Sunday, Sept. 10, the Flemington Falcons completed their second games of the Pop Warner Football season, with WINS across all team levels. The Falcons are off to a fast start this season and are a bright spot for the future of football in the Flemington Community and across Hunterdon County.
FLAG 1 1 0
The Flemington Falcons Flag team scored a big win at home in their second game of the season, topping Bound Brook 42 18.
The Falcons defense came out aggressive and kept the pressure on throughout the game. Ignited by big stops from Nicholas Martinez, Nathen McGann and Cody Williamson the Falcons held Bound Brook to only a few long runs. Keith Parker III, Camil Valenzuela https://www.falconsatljersey.com/julio-jones-jersey-c-10.html, Kaden Smith and newcomer Blake Brozanski played well on the defensive line and kept Bound Brook from any sustained drives.
The offense came out fast and consistently moved the ball down the field. Multiple Falcons found the end zone, led by quarterback James Tucker s three total touchdowns; running backs Keesan Carroll and Joshua Buck each added two touchdowns of their own, while Nicholas Comiskey added another long touchdown run. Ritchie Virgilio played well in the backfield while Mathias Rivera had a great game against a tough matchup on the offensive line, who, along with line mates Bodhi Pirog and Reid Nowacki allowed the Falcons to come away with the victory.
The Falcons next game is Sunday, Sept. 17 at 9 a.m. at Manville against the Jr Mustangs.
Mighty Mite 2 0 0
The Flemington Falcons Mitey Mites continued their early season success by defeating a talented Montgomery team 24 6 to extend their season record to 2 0. For the second week in a row QB/WR Jimmy Casey led the team with two TDs. Jalen Green dazzled at RB with a 71 yard touchdown run and QB Trey Garutti threw for a 46 yard TD and ran for a 66 yard TD. John Walker provided key lead blocks as FB on many of the TDs. The offensive line was bolstered by Chris Albanese , Kyle Apgar, Giancarlo Foster, AJ Melo, Aiden Goodman, AJ Melo and the twins Jayden and Jordan Moton. The offense is on a hot streak scoring 4 touchdowns for the second straight week.
The defense allowed only 1 score and started strong with a fumble recovery by Aidan Tina on the fourth play of the day setting the tone early. Many Falcons players excel on both side of the ball. The twins were in the Montgomery backfield all day long. Multiple players including Kyle, Chris, Jimmy, Evan Fog and Giancarlo were credited with play saving solo tackles. The Cornerbacks, Linebackers and Safeties held Montgomery in check led by Evan, Dylan Lawrence, Ethan Martinez, Finn Niva and Nick Sherlock. The defense is young, talented and fun to watch.
We would love all of our fans to travel to nearby Manville Jr Mustangs for our game on Sunday morning at 10 30 a.m. We hope to see you there.
Junior Pee Wee 1 1 0
The Flemington Falcons Junior Pee Wee team squared off against a tough Watchung Hills Wolverines team and the Falcons won the game 12 0. The Falcons JrPW team was led by fullback Connor Johnson who rushed for 100 yards and scored 1 TD and Rhett Washleski who rushed for over 80 yards on the day. Rhett also made his debut as defensive noseguard and generated 3 minus yardage tackles and 2 quarterback sacks. Quarterback Greg Kasperek connected with halfback https://www.falconsatljersey.com/matt-schaub-jersey-c-9.html Jose Delgato Veliz for a 15 yard touchdown pass for the Falcons second touchdown of the day. Center Ryan Sherlock, Guard Michell Niva, Guard Jerry Walther, Tackle Derek Marcos Smith, Tackle Alec Collado, Tight End Logan Jensen, Split Ends Jamar Ceaser and Jaden Coppola all did a fantastic job of staying on their blocks and creating gaps for their running backs.
The Falcons Defense was rock solid all day not allowing a score. Defensive End Lucas Timpano, Defensive End Justin Szwandrak, Cornerback Jesse Foster, Cornerback Greg Kasperek, and Outside Linebackers Jackson Call and Jerry Walther all did outstanding job of not letting Watchung Hills get outside. The Falcons Defense caused several fumbles and recovered the ball. Inside linebackers Jarrod Koon and Connor Johnson owned the middle A gaps and pounded the Wolverine running backs for no gain. The Defensive Tackles Ryan Seemon, Tyler Cardoso https://www.falconsatljersey.com/mohamed-sanu-jersey-c-11.html, and Jose Delgado Veliz did a great job fighting through their B gaps and contributing to solid tackles on the day. The Falcons defense played aggressive, took good pursuit angles, and finished as a team on the ball carrier to make great team tackles.
The Falcons JrPW team is young, talented, and putting in the hard work every week to get better. Let s all watch what the future holds for these boys!
The JrPW team is on the road for the next several weeks, so please come watch and support them at the Metuchen Bulldogs on Sunday, Sept. 17 at 12 p.m. kickoff.
Pee Wee 2 0 0
The Flemington Falcons Peewee Team had a fun game on Sunday 9/10/2017 against the Hillsboro Dukes. The Falcons won due to a forfeit by the Dukes but the game was played with the same level of intensity. The Falcons front offense of line started with Jacob Piyawong Center , Zack Goodman and Giovanni Veliz Guards , Mark Moton, LJ Walther, Luis Barajas and Jacob House Tackles . Catching the ball and making key blocks were Kaleb McGann, Marlon Veliz and Scott Veneziale as Tight Ends and Chris Martinez and Siena Britt who made her debut as a Falcon Wide Receiver . Michael Carbo made his debut as QB and in the back field was Joey Valentino and Jamal Koon.
The Falcons defense started strong with a very tough front line. Tackle positions played by Tyler Kadezabek, Zachary Goodman and Brandon Gonzalez. Jacob Piyawong and LJ Walther held the Defensive End positions. The middle of the field was covered by Kaleb McGann and Siena Britt as Inside Line Backers. Outside Linebackers were Joe Valentino and Mark Moton. The Falcons Corners played by Jamal Koon, Marlon Veliz and Hope Arpa who also made her debut as a Falcon. Protecting the end zone in the Safety position was Michael Carbo who made a fumble recovery down at the Falcon s 10 yard line.
The Falcons put up a tough fight against the Dukes with a few key memorable plays. Joey and Jamal put in hard runs up the middle and down the sidelines gaining valuable yards. Siena Britt made an outstanding catch down the middle of the field gaining 15 yards. Overall the Falcons did well against a team that was oversized. We are Brooks Reed Jersey proud of the Falcon Boys and Girls for putting on an exciting display of football.
The coaching staff did an outstanding job preparing the kids. Again, they played as a complete unit throughout the game. Head Coach Josh McGann, Offensive Coach Mark Moton, Defensive Coach John Walther, Special Teams Coach Jason Goodman, Assistant Coach Vic Carbo and Team Commissioner Sheri Goodman. Special thank you to the Moms and Dads allowing your kids to play Falcon Football. Go Falcons!
The PW team is on the road for the next several weeks, so please come watch and support them at the Watchung Wolverines on Sunday, Sept. 17 at 3 30 p.m. kickoff.