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Costa Mesa suffers shutout

Huntington Beach deals Costa Mesa Mustangs their first loss, 16-0, on Saturday. Both teams went into the game undefeated.

September 27, 2007

A meeting Saturday between two undefeated teams left the Huntington Beach Green Chargers perfect.

Huntington combined a stingy defense with an offense that was able to penetrate a tough Costa Mesa defense to hand the Mustangs their first loss, 16-0, in a Pop Warner Football Pee Wee Division game.

Treavon Coley rushed for a pair of touchdowns, and Tyler Macleod added both point-after kicks in the second quarter.

Aaron Vargas and Allen Vogelsang came up with interceptions for a Green Chargers defense that also received outstanding play from Elijah Herrera, Matt Oakley, Bradley Dominick, Charles Mendola, Jake Dailey, Steven Tovatt and Peter Russo.

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In other division games:

Jr. Pee Wee Division

Huntington 33, Anaheim 0

Huntington dominated on both sides of the ball to remain undefeated.

Jordan Palomino scored on the first rush from scrimmage, and Tyler Warren, Noah Nabors and Grant Horton also rushed for touchdowns.

Frank McManus scored on a fumble recovery, and the Green Chargers didn’t allow positive yardage or a first down in securing their fourth-straight shutout.

Jr. Mighty Mite Division

Huntington 14, Pasadena 6

The Junior Mighty Mite team faced the undefeated Pasadena chargers.

The first half saw a defensive struggle with no team able to score.

The defensive stalemate was led once again by the strong interior line play of Christian Arredondo, Brady Jack, Dylan Garret Matt Martinez and Seth Cooper. Joseph Flannery made a key strip of the ball.

The second half saw the offense come to life with key runs by Chase Ault and touchdowns by Shaun Colamonico and Ryan Ruvalcaba.

Once again the defense stepped up and held the Trojans to six points with smart play from David Coulter and Miles McCord and tackles by Austin Shangraw, Zachary Edsell and Kyle Scotia. Final score Chargers 14, Trojans 6.

Flag Division

Huntington 27, La Mirada 0

Cameron Mase, Jared Etnyre and Tristan McGuff led the offense, and Tanner Nelson, Joshua Grumet and AJ Gatto paced the defense as Huntington shut down La Mirada.


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