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EL DORADO’S Travis Allec has no room to run as D’back Dakota Ward wraps him up — and no where to hide as Kona Teixiera, right, is ready if needed.Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

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Roundup: Oct. 25, 2010

By October 25, 2010

Jr. Cougars Football
Oct. 17

Jr. PeeWees: El Dorado (undefeated) 25, Center 6
Offense: Kai Schaefer (2 TD, PAT), Hunter Dowd (TD), Cameron Schuld (TD), Sebastian Carrasco (PAT). Schaefer (115 rushing, 40 passing), Andrew Van Zant (51 rush), Dowd (96 rush, 40 pass), Carrasco (18 rush). Defense: Chase Yielding, Van Zant (sacks). Tackles: Schaefer (4); Carrasco, Daniel Bouey (2): Dowd, Silas Young, Schuld, Kean Strusis, Isaiah Cockerham, Rudy Cortes.

PeeWees: El Dorado (undefeated) 24, Center 12
Offense: Trevor Pike (3 TD), Dayne Dreyer (TD). Pike (107 rush), Dreyer (53 rush), Beau McDowell (149 rush, 26 pass), Mitchell Lensing (8 receive), James Orchard (15 rush). Defense: Lensing, Ian Deal (INT). Tackles: Nick Heagy (6), Dreyer (5), Orchard (3), Evan Bennett, McDowell, Pike (2), Julian Flores, Caleb Robertson, Jack Loeprich, Christian Reeves.

Jr Midgets: El Dorado 13, Center 19
Offense: Daniel Cooke (TD, PAT), Grayson Santiago (TD). Santiago (92 rush, 70 kick return), Cooke (57 rush), Trey Norris (29 rush, 43 receive), Aaron Golmitz (12 rush, 47 pass), Zach Butts (4 receive), Austin McDaniel (1 rush). Defense: Golmitz, Butts (fumble recovery, INT), Jarod Bond, Jamie Bist (fumble recovery). Tackles: Jason Schostag (8), McDaniel (5), Hayden Hughes, Raul Cortes (4), Santiago (3), Cooke (2), Bailey Briggs, Elijah Smith, Joseph Lucier, Wyatt Green.

Jerry Heinzer

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