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Roseville Pee Wee squad bashes Titans, improves to 6-1

Granite Bay Junior Midgets blank Placer for third shutout in seven games
By: Roseville Press Tribune Staff Reports
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Parker Henry rambled 68 yards for a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage, and Roseville’s Pee Wee team pulled away to a 36-6 victory over Antelope on Saturday in a Sierra Valley USA Youth Football & Cheer game at Hanson Field.

Henry recorded another 100-yard game with 138 yards rushing in 11 carries. He also had a nine-yard scoring run. Josh Noahad registered his first 100-yard game with 113 yards in 12 carries, including touchdowns of 12 and eight yards.

Jordan Beams made his first touchdown catch on a five-yard toss from quarterback Carson Blatnick, and the Junior Tigers (6-1) rolled up more than 325 yards on the Junior Titans (2-5). Roseville led 32-0 at halftime.

Donovan Jones highlighted the Roseville defense with his first interception on Antelope’s final possession. Josh Noa and Alex Rodriguez each recovered a fumble, and Henry had a sack.

Noa, Jordan Susbilla and John Toth had four tackles each. Vince Jordan and Tyler Price made three stops each, and Price had a touchdown-saving tackle late in the first half.

Junior Midgets

Granite Bay 22, Placer 0 — Josh Farr’s interception and Blake D’Souza’s fumble recovery led the Grizzlies (6-1) over the Hillmen (2-5) for their third shutout.

Jade Foddrill threw a 12-yard pass to Jaylen Latson for Granite Bay’s first touchdown, and Evan Tattersall and Matthew Barron scored on short runs.

Junior Pee Wees

Woodcreek 26, Del Oro 20 — The host Timberwolves came back to win for the second week in a row, this time from a 20-0 deficit to beat the Golden Eagles in Sierra Football & Cheer action.

Caleb Nelson had a big day with 84 yards rushing in 10 carries and a touchdown. He also had scoring catches of 40 and 43 yards. Jr. Kyubwa had 12 carries for 79 yards and a touchdown.

Brock McKinney rushed six times for 48 yards and an extra-point conversion, and Aiden Mack had two catches for 15 yards with an extra-point.

Defensively, Brock McKinney and Dylan Shannon each had six tackles. McKinney had a tackle for a loss. Wyatt Barsdale had five tackles, including one for a loss, and a fumble recovery. Carsen Keim had four tackles and a fumble recovery, and Nelson and Vincent Carter each had a tackle for a loss.

In other games, Woodcreek’s Midgets beat Del Oro 18-16, and the Mighty Mites won 26-6. The Timberwolves lost the Junior Midget contest 12-7 and the Pee Wee game 28-0.

Mighty Mites

Granite Bay crushes Placer — Quarterback James Stabbert rambled for touchdown runs of 20, 50 and 60 yards to lead the Grizzlies over the Hillmen.

Stabbert also threw two 45-yard touchdown passes to receiver Leyland O’Neil and tight end Cole Brommeland and totaled more than 200 yards rushing and 150 yards passing on the day.

Stabbert also led the Grizzlies in tackles, and Josh Kniesel and Nick Befort helped Granite Bay shut out Placer in the second half. Second-year player Connor Baker had a fumble recovery.

Golf

The First Tee in Auburn — Brandon Baumgarten and Jeffrey Inouye-Wong, golfers on Granite Bay High School’s state-championship team last spring, captured age-group championships in The First Tee of Greater Sacramento Jr. Tour event Sunday at The Ridge in Auburn.

Baumgarten shot an even-par 71 to top a 22-player field by four strokes in the boys 16-18 tournament. He had a 33 on the front side.

Corey Eddings of Oakmont shot 5-over 76 to tie for third, and Zach Kwan of Granite Bay tied for fifth at 8-over 79.

Inouye-Wong had a 3-over 74 to score a one-stroke victory in boys 14-15. Bryan Baumgarten was third with a 6-over 77.

Soccer

Keiki Kickers 2, Anacondas 2 — Ashlyn Egan and Megan Huber scored for the Kickers in a 12U match that was described as “on the edge.” Great defensive plays by Katelyn Fernandez, Elliana Meyling, Julia Barnes, Makenzie Towle and Alexia Garcia helped the Kickers play to a draw.