Torrey Pines Pop Warner’s Mighty Mite Falcons finish regular season undefeated

Torrey Pines Pop Warner’s Mighty Mite Falcons

Torrey Pines Pop Warner’s Mighty Mite Falcons completed its regular season Saturday with an impressive 10 and 0 record. This very talented and hardworking group of 9- and 10-year-olds had an amazing season.

With a great coaching staff and supportive parents, they practiced and played with dedication and commitment. Head Coach Andy Vanderwiel commented, “In 16-years of coaching this is one of the best teams I’ve ever coached.”

The Falcons will play the also undefeated Carlsbad Brave Lancers in the Chocolate Bowl next weekend. They are hoping for another impressive win. Congratulations to the Falcons.

Team Roster: Jacob Hadzicki, Lucas Nelson, Aidan Sayin, John Flaming, Jack Hartung, Mo Vanderwiel, Adam Knees, Krando Nishiba, Max Wetherelt, Zane Schwab, Matthew Mohler, Gabriel Krug, Eric Lu, Brandon Angel, Tamer Salameh, Tyler Wheeler, Miles Botkiss, Cole Parker, Jake Burton, Conor Guiltinan, Miguel Grillo, Thomas Notarainni, Jake Ellis, Sam Coons, Dylan Johnson, Preston Graubart, Andrew Todd. Head Coach: Andy Vanderwiel; Assistant Coaches: Ray Ellis, Greg Parker, Tom Krug, Gary Schwab, Ken Angel, Brian Guiltinan, Ron Johnson; Manager: Steve Burton; Team Mom: Karen Brandenburg.

Related posts:

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  3. Torrey Pines Pop Warner Falcons (D2) regain winning ways
  4. Pop Warner Falcons are Palomar champs
  5. Torrey Pines Falcons Pee Wee (novice) Cheerleaders shine in Wescon Regionals Competition

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1 Comment for “Torrey Pines Pop Warner’s Mighty Mite Falcons finish regular season undefeated”

  1. Jack Hartung

    The Torrey Pines Falcons is the best football team ever. I don't just say that because because I'm on the team! I say that because WE ARE the best team there is in Pop Warner football. Try to guess who I am, I'm #7.

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