Carmel Valley Dons Mitey Mite Team defeats San Marcos Steelers

#8 Jake Troxler throws for a touchdown pass

The CV Dons Mitey Mite team was victorious against the Steelers in San Marcos on Oct. 12, winning by a score of 24-0.  #8 Jake Troxler had an outstanding game offensively as quarterback, throwing a touchdown pass to #2 Aidan Stewart, and making key blocks to ensure his ball carriers gained positive yards.

#23 Kalvin Pen had an exceptional game running for nearly 75 yards, and was lightning fast with tackles. #25 Zack Bryant was a defensive hero as he brought down running backs from behind to ensure that the Steelers were kept out of the endzone. Brothers #11 Samson and #57 Sy Fanua also both scored touchdowns, with Sy’s touchdown coming on an interception with the clock winding down to end the game.

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