Carmel Valley Dons Flag Team gets their first win!

#7 Matthew Quinn makes the first touchdown of the game, with blocks by teammates, #10 Benjamin Hendrickson, #99 Dylan Basuil, and #2 Matthew Broder

The Carmel Valley Dons Flag team defeated the Ramona Chargers on Sept. 22 by a score of 30-12.  The team combined for four touchdowns, with Nathan Benhaim, Matthew Quinn and Ryan Tom all scoring for the Dons.  The team also showed some defensive prowess including a drive-ending interception by Ryan Tom.  Ben Hendrickson, first-time quarterback and Dylan Basuil, first-time center, worked well together and the smooth hand offs contributed to the victory.  The Dons dominated the game, and were thrilled to get their first win of the season.

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