zone as the first-half clock expired.
In other Pop Warner Football action:
JR. PEE WEE DIVISION
Gold Chargers 13, Garden Grove 0
The Gold Chargers defense came up with two goal-line stands and
the offense played ball-control in blanking the Blue Bulldogs.
Sam Doxakis forced a fumble in the first half when he sacked the
Garden Grove quarterback, and the ball was recovered by teammate
Colby Johns. One play later, the Gold Chargers had their first
touchdown when Trevor Borkowski scored.
Doxakis recovered a second-half fumble by the Blue Bulldogs, which
the Gold Chargers converted into another score when Borkowski
recorded his second touchdown of the game.
Borkowski also had an interception.
Stanton 28, Cub Gold Chargers 13
Chase Foreman and Jason Fuga each scored for the Cub Gold Chargers
in their loss to the Raiders.
MIGHTY MITE DIVISION
Chargers 25, Yorba Linda 6
Getting strong play for its defensive and offensive lines, the
Chargers rolled past the Jaguars.
Robert Rice scored three touchdowns, Philip Knapp scored once, and
Steve Hernandez ran in an extra point.
PEE WEE DIVISION
Green Chargers 18, North Long Beach 18
In an exiting game, the Green Chargers overcame a 12-6 halftime
deficit -- only to have the score tied late in the game by the Black
North Long Beach scored the tying touchdown with 1:40 remaining,
but Huntington stopped the extra point attempt to preserve the tie.
La Mirada 13, Gold Chargers 6
The La Mirada Blue Matadores scored in the closing seconds to
defeat the Gold Chargers.
In Jr. All-American Football action:
FUTURE LEAGUE DIVISION
Dolphins 12, Mona Park 7
The Huntington Beach Dolphins opened their season Saturday with a
win over the Mona Park Buccaneers at Huntington Beach High.
Javier Sanchez scored two touchdowns in the second quarter; the
second came on the last play of the first half.
Jake Parks and Steele Dubar led the Dolphins on defense.
The Dolphins next take on the South Bay Packers at Fremont High
School in Los Angeles.
In other games Saturday, the Jr. Pee Wee Orange Dolphins open
their season by hosting the Woodcrest Generals at 1 p.m. at
Huntington Beach High.