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Season recaps for (2010)
|Sunday October 17, 2010||at West County Tigers|
Mitey Mites: Bulldogs 13 Tigers 6
The Healdsburg Bulldog Mitey Mites met the West County Tigers for a cold and rainy football game on Sunday morning. With the field muddy and the ball slippery there were several fumbles throughout game. The weather didn’t stop Ian Plum and Lorenzo Leon from breaking through the Tiger’s offensive line to sack the quarterback. After Lorenzo Leon recovered a fumble for the Bulldogs, Dylan Fisk ran approximately 70 yards for a Bulldog touchdown. There were several great defensive tackles and offensive blocks by Myles Swan, Gabriel Moore, Preston Mauch, Emilio Campos, Saul Arizmendi, Dylan Widick, and Matthew Ferrari. Noah Claxton scored the second touchdown for the Bulldogs ending the 2nd quarter with the score Bulldogs 13 and the Tigers 0. With two minutes left in the game the Tigers scored a touchdown on a 95 yard fumble recovery, which made this a very exciting game. In the end Andre Gluch recovered our own Bulldog fumble to keep the ball through the last seconds of the game. The final score was Bulldogs 13 and the Tigers 6.
Jr. Pee Wees: Bulldogs 32 Tigers 0
The Healdsburg Bulldog Jr. Pee Wee team met the West County Tigers this past Sunday. The first quarter started with a Bulldog touchdown for Carlos Lemus. Damian Chesmore broke through the Tiger’s offensive line to sack the quarterback along with numerous tackles and blocks from Shane Widick, AJ Gallo, Dalton Quilty, Jacob Numainville and Jaime Lemus. With two minutes left in the first quarter Jaron Talley scored a Bulldog touchdown on a tough run and the first quarter ended with the Bulldogs leading 13-0. The rest of the game proved to be dominated by the Bulldogs with a 54 yard touchdown run from Carlos Lemus and a touchdown pass from Harrison Mauch to Eddie Smith on the last play before the end of the first half. Jacob Lindsay had an awesome quarterback sack and Mauch finished with a touchdown run. Coach Mike stated that the Bulldog’s defensive line did a great job stopping the Tiger’s offense in today’s game. The final score was Bulldogs 32 and the Tigers 0.
Jr. Midgets: Bulldogs 14 Tigers 12
The Healdsburg Bulldogs Jr. Midgets team won an exciting come from behind game against the Tigers on Sunday. Trailing 6-0 in the third quarter, the Bulldog defense stiffened and shut the Tigers down on their own goal line forcing a punt from their end zone. Lucas Ferrari broke through the line on the punt and forced a safety, which started a furious Bulldog comeback. After the ensuing free kick, the Bulldogs drove right down the field and took the lead on a powerful run by Drew Leon, giving the Bulldogs an 8-6 lead. After a trade of possessions, the Tigers ran a punt return back to the Bulldogs 3 yard line, setting up a short score that once again gave the Tigers the lead. The confident Bulldogs offense marched right down the field and scored on a short quarterback keeper by Angel Alfaro, with less than a minute on the clock. The defense held on and the Bulldogs walked away with an exciting 14-12 victory. Standout players on offense were Alfaro, Rhett Dale, Michael Lopez, Angel Mendoza, Victor Guzman and Connor Schumacher. Leading the defense were Ferrari, Steven Davis, Max Williams and Cody Cattilini, who had a key interception.
|Sunday September 19, 2010||vs Sonoma Dragons|
Healdsburg Bulldog Mitey Mites - 26 Sonoma Jr. Dragons - 13
Your Bulldog Mitey-Mites were unleashed in this home game against the Sonoma Dragons. The first half saw touchdowns by Dylan Fisk and Preston Mauch, and an extra point by Dylan Fisk for a tied game at the half (13-13). The second half was completely dominated by Mitey-Mite offense, defense, and special team squads. Dylan Fisk ran for two more touchdowns in the second half (one was 65 yards) and an extra point was added by George Grant. The Mitey-Mite defense convincingly controlled the Dragons offense in the third quarter and the Mitey-Mite offense controlled the fourth quarter. Defensive standouts include Jordan Ramirez, Emilio Campos, Bobby Porter, Lorenzo Leon, Matthew Ferrari, Saul Arizmendi, Hunter Tehune and Ian Plum. The offense and defensive lines of scrimmage were controlled by Mitey-Mite linemen. WHO LET THE DOGS OUT!!! A very good team effort overall that was supported by fans and highly-talented cheerleaders on a rainy morning in Healdsburg. Nice game coaches and team.
Healdsburg Bulldog Jr. Pee Wees - 26 Sonoma Jr. Dragons - 13
Like the earlier game Your Healdsburg Bulldog Jr Pee Wees were unleashed and put on a great team effort to dominate the Sonoma Dragons. Carlos Lemus put on quite a running show with two solid TD runs and extra point conversions. Blake Monahan connected with Brendon Loftus on two exciting passing plays, one for a nice pass-run touchdown. The offensive line showed good blocking on running and passing plays. The Jr Pee Wee defense was awesome with the linemen stopping the Dragons time and time again. Individually, Kyle Fisk, Damian Chesmore, Augustine Gallo, Gary Munsell, Kieran Price, Kurt Holz, Edmund Smith, Bas Osborn, Jacob Numainville, Jamie Lemus, Porter Tett, and Harrison Mauch put on a defensive-team clinic composed on numerous backfield tackles and convincing stops to thwart the Dragons offense. WHO LET THE DOGS OUT!!! Overall, the game was a great example of team-work, good coaching, good support by fans, nice singing and moves by talented cheerleaders combined for a real convincing home victory at Rec. Park.
Healdsburg Bulldog Pee Wees - 25 Sonoma Jr. Dragons - 15
Healdsburg Bulldog Jr. Midgets - 28 Sonoma Jr. Dragons - 12
Healdsburg Bulldog Midgets - 8 Sonoma Jr. Dragons - 36
The Bulldogs started off strong in the 1st quarter with the combination of QB Chris Pedroni and running back Chandler Tinsley. Pedroni threw for 42 yards on 11 attempts, made 9 yards on 3 QB keepers, and 45 yards on a kickoff return. Chandler racked up 64 yards on 10 carries. The second half was highlighted by an 83 yard kickoff return for a touchdown by Colton Davis, who also kicked the extra point.
Reed Palmer also stood out with three receptions, a sack, forced fumble and multiple tackles. Others with multiple tackles included Jacob Sloma, Marc Sevilla, Sam Swan, Eric Palmer, Vayshon Hesz, Manuel Apolinar and Enrique Ledezma. Strong line play was provided by Tyler Webb, Damian De La Torre and Connor Post.
|Sunday September 05, 2010||at Windsor Knights|
Healdsburg Bulldog Mitey Mites - 12 Windsor Knights - 25
Mitey Mite fans were out in full-force with the cow-bells a-ringing in Windsor but the Knights prevailed in a tough game full of long runs. Andy Dutton started things off with an impressive 50+ yard TD run but the Knights came roaring back with their own scores to lead 13-6 at the half. Dylan Fisk scored a nice running TD in the third quarter but so did the Knights to lead 19-12 at the end of the third quarter. The Knights scored again in the fourth quarter. The Mitey Mites displayed some nice offensive and defensive plays. Noah Claxon and Andy Dutton ran the ball. Defensively, Hunter Terhune and Lorenzo Leon made convincing stops in their backfield. Bobby Porter, Jordan Ramirez, Ian Plum, Matthew Ferrari, Jackson Fisk and Saul Arizimendi made individual and gang tackles. The Mitey Mites cheerleaders showed great enthusiasm and talent during the game.
Healdsburg Bulldog Jr. Pee Wees - 0 Windsor Knights - 33
Your Healdsburg Bulldog Jr. Pee Wees ran into a tough Windsor Knights team. However, there were many standout individual efforts by Jr. Pee Wee players. Throughout the game quartering backing duties were shared by Harrison Mauch and Blake Monahan. Monahan also punted the ball for the Jr. Pee Wees. Offensive efforts by Parker Borg, Carlos Lemus, and Sean Flowers were noteworthy. Defensively, Gary Munsell made a real nice pass interception and Kieran Price and Bas Osborn made excellent tackles in their backfield for convincing stops. Additional defensive efforts were made by Jacob Numainville, Kurt Holz, Kyle Fisk, Octavio Vega, Juan Villagomez, Damian Chesmore, Porter Tett, and Shane Widick. The cheerleaders and fans supported the Jr Pee Wees with their cheers and “atta-boys.” The cheerleaders also had a nice halftime performance.
Healdsburg Bulldog Pee Wees - 0 Windsor Knights - 6
Healdsburg Bulldog Jr. Midgets - 0 Windsor Knights - 8
Healdsburg Bulldog Midgets - 0 Windsor Knights - 28
The Healdsburg Bulldog Midgets stood strong against the Windsor Knights Sunday in Windsor. However, as has been the case so far this season, the Bulldogs were outmatched in size and numbers of players and by the second half the game went into scrimmage mode. The starters on Healdsburg had to play both defense and offense while the Lions sent in separately fresh squads.
Stand out players during the game on offense for Healdsburg included; running back Chris Pedroni with 135 yards rushing and a 30 yd kickoff return that nearly went for a TD; quarterback Colton Davis QB who was 5 for 9 on passes for 77 yards and 37 yards on two QB keepers. Jacob Sloma had two receptions for 12 yards.
On defense Marc Sevilla had 6 tackles; Colton Davis 5 tackles, 1 blocked punt, 1 interception for a 12 yd carry; Chandler Tinsley 2 tackles and 3 passes defensed; Jacob Sloma and Chris Pedroni with 2 tackles each. Other tackles were made by Tyler Webb, Ramsey Witke, and Eric Palmer.
|Sunday August 29, 2010||vs Redwood PAL Golden Bears|
Healdsburg Bulldog Mitey Mites – 32 Redwood PAL Golden Bears – 12
The Mitey Mites put on quite a showing for the home town fans with a very convincing 32-12 victory over the Redwood PAL Golden Bears. This first home game of the season was supported by great fan and cheerleader enthusiasm and a halftime show complete with music, pyramids, handsprings and cartwheels. The Mitey Mites had an explosive offensive game and controlling defense that led to a 14-0 first quarter lead, 26-6 halftime lead, and a final score of 32-12. The Mitey Mite offense running game was led by Dylan Fisk, Andy Dutton and George Grant, with Preston Mauch providing extra points and punt returns by Emilio Campos. The offensive line controlled the line of scrimmage. Defensively and on special teams, the tough Mite Mites had numerous gang-tackles and individually, Thomas Givens, Hunter Terhune, Dylan Hayman, Saul Arizmendi, Ian Plum, Jackson Fisk, Dylan Fisk, and Bobby Porter combined their efforts to control the Bears. Controlling the defensive line of scrimmage and fumble recoveries by the Mitey Mites also contributed to the convincing victory.
Healdsburg Bulldog Jr. Pee Wees - 6 Redwood PAL Golden Bears - 26
The first home game of the season for your Healdsburg Bulldog Jr. Pee Wees was in many ways the opposite of the earlier Mitey Mites game as the Santa Rosa Redwood PAL Golden Bears won 26-6. The first quarter was dominated by the offensive-minded Bulldogs team who executed running and passing plays to a 6-0 lead. The remaining three quarters were controlled by the Bears. However, there were many standout individual efforts by Jr. Pee Wee players. Throughout the game quarteringbacking duties were shared by Harrison Mauch and Blake Monahan. Good punting efforts were also provided by Blake Monahan and hard running efforts by Carlos Lemus occurred. Defensively, Edmund Smith made a convincing-sack in the Bears backfield and Jaron Talley made a nice fumble recovery. Additional individual defensive efforts were made by Damian Chesmore, Gary Munsell, Matthew Gruber, Octavio Vega, Kurt Holz, Porter Tett, Kyle Fisk, Kieran Price, and Jacob Numainville.
Healdsburg Bulldog Pee Wees – 0 Redwood PAL Golden Bears – 26
Healdsburg Bulldog Jr. Midgets – 0 Redwood PAL Golden Bears – 28
Healdsburg Bulldog Midgets – 0 Redwood PAL Golden Bears – 28
Healdsburg opened with a long kick-off by Colton Davis that pinned the Bears deep in their own territory. The game looked like it was going to be close through the 1st Quarter, as both teams played well on defense. The Bears had the obvious advantage in player size and team members and eventually wore the undermanned Bulldogs down. The game went into scrimmage early in the 4th quarter. Stand out players for Healdsburg included Colton Davis, Chris Pedroni, Sam Swan, Ramsey Wittke, Reed Palmer and Eric Palmer. Final Score was 28-0 in favor of the Bears.
|Saturday August 21, 2010||at Ukiah Lions|
Mitey Mite Bulldogs - 0 Ukiah Lions - 6
Wow! What a first game for your Healdsburg Bulldog Mitey Mites as they traveled to the Ukiah Lions for an exciting mid-day game. Players, coaches, referees, cheerleaders and fans showed their enthusiasm in this close game. The game was dominated by running plays and tough-team defense that ended with a 6-0 victory for Ukiah. The stingy Mitey Mite defense stopped the Lions on their extra-point try. Mitey Mite gang-tackling and individual efforts by Bobby Porter, Matthew Ferrari, Lorenzo Leon, and Emilio Campos are notable. Lorenzo recovered a fumble in the second quarter and Emilio likely prevented a third quarter score with his open-field tackle. Bulldog offensive efforts by running backs Andy Dutton and Dylan Fisk are also notable. The Mitey Mite Cheerleaders provided great halftime entertainment and their cheerleading during the game was appreciated by all.
Jr. Pee Wee Bulldogs - 7 Ukiah Lions - 14
Your Healdsburg Bulldog Jr. Pee Wees first game of the season was against the Ukiah Lions. Both teams were greeted and supported loudly by their fans and cheerleaders. This game could have gone either way but the Lions prevailed 14-7. The Jr. Pee Wee’s offense and defense offer much promise for future games as they showed poise and team efforts. Quarterback Blake Monahan piloted the offense with good running efforts by Carlos Lemus for a first quarter touchdown and Jaron Talley for the extra point. Several pass attempts were also made throughout the game with mixed results. The Lions scored twice in the second quarter and led 14-7 at halftime. The second half of the game was primarily a defensive struggle with Jr. Pee Wee Damian Chesmore making several outstanding tackles to thwart scoring attempts. In addition, Juan Villagomez made a fumble recovery, Bas Osborn had good tackles and penetration into the Lions backfield, Harrison Mauch made an impressive stop, and Carlos Lemus made great tackles to stop the Lions. The Jr. Pee Wees cheerleading squad showed great team support during the game and at half time.
Pee Wee Bulldogs - 6 Ukiah Lions - 34
Jr. Midget Bulldogs - 0 Ukiah Lions - 34
Midget Bulldogs - 0 Ukiah Lions - 30