Camarillo Roadrunners Seniors Silver: Road to Super Bowl XIII

Sept. 3rd: Seniors Silver Rock Camarillo Jamboree

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If preseason play is any indicator of a great team, then Seniors Silver has what it takes to go all the way. (Of course, those of us watching on the sidelines during practice were already in on the league's best kept secret - Silver's powerful defense.) In an amazing show of defensive strength and stamina, Seniors Silver rocked the Camarillo Jamboree on Saturday, September 3rd. Four teams, count 'em--Newbury Park, Channel Islands, Oxnard and Agoura--were unable to score a single touchdown on Silver's tough defense throughout the two hours of afternoon play.

Looks like we've got ourselves a season! Silver Rocks!!!



Sept. 10th: Put Game One in the "W" Column

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The Seniors Silver game opener began with more than a few tense moments and proved to be a real nail-biter until the bitter end.  Although Ventura was first to score, Seniors Silver answered quickly with a score of their own. Play was tense as the two teams traded touchdown for touchdown. However, in the final two minutes, Seniors Silver prevailed to win the battle 30 to 22. 






Sept. 17th: Seniors Silver "Titan" the Noose on Thousand Oaks

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In their second game and victory of the season, Seniors Silver came out smoking!  Logan Meyer returned the opening kick-off deep into Titan territory.  Silver fumbled the ball on the next possession but strong defensive play, along with a quarterback sack by George Garcia, forced the Titans into a quick punting situation.  Weston Denham successfully blocked the Titans' punt setting up an easy touchdown on the next play by Dylan Davis.  The two-point conversion was made by Tieler Souza on a quarterback keep.


Dylan Davis visited familiar territory during the next Silver scoring drive taking the ball into the endzone for another six points; while Daniel Aslan ran it in for the two-point conversion.  Just when you thought it couldn't get any better, the Souza tag team went into motion with a family scoring drive of Tieler: 6 and, Tanner: 2.  Not to be outdone by the dynamic duo, Dylan Davis left the Titans in the "artificial" dust with a long, lonely run to the endzone - wish I'd counted how many yards he ran, suffice it to say, it was a lot!


By the end of the first half the game was . . . well half over . . . and technically completely over for six outstanding Silver players who were forced into early retirement due to PYFL fair play rules.  The remaining Silver players held the Titans scoreless for the second half of the game.  Honorable mentions for outstanding contributions during the last half of the game go to George Garcia and Junior Martinez for each recovering fumbles and Dylan Pendleton for an interception.  The final score of the game was Seniors Silver 30, Titans White 0.        



Sept. 24th: Seniors Silver Claw the Cougars 26 - 6

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Seniors Silver came out roaring at the Cougars this past Saturday in the first home game of the season.  Seniors Silver were led by quarterback, Tieler Souza, who completed nine of 11 passes for 160 yards.  Daniel Aslan began the game-scoring with a powerful nine yard run into the endzone. In addition to two touchdown passes, Tieler also ran for a touchdown.   Dylan Davis and Brennan Monro caught touchdown passes of 29 yards and 47 yards respectively.  Contributing to the offensive attack was Logan Meyer who caught three passes for 57 yards.  Wes Denham sparked the Special Teams by blocking a punt while Dillon Cleavenger quickly made the recovery.  Monro added a pass interception late in the game.  The defense was anchored by the strong linebacker play of George Garcia, Dylan Davis, Zach Hoffman, Logan Meyer, Nate Anderson, A.J. Ahearn, Daniel Aslan and Brennan Monro.  Top defensive performers were Nate Anderson with 13 tackles, A.J. Ahearn with 13 tackles and Jorge Martinez with nine tackles. 



Oct. 1st: CI Warriors No Worries for Silver - Final Score 28-0

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Fog and tension filled the afternoon air on Saturday as Seniors Silver faced the Channel Islands Warriors in what proved to be an exciting display of offensive prowess and defensive skill.  The start of the game was fraught with controversy as coaches and referees sorted out rules and regulations.  Ultimately, Seniors Silver overcame the conflict by doing what they do best—proving themselves on the field; and prove themselves they did, winning the game 28 to 0.



An all out offensive attack was led by Daniel Aslan and Dylan Davis.  Aslan ran for 144 yards on 15 carries and scored two touchdowns.  Not to be outdone, Davis ran for 94 yards on two carries, scoring two touchdowns.  Quarterback Tieler Souza ran for 33 yards on four carries and completed five passes for 69 yards.  Tanner Souza picked up 30 yards on five carries.


The remaining offensive line did an outstanding job in receptions and blocking down the field.  Kudos to Brennan Monro, Logan Meyer, George Garcia, Dylan Pendleton, Dillon Cleavenger, Mark Berry, Louie Jablonicky, Brenden Nelford, and Jason Baker.



Defense was phenomenal recording another shutout by a determined defensive line.  Zach Hoffman had two key interceptions and Jordan Frederick was on the sack attack.  Leading the team with eight tackles was George Garcia, followed by Dylan Davis and Zach Hoffman with six each and A.J. Ahearn earning five.  Seniors Silver Rocks!



Oct. 8th: Silver Steals Past Newbury Park- Final Score 35-8

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Remember the coyote-chasing roadrunner cartoon?  Well, just like the fabled cartoon character, this Roadrunner team is proving to be unstoppable!



Seniors Silver continued their undefeated streak this past Saturday against the Newbury Park Steelers.  The 80 yard roadrunner dash began with Logan Meyer returning the opening kick off for a touchdown.  Zach Hoffman added the extra point in his inaugural PAT and by the end of the night he was performing like a veteran adding four more extra point kicks. 



Quarterback Tieler Souza completed six passes for 43 yards and ran in two touchdowns.  Daniel Aslan carried the ball seven times for 83 yards including a seven yard touchdown run.  And Double D, Dylan Davis, continuing to do it big, returned a 46 yard interception for a touchdown of his own.



Both offense and defense continue to run circles around their opponents.  On the offense, receptions by Dillon Cleavenger, Brenden Nelford, Louie Jablonicky, Dylan Pendleton and George Garcia advanced the team into good field position.  Leading the rushing attack along with Aslan were Tanner Souza, Weston Parrish and George Garcia.  And you can’t say enough about the Silver defense!  G-man George Garcia, fired away at the Steelers with eight tackles, Jordan Frederick with seven AND a sack, Zach Hoffman had six and A.J. Ahearn had four.



Roadrunners did suffer a “Lil Bit” of a setback during Saturday’s game when Jason Baker sustained a leg injury during the first quarter of the game.  The entire team is rooting for his quick recovery.



The coyote maybe after these Roadrunners, but so far the Packers, Titans, Cougars, Warriors and now Steelers have not been able to catch ‘em.  Beep! Beep!  Silver Rocks!





Oct. 15th: Titans, Remember the Roadrunners! Silver wins again 42-8.

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After “titaning” the noose on TO White a few weeks ago, now TO Green has reason to “Remember the Roadrunners.”  Titans Green became Silver’s latest casualty in their unbeaten streak against all takers. 


Touchdowns by Aslan, Meyer, Davis and Souza have become a given in any game; but this week, George Garcia, Brennan Monro and Tanner Souza made their six-point-making capabilities known as well.  Garcia willed his way 55 yards into the end zone while Monro returned a 50 yard interception for a score.  Tanner Souza punched one in from four yards out. 


But let’s give the old guards their credit due:  Logan Meyer caught a 25 yard touchdown pass from Tieler Souza, while Dylan Davis recovered a Titan fumble which he ran into the end zone some 68 yards later.  Zach Hoffman continued his extra point streak by making six of six extra points.  His perfect streak of 11 out of 11 on the season would not be possible with Nate Anderson’s expert snap and Monro’s steady holding. 


A strong defense continues to be a factor in holding all opponents to date to only 44 points versus offensive points of 191.  Aggressive play from Jordan Frederick and A.J. Ahearn earned them six tackles apiece.  Garcia, Davis and Jorge Martinez had five tackles and Wes Denham had three tackles and a sack.  Martinez also recovered a fumble and Brenden Nelford wowed the crowd with a great interception.


Stay tuned for next week's Goal Rush as Silver faces the Oxnard 49ers.




Oct. 22nd: Silver Wins Goal Rush Against the 49ers: 27-8

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The Oxnard 49ers didn’t find “goal in them thar fields” – just a lot of Silver – Camarillo Seniors Silver that is! 

This week’s offensive attack was lead by Logan Meyer with a nine-yard touchdown run and a 15 yard touchdown reception. 
Tanner Souza ran two-yards for a touchdown and Daniel Aslan added another six with a 70 yard touchdown run.  Aslan carried the ball nine times for 133 yards.  Dylan Davis blocked a punt and had two receptions for 30 yards.  Playing both sides of the field,Brenan Monro had two receptions and two interceptions. Mark Berry provided Silver excellent field position with a 20 yard reception of his own.  Quarterback Tieler Souza had another great game.  Souza passed for 78 yards completing six of eight before retiring to the bench at half-time. 


Defense was again a factor in holding the 49ers to eight points.  Wes Denham had five tackles and two sacks, Jorge Martinez added three tackles and one sack.  George Garcia had six tackles,
Davis and Zach Hoffman added five tackles apiece.


The Silver Streak is now 7-0 for the season.





Oct. 29th: Silver Rounds Up the Redskins 35-6

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Daniel Aslan sparked the offense with an 80 yard touchdown run on the second play. Aslan also added a 51 yard touchdown run and finished the day with 4 carries for 158 yards. Brennan Monro contributed in every aspect of the victory with a 19 yard touchdown reception from Tieler Souza and a 44 yard interception return for another score. Monro ended the day with 2 receptions for 29 yards, 2 interceptions, a fumble recovery and 14 tackles on defense. George Garcia added a powerful 10 yard touchdown run. Logan Meyer picked up a fumble and returned it 20 yards. The offensive line did a great job and was lead by Nate Anderson, A.J. Ahearn, Kevin Folino, Georgio Valenzuela and Dakota Peterson. Zach Hoffman kicked 5 extra point kicks and had 11 tackles and an interception. Other defensive standouts were Dylan Davis with 5 tackles and 2 sacks, Anderson with 9 tackles and a fumble recovery, Folino with 7 tackles, Tanner Souza with 5 tackles and Wes Denham with 2 tackles and a sack.




Nov. 5th: Silver Causes Ventura White Out in 31-0 Win

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Camarillo Silver wins the National Conference Championship!  Quarterback Tieler Souza led the way with 9 of 15 passing for 151 yards and 2 touchdowns completions of 10 yards to Logan Meyer and 34 yards to Dylan Davis.  Daniel Aslan sprinted 45 yards for a touchdown run and George Garcia contributed a 3 yard touchdown run.  Zach Hoffman kicked a 20 yard field goal and 4 of 4 PAT’s.  Meyer ended the day with 3 receptions for 32 yards, Davis 2 for 52 yards, Brennan Monro 3 for 43 yards and Garcia 1 for 32 yards.  The defense played great getting the shutout with key plays made by Davis with 12 tackles and a fumble recovery, Wes Denham with 9 tackles and a sack, Monro with 9 tackles and 2 interceptions, Meyer with 7 tackles and an interception, Hoffman with 7 tackles and Garcia with 6 tackles.  Nate Anderson, Georgio Valenzuela, Brenden Nelford, Tanner Souza, Jacob Bianez, AJ Ahearn, Dillon Cleavenger, Jordan Frederick, Kevin Folino, Louie Jablonicky Weston Parrish, Dylan Pendleton and Dakota Peterson all played well on defense.





Nov 12th: Silver Bonks Tatonka: 41-0!

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Camarillo Silver was victorious in the first round of the playoffs.  Daniel Aslan led the offensive attack with touchdown runs of 30 and 16 yards.  Dylan Davis ran 27 yards for a touchdown.  George Garcia added a 56 yard touchdown run and A.J. Ahearn completed the scoring with a 7 yard touchdown run.  Zach Hoffman kicked 4 extra points and Mark Berry also kicked an extra point.  Hoffman intercepted a Santa Clarita pass and ran 32 yards for the touchdown.  The defense came up strong again led by Aslan with 9 tackles, Ahearn with 8 tackles, Garcia with 5 tackles and Wes Denham with 4 tackles and a sack.  Dillon Cleavenger contributed 3 tackles and a sack.  Brenden Nelford made an outstanding interception to stop a Santa Clarita drive and Weston Parrish hustled to recover a fumble.




Nov 19th: Silver Makes Ventura White See Red in 25-6 Win!

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In a do-or-die rematch, Camarillo Silver faced Ventura Packers White for a second time on Saturday.  Although tensions were high, Silver maintained their composure and now advance to the semi-final round of the play-offs. 

Silver rolled up 374 yards of offense with Daniel Aslan rushing for 133 yards on 19 carries and a 2 yard touchdown run.  Brennan Monro led the receivers with 3 receptions for 50 yards.  Dylan Davis added 2 catches for 53 yards and Logan Meyer caught 2 balls for 16 yards.  Mark Berry made a tremendous catch for a 62 yard touchdown reception.  Tieler Souza was 8 of 15 passing for 181 yards.  Zach Hoffman kicked 2 PAT’s and a 33 yard field goal.
 

The defense was lead by Davis with 10 tackles, Monro with 8, A.J. Ahearn with 7, George Garcia, Meyer and Wes Denham with 5.  Denham and Ahearn also recorded quarterback sacks.  The linemen did a tremendous job on both sides of the line of scrimmage; Nate Anderson, Georgio Valenzuela, Dakota Peterson, Kevin Folino, Jacob Bianez, Weston Parrish, Dylan Cleavenger, Ahearn and Denham.

Next Saturday's semi-final game will prove to be another nailbiter as the Canyon Country Outlaws, also undefeated, squeaked by Ventura Gray in the last few seconds of their match-up to secure a shot against Camarillo Silver. No doubt, Silver will have an arresting impact on the Outlaws. See you there!






Nov 26th: Silver Outlaws Canyon Country: 15-14


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Camarillo Silver advances to the Super Bowl. Silver's defense did a great job stopping Canyon late in the game to ensure the victory. Wes Denham had a big sack and recovered a Canyon fumble that lead to the winning touchdown. Dylan Davis had 14 tackles, George Garcia had 7 tackles, Denham had 6 tackles, Brennan Monro and Mark Berry contributed 5 tackles apiece. Tanner Souza hustled to recover a fumble on the opening kick off. The defense held Canyon for about four minutes on their final two offensive series to preserve the victory. For the Silver offense, Daniel Aslan scored on a 5 yard touchdown run and Zach Hoffman kicked the extra point. The key play on the drive was Dylan Davis’s 37 yard reception from quarterback Tieler Souza down to the Canyon 5 yard line. Aslan scored again in the 4th quarter on a 15 yard touchdown run and powered in for the 2 point conversion for the winning margin. Aslan finished the day with 114 yards on 20 carries. Brennan Monro and Mark Berry both had outstanding receptions for Camarillo.




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