North Coast Eagles Junior Midget Football Team goes 7-1, headed to playoffs

The North Coast Eagles Junior Midget Football team completed its regular season with a 30 -21 win over Bonita Saturday evening, Oct. 20, under the lights at Mater Dei High School.  The victory left the Eagles with a 7-1 regular season record, 8-1 including their pre season game.

The Eagles scored on a 65 yard run by Tony Perez, a 5-yard dive by Cade Remy, as well as a 5 yard run by Daryl Zaide and a QB sneak by Ethan Deller.  On Defense the Eagles had a stellar performance, limiting the Buccaneers to 13 points until a late game touchdown.  Defensively Demitri Washington, Tony Perez, Daryl Zaide, Will Davis, Jack Rosoff, Kevin Gottlieb and Carson Howard all turned in big games.

The Eagles received a 4th place seed in the field of 16 teams from the greater San Diego area that qualified for the playoffs.  Additionally the Eagles Midget Team finished their regular season undefeated and are the 3rd seed in their playoff bracket.

San Diego AYF includes all of the greater San Diego Metro area as well as the cities of Temecula, Murrieta and Menifee.  San Diego AYF was ranked as the 3rd Conference in the nation last year and produced two national championships and one second place finish.  San Diego AYF is in the All American Division and has no weight limits, is grade based and no older/lighter players.

Members of the North Coast Junior Midget Eagle Football team come from Carmel Valley, Del Mar, Rancho Santa Fe, Encinitas and Carlsbad.  They include Jason Charnholm, Will Davis, Ethan Deller, Mike Dow, Anthony Fernandez, Ray Gazzo, Kevin Gottlieb, Carson Howard, Griffith Hughes, Ben McCoy, Tony Perez, Matt Pittman, Cade Remy, Jack Rosoff, Christopher Tanaka, Ryan Thomas, Ethan Urie,  Ajay Van Ryn, Demitri Washington, John Young and Daryl Zaide.  They are coached by Jon McCoy, Head Coach, Mike Perez, Defensive Coordinator, Brad Remy, Offensive Coordinator and Donald Washington, Assistant Coach.

The North Coast Eagles practice and play their home games at Santa Fe Christian High School in Solana Beach.  For more information about the Eagles please visit their website, www.htosports.com/NCEAGLE or google North Coast Eagles Football.

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