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Pop Warner: Junior Pee Wees win big

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The Douglas Tigers Junior Pee Wee Black squad had an impressive 34-6 win last Friday night against the Reno Falcons.

Defensively, the Tigers had an awesome game in shutting down the Falcons as their only points came on a kick return.

Tanner Matlock led the charge with four quarterback sacks. Also Austin Ball, Tim Scrape, Cody Sugden and Steven Campbell got in on the sack attack as they all had one sack each.

Outside linebackers Ruben Trujillo and J.P. Garner shut down the Falcons outside running game with bone crushing hits all night long.

Ball also had two outstanding fumble recoveries and safety Derek Fisher had a spectacular interception that was nearly returned for a touchdown.

Defensive linemen Jeremy Scrape, Jason Milligan, Isaiah Stein and Michael Gamberg helped stop the Falcons running attack as the defense gave up only one first down on the second to last play of the game.

Offensively, the Tigers had a huge night as linemen Zach Puzey, Gregory Smith, Max McDuffee, Aaron Scott, Alan Bolanos and Jesse Urteaga pummeled the defensive line in opening huge holes for the Tiger running machine.

Receivers Colton McKone and Christian Neilander had great down-field blocks in helping the Tigers score five touchdowns. Four different players scored points for the Tigers as Ryan Simmons had a touchdown and two extra points.

Tanner Matlock had a touchdown on a nice reverse play and Conner Peterson had three touchdowns. Speedy quarterback Issac Keway helped set up some of the touchdowns and also scored two extra points. The Tigers travel to Fallon Friday night at 8 p.m.

PEE WEE

The Pop Warner Pee Wee Tigers posted its second shut out of the season against the Carson Silver, picking up a 20-0 win.

The Pee Wee offensive line consisting of Collin Inwood, Joe Ahart, Chris Lanier, Patrick Miller, Michael Darby, Derek Gilmore, Ben Reed, Dylan Singh, R.J. Winans, Pierce Dykes, Jason Perko, Clayton Limacher and Zach Squier protected their quarterback, Luke Peterson, their running backs Conner Dillon, Ryan Ake and Michael Benson and their receivers Sean Derbyshire and Clayton Limacher giving them plenty of room to score Douglas’ 20 points.

The defense led by Jacob Fowler, Fred Rodriguez, Michael Sepulveda, Joseph Yniguez, Matthew Metz, Cole Freeman, Theo Denson, Cameron Jorgenson, Shane Connelly, Cody Valente, Eugene Bedow, Will Sherwood, Landon Wynar, Scott Rudnick, Kevin Telles and Tanner Egan shut out Carson last week and the Sparks Cardinals in the first week of the season.

The Pee Wees play in Reno Friday against the Reno Chiefs at 6 p.m.