PAG METER DIVISION 5 FOOTBALL RANKINGS 2018

DIVISION 5 FOOTBALL RANKINGS & SCHEDULES 2018

Championship Final Score 2017
Caruthers Blue Raiders beat Firebaugh Eagles 49-42

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The Playoff dates are
November 2 (Ist Round)
November 9 (Quarterfinals)
November 16 (Semifinals)
Championship night is November 23 (The Day after Thanksgiving!)

Blue Raiders

PAG METER PREDICTIONS FOR THE DIVISION 5 PLAYOFFS AND WHAT COULD HAPPEN HEADING INTO WEEK 11
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No 1 Caruthers/Shafter-This is a toughest of all divisions to choose and I wish we had a neutral site to play the section championship game. Both Caruthers and Shafter deserve the No 1 seed. The Blue Raiders are the defending undefeated Champions. Until Shafter beat Kennedy, both schedules were very even. Don’t get a big tingle on thinking Shafter played the tougher schedule because Caruthers also would have steam rolled those opponents.
If Shafter does beat Wasco this week I can see the coaches voting for Shafter No 1 but a undefeated defending champion that has crushed everybody in their way is tough to pick against.

No 2 Shafter or Caruthers

No 3 Kennedy- The Birds beat Liberty Madera lost to Shafter.

No 4 Liberty Madera- The Hawks have played a tough schedule and just beat Kerman. Lost to Kennedy.

No 5 Woodlake-The Tigers are a dangerous team. Only loss was to Caruthers. Will finish at 9-1 and are the East Sequoia Champions

No 6 Arvin-Will finish at 6-4 and having a real good season. Lost to Kennedy and Shafter.

 

No 7 Bishop Union-Could get the No 7 seed with a win this week vs Cal City. It’s for the High Desert Championship. 6 game winning streak.

No 8 Firebaugh-Has to beat Coalinga to get the No 7 seed and would be the West Sierra Champions. Lost to Caruthers and Liberty Madera. Beat Dos Palos and Fowler. The Eagles could get the No 8 seed and play Dos Palos in the first round. Sometimes it’s about travel and making $$$ and Dos Palos at Firebaugh is big $$

No 9 Dos Palos- Don’t sleep on the Broncos. After a rough start they will finish at 5-5. Very tough schedule.

No 10 Immanuel-Played a tough schedule and only 9 games.

No 11 Corcoran-Could get the No 10 seed. Beat Fowler and Lindsay

No 12 McLane- Needs to beat Hoover this week to get the No 12 seed. 5 game losing streak. Beat Yosemite.

No 13 Yosemite-5 game losing streak. Will finish at 5-5.

No 14 Fowler-Has not played a tough schedule. Lost to Corcoran and beat Lindsay

No 15 Lindsey-Lost to Corcoran and Fowler. A win this week over Strathmore will move them up.

No 16 Coalinga-A win this week over Firebaugh and they are the Tri Champions in the WSL and will move up.

DIVISION 5 FOOTBALL SCHEDULES 2018

WEEK 11 RANKINGS

No 1 CARUTHERS BLUE RAIDERS (9-0) (5-0 WSL CHAMPIONS)
Last year the Blue Raiders went (12-1) (5-0 West Sequoia CHAMPIONS) SECTION CHAMPIONS
Head Coach Brandon Ward
The Blue Raiders had a magical year going 12-0 and winning the Section Championship.
Coming back after rushing for 1,506 yards will be senior Chris Puga. I like the thinking of the Blue Raiders and that’s getting the ball in the hands of your best player and look for Puga to play a little QB. Soph lefty Trenten Babb will start at QB. In the backfield will be junior Bobby Staley (LB) and senior Eric Gonzalez (CB). The top receiver will be junior Isaac Franco (WR/TE) and he is good. Junior Brady Pease a transfer from Immanuel who grew up in Caruthers will play wide receiver.
The entire OL returns with seniors Isaac DeLa Rosa, Isaiah Pando, Adrian Martinez and Jonathan Sanchez.
The Defense will be real good with most coming back.
Outstanding NT/OT Caleb Delgado returns from (ACL) in November.
The X factor If Puga plays great and the Blue Raiders defense plays great then the Blue Raiders might just go 10-0 again.

Blue Raiders schedule
Aug 17 Beat Sierra Chieftains 56-0
Aug 24 Beat Coalinga Horned Toads 43-7
Aug 31 Beat Woodlake Tigers 21-6
Sept 7 Beat Firebaugh Eagles 27-7
Sept 14 Beat Parlier Panthers 49-14
Sept 21 Beat Orosi Cardinals 40-14
Oct 5 Beat Minarets Mustangs 59-0
Oct 12 Beat Riverdale Cowboys 50-7
Oct 19 Beat Orange Cove Titans 35-0
Oct 26 at Fowler Redcats

 

 

No 2 SHAFTER GENERALS (9-0) (5-0 SSL)
Last year the Generals went (9-3) (5-1 S Seq)
Head Coach Jerald Pierucci
The Generals were so close last year but just ran out of defense.
This year the Generals could be the team to beat with senior QB Alex Aguilar who is the most dangerous QB’s in the Section. The junior last year threw for 2,750 yards with 29 touchdowns, rushed for 1,370 yards and scored 22 touchdowns.
The X factor again will be the defense. If the Generals can play good defense then they could be playing in Championship night.

Generals schedule
Aug 17 Beat Mira Monte Lions 69-0
Aug 24 Beat Highland Scots 40-27
Aug 31 Beat North Stars 42-14
Sept 7 Beat Foothill Trojans 57-0
Sept 14 Beat Chavez Titans 57-7
Sept 21 Beat Taft Wildcats 57-0
Sept 28 Beat McFarland Cougars 49-0
Oct 5 Beat Arvin Bears 48-0
Oct 19 Beat Kennedy Thunderbirds 47-14
Oct 26 at Wasco Tigers (Highway 43 Takedown game)

 

No 3 KENNEDY THUNDERBIRDS (8-1) (4-1 SSL)
Last year the Birds went (6-6) (3-3 S Seq)
Head Coach Mario Millan
The Thunderbirds have 8 of 11 players on both offense and defense coming back that started in the playoffs last year. This team is much faster overall this year and have a lot of experience. QB David Estrada is a 3 year varsity starter who’s knowledge of the Kennedy system will allow for him to run the Wing-T offense to perfection. His throwing ability will keep defenses out of the box.
Senior Tyreak Walker returns at running back after a big junior year and brings in a lot of speed and catches the ball well out of the backfield. Senior Yoncanni Sandoval PR/KR, will get plenty of carries who has amazing speed and shiftiness. He will be a threat on every special team return and in the outside Wing-T run game.
At receiver will be Luis Perez who is a 3 year varsity starter. His off season work and his precise route running ability and size will make him a big threat for 1 on 1 coverages.
3rd year as a starter is OT Ivan Garza who is 6’5, 275 lb. His size and athleticism will make him one the best offensive tackles in the area. As a defensive end he can control the edge of the offense.
On defense is junior NG Eddie Hernandez who played varsity as a sophomore. His speed and strength at the nose guard position will demand double teams and give centers fits. Senior DB Johnny Carrillo is a returning senior who is a quick and a smart corner. He offseason work and his tenacity and technique will give receivers many problems.
The Birds are very fast on defense and has the makings of a Championship teams.
The X factor is the turnovers with the Wing T offense.

Thunderbirds schedule
Aug 17 Beat Foothill Trojans 41-0
Aug 24 Beat Mira Monte Lions 69-6
Aug 31 Beat Highland Scots 41-19
Sept 7 Beat Liberty Madera Hawks 32-14
Sept 14 Beat Taft Wildcats 35-0
Sept 21 Beat Arvin Bears 51-14
Sept 28 Beat Wasco Tigers 19-14
Oct 12 Beat McFarland Cougars 70-0 
Oct 19 Lost to Shafter Generals 47-14
Oct 26 vs Chavez Titans

 

No 4 LIBERTY MADERA HAWKS (8-1) (3-0 NSL)
Last year the Hawks went (8-3) (3-1 NSL)
Head Coach Mike Nolte
Last year the overachievers played in division 4. The Hawks really belong in division 5 with 589 student body and they are back where they belong. Hey division 5….the Hawks are back!
Senior RB/LB Wyatt Roth returns and he is good!
This team returns plenty and they are always a well coached machine on both sides of the ball.

Hawks schedule
Aug 17 Beat Firebaugh Eagles 34-3
Aug 24 Beat Mendota Aztecs 55-7
Aug 31 Beat Chavez Titans 49-8
Sept 7 Lost to Kennedy Thunderbirds 32-14
Sept 14 Beat Templeton Eagles 67-27
Sept 28 Beat Yosemite Badgers 52-14
Oct 5 Beat Immanuel Eagles 49-19
Oct 12 Beat Washington Union Panthers 35-7
Oct 19 Beat Kerman Lions 50-28
Oct 26 at Chowchilla Tribe

 

 

 

No 5 WOODLAKE TIGERS (8-1) (5-0 ESL CHAMPIONS
Last year the Tigers went (3-7) (0-5 E Seq)
Head Coach Jeff Johnson
The Tigers had plenty of injuries last year for 1st year coach Jeff Johnson. The Tigers will be much better this year and leading the way will be senior running back Victor Rojas who should have a big year.

Tigers schedule
Aug 17 Beat Parlier Panthers 52-12
Aug 24 Beat Exeter Monarchs 28-15
Aug 31 Lost to Caruthers Blue Raiders 21-6
Sept 7 Beat Sierra Chieftains 63-0 
Sept 14 Beat Lindsay Cardinals 49-7
Sept 21 Beat Sierra Pacific Golden Bears 28-12
Sept 28 Beat Strathmore Spartans 38-20
Oct 5 Beat Corcoran Panthers 42-6
Oct 19 Beat Farmersville Aztecs 52-6
Oct 26 vs Granite Hills Grizzlies

 

 

 

No 6 ARVIN BEARS (5-4) (2-3 SSL)
Last year the Bears went (2-7) (1-5 S Seq)
Head Coach Edgar Mares
Plenty return and the Bears will be much better this year. The Bears will be much improved this year.

Bears schedule
Aug 17 Lost to Highland Scots 43-30
Aug 24 Beat Foothill Trojans 20-0
Aug 31 Beat Rosamond Roadrunners 42-39
Sept 7 Beat Mira Monte Titans 58-7
Sept 21 Lost to Kennedy Thunderbirds 51-14
Sept 28 Beat Chavez Titans 44-0
Oct 5 Lost to Shafter Generals 48-0
Oct 12 Lost to Wasco Tigers 26-24
Oct 19 Beat McFarland Cougars 33-2
Oct 26 vs Taft Wildcats

 

No 7 BISHOP UNION BRONCOS (7-2) (3-0 HDL)
Last year the Broncos went (5-6) (2-1 HDL)
Head Coach Arnie Palu
Plenty of Broncos return including junior running back Luke McClean (RB/LB)
The Broncos will contend for the Section Championship.

Broncos schedule
Aug 17 Beat Ontario Christian Knights 6-0
Aug 24 Lost to Yerington Lions 13-7 in 3 Overtimes
Sept 7 Lost to to Rim of the World Fighting Scots 13-7
Sept 14 Beat Whittier Christian Heralds 53-9
Sept 21 Beat Burroughs Burros 21-17
Sept 28 Beat Sierra Chieftains 61-0
Oct 5 Beat Kern Valley Broncs 24-9
Oct 12 Beat Rosamond Roadrunners 59-24
Oct 19 Beat Boron Bobcats 40-15
Oct 26 vs Cal City Ravens

 

No 8 FIREBAUGH EAGLES (6-3) (4-0 WSL )
Last year the Eagles went (10-3) (5-0 West Sierra)
Head Coach Dejon Kelly
The Eagle players that played in the Section Championship game at Caruthers are still thinking about the questionable calls at the end of the game in the lost 49-42.
Will that be the Eagles motivation to get back to the big game?
Coming back will be outstanding senior QB Jeshua Gutierrez who threw for 2,869 yards, with 36 TD passes, rushed for 581, and scored 2 TD’s.
The X factor and it’s every year for the Eagles is the DEFENSE. The Eagles offense can light up the scoreboard but so does the Eagles opponent.

Eagles schedule
Aug 17 Lost to Liberty Madera Hawks 34-3
Aug 24 Beat Fowler Redcats 21-7
Aug 31 Lost to Roosevelt Rough Riders 14-7
Sept 7 Lost to Caruthers Blue Raiders 27-7
Sept 14 Beat Sierra Chieftains 38-0
Sept 21 Beat Tranquillity Tigers 51-0
Oct 5 Beat Mendota Aztecs 28-15
Oct 12 Beat Dos Palos Broncos 22-21
Oct 19 Beat Avenal Buccaneers 47-0
Oct 26 at Coalinga Horned Toads

 

No 9 DOS PALOS BRONCOS (4-5) (3-1 WSL)
Last year the Broncos (3-7) (2-3 WSL)
Head Coach Kevin Jones
The big X factor for the Broncos….will players stop transferring out! It’s hard to build a program when players are leaving. The Broncos are very athletic and have a ton of potential but haven’t been the same since Coach Rob Calvert left. The good news is Rob is coaching the JV team so he is kind of back grooming the young Broncos. The New QB will be senior Isaac Adams. Dos Palos averages 264 pounds across the offensive line. The line is led by a trio of juniors who return as starters in Herbert Sanders (6-foot-0, 315 pounds), Isaac Carnell (6-1, 260) and Juan Carlos Orozco (5-9, 255). The Broncos also return two senior running backs in Maximus Gaona and Ronald Johnson and a very promising sophomore in Ryan Ramirez, who may be the biggest and fastest back at 6’1 and 200 lbs. In all, the Broncos return 23 players.

Broncos schedule
Aug 17 Lost to Los Banos Tigers 26-20
Aug 24 Lost to Roosevelt Rough Riders 16-13 in 5 Overtimes
Aug 31 Lost to Washington Union Panthers 20-19
Sept 14 Lost to Chowchilla Tribe 41-13
Sept 21 Beat McLane Highlanders 43-14
Sept 28 Beat Mendota Aztecs 48-14
Oct 5 Beat Coalinga Horned Toads 46-14
Oct 12 Lost to Firebaugh Eagles 22-21
Oct 19 Beat Tranquillity Tigers 41-0
Oct 26 vs Avenal Buccaneers

 

No 10 IMMANUEL EAGLES (4-5) Freelance)
Last year the Eagles went (4-6) (1-4 CSL)
Head Coach Kevin Riddle
The Eagles will go freelance this year and the numbers are down a bit. The Eagles QB is senior Matt Tiger who is electric that can run it and throw it. 

Eagles schedule
Aug 17 Lost to Roosevelt Rough Riders 21-6
Aug 24 Beat Farmersville Aztecs 66-6
Aug 31 Lost to Chowchilla Tribe 38-14
Sept 7 Beat Quincy Trojans 54-19
Sept 14 Lost to Central Valley Christian Cavaliers 51-21
Sept 21 Beat Mendota Aztecs 41-18
Oct 5 Lost to Liberty Madera Hawks 49-19
Oct 12 Beat Sierra Chieftains 49-0
Oct 26 Lost to Viewpoint Patriots 30-6

 

No 11 CORCORAN PANTHERS (5-4) (2-3 ESL)
Last year the Panthers went (1-9) (1-4 E Seq)
Head Coach Grant Kapigian
The Panthers were young last year and will be so much better this year but they have to stay healthy. Corcoran could be the most improved team in the valley.
Returning senior QB Jayden Mustain will have plenty of weapons this year to spread the ball around with junior receivers Cesar Acosta, Karay Frazier and Demarcus Thompson. Upfront the leaders will be Seniors Jacob Guzman, Juan Perez & Nathaniel Flores.
Senior RB Julian Escalante looks ready to bounce back from a junior season that was cut short due to injuries.
Defensively, juniors Francisco Cabrera, Jesus Rojas and Thompson will be anchoring the DL while Perez and Soph Yvan Hernandez will lead this year’s LB core with Acosta roaming the secondary. The Panthers are always a physical football team.
The X factor is the Panthers defense have to believe because this team has the makings to be real good!

Panthers schedule
Aug 17 Beat Fowler Redcats 42-35
Aug 23 Beat Hanford West Huskies 55-45
Aug 31 Beat Avenal Buccaneers 42-7
Sept 7 Lost to Orange Cove Titans 41-0 
Sept 14 Lost to Granite Hills Grizzlies 22-19
Sept 21 Beat Farmersville Aztecs 41-10
Sept 28 Beat Lindsay Cardinals 42-35
Oct 5 Lost to Woodlake Tigers 42-6
Oct 12 Lost to Strathmore Spartans 56-14
Oct 26 vs Sierra Pacific Golden Bears at Hanford

 

 

 

 

No 12 MCLANE HIGHLANDERS (4-5) (0-4 NYL)
Last year the Highlanders went (0-10) (0-5 NYL)
Head Coach JD Burnett
Coach JD is new at McLane and he is so good at building a struggling program back up after it has been beaten up and that’s exactly what needs to be done at McLane. This will take time.

Highlanders schedule
Aug 17 Beat Mendota Aztecs 36-29
Aug 31 Beat Hanford West Huskies 65-14
Sept 7 Beat Exeter Monarchs 38-35
Sept 14 Beat Yosemite Badgers 42-13
Sept 21 Lost to Dos Palos Broncos 43-14
Sept 28 Lost to Sunnyside Wildcats 46-6 
Oct 5 Lost to Reedley Pirates 41-21
Oct 11 Lost to Roosevelt Rough Riders 53-7
Oct 19 Lost to Fresno High Warriors 26-20 OT
Oct 26 vs Hoover Patriots at McLane Stadium ((Revolution Bowl)

 

No 13 YOSEMITE BADGERS (4-5) (0-4 NSL)
Last year the Badgers went (9-1)
Head Coach Chance Sigala
The Badgers have a new head coach and a former Clovis Cougar in 2007 and the Badgers are always a hard nose team that play both ways. The Badgers are back in the North Sequoia League. Senior QB Tyson Mansfield returns and the team leader.
Leading the way will be junior Nicholas Harper who is a very good running back and safety. Also at running back will be Diego Combs, Ernie Jimenez, Justin Micallef, Matt Dugovic and Kyler Schaeffer. These guys are ver athletic. The receivers will be Sophomore Steven Baker, senior Paul Antonis, sophomore Holden Eames, Chris Fuller, Nick Pierce and Kevin Welborn. The offensive line will be real good with Caleb Burke, Noah Burns, Troy Fite, Nicolas Guynn, Sean Miller, George Olmedo and Ryan O’Meara. The defense will be very good with plenty returning.

Badgers schedule
Aug 17 Beat Riverdale Cowboys 28-0
Aug 24 Beat Parlier Panthers 52-34
Aug 31 Beat Minarets Mustangs 49-8
Sept 7 Beat Mariposa County Grizzlies 24-12
Sept 14 Lost to McLane Highlanders 42-13
Sept 28 Lost to Liberty Madera Hawks 52-14
Oct 5 Lost to Kerman Lions 49-14
Oct 12 Lost to Chowchilla Tribe 45-21
Oct 19 Lost to Washington Union Panthers 64-0
Oct 26 vs Sierra Chieftains (Mountain Bowl)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No 14 FOWLER REDCATS (5-4) (3-2 WSL)
Last year the Redcats went (6-5) (3-2 West Seq)
Head Coach Jim O’Brien
Coach Jim returns to Fowler where is was very successful. The Redcats always seem to put up big points so the X factor will be the defense playing in the very tough division 5.
Junior Vince Hernandez will be the Redcats QB and he has big potential.
The senior leaders will be Benji Magana (WR/DB) and linebacker Jonathan Poytress.

Redcats schedule
Aug 17 Lost to Corcoran Panthers 42-35
Aug 24 Lost to Firebaugh Eagles 21-7
Aug 31 Beat Sierra Chieftains 62-0
Sept 7 Beat Lindsay Cardinals 35-7
Sept 14 Beat Minarets Mustangs 51-29
Sept 28 Lost to Orange Cove Titans 30-6
Oct 5 Lost to Orosi Cardinals 28-12
Oct 12 Beat Parlier Panthers 27-16
Oct 19 Beat Riverdale Cowboys 62-20
Oct 26 vs Caruthers Blue Raiders

 

 

No 15 LINDSAY CARDINALS (5-3) (3-2 ESL)
Last year the Cardinals went (4-7) (3-2 E Seq)
Head Coach Matt Mendonca
The Cardinals are returning 8 starters on offense, including the entire O-line. Junior QB Ethan Natera is back after transferring to HW his sophomore season.
Junior RB Daniel Trujillo, seniors WR/DB Aundrey Tapia, and LB Angel Perez should have big years!!
The Cardinals are your division 5 sleeper team!

Cardinals schedule
Aug 17 Beat California City Ravens 34-14
Aug 31 Beat Morro Bay Pirates 48-0
Sept 7 Lost to Fowler Redcats 35-7
Sept 14 Lost to Woodlake Tigers 49-7
Sept 21 Beat Granite Hills Grizzlies 21-14
Sept 28 Lost to Corcoran Panthers 42-35
Oct 12 Beat Farmersville Aztecs 61-18
Oct 19 Beat Sierra Pacific Golden Bears 22-12
Oct 26 at Strathmore Spartans

 

 

No 16 COALINGA HORNED TOADS (4-5) (3-1 WSL)
Last year the Horned Toads went (7-4) (4-1 West Sierra )
Head Coach Ron Redding
The Toads have one of the best running backs with senior Eric Saldana who rushed for 1,446 rushing yards and scored 14 touchdowns along with junior Garrett Price (LB).
Senior Matt Pimental returns at QB.
The Toads are always a tough team to beat. No freebies out in Coalinga because the Toads are a physical team.
The Toads lost the entire line from last year (all seniors). Very young upfront Offensively and Defensively.
Leading the defense will be senior Xavier Escobar (DB). Plenty of Toads will be playing both ways.
The X factor will be the young guys upfront.

Horned Toads schedule
Aug 17 Lost to Orosi Cardinals 52-45
Aug 24 Lost to Caruthers Blue Raiders 43-7
Aug 31 Lost to McFarland Cougars 20-0
Sept 7 Beat Taft Wildcats 34-21
Sept 14 Lost to Sierra Pacific Golden Bears 9-6
Sept 28 Beat Avenal Buccaneers 49-3
Oct 5 Lost to Dos Palos Broncos 46-14
Oct 12 Beat Tranquillity Tigers 57-14
Oct 19 Beat Mendota Aztecs 38-0
Oct 26 vs Firebaugh Eagles

 

 

 

 

 

No 17 MIRA MONTE TITANS (2-7) (0-4 SEYL)
Last year the Titans went (0-9) (0-4 SEYL)
Head Coach Christian Johnson
New head coach Christian Johnson is building a program. 4 wins in the last 4 years.
Titans will want to pound the ball and will have a better defense this year.

Titans schedule
Aug 17 Lost to Shafter Generals 69-0
Aug 24 Lost to Kennedy Thunderbirds 69-6
Sept 7 Lost to Arvin Bears 58-7
Sept 14 Beat Kern Valley Broncs 34-13
Sept 21 Beat Rosamond Roadrunners 37-20
Sept 28 Lost to East Bakersfield Blades 41-14
Oct 5 Lost to Highland Scots 60-0
Oct 12 Lost to South Rebels 53-0
Oct 19 Lost to North Stars 42-0
Oct 26 vs Foothill Trojans

 

 

 

No 18 FOOTHILL TROJANS (0-9) (0-4 SEYL)
Last year the Trojans went (1-8) (1-3 SEYL)
Head Coach Brandon Deckard
The Trojans will be better this year and plays a tough schedule.
The defense will be much better.
Coach Deckard is the 3rd coach in 3 years and he is building a program on campus.
Leading the way at running back will be Edward Hurd and Donnie Coleman.

Trojans schedule
Aug 17 Lost to Kennedy Thunderbirds 41-0
Aug 24 Lost to Arvin Bears 20-0
Aug 31 Lost to West Vikings 42-7
Sept 7 Lost to Shafter Generals 57-0
Sept 14 Lost to Delano Tigers 40-14
Sept 28 Lost to South Rebels 28-14
Oct 5 Lost to North Stars 52-0
Oct 12 Lost to Highland Scots 41-7
Oct 19 Lost to East Bakersfield Blades 28-17
Oct 26 at Mira Monte Titans

 

 

 

No 19 HANFORD WEST HUSKIES (0-9) (0-4 CSL) 
Last year the Huskies went (4-8) (0-6 WYL)
Head Coach Matthew Tesoriere
The Huskies move into the Central Sequoia league and they will be the fastest team in division 5. If there is ever a sleeper team…it’s the Huskies.
The QB will be the speedster with junior Josiah James.
Thunder and lightning in the backfield with senior Jayron Jenkins who is the thunder and Junior Daylon Mitchell and he will be a star this year at running back is the lightning.
Leading the receivers will be senior Antonio Perez.
The defense will be fast and leading the way will be junior Keantre Davis. He started last year and a year older, bigger, stronger, and much faster than most Wide outs.
The X factor is the defense because many division 5 teams are very physical so the front 7 on defense will need to step up.

Huskies schedule
Aug 17 Lost to Hanford Bullpups 63-6
Aug 23 Lost to Corcoran Panthers 55-45
Aug 31 Lost to  McLane Highlanders 65-14
Sept 7 Lost to Sierra Pacific Golden Bears 27-20
Sept 21 Lost to San Luis Obispo Tigers 74-36
Sept 28 Lost to Selma Bears 77-46
Oct 5 Lost to Exeter Monarchs 62-27
Oct 12 Lost to Central Valley Christian Cavaliers 70-12
Oct 19 Lost to Kingsburg Vikings 69-20
Oct 25 vs Dinuba Emperors

 

 

 

No 20 SIERRA CHIEFTAINS (1-7) (Free Lance)
Last year the Chieftains went (1-9) (0-5 NSL)
Head Coach Ricky Kelly
Sierra has a new coach with Ricky Kelly and the numbers are down. Sierra will have some new players starting this year. Needs to be playing in division 6!!!

Chieftains schedule
Aug 17 Lost to Caruthers Blue Raiders 56-0
Aug 24 Lost to Riverdale Cowboys 42-0
Aug 31 Lost to Fowler Redcats 62-0
Sept 7 Lost to Woodlake Tigers 63-0
Sept 14 Lost to Firebaugh Eagles 38-0
Sept 21 Beat Tranquillity Tigers 13-7
Sept 28 Lost to Bishop Union Broncos 61-0
Oct 12 Lost to Immanuel Eagles 49-0
Oct 19 Lost to Minarets Mustangs (The Dam Bowl) 86-0
Oct 26 at Yosemite Badgers (Mountain Bowl)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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