Carmel Valley Dons Mighty Mite team off to strong start

The Carmel Valley Dons Mighty Mites

The Carmel Valley Dons Mighty Mite team is off to a great start by winning five out of six games. First year quarterback #20 Jack Foate is playing like a seasoned veteran behind a strong front line led by #11 Logan Berzins and tight end #5 “Mr. Big” Grant Anderson. While top scoring running back #15 William Alter looks like a young LaDainian Tomlinson. Leading the way on defense is standout Crew Fritsch #56. The team was victories against Inland Valley this past weekend, setting the stage for a good playoff seed. The Mighty Mite team is made up of 8 and 9-year-old boys from the Carmel Valley area. Please visit the web site www.cvdons.com or email with questions cvdons@gmail.com

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Posted by Halie Johnson on Oct 20, 2010. Filed under Clubs, Sports. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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