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Congratulations to the Cos Cob Crushers!






The Crushers won the GYFL Junior Championship, gutting out a tough win against a robust Mavs teams, as Nicholas Nostro, Luke Tocci, Colin Falla, Nicholas Mussolini, Jr., and Wim McCarthy all had standout days. Nostro got the Crushers first score with a 70-yard scorcher, blasting past half-a-dozen Mav defenders thanks to blocking by Tocci, Mussolini, Falla and Aiden Brehm. His next touchdown was a 16-yard, human highlight reel as he broke 7 tackles to get into the endzone. The 11-play drive was led by QBs Ryan Strassel and James Mora with much of the yardage coming from RB Falla behind big blocks Gabe Dunleavy, Ryan Nordin, Mickey Petrone, George Lindsay, Daniel Tolentino, Joey Mitchell, Luke Vizzo, Braden Vizzo and Patrick Gonnelli. Nostro sealed the win with another, 55-yard score. Other notable offensive plays included McCarthy’s 41 yards to keep the ball in Crusher hands, as did Jake Natale while Geno Chimblo provided added blocking.  On defense, Tocci had an outstanding day in the backfield intercepting one pass, knocking down another and making 6 tackles to keep a powerful Mavs running game in check. Henry Schmedlen added to that with his own pass block and interception. Brad Wallace and Aidan Williams also provided strong play at DB and Safety. The Crusher front line of Shane O’Connor, Richie McMurray and Santago Parra forced the Mavs outside most of the game where Mussolini, Jr., was waiting getting 10 tackles on the day.

The Mavericks did a good job of moving the ball on the ground against a tough Crusher D as  Noah Park and Noah Steele combined for most of the Mavericks running offense. Defensively the Mavs kept the high powered Crusher offense to only one score in the first half. Nash Edwards, Alexander Mrdelja and Grant Goldring all turned in strong performances accounting for most of the defensive tackles.

Playoff Round 2





Despite excellent play calling and crafty moves on offense by the Generals, the Crushers were able to advance thanks to the nimble running of Nicholas Nostro, Jake Natale, Wim McCarthy, Colin Falla and Aiden Brehm.  Nostro ran for 142 yards and 3 touchdowns on the day. Natale earned his own touchdown when he burst through for a 70-yard score after a handoff from QB Ryan Strassel, breaking multiple tackles to do it. Big blocks up front by Richie McMurray, Gabe Dunleavy, Shane O’Connor, Nicholas Mussolini, Jr., Daniel Tolentino, Ryan Nordin, George Lindsay, Geno Chimblo, Patrick Gonelli, Santiago Parra, Mickey Petrone, and Luke and Braden Vizzo, opened up the running lanes. The Crushers were also operating all cylinders on defense as Luke Tocci had 8 tackles and an interception on the day.  James Mora added 2 more and Brad Wallace snagged one. Falla had 4 tackles including 2 sacks, one with Henry Schmedlen who had 3 tackles on the day and 2 for a loss. Parra, Mora and McMurray added 4 each. O’Connor, Mussolini, McCarthy and Aidan Williams tacked two onto that.

The Generals offense went to the air attack behind QB’s Madsen Ehrhart and Matthew Ward who had nice completions on the day to Hudson Squires, Owen Lavin,  Hunter Woods, Ehrhart and Ward. The Offensive line did well against a very strong Crusher defense. Defensively, the Generals had great play from Matthew Huang,  Eli Himelstein, Jack Jedlicka, Ehrhart, Lavin and Teo Pita who added another interception in the playoffs! 





True grit helped the Mavs overcome three turnovers on three consecutive possessions to fend off the Gators as the offensive was led by the tandem running backs of Noah Park and Noah Steele. Both racked up huge yardage on the ground with highlight reel runs behind sustained blocking that proved to be the deciding factor, led by Alex Mrdelja, Nash Edwards, Phil Martone, Jagger Pontriero, CJ Johnson and Oliver Eiben.  The defensive line led by Nash Edwards and the linebackers led by Grant Goldring and Jackson Shaw, who accounted for 2 turnovers on the day and wreaked havoc all over the field. Shaw’s interception in the fourth quarter resulted in the go ahead touchdown for the Mavs and they held on to seal the win.

The Gators  Will Hanna got things going when he connected with Lucas Kiger who made a circus catch for 20 yards.  Grady Campo continued his strong running up the middle behind solid blocking by Mekai Brown, Sam Carroll, Ryder Garcia, and Dylan Stanton, as the first quarter came to an end.  Reilly Podewils ran and blocked hard all day managing over 80 yards on the ground while delivering key blocks for his teammates. Brooks Simonds got the Gators in scoring position with a 20-yard reverse and Will Hanna was able to punch it in from 5 yards out. The Gators next 2 scores came in the second half by Kiger and Nick Morizio.  Kiger also delivered a key 2 point conversion behind Quinn Lombardo.

Playoff Round 1





With the rain pouring down the Generals stuck to the ground game and on the first series Madsen Ehrhart burst free for a long touchdown run behind great blocking from Alex Wayland, Jack Stowell, James Caputo, Peter Swierczynski and Jack Jedlicka around the left end.   The Bulldogs held the Generals in check for the remainder of the day with strong defense led by Owen Lavin, Matthew Ward, Hunter Woods, Eli Himelstein, Ehrhart, and Jedlicka who had many tackles for loss on the day. Teo Pita had a big interception for the Generals to help seal the victory late in the fourth quarter.

Despite wet field conditions and a consistent rainfall, the Bulldogs were able to move the ball on offense behind a determined offensive line led by Will Scholl, Andrew Torok-Hillyad, Grant Andrews, Vincenzo Vartuli, and Giancarlo Cuesta. Bulldogs used a balance of tough, interior running by Ryder Caruso and delayed draws by Brando Craven to keep the Generals guessing.  Gustav Pietryka led the Bulldog defense with numerous open field tackles including a tackle which created a fumble that was recovered by Graham Geisler. Andrew Torok-Hillyad, Kirin Neak, William Scholl and William Hunt also contributed to the Bulldogs defensive efforts with key tackles.  





It was an absolute soaker of a day but that didn’t stop QB Daniel Ciccarelli from hooking up with Noah Park on a designed roll out to score the first points of the game. The offensive line led by Oliver Eiben, Nash Edwards, Phil Martone, Alexander Mrdelja and Maxwell Mcfadden did a great job sustaining their blocks today. Park scored his second touchdown on the day breaking a long run off tackle in the third quarter. Defensively the Mavs recorded their second shutout of the season as Grant Goldring, Jackson Shaw, Jayden Montanez, Brett Goodwin, Will Connell and the rest of the Maverick Defense all came up big today helping contribute to the shut out. 

Week Six





Anchored by a notoriously stingy defense with leading tacklers, Mekai Brown, Nicholas Morizio, Nicholas Vomvolakis, Justin Carroll, Will Hanna  and Quinn Lombardo, the Gators offense fired on all cylinders to beat the Bulldogs. They got things going early in the first quarter when Grady Campo broke free up the middle for a 40-yard score behind stellar blocking from Ryder Garcia, Justin Carroll and Dylan Stanton.  On the next series it was Lucas Kiger’s turn. Kiger found an opening on the right side with Brown leading the charge and took it 70-yards for the score. After leading 12-0 at halftime, Will Hanna almost went the distance on a great spin move that went for 40-yards until he was caught from behind.  The last score came on another impressive Kiger run with Drew Lane, Carl Homan, Brooks Simonds, and Dash Dermont blocking.   

The Bulldogs offense was led by Brando Craven, Ryder Caruso, Brody Craven and Graham Geisler punctuated by a long 20-yard pass from Brando Craven to Brody Craven and a 35-yard run by Graham Geisler made possible by a key block by Ryder Caruso.  The Bulldogs played strong defense with key tackles by Kirin Neak, Brando Craven and Zac Sardone. 





After the Raiders recovered a fumble deep in Crusher territory, Luke Tocci made a momentum swinging interception and ran it back 78-yards for a touchdown to open up the scoring. Nicholas Nostro continued to lead the undefeated Crushers with 101-yards rushing on just three carries, scoring the other two touchdowns. Jake Natale added another 29-yards to the ground offensive and Aiden Brehm added eleven. On defense, George Lindsay forced a fumble on a great open field tackle, while Santiago Parra and Richie McMurray led the defense with 6 and 5 tackles respectively.

The Raiders were able to move the ball nicely on a strong Crusher defense as Andrew Pavlou connected on a 10-yard pass to Lauren Judge for a Raider first down. Pavlou also completed nicely thrown balls to Cassidy Morales. A solid running attack led by Julian Sorrilla and Jacari Hughes were able to chew up yards on various runs. Solid blocking by Dan Black and Giancarlo Torres. Xavier Tapia, Bam Maduro, Jacob Mobley and Pedro Arjuao gave lanes the size of Mack trucks for the Raider backfield. Sorrilla capped off a late drive with a superb run for a touchdown. Jacari Hughes connected with Morales for the 2-point conversion. 

Anthony Goncalves, Santino Bisgnano and Alexa Mariscal had several tackles for losses. Lucas Granitto forced a fumble and was recovered by Xavier Tapia. The Raider defense was able to stop a potent Crusher offense on several big drives as Sorrilla, Ali Badr, Hughes and Black added to the charge 





The Mavs got off to a quick start scoring on their opening drive as Noah Steele took a pitch from QB Daniel Ciccarelli and dashed 65-yards down the sidelines for the first score of the game. The offensive line led by Alex Mrdelja, Phil Martone, Nash Edwards and Will Connell did an amazing job sustaining their blocks and allowed back Noah Park to score an electrifying 50-yard tiptoe down the sidelines to seal the deal for the Mavs. Jagger Pontriero also added a highlight reel grab on a drag pattern across the field. The defensive line controlled the powerful running attack of the Generals and forced them to put the ball in the air where the linebackers and defensive backs recorded 2 interceptions on the day. Luke Wells, Grant Goldring, Brett Goodwin, Mac Critchell and Asher Sisca all got in on the action and held the General offense to 13pts.

The generals juniors offense was led by Madsen Ehrhart at QB who scored a rushing touchdown and had nice completions throughout the day to Hunter Woods, Owen Lavin and Matthew Ward.   Defensively the Generals has strong play from Lavin, Ehrhart and Matthew Huang. 

Week Five





In a nail biting thriller, Nicholas Nostro scored all of the Crushers points in the second half to come from behind and beat a tough Mavs team.  Nostro scored on runs of 83, 75 and 36-yards, behind the monster blocking of Gabe Dunleavy, Nicholas Mussolini, Jr., Richie McMurray and Wim McCarthy.  The team was led by backup quarterback Brad Wallace who converted a much needed 2-point conversion pass to Luke Tocci, who then bulled his way into the endzone. On defense, the Crushers buckled down when they needed to, led by Santiago Parra, Henry Schmedlen, Colin Falla and Shane O’Connor.  Parra caused two fumbles with just 4 minutes left in the game as Schmedlen and Tocci recovered, to seal the win for the Crushers. 

For the Mavs, Noah Steele posted the first score of the game with a 60-yard off tackle burst outrunning the Crusher defense. Daniel Ciccarelli hooked up with tight end Jackson Shaw on some critical third down conversions and Steele scored the second Mav touchdown. The offensive line led by Alexander Mrdelja, CJ Johnson, Oliver Eiben, Phil Martone, Nash Edwards and Will Connell did a great job sustaining their blocks for the Mavericks running backs.  Defensively the Mavericks played extremely well, led by defensive backs Jayden Montanez, Mac Critchell, Luke Wells and Brett Goodwin, who shut down the powerful passing attack of the Crushers. They also recorded one interception and the defensive line led by Max Corbo and Max McFadden had several sacks on the day. 




The Generals won a hard fought game behind strong running from Owen Lavin, Madsen Ehrhart, who ran for two touchdowns, and Matthew Ward.  Hunter Woods caught a touhdown pass from Ward to start the scoring for the Generals. The Offensive line played strong with blocking from James Caputo, Peter Swierczynski, Jack Jedlicka and Davis Linardos.  Defensively, the Generals played strong all day led by Matthew Huang with multiple tackles for loss by Ward, Lavin, Hugh Portny at linebacker and Will Pratt and Teo Pita in the secondary. 

Brando Craven started the scoring for the Bulldogs offense with a 50-yard touchdown run in the first half as a result of a gaping hole created by Grant Andrews, Ben Graziosi, and William Scholl. Gustav Pietryka, Vincent Tripptrap, Graham Geisler and William Hunt led the Bulldogs defense with numerous tackles throughout the game.  Logan Jaycox broke up multiple passes from the Generals while Zac Sardone and Kirin Neak each had key open field tackles. Matthew Andrighetti’s strip tackle and William Hunt’s fumble recovery highlighted a solid team defensive effort by the Bulldogs.  





The Gators Offense was firing on all cylinders as Lucas Kiger led the team in rushing with over 100 yards, behind solid blocking by Mekai Brown, Justin Carroll, Dylan Stanton, Ryder Garcia, and Quinn Lombardo. On the first drive, Grady Campo got things going when he broke free up the middle for a 50-yard touchdown.  Kiger converted the extra point with a strong run up the middle behind Casey Baker, Hunter Zepplein, and Garcia. On the next drive, Will Hanna found Kiger on a deep pass who made an acrobatic catch on his way to a 35-yard score. Dash Dermont added the extra point with a shifty run to the right side. Dermont got the scoring going in the second half with a 40-yard sweep to the left side with good lead blocks by Anthony Panerella and Carroll.  The Gators capitalized on a turnover at the Raiders 20-yard line as Brooks Simonds got around the edge on a left sweep for their final score. Nick Moriza delivered a key block on the play to help catapult Simonds into the end zone. The Gator defense kept a potent Raider offense in check with defensive lineman Brown, Carl Homan, Justin Carrol, Nicholas Vomvolakis and Jordan Goodman contributing with solid tackling.


The Raiders defense was led by Jayden “BamBam” Maduro, Jacari Hughes and Anthony Cebanos.  All three had key stops all game and had a stellar first half. Xavier Tapia, Jacob Mobley, Alexa Mariscal,  and Giancarlo Torres also had several tackles each to slow down a powerful gator offense. Cassidy Morales made his return felt early as he hauled in a nicely thrown pass by Andrew Pavlou. Morales made the catch and used his speed to get to the endzone. Jacari Hughes provided the extra point with a Barry Sanders like cut into the endzone. Julian Sorrilla and Anthony Goncalves, behind Xavier Tapia, Jacob Mobley,  Dan Macom, and Santino Bisgnano pounded yardage and big runs to spark the offense

Week Four




The Mavericks struck first when Steele took a pitch from QB Sammy McGarvey and tiptoed down the sidelines to set the tempo for the first score of the game.  Fine blocking from Jayden Montanez and Grant Goldring set up two, highlight reel Mav touchdowns. Nash Edwards anchored the defensive line along with Maximo Corbo, Luke Wells and Max Mcfadden thwarted the Raider passing and running attack. Also getting in the mix on both sides of the ball were  Brett Goodwin, Grant Adee, Luc Perscutti and Asher Sisca. They all contributed to the team effort which proved to be the deciding factor. 

The Raiders trailed the Mavericks by one score until Julian “Juju” Sorrilla burst down the sideline for a 48-yard touchdown. Xavier Tapia, Jacari Hughes, Alexa Mariscal, and Giancarlo Torres provided the blocking to spring Sorrilla. To cap the scoring drive Sorrilla also caught the pass thrown by Hughes for the 2-point conversion. Sorrila also played tough on defense with various solo tackles and an interception. Anthony Cebanos came up with a nicely striped ball which was recovered by Lucas Grannito who also had several tackles. Ali Badr, Bam Maduro, Anthony Goncalves, and Hughes each had several tacklers.