway through the second half, the first of 4 Sullivan fumbles occurs as Leo Montenegro recovered a Sullivan fumble.  Montenegro later scored on a short run after a Little Canyon drive.  Isaiah Morales (who also through a 40 yard touchdown pass) returned and interception for another score to give Little Canyon an 18-14 lead.  Montenegro capped the scoring with a spectacular 30 yard run .

Sullivan's Jose Montez ran for a touchdown and threw a TD pass to Xavier Jonnel.  Jasmin Lopez, Tommy Works and Jackie Garcia played very well on Defense for the Chargers.



Thursday, September 29
CHRISTIAN & LITTLE CANYON STALEMATE

Phoenix Christian 0, Alhambra Little Canyon Park 0

In what amounted to a defensive struggle, Christian and Little Canyon play to a scoreless tie at Art Hamilton's Field Of Dreams Sports Complex.  Try as they may, neither team was able to move the ball on offense in this tough, physical battle.  Little Canyon entered the game ranked #2 in Class C.  Phoenix Christian finishes the regular season at Hamilton vs the Huskies on 13 September.  Little Canyon plays at Mountain View October 8.



Saturday, September 17
2011 Class C (Elementary Division) Schedule Released (Click Here)




Saturday, September 17
SULLLIVAN WINS SEASON OPENER



2011 TF PC vs Sullivan snap

Sullivan 20, Phoenix Christian 8


Team Sullivan's Jose' Montes threw touchdown passes to Nic Sotello & Xavier Jonnel as Sullivan won the leagues Season opener.  Our first "Class C"  tackle game (Sub-Junior high).  Zac Mungillo & Josiah Thomas scored for Christian.  Christian's touchdown was setup by big runs by Landy Gillette and William Thomas.

Jose Montes to Nic Sotelo, Garcia 8-0

PC Zac Mungello 3y run

Josiah Thomas 2pt run

Tied at 8

S - TD pass to Xavier Juniel

14-8 Sullivan

S - Montes 10y run

Final Score Sullivan - 20 - 8

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SULLIVAN HIGHLIGHTS 

#20,Nick Sotelo, 2-touch-downs, 5-tackles, 1-sack.

#31,Jose Montes, 1- touch-down, 5-tackles,1-sack.

#32,Tommy Works,1-interception, 4-tackles.

#43,Edwardo Lopez,4-tackles, 1-sack.

#56,Jasmin Lopez,2-tacklesM 1 sack, 1-fumble recovery.

#21,Xavier Juniel,1-tochdown, 1,tackle.

 



2011 TF PC vs Sullivan 2
#78 recorded 2 sacks & two tackles for losses. Not bad...young lady!

Saturday, September 10
TACKLE SEASON STARTS WITHH FOOTBALL FRIDAYS AT ART HAMILTON SCHOOL



Sullivan School hosts Phoenix Christian at the Arthur Hamilton based Rotary Field of Dreams Friday the 16th at 5pm.  This will be our first full season of tackle football.  Our full schedule will be released on Sunday, September 11th.  Member teams are Phoenix Mountain View, Alhambra Little Canyon Park, Arthur Hamilton (Coffelt), Hermosa Park, Lindo Park, Sullivan and Phoenix Christian.

For more info, pics, etc, follow us on Facebook @ Coach Mo Football

 



Wednesday, July 13
Fall Football Registration for tackle & flag football



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Phoenix locations begin registration and minicamp for flag football in August for tackle football seasons that begin in September (5th/6th grade) and October (7th/8th grade). Browse our menu bar for schools near you.  Most are instructional leagues with short seasons to include flag football followed by tackle or vise-versa. 

 

  • Registration & training camp starts 1 August.
  • Fees vary from league to league
  • Competetive leagues and beginners (instructional) leagues
  • Focus on the basics
  • Relaxed, structured, competetive environments
  • Affordable
  • Click on the menu for league & team links
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    Depending on the league, games are played on Monday, Wednesday or Thursday nights.  Contact Coach Mo via phone/text 480-217-0175 email us at coachmo@coachmo.com and be sure to follow us on Facebook @ Coach Mo Football

     

     

    Saturday, June 4
    GARCIA BEATS AIM WARRIORS, WIN GLORY LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP!



    2011 TFB Garcia post title pic
    Team Garcia players gather during pre-game

    GARCIA 27, AIM WARRIORS 6

    After a slow start, Team Garcia (8-1), a squad made up of players and alumni from the Murphy School District, scored 20 unanswered second half points enroute to a 27-6 win over the AIM Warriors.  Long time Field Of Dreams player Geraldo Flores had two bif touchdowns in the second half.  One a 45 yard interception returned to a touchdown, the other a 40-plus yard punt return.  Tommy Flores closed out the scoring with a one handed grab later in the second half.  Quarterback Jose' Bivens threw two touchdown passes.

    Coached by former South Mountain player Roynalda Plata, team Garcia's roster is as follows: #21 Tommy Flores, #30 Armond Cotta, #51 Angelo Flores, #31 Geraldo Flores, #89 Luis Payan, #20 Fernando Valerio, #50 Francisco Carillo, #77 Samuel Rivera, #43 Luis Zamora, #55 Filipe Corrales, #88 Mauel Corrales, #44 Jose' Bivens, #56 Daniel Tafolla.

    Click Here to visit our Facebook link and more photos!







    Sunday, May 29
    TEAM GARCIA FOOTBALL UPDATE: Saturday, June 4th, 5:30pm - Championship Game @ Phoenix First Assembly Church vs the A.I.M. Warriors





    Sunday, May 22
    777: 7 0n 7 Sundays at 7pm - Phoenix Christian High School



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    Coach Mo Football
    ‎7-On Sunday's registration & minicamp 630pm thru 19 June

    Minicamp and scrimmages, 5 June @630pm (Coach Mo Speedcamp @ 530)

    Typical format
    ...
    -Forward passes beyond the line of scrimmage only
    -NFL flag age groups (9-11, 12-14 & high school)
    -30 minutes of a speed warmups with me.
    -30 minites of team prep
    -30 to 40 mins worth of play (10 minute timed scrimmages)
    -Registration/minicamp Sunday the 22nd.
    -Games resume after the -Memorial Day Holiday

    -$25 per player (no fee for current speed campers)
    -12 man max roster, 10 man minimum
    -Fee/roster/waivers must be turned in before play can begin
    -Free agents (players w/o teams can register & be placed on a team
    -Rules & other info can be found at www.eteamz.com/coachmofootball
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    Tuesday, May 24
    TEAM GARCIA ADVANCES
    Thursday, May 19
     TEAM GARCIA ADVANCES TO SPRING CHAMPIONSHIP GAME, AWAITS OPPONENT 
     

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    Team Garcia's Buckeyes (7-1)and will face the either the Locomotives or the Warriors in the AIM league spring championship game on 5 June. 

    The Buc's beat the rival Avondale Knights 34-6 in a one sided win last Saturday.

    The Locomotives and Warriors play Thursday the 26th at Phoenix First Assembly Church.  The championship game will be played at First Assembly the following weekend.

     

     

     

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    TEAM GARCIA RESULTS 

    Team Garcia 14, Warriors 12

    Another come from behind win for Garcia now 3-1.

    Team Garcia 25, Avondale 12

    Phoenix Locomotives 21, Garcia 19

    Team Garcia 28, Avondale 12

    Team Garcia 13, Phoenix Warriors 12

    Team Garcia 21, Locomotives 0

    SEMIFINAL

    Team Garcia 34, Avondale 6



    Tuesday, May 24
    Spring Football Roundup

    Videos Posted by Coach Mo Football

    Displaying all 3 videos by Coach Mo Football.


    Saturday, May 7
    SPRING FOOTBALL 2011
    Tuesday, May 4
    SULLIVAN, GARCIA AND ALHAMBRA COMMUNITY LITTLE CANYON IN 3 WAY SCRIMMAGE

    Teams from Garcia, Sullivan & Little Canyon Park meet at Arthtur Hamilton's field of dreams for a 3-way, times tackle football scrimmage.

     

    Sullivan and Garcia pretty much dominated play as Murphy Football takes another major step as a competetive league.  Click on the picture for YouTube video footage or follow us on Facebook Click here for more football news.

     

    Sunday, April 1
    TEAMS PARTICIPATE IN CARDINALS TOURNAMENT

    Players from all four Murphy schools participate in the first Cardinals Big Red Flag Football tournament at University If Phoenix stadiums.

     

    Players and coaches also recieve passes to the Cardials Rib Fest & Music Festival.

     

     

    In all, 7 teams from the spring league participate with Team Sullivan's 11 & 14U team and Hamilton's 11U's making it to the elite 8 and sweet 16 rounds.

     

     

    Saturday, May 7
    FOOTBALL FRIDAYS RESUME IN APRIL

    Team Garcia made up of mostly Garcia students and freshman alumni from Carl Hayden, resumed developmental football in the "AIM" league in April.

     

    See results below

     

     

     

    Team Garcia 14, Warriors 12

    Another come from behind win for Garcia now 3-1.

     

    Team Garcia 25, Avondale 12

    Phoenix Tomahawks 21, Garcia 19

    Team Murphy 13, Phoenix Warriors 12

    For more on tackle Football Click here

     

     

     



    Saturday, April 23
    Timed/controlled scrimmage: Sullivan vs Little Canyon Park at Arthur Hamilton School
        Tackle GameDay: Spring Football 2011
                              Tackle GameDay: Spring Football 2011
    Footage from Sullivan vs Little Canyon Park Scrimmage (click here or on the You Tube Pics below)

     


    Saturday, April 16
    Garcia (Team Murphy) Beats Warriors, improves to 2-1
    Warriors won the coin toss and elected to kickoff. Buckeyes couldn't move the ball and turned it over to the Warriors and they quickly turned it into 6pts, but on the conversion for 1 pt Buckeyes #43 -Luis Zamora prevented a catch. on the next series QB #42-Jose Bivens
    broke through Warriors defense for a 63 yd scamper, but the Warriors defense pulled itself together and held for the series returning the ball to their offense to end the 1st half with Warriors  up 12-0.
    The second half began with the Buckeyes kicking the ball into the hands of #23 for an nice return and on 2 down  onwith 3yds, Warriors QB #3 pitched to #23 and with blocking on the left ran it 65 yds. Buckeyes defense decided to wakeup and #42 had a tackle for loss and #21 tackled #23 of the Warriors for a 6 yds loss. On 3rd and goal Warriors QB #3 hit a receiver for a 6yd touchdown and #17 of the Buckeyes stopped the extra point. With a little over 10 minutes to go in the 2nd half Buckeyes offense began to make a presence and on a QB keeper #42-Jose Biven pushed the Buckeyes down the field for 25 yds and helped to put Buckeyes first pts of the game on the board, but the Warriors held ground and the extra pt was prevented. Next Warriors series was a long drive eating up 6 minutes of clock with #43 Luis Zamora and #56-Juan Tafolla combining on a QB sack for a loss of 15yds and the Warriors turned the ball back over to the Buckeyes up 12 to  and less than four minutes to go.
    Buckeyes went to work and QB-Jose Bivens hit #43-Luis Zamora for a 24yd gain, on the next down Jose Bivens scrambling to keep Buckeyes alive found and open #31 for a 60yd touchdown and then on a 5yd pass found #43 once again just inside the endzone tying the game at 12pts. with 3 seconds left Jose Bivens hit #43-Luis Zamora for the extra point.  Warriors 12 vs Buckeyes 13.
    Coach by South Mountain alumni Roynaldo Plata, the Buckeys, with the win, improved to 2-1 in the Phoenix First Assembly based "AIM" football League (AIMFL).  They opened with a 25-12 come from behind win over Avondale.  The following week, Garcia lost 21-19 to the Tomahawks, coached by former Coach Mo speed Camper Hakim Hill (Running back for the Arena League Champion Las Vegas Gladiators).  The Buckeyes hare made up of players & alumni of the Murphy District.  The 12-14 year olds are also two time Rotary Cup  & Murphy league NFL Flag Football Campions.


    Tuesday, January 18
    GARCIA TACKLE FOOTBALL: FIRST ASSEMBLY LEAGUE
    2011 Garcia Tackle vs Wolves

     GARCIA GUACHOS UPDATES

    • 17 December: Won 26-12 Over Avondale 
    • 7 January: Lost 18-0 over PFA Crusaders
    • 14 January: Lost to PFA Wolves 19-13
    • 21 January: 7pm playoff game at Garcia

    Overall record: 5-2 overall, 2-2 in PFA league

     



    Thursday, December 30
    2010
    Wednesday, July 7
    ARENA LEAGUE RESULTS

    COFFELT 18, KUBAN 7

    Coffelt 18, Kuban 7 Elio Marcias scored on a deep pass to start the game and returned an interception for another for Coffelt.  Sammy Hernandez threw two touchdown passes.  One to Elio and another to Christina Haney.

    Click on pic's below for video highlights

          

    COFFELT 8, KUBAN  7 

    Elio Marcias made a big catch, scored and made the XP as Coffelt came back and with 5 seconds left as Coffelt stuns Kuban.
     



    Friday, December 10
    14U CHAMPIONSHIPS: HAMILTON WINS

    HAMILTON-COFFELT WINS ITS 3RD STRAIGHT TITLE

    (Alhambra Forfeits out)

    Round 1 

    Hamilton def Royal Palm

    Round 2 

    Hamilton vs Mountain View

    Round 3

    Hamilton 25, Mountain View 23

    Coach Rich Hernandez' Cardinals scored with 35 seconds left, then stopped a Mountain VIew extra point try with no time on the clock.



    2010 Garcia Play 60 1
    11U Champion Garcia Players take the field with Cardinals Players
    Tuesday, December 7
    GARCIA WINS SECOND STRAIGHT 11u TITLE

    11U Flag football Championship Series

    Round 1

    Garcia def Royal Palm

    Alhambra Def Garcia

    Round 2

    Garcia def Alhambra

    Hamilton def Royal Palm

    Round 3

    Hamilton def Alhambra

    Garcia def Alhambra

    CHAMPIONSHIP

    Garcia def Hamilton

     



    Friday, November 12
    Hamilton's Coffelt Cardinals win two at Little Canyon

    11U Coffelt 14, Alhambra 12

    14U Coffelt 30, Alhambra 6

     



    Saturday, October 30
    Flag Football: Royal Palm and Riverside Split

    14 & under score: Kingridge 18, Royal Palm 14
    11 & under score: Royal Palm 38, Kingsridge 34

     



    Friday, October 29
    Tackle Football: Garcia defeats Phoenix Christian

    GARCIA 24, PHOENIX CHRISTIAN 6

    G-Ysidro Ahumada\TD catch
    G-Ysidro Ahumada TD catch
    P-Ben.Williams Int
    Halftime Garcia 12-0
    P-Ben Williams Int TD
    G-Francisco Carrillo TD run
    G-Francisco Carrillo  Fumble  recovery TD
     



    Monday, October 25
    Murphy Monday Nite Football
    Monday Nite tackle football

    G- Ciscop Carrillo 50y run

    Sammy Hernandez int stops Garcia drive,

    G-Roman Ramirez 1yd run
    2pt run Carrillo,

    Halftime Garcia 14, Hamilton 0,

    G-Ysidro "Cheto" Ahumada TD run.

    G-Safety -

    Final: Garcia 22, Hamilton 0

    -Coach Mo


    Saturday, October 23
    FLAG FOOTBALL FRIDAYS

    AT ROYAL PALM

    14U Royal Palm 36, Alhambra 32

    11U Alhambra 35, Royal Palm 6

    AT KINGSRIDGE

    14U Riverside18, Hamilton 18

    11U Riverside 12, Hamilton Coffelt 6

     



    2010 TF Hamilton PC IIC
    Gold domers host Cougars in first ever tackle game at Hamilton
    Monday, October 18
    Tackle Football: Phoenix Christian 20, Hamiilton-Coffelt 0
    2010 TF Hamilton PC IIA

    Phoenix Christian's Kyle James scored two touchdowns as Christian spoiled Hamilton's home opener on Monday Night.  Nick Rogers had a good game on both sides of the ball, socoring a touchdown of his own midway through the second half.  Hamilton had two chances to scored after Christan turnovers both the Cougars defense led by Josiah run stuffing defensive line play held their own.  Both teams are 1-1.  Christian Plays Garcia next Monday, Hamilton Faces Garcia the following Saturday.

    PC Kyle James TD, Daniel Frampton 2pt

    PC James TD, Nick Rogers 2pt

    PC Rogers TD Ep Fail

    Final PC 5/6 20, Hamilton Coffelt 0



    2010 TF Hamilton PC IIC

    Thursday, October 14
    Flag Football Results

    Garcia, Hamilton, Secilla meet again before Cardinals Tournament 

    Garcia 30, Hamilton 0

    Garcia wins the Hamilton Pre tournament Classic with a 30-0 win,  Garcia, 2009 11U champs are looking like the team to beat in 2010.

    Hamilton 14U 8, Sevilla Ravens 8

    Hamilton and Sevilla Play to a tie.  Down at the two minute warning, Hamilton scored to avoid a first ever defeat to the Ravens.

     



    Tuesday, October 12
    MURPHY TEAMS SWEEP SEVILLA,

    Murphy Teams Warmup For Cardinals Tournament vs Sevilla 

    11u Hamilton 30, Sevilla Cards 0

    11u Garcia 40, Sevilla Chargers 0

    14U Hamilton 8, Sevilla Ravens 6

    Player of the game -Miguel Alvarez coming off the bench and engeneereing two touchdown passes late in the game and two point conversion pass for the tie

    honorable  Yieman Lopez , Luis Luque and AJ gutierrez and mauricio for shutting down the ravens offense in the second half
    Jose Alvarado 2 point conversion pass reception

    Hamilton vs. ravens 10/12
    Player of the game Jose Alvarado -1 touchdown on the ground and  2 interceptions 
     
    Honorable mention -Yieman Lopez , key interceptin in the end zone late in the game
     QB  Isaac Ramirez late drive and 2 point conversion for the win 
     

    11u Garcia 30, 14u Sevilla Ravens 0
     



    Saturday, October 2
    Murphy Tackle Begins, Hamilton Coffelt Upsets Phoenix Christian

    HAMILTON COFFELT 2, PHOENIX CHRISTIAN 0

    In a hard-fought defensive struggle, Hamilton Coffelt defeats a more experienced Phoneix Christian 2-0. Tommy Wells and Giavanni Altifimo sacked the Cougar Quarterback in the end zone late in the game to secure the win. Both offenses made at least two trips to the red zone, but defenses held up. Coffelt also had 4 interceptions.



    Saturday, July 10
    TACKLE FOOTBALL TO BE OFFERED THIS FALL
    PC Cougar
    Coach Mo is the head coach for Phoenix Christians HS track & JHS football teams

    This year, we will offer developmental tackle football as well as tackle.  Teams and players will be a part of the newly formed Phoenix Christian Youth Football.  Phoenix Christian Youth Football will be based out of The Phoenix Christian High School in central Phoenix.  Not limited to PC students, the league,will offer Jujior high, 12U and 10U tackle football and Arizona Cardinals flag football as well.  The league is ope to the public for both girls and boys.  

    All players are invited to try out and register for our new developmental tackle league.  We also have satallite teams and players that play for the Murphy Guachos, based at Art Hamilton elementary school.  More teams are being developed at Royal Palm school, Garcia and Kuban schools. 

    Contact Coach Mo for detail!!!

     



    Thursday, July 1
    Arena League Results

    White 24, Hamilton/Coffelt Black 6

    Elio Macias threw a TD pass to Christina Haney for Coffelt to close the gap 12-6 but Kuban White's Isaiah Morales threw  TD  passes to Gabe Lazos, Efren Lopez int and Jose Valdez.  Valdez also had had sack stopping and earlier Hamilton scoring drive.

    For game video click here

    Kuban 14u Girls 27 Black 0
    Maria Castillo scored twice, on another long touchdown run,and another on a pass from Alexis Ulman as Kubans girls sharpen their skills against a boys team, Ulman also threw a scoring pass to Laticia Franco .  Donna Juarez scored on a long interception return to cap the scoring. 

    Click here for game video
     

    White 18, Black 6.

    Gabe Lazos and Jose Valdez scored on TD passes from Isaiah Morales.  Efren Lopez scored on a interception return.

    Click here for game action



    Friday, June 25
    GIRLS FIRST EVER ARENA LEAGUE GAME AT KUBAN

    MURPHY GIRLS ARENA LEAGUE FOOTBALL 

    14U

    BLACK TEAM 12, WHITE TEAM 6

    GIRLS ARENA FOOTBALL: Kuban's Maria Castillo scored two touchdowns in the first all girls football game in a 12-6 win for the Black team as our "Lady Sport" Project hosts its first Arena football league at Kuban School. 

    Castillo scored on the opening play on a Castillo scored again on a leaping pass reception from Ulman to seal the win. 

    White scored on Jazmin Rodriguez interception return for a touchdown late in the game.

     

    Friday, June 25
    KUBAN ARENA LEAGUE RESULTS

    MURPHY ARENA LEAGUE FLAG FOOTBALL 

    11u Boys

    KUBAN BLACK 14, KUBAN WHITE 0

    Isaiah Morales intercepted a pass early in the game and returned for a touchdown as the Kuban Black Team deteated the White Team 14-0.  Morales later connected with Tommy Wells on a touchdown pass play.  The two later connected on a two point conversion. 

    The White team threatened twice early in the game but failed to score.



    Wednesday, December 30
    2009
    2009 TNF Hamilton 10U champs


    Wednesday, December 31
    2008
    Saturday, November 1
    ART HAMILTON WINS 14u STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
    FF08 Hamilton 14U champs
    Murphy Based Art Hamilton (West Side Weasels) wins the 14U title

    at Isaac School 

    SEMIFINAL

     

    HAMILTON 48, YOUNGTOWN 8

    Jose Brito scored 3 touchdowns, Dion Vance, Hector Sanchez and Orlando Thomas scored on touchdown passes from Pedro Hernandez .

    ISAAC 28, KUBAN 12

    Angel Duran (twice), Albert Rodriquez and Thomas Martinez scored for Isaac.

     

    CHAMPIONSHIP

    HAMILTON 32, ISAAC 24

    Dion Vance scored the game winning touchdown after a Jose Brito scored on his second touchdown catch from a Pedro Hernandez pass.  Pedro threw 4 touchdown passes for Hamiton.  Hector Sanchez also scored a towuchdown for Hamilton.  Andre Thompson, Jose Diaz, Ricardo Rodriguez, & Chris Juaez scored touchdown passes for Isaac.

     



    Saturday, November 1
    SUMIT WINS 12 STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

    SEMI FINALS 

    ART HAMILTON (MASSACHUSETTS) 22, ISAAC CARDINALS 0

    Cesar Quintero, Isaac Ramirex & Jason Sanchez scored for Hamilton.

     

    SUMMITT 20, KUBAN 0

    Cameron Keys, Gabe Cordoza & Devin Walter (from Daniel Wright) scored for Summit.

     

     

    CLASS B STATE CHAMPIONSHIP 

    SUMMIT 7, HAMILTON 0

    Daniel Wright threw a touchdown pass to Gabrial Huerta at the 7 minute mark and Summit wins the league's state championship game.



    FF08 Coach Rattay speaks
    Legendary high school coach Jim Rattay (Cesar Chavez) and Coach Gill speak.

    Saturday, November 1
    STATE CHAMPIONSHIP MATCHUPS

    Saturday, 1 November 

    At Isaac Middle School (35th ave & McDowell)

     Point of contact: 623-340-7530 (Cindy Martinez),  (602) 561-3826 (Coach Alex)

     

    12U State
    10am-Westside Weasels (Hamilton) vs Isaac A
    10am-Summitt vs Kuban


    1045:  STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

     

    14U
    1130: Isaac A vs  Kuban
    1130: Westside Weasels (Hamilton) vs Youngtown

    1215:  STATE CHAMPIONSHIP



    Sunday, October 26
    Public School League Champions

    Thursday, October 23
    2008 City League Champions

    Thursday, October 23
    9U's: New York Beats Arizona to win 9U City Championship

    In a battle of unbeatens, New York beat Arizona (Art Hamilton) to win the 2008 9U City Championship.  New York finished with a 4-0 record and scored more than any 9U team in league history.



    Saturday, October 25
    Massachusetts Beats California and Iowa to win City Championship
    08FF Renee coaches at Cities
    Massachusetts sizes up Kuban at the City Championship
    Massachusetts (Art Hamilton School), also known as the Westside Weasels, beat California 40-0 and then had their way against Iowa to win the City League Championship.  Aaron Ledford, Jason Sanchez, Aaron Saiz, Isaiah Ledford, Isaac Ramirez & Cesar Cotero all scored touchdowns and made big defensive plays.  They beat Kuban 32-6

    Saturday, October 25
    Public School League (PSL) City Championship
    08FF Royal Palm Player on the run

     12U

    Summit School defeats Isaac School & Royal Palm school to win the Public School League  City Championship

    City Championship

    Summitt 26, Royal Palm 6 

    Preliminary round 

    Summitt 22, Isaac B 6

     Royal Palm School Championship

    Royal Palm Georgia 26, Royal Palm Arkansas 12

    Sean Seiz scored four touchdowns, Kyle Gerkey & Jose Jiminez scored extra points for Georgia.  Nick Cooper & Yusmanis Marer? scored for Arkansas.

     

    14U

    Preliminary Round 

    Isaac 40, Royal Palm B 6

    Youngtown 8, Royal Palm Georgia 6

    City Championship 

    Isaac 20, Youngtown 7

    Jorge Diaz, Christian Balles, Robert Baca scored for Isaac. 



    Friday, October 24
    KUBAN vs ISAAC Game (10-24-08)

    14U    Smith Park 42

    14U    ISAAC         20

     

    12U    Smith Park 44

    12U    ISAAC          0

     



    08FF Christina
    Tough Lil Miss Christina scores twice, click on the pic for video!
    Monday, October 20
    11U Travel team (The Weasels) compete in Arizona Regional NFL Flag Tournament
    08FF Cassius drops to pass
    Cassius drops to pass, click on the pic to view video....

    08FF Weasels set
    Weasels offense gets set, click on the video for an exciting TD run...

    Monday, October 13
    HAMILTON'S 9u CARDINALS WIN AT SUMMIT
    08FF Arizona bench
    Arizona players at Summit: CLick on the pick to view the gtame clinching TD run

    ARIZONA (HAMILTON) 28, SUMMIT 12

    Stingers struck first but couldn't convert the extra point. Arizona quickly came back next drive. Both teams played well and it looked like it was going to Be a battle of the stingers running game vs the Arizona air attack. It stayed close until late in the game when arizonas defense intercepted a pass and Ran it back for the touchdown. That score took them up 28 to 12 and that was the final score. Arizona with the victory away from home.

     



    Wednesday, October 15
    Arizona beats Texas, to face New York for City Championship

    Final Score:

    AZ (Danny/Rich)        28

    Texas (EZ)                   14

     

     

    Game was good.  Kids had a great time and 2 minutes to game over AZ player Elio intercepts ball and scores a touchdown to win the game!  Way to go Elio! 



    FF08 Summit QB aims
    Sunday, October 5
    Photo's from Last Weekends Games At Summit
    FF08 Summitt sideline

    FF08 Summit RB

    FOOTBALL SCHEDULES

    CLASS B (14u)

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    CLASS C (12u)

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    CURRENT FOOTBALL STANDINGS

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    http://www.eteamz.com/coachmofootball/standings/index.cfm?season=532943&division=4876969

    CLASS D (9u)

     http://www.eteamz.com/coachmofootball/standings/index.cfm?season=532943&division=4876613



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    Friday, October 3
    Football Scores

    LOUISIANA 24, ARKANSAS 0

     Isaiah Acuna, Rene Juanuntona, Isaiah Enriquea and Christian scored

     

    MICHIGAN  28, GEORGIA  12

    Chris &, Calvin West, Keyshon Mitchell and Cassius Peat scored for Michigan.  Calvin threw three touchdown passes for Michigan.  Calvin scored on an interception return. 

     

    MICHIGAN 7, MINNESOTA 7

    Chris West scored for Michigan in a tough one that ended in a tie.

     

    LOUISIANA 12, ALABAMA 0

    James Gomez and Chris Matraramos scored for Louisiana.



    Thursday, October 2
    October 2nd Results
    Massachusetts vs M
    Massachusetts (white) beats up on Michigan

    9U

    NEW YORK 42, OHIO 0

    ARIZONA 42, TEXAS 7 

     

    12U

    MASSACHUSETTS 30, MICHIGAN 6

     

    MICHIGAN 30, CALIFORNIA 28

    Travon Mitchell, Calvin West, Keyshon Mitchell and Chris West scored touchdowns.  Calvin West and Cassius Peat threw touchdown passes.  Calvin, Chris and Cassius had interceptions.

     



    08FF Michigan
    Michigan bounced back and edged California

    Wednesday, October 15
    Arizona beats Texas, to face New York for City Championship

    Final Score:

    AZ (Danny/Rich)        28

    Texas (EZ)                   14

     

     

    Game was good.  Kids had a great time and 2 minutes to game over AZ player Elio intercepts ball and scores a touchdown to win the game!  Way to go Elio! 



    Friday, September 26
    Geogia, Michigan win at Royal Palm

    Georgia 20, Louisiana 12

    Georgia's Sean Shans scored twice for Georga and Kyle Gerkey added another touchdown and an interception.  Isaiah Acuna scored twice for Louisiana.  Araru had a big catch for Louisiana.

    Georgia 36, Arkansas  18

    Sean Shans scored three touchdowns and Kyle Gerkey two as Grogia beats Arkansas.  Gerkey (3) and Shans combined for four interceptions.  Xavier Avina had an interception and two extra point conversions.  Arkansas was led by Jose Jiminez' two touchdowns and another by Anas Rahama

    Michigan  36, Arkansas 14

    Chistopher West scored 4 times, three on interceptions.  Calvin West added an interception return for a TD and threw 3 touchdown passes,  returns as Michigan rolls.  Morgan Schroder and Jose Jiminez had two interceptions and a touchdown for Arkansas.

    Michigan 18, Alabama 16

    Michigan beat Alabama in a close one.  Chris West, Travon & Keshon Mitchell scored touchdowns for Michigan.  Calvin Mitchell added an interception.  Conrado Martinez & Leono scored for Alabama.  Benny Garcia added an interception.



    Monday, September 29
    Arizona Team Gathering After Win Over Ohio

    Fresh off a win over rival Ohio (see picture below), Ariona practiced this past Saturday at Cofelt Park and afterwards enjoyed pizza and soda.  The kids discussed plays and also the coaches talked to the kids about listening and respecting their parents.   All enjoyed a good time!  Arizona beat Ohio 36-12 last Thursday night. 

     

     

     



    08 FF Player scrambles

    Sunday, September 28
    Minnesota upends California

    Iowa  (Kuban) 32, California 14

    Iowa scored on all but one possesion in a big win over California.  Fernando Hernandez threw  touchdown passes to Jose Bivens (2) and Jose Valenzuela for Iowa.  Bivens scored again on a running play and Hernandez scored on an interception return in Iowa's win.



    Friday, October 3
    KUBAN MINNESOTA 46, YOUNGTOWN OKLAHOMA 32

    Saturday, September 20
    Smith Park Opens up at Isaac (14U's)

    (W) IsaacB 18  vs. (L) Smith Park 14

    Highlights: 

    Odelon Hernandez & Jose Dominguez scored for Smith Park. 


    (W) IsaacA 46  vs. (L) Smith Park 30

    Highlights:

    Odelon Hernandez,Fernando Hernandez, Gabriel Guerrero (twice) scored touchdowns for Smith.


     
    12U
    (L) IsaacB 6 vs. (W) Smith Park 30

    Fernando Hernandez scored 1st TD w/ 2 extra points. Aldo Chipres intercepted and scored  TD w/ 2 extra points. Luis Jimenez & Jose Bivens also scored.
     
    (L) IsaacA 6 vs. (W) Smith Park 28

    Highlights:

    Luis Jimenez, Dominic Orona, Fernando Hernandez, and Ezequiel Jimenez all scored touchdowns.

     

     

     



    Sunday, September 21
    12 U Result: California 18, Massachusetts 12

    Massachusetts came back at the two minute warining, but California answered immediately with a long score in a hard fought one.

    HIGHLIGHTS:  Michael Peshlakai, Kenneth Moore and Tilasha “T.T.” Okey caught touchdown passes from Ezequiel “E.J.” Quintero.



    Sunday, September 21
    9U Season Opening Scores

    Texas 14 Ohio  7

    Texas beat Ohio in a close one. Texas' touchdowns were scored by Augustin Lujan and Gregory Gonzalez. Touchdown passes by Adam Gutierrez.


    New york 20, Arizona 12

    New York led early and hung on in a good game.  A score late in the game held off an Arizona comeback.  Although the kids of AZ did not win they came back strong in the 2nd half!  They played a good game and the kids learned some new plays.  We had one child get injured but he pressed on and finished playing to the end!  What a trooper he was.

    Thursday (630pm)
    New york vs Texas
     Arizona vs Ohio 
     
    2 October (630pm)
    New york vs Ohio
    Arizona vs Texas

    Click below for the league schedule or clisk on the "Results & schedule" bar on the main menu.

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    Tuesday, September 2
    Coaches Meeting minutes & rules updates

    Minutes from our last meeting.....

    Instructional League (First & Foremost)

    -          Kids are 1st.

    -          Coaches will act as refs.

    ·         Offensive coach in backfield (correct players on spot).

    ·         Defensive coach on sideline

    - Ref with integrity, if player is slightly out, your call, but be fair. (Ex. If it was a great run and player barely steps out, let them play.)

    -  Playoffs will have official refs so coaches can JUST coach.

    - There will be school leagues and independent leagues divided up into 3 classes.

                    * Class A will be 14 & under

                    * Class B will be 12 & under

                    * Class C will be 9 & under

    - Younger teams will play first followed by games starting 45mins after the first game at 10am (Ex. One game starts at 10am, the next will start at 10:45am).

    -  We will have our own AAU Championship.

                    * Teams should have played at least 4 games prior to playoffs.

    * Series will start Oct 25th & go thru Nov. 1st, there will be a break and the series will resume on Nov 14th..

    - Our possible tournament is set for Oct. 11th, more details to come.

    - Cardinals will have a tournament on Oct. 19th.

                    * Teams need to register now and speak with Coach Mo since each school is different.

    * Teams will be made up of 10 players and coaches will need to have a copy of their birth certificates.

    * Coaches remember that if you are in this tournament then you will want to practice and not have any games scheduled for Oct. 11th.

    - Make up games will most likely be played on Thurs. and need to be made thru the coaches. (This means Coaches schedule the games and decide on what field.)

    - Coaches send Coach Mo an email on players that did a great job.

     

    Rules:

    -         We go by NFL Flag Football rules with a few minor exceptions listed below:

    ·        A player CAN run interceptions back for a touchdown.

    ·        There is allowed a rusher that will stand 7 yards back.

    ·        Quarterback CAN NOT run.

    ·        Pitches ARE allowed.

    ·        For safeties there will be two ways: Quarterback drops ball in end zone is 2 points & 2nd is if quarterback's flag is pulled.  

    ·        If quarterback's arm is hit at any point then it is an automatic first down.

    ·        1st Down is mid-field: 

    ** You get Three downs to get to mid-field.

    ** 4th down in red zone & red zone is A NO RUN ZONE.

    ·        No mercy rule, score should stop being taken at 42 points.

    ·        Home team and winners need to report scores to Coach Mo by Sunday.

    ·        Game is for 20mins, no halves.

     



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    Players warmup for season at annual Cardinals NFL Flag halftime scrimmage....
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    Wednesday, January 31
    2007
    Wednesday, November 14
    Field of Dreams Bowl/Class B Fall Championships: Outsiders stop Youngtown
    2007 FF Class C FCS champ Outsiders
    Outsiders updend Youngtown to win Class C title

    Top ranked Outsiders and Youngtown played a tight first half.  The Outsiders went up early 7-0 as Kake Macey threw a TD pass to David Pineda.  Later in game Youngtown scored on a long play on their own as Alex Silva connected with Michael Ramos on a long pass play.

    In the second half, Macey & Pineda connected again on a long pass play, getting deep into Youngtown territory.  The two connected on the next play for a score.  The extra point failed and the Outsiders led 13-7.  The teams trade possesions with the Outsiders moving the ball a little better than the bigger Youngtown team.  Midway in the second half, the Outsiders trappped the Youngtown quarterback for a safety and a 15-7 lead.

    Down and with less than a minute left, Youngtown intercepted a Outsiders pass.  With good field position, they had time to force the game into overtime.  Youngtown did a good job working the sidelines and the clock completing 3 straight passes and getting deep into Putsiders territory.  The quarterback  Alex Silva threw another scoring strike to Ramos  and Youngtown was down by two.  Needing a two point conversion, Yountown went to the corner of the end zone, but the pass was incomplete.

     



    Thursday, November 15
    Field of Dreams Bowl: Outsiders beat Hamiton, win Class B Fall Title
    2007 FF Outsiders class B champs
    Outsiders outlast Hamilton to win the Class B title

    Outsiders, Hamilton

    In the 4th meeting between these two teams, the Outsiders went up early on Hamilton in a manner of seconds.   The Outsider’s Steve Ramirez ended up wit the ball in his hand as Hamilton mishandled the football in the end zone.   Then after a missed extra point play, the outsiders scored a safety to make the score 8-0 in the opening seconds.  Joseph Federico then went deep to Larry Himes, Jr as the Outsiders took a 14-0 lead.  Hamilton’s bad start and multiple dropped passes would come back to haunt them later.

    Midway through the first half, Antonio Altermirano threw a scoring pass to Bobby Vargas to make the score 14-6.   But the Outsiders struck right back as Federico hit Maurice Santibanez to go up 21-7.  The Outsiders scored again before the half to make the score 27-6.   

    In the second half, Hamilton came storming back as Antonio threw another touchdown  pass and the Weasels returned and interception for another score.  But it was too little too late, and The Outsiders went on to win 27-24.



    Sunday, November 18
    Football Scores

    11U results

     

        Sat 11/17/07 12pm Youngtown: 35 - Isaac Longhorns: 7  
        Sat 11/17/07 12pm Outsiders: 37 - Isaac Buckeyes: 14

     

    14U

     

        Sat 11/17/07 12pm Isaac Sun Devils: 38 - Youngtown: 0  
        Sat 11/17/07 12pm Outsiders: 36 - Isaac Jayhawks: 12

     

     



    Thursday, November 22
    Royal Palm Turkeyshoot Results
    2007 FF Kuban sideline at Royal Palm
    Coach Rick directs traffic & Kuban 11U players watch as 14Us hold on for a win

    Royal Palm Alabama 14, Kuban 0

     Castro Wilder scores on two 40 yard runs to lead Alabama.

     

    Kuban 18, Royal Palm Ohio 12

     Kuban answered Royal Palm touchdowns with scores of their own and two point conversions.  Gabrial scored twice for Kuban.

     

    Royal Palm Varsity 19, Kuban 6 

    Char Hatfield and Benny Garcia play big and score for Royal Palm

     



    Thursday, November 22
    Images from Royal Palm Turkey Shoot
    2007 FF Royal Palm cheer C
    Pride: Royal Palm Cheerleaders bring the noise.

    2007 FF Royal Palm Coach Bill victory
    Sportsmanship: Players exchange post game handshakes.

    Friday, November 16
    Class B Final Fall standings
    Team: GP W L T Pave PF PA PCT SO
      Outsiders 8 8 0 0 35.88 287 92 1.000 2
      Isaac Jayhawks 3 3 0 0 32.00 96 50 1.000 0
      Art Hamilton 8 4 4 0 28.63 229 139 0.500 1
      Vernell Coleman 6 3 3 0 25.83 155 117 0.500 1
      Youngtown 5 2 3 0 13.80 69 135 0.400 0
      Kuban 5 1 4 0 13.80 69 166 0.200 0
      Isaac Sun Devils 3 0 3 0 17.00 51 115 0.000 0
      Royal Palm Ohio 3 0 3 0 6.00 18 118 0.000 0
      Garcia 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.000 0
      Royal Palm Alaska 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.000 0


    Friday, November 16
    Class C (11U) Final Standings
    Team: GP W L T Pave PF PA PCT SO
      Outsiders 7 7 0 0 31.43 220 34 1.000 4
      Art Hamilton 6 4 2 0 20.17 121 52 0.667 2
      Youngtown 8 5 3 0 16.38 131 113 0.625 2
      Vernell Coleman 2 1 1 0 9.50 19 42 0.500 0
      Summitt 7 3 3 1 16.71 117 94 0.429 2
      Royal Palm Alabama 6 2 4 0 12.67 76 104 0.333 2
      Isaac Longhorns 3 1 2 0 11.67 35 45 0.333 1
      Kuban 6 1 4 1 9.00 54 216 0.167 0
      Isaac Buckeyes 3 0 3 0 9.00 27 65 0.000 0
      Glendale 1 0 1 0 13.00 13 26 0.000 0
      Royal Palm Georgia 2 0 2 0 0.00 0 64 0.000 0


    Saturday, November 10
    14U Results: Outsiders shell Yountown, Hamilton by forfeit over Coleman

    It will be the Outsiders vs Hamilton in the Fall championships Wednesday nite at The Feild of Dreams Bowl.  The Outsiders finish unbeaten with a 42-0 win over Youngtown.  THey have already beaten Hamilton 3 times this season.  Hamilton get s in as a vastly improved Vernel Coleman no-showed.  The game was highly anticipated.

    Gametime Wednesday is 630.

     



    Saturday, November 10
    11U results: Youngtown upsets Hamilton, will face #1 Outsiders Wednesday

    Once the leagues door mat, Youngtown's 11U's have advanced to the Field of Dreams Bowl Wednesday night with a big win over Art Hamilton 16-12.  Youngtown came into the game ranked #2, Hamilton was #3, but playing at home.  It was the second time in a row Youngtown beat Hamilton.

    Vernel Coleman no-showed, so the #1 ranked Outsiders will face #2 Youngtown Wednesday in the Field of Dreams Bowl.

     



    Saturday, November 10
    Top 3: League Rankings, Coach Mo Football

    Class B (14U)

    #1.  Outsiders:  (7-0)  Class of the league.  Beat up Yountown 56-0.  Takes on Hamilton Wednesday for Fall title.

    2.  Isaac Jayhawks (3-0)  Will be a force in the winter league. They get a taste of the league.  They face the Outsiders next week.

    3.  Hamilton (4-3)  All  3 losses to Outsiders.  Other than that, they are dominant.

    Class C

    #1.  Outsiders (6-0): Beat up on everybody.  Yet to face Hamilton though.  Fall title game vs Youngtown a biggie.

    2.  Youngtown  (5-2):  Moved up like the Jefferson's after consecutive wins over Hamilton.

    3.  Hamilton (4-2):  Will have to regroup after consecutive losses.

     



    Saturday, November 10
    2007 Fall Championship Series: Field of Dreams Bowl, Presented by The Phoenix Rotary 100

    530pm

    11U

    #1 Phoenix Outsiders vs Youngtown Cardinals

    The Outsiders have breezed though the regular season, including a 38-14 win over Youngtown earlier this year.  Both are on top of their games having recently played in the Arizona Cardinals regionals two weeks ago.  This is the best matchup since the outsiders faced Desert West in the Indoor series three years ago.  Youngtown joined the league in 2005, they have found the going rough, but it has paid off.  They beat a favored #3 Hamilton two ties in a row, now they take on #1.  This will be fun. 

     

    14U

    #1 Phoenix Outsiders vs #2 Westside Weasels (Hamilton)

    Coach Federico predicted this weeks ago.  He has a lot of respect for the Weasels per conversation last week.  But it will be showtime Wednesday.  The Outsiders and the Weasels bothhave something in common.  Both groups have played together for years.  Coach Renee's team started with Coach Mo 3 years ago and have had great success since Renee arrived fron Boston.  Her players have won titles in the Murphy district and the AAU.  The Outsiders have dominated very league they have played in.

    It's Doomsday Wednesday....... for somebody. 



    Friday, November 9
    Isaac conference

    11U longhorns vs buckeyes
             21              0
     
    14U jayhawks vs sun devils
              45-         25 

     



    Monday, November 5
    Results From Saturday the 3rd

    scores for Nov 3 game
    > 11U Buckeyes vs kuban
    > 21 26


    > 11U Longhorns vs Summit
    > 0 26


    > 14U Sun Devils vs Kuban
    > 26 28


    > 14U jayhawks vs Kuban
    > 24 7

     



    Monday, November 5
    Monday Nite Football at Royal Palm

    11U

    Youngtown 27, Royal Palm Alabama 12

    Behind 6-0 at halftime and a playoff bid for Royal Palm Alabama at stake, Youngtown fought off an improved Royal Palm Alabama and pulled away for the win.  Royal Palm went up 6-0 on a 45 yard interception midway in the first half.  Royal Palm had 3 interceptions in the first haft, stopping Yountown apparent scoring drives.  In the second half, Youngtown, the leagues second ranked team and fresh off an appearance in the NFL Flag football regionals, went deep on the first play making the scored 6 each.  After another interception, Alabama answered with a long touchdown pass with "D" going deep to Wesley for 40 yards putting Royal Palm up 12-6.  Youngtown went on to score 21 unanswered points, mostly on deep passes.  Royal Palm will host  Vernel Coleman in a bowl game on November 19th.

    14U 

     Youngtown 20, Royal Palm 6

    Royal Palm scored on it's irst possesion to take a 6-0 lead, but Youngtown, going deep on almost every play, capitalized on opportunity to beat Royal Palm Ohio 20-6.  The game was a lot closer than the score indicated as both teams had problems with their running and short passing games.  Both chose to go deep in the second half with Youngtown winning the air-war and qualifying for this weekends fall campionship series at Art Hamilton Saturday.  Royal Palm will host a bowl game on the 19th against Vernel Coleman.

     



    Thursday, November 1
    Kuban Players Participate In Camp Sponsored By Cardinals, SRP
    2007 Kuban kids camp Ben Patrick 2 Group
    Players pose for photo with Cardinals tight end Ben Patrick
    Salt River Project Kids Camp Benefits Kuban Football Players


    The free program for children, ages 7-14, features educational and recreational benefits in a safe and fun environment.  The camp consisted of a short motivational speech by Arizona Cardinals player Ben Patrick and participated in a interactive play area comprised of five stations teaching non-contact football skills such as catching and throwing.

    The programs run in conjunction with the physical education departments at each school.


    2007 regionals Outsiders
    Outsiders "man-up" for regionals
    Saturday, October 27
    Teams compete in regionals
    2007 regionals Youngtown
    Youngtown players pose before taking on opponents
    The Outsiders and Youngtown both competed in the Arizona Cardinals NFL flag football regionals in Gilbert on 27 October.  45 teams from Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Nevada competes.  Over 400 athletes were on hand.  The Outsiders and Youngtown had one loss each and fell just a few points short of making the playoff finals.

    Thursday, November 1
    Hamilton Intramural results
    The A Squad -12 vs The Huskies - 6 With much improvement on both teams and new players stepping up, the A squad scored first when using Maricio Mais as quarterback, he hit Cesar Quintero on 3rd and long to keep the ball in the hands of the A squad. On the next possession quarterback Cesar hit DeAndre Ames on a short pass in the middle of the field for 2 yards and he added another 11 yards to put them at 2nd and little yards for goal on short yardage they found the end zone, but could not convert. After the first touchdown of the game by The A Squad; The Huskies tried to answer on the connections to obtain the first down but failed to complete and turned the ball back over on downs. The A squad unable to connect returned the ball to The Huskies to end the half with the A Squad on top 6 – 0. Second half The Huskies struck on their first possession with Quarterback Jason Sanchez on a reverse gained the first down and some. On next possession quarterback Jason Sanchez hit Dravon Ames who took it all the way for the touch down, and they could not convert the extra point. The next possession The A Squad on three misconnects turned the ball over on downs and the stepped up defense of The A Squad had the ball quickly intercepted. Working at a fast pace the A Squad scored, but once again failed on the extra point. With less than 3 minutes to try and tie the score the Huskies could not get in synch to make it happen and the game ended after completing the first series of downs.

    Saturday, October 27
    Results From Saturday
    11u - Summit 18 vs isaac buckeyes 6  improved offense kept summit ahead until the 2nd half when isaac was able to put together an offenseive drive for a touchdown.

    11u - Vernel coleman 19 vs isaac sun devils 14 the offense of vernel kept the ball moving at will through the first half of the game, until isaac began to put together a defensive pressure to turn the ball over and give themselves a chance to gain momemtum through the second half. Making this a tight game throught the last 4 minutes, but vernel coleman returned to their focus and shut isaac down on two drives to keep the lead and win the game.

    14u - Hamilton 44 vs isaac longhorns 0 The longhorns came to play but were out matched by the speed and defense of hamilton with 6 interceptions three returned for touchdowns and one by Bobby Vargas at the the 5 yds on the opening drive of isaac. the a safety, rushed by Bobby Vargas and two touchdowns later the game was out of hand before the second half began.

    14u - Vernel coleman 18 vs isaac jayhawks 27 coming off of the earlier win, vernel hit early for its first touchdown but isaac jayhawks would not go as easy; it was back and forth for the first quarter.  Then in the second half it was a game of good defense by both team holding until vernel snuck a quick hit touchdown in on isaac and isaac returned the favor a few minutes later and roared to finish ahead of vernel coleman with a win.


    2007 FF 14U Coleman QB
    Coleman's new quarterback threw strikes all day long
    Saturday, October 20
    CLASS B RESULTS: Coleman takes two, Outsiders beat Hamilton
    2007 FF 14U Coleman bench 2
    Two wins put Coleman in second place
        Sat 10/20/07 12pm Vernel Coleman 40, Kuban 28  
        Sat 10/20/07 12pm Vernel Coleman 35, Youngtown 7  
        Sat 10/20/07 12pm

    Outsiders 24, Hamilton 20

     

     

    Class B Top 3

    1. Outsiders:  Outclassing, outscoring

    2. Vernel Coleman:  New quarterback, team jelling

    3. Hamilton:  Still a good team, 0-3 vs Outsiders

     



    Saturday, October 20
    CLASS C RESULTS: Outsiders still unbeaten, Youngtown beats Hamilton
    2007 FF Hamilton vs Kuban 11U Kuban benc
        Sat 10/20/07 12pm Hamilton 38, Kuban 0  
        Sat 10/20/07 12pm Youngtown 14, Hamilton 8  
        Sat 10/20/07 12pm Outsiders 38, Youngtown 14

     

    Class B Top 3

    1.  Outsiders: Rally in win over tough Youngtown

    2. Youngtown:  Beat Hamilton at home

    3. Hamilton:  Beat Kuban but lost to Youngtown

     



    Sunday, October 21
    Hamilton Intramural Play
    10/18 (11U) – The A Squad 7 vs. Hamilton Huskies 6

    It was a very good defensive game with both sides unable to complete a first down until the second half of the game.  Quarterback Cesar Quintero hit DeAndre Ames for a long first down with 5 minutes left in the game. He then hit Dravon Ames for the touchdown and converted on the extra point.  With 3 minutes left, on a double reverse between Jason Sanchez and Mauricio Mais, Jason threw a dart on a slant pass to Isaac Ramirez who scampered forward for the first down.  With time ticking Jason then hit Mauricio for the touchdown, deciding to go for a tie and chance to win the Huskies couldn’t connect as the A Squad tightened defense and prevented the tie.

     

    Also, on 10/17

    The Westside Weazels (14U) played Coffield - - Westside Weazels 41 vs. Coffield 6

    Coffield was no match for the clicking Weazels who moved the ball at will and with depth on defense kept the D tight on Coffield until the end of the game; where due to a loss of focus Huskies gave up the only touchdown Coffield constructed.



    Saturday, October 13
    Class C Scores: Outsiders, Hamilton beat tough Royal Palm Alabama
        Sat 10/13/07 12pm Art Hamilton: 14 - Royal Palm Alabama: 8  
        Sat 10/13/07 12pm Outsiders: 14 - Royal Palm Alabama: 0


    Saturday, October 13
    Class B Scores
        Sat 10/13/07 12pm Outsiders: 28 - Vernell Coleman: 0