Torrey Pines Pop Warner PeeWee Falcons — Palomar Conference Champions!

Coach Andy Vanderwiel’s PeeWee Falcons team made it a clean sweep in 2013, going undefeated for the season (10-0), winning the Palomar Conference Championship with a victory over Temecula, 32-0.  For the season, the Falcons scored a total of 290 points and only gave up an astonishing 32 points.

The Falcons now move on to represent Palomar Conference in the Western Conference Championship series (covering California, Arizona, Nevada and Hawaii) in their bid to make it to the Pop Warner National Champion game at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Florida on Dec. 14.

The Falcons are coached by: Head Coach Andy Vanderwiel, Assistant Coaches Ken Angel, Skip Carpowich, Ron Johnson, Tom Krug, Matt Livingston, Thomas Smith and Tom Walsh, with Team Parent Melissa Pedersen and Business Manager Rick Sanborn.  Flacon players are: Jack Ackell, Brandon Angel, Chase Baptista, Kaleb Conti, David Cynkin, Sam Dudley, Carson Fassett, Even Galluzzi, Jack Hartung, Dylan Johnson, Gabe Krug, Noah Kuhn, Dylan Lisle, Chuckie Livingston, Colby Mead, Luke Mikolajewski, Charlie Miller, Zack Miller, Alex Moore, Jake Nelson, Thomas Notarainni, Brady Pedersen, Ryan Sanborn, Ryan Schlesier, Jonny Tanner, Mo Vanderwiel, and Alex Wallace.  Good luck and Go Falcons!

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  2. Pop Warner Falcons are Palomar champs
  3. Torrey Pines Pop Warner Jr. Midget Falcons named grand champions
  4. Undefeated Midget Falcons earn No. 1 seed for Palomar Conference Playoffs
  5. Three Torrey Pines Pop Warner Cheer squads headed for Florida

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