Sunday, October 28, 2012 – Played at Cosmo Park in Columbia
Third Grade vs. the Columbia Cowboys
Win 23-0
Traveon Coleman - 149 yards rushing on 18 carries, 1 TD, completed 2 passes for 2 point PATS with  4 tackles
Hunter Tarr - 23 yards on 6 carries, 2 tackles and 4 assisted tackles
Jamesion Mckee - 1 TD and 3 tackles
Memphis Waibel - 2 receptions for PATs
Lane Keeran - 14 yards on 4 carries and 1 TD
Peyton Hahn – 5 solo tackles each and 2 assisted tackles
Deandre Wesolak – 5 solo tackles each and 2 assisted tackles
Chandler Stonecipher – 5 tackles
Cade Schupp – 3 tackles
Marcus Connelly – 1 tackle
Lane Keeran – 1 tackle
Daylan Shelton – 1 tackle
Huston Force – 1 assisted tackle
Xavier Reed – 1 assisted tackle
Hayden Tarr – 1 assisted tackle
Sunday, October 28, 2012 – Played in Harrisburg
4th Grade vs. Harrisburg
Win 40-19
Hunter Pethan – 1 assisted tackle, 2 carries for 26 yards
Quinton Ewings – 2 unassisted, 3 assisted tackles and 1 fumble recovery
Carter Stumph – 2 unassisted and 3 assisted tackles
Justice Ombuya – 3 assisted tackles
Harper Stock – 1 unassisted, 2 assisted tackles, 1 touchdown and 2 carries for 8 yards
Bailey Quint – 1 unasssisted, 2 assisted tackles, 2 td and 5 carries for 75 yards
Dustyn Taylor – 1 unasssited and 1 assisted tackle
Lane Smallwood – 2 assisted tackles
Andrew Wiser – 1 TD and 7 carries for 74 yards
Eric Bundy – 1 unassisted and 1 assisted tackles
Lane West – 2 unassisted, 4 assisted tackles, 1 TD and 3 carries for 22 yards
Luke Kollmeyer – 1 unassisted, 2 assisted tackles and 3 carries for 15 yards
Saylor Marquez – 1 unassisted and 1 assisted tackle
Kaullin Kosnopfal – 1 unassisted tackle and 1 fumble recovery
Ty Stidham – 1 unassisted and 4 assisted tackles
Spencer Steakley – 3 assisted tackles, 1 TD and 8 carries for 44 yards
Sunday, October 28, 2012 – Played in Harrisburg
5th Grade vs. Harrisburg
Win 42-0
Gavin Bishop – 1 unassisted tackle
Ethan Huntsberger – 2 assisted tackles, 1 interception and 17 yards rushing
Gage Sprigg – 1 assisted tackle
Alex Rhode – 2 assisted tackles
Carson Bail – 3 assisted tackles
Peyton Keeran – 3 unassisted tackles, 80 yards rushing and 2 TDs
Adam Lester – 2 assisted tackles
Chance Hamilton – 3 assisted tackles
Elijah Carter – 3 unassisted, 4 assisted tackles, 154 yards rushing, 4 TDs and 1 PAT
Carter Bailey – 3 assisted tackles
Josh Chrisman – 1 assisted tackle, 10 yards rushing, 88 yards passing and 1 PAT
Greyson Mesik – 1 assisted tackle
Jake Horst – 1 unassisted and 5 assisted tackles
Gage Smith – 1 assisted tackle
Tramel Coleman – 2 assisted tackles, 1 fumble recovery and 2 yards rushing
Elijah Pinkett – 5 assisted tackles and 121 yards rushing
Brady Stock – 3 assisted tackles
Colton Scott – 1 assisted tackle and 2 PAT
Russell Potter – 2 assisted tackles
Sunday, October 28, 2012 – Played at Cosmo Park in
Columbia
6th Grade vs. New Bloomfield
Win 40-0
Reece Lang – threw for 123 yards, rushed for 12 yards and 1 unassisted tackle
Treyvon Korte – rushed for 15 yards, 1 unassisted, 2 assisted tackles and 2 PATs
Brandon Johnson – rushed for 18 yards, 3 assisted tackles, 1 fumble recovery, kicked for 91 yards, returned a kickoff for a 42 yard gain resulting in a 1 of his 3 TDs
Cameron Carney – 1 unassisted, 1 assisted tackle,
Zack Watring – rushed for 7 yards, 2 assisted tackles and 1 fumble recovery
Hunter Cook – rushed for 1 yard, 1 assisted tackle and 1 TD
Pheonix Price – 2 unassisted and 2 assisted tackles
Noah Kelley – 2 assisted tackles, forced a fumble and ran the ball back 38 yards for a TD
Trae Williams – 1 assisted tackle
Gavin Vollmer – 4 assisted tackles
Charlie Pumel – 2 assisted tackles
Luke Matney – 2 assisted tackles
Dalton Elder – 3 unassisted tackles
Cole Corbitt – 1 assisted tackle
Leon Andres – 3 assisted tackles
Haden Singleton – 2 assisted tackles
Sean White – 2 assisted tackles and 1 sack
Gavin Foster – 1 assisted tackle
Zane Mesik – 1 assisted tackle and 1 TD
 This was our last week of regular play. The Third grade team is traveling to Lawrence, Kansas to participate in the 2012 NYSSO Mid State Championships on November 2-4. The fifth and sixth grade teams with participate in the Stuart B. Eiken Memorial Football Tournament on November 9-11.