Oswego Bears Football Goes 5-1 in Week 3
Sep 14, 2015 05:53PM ● Published by Steven Jack
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Tiny Mites 12 – Bensenville 0
Oswego bears Tiny Mights earned their second victory of the season and their second Shut out with touchdowns by Nolan Robertson and Dominic Battista. Great blocking by Austin Martin, Aiden Cullen, Zachery Gilson, Kashton Wilson, and Giovanni Garcia. Defense made an outstanding Goal line stand keeping the Bandits from scoring, great job by Josh Mathley, Aiden Wiggins, Matthey Odefey, Johana Zakauskas, Ryan Gedman,, RJ Sheilds,Vince and Christian Herra, Cameron Logan, Cody Parker, Alex Perez and Luke Hernandez. The Bears take on the Plainfield Saints Saturday 9 am at Oswego east.
Mitey Mites 7 – Bolingbrook 0
Mitey Mite 1 earned their first victory of the season defeating the Bolingbrook Trojans. The Bears were paced by a strong performance by the offensive line. They opened up big holes for the running game lead by Trey Hernandez, Jackson Miranda, Damien Lewandowski and Zachary Sempetrean. Trey Hernandez scored our first touchdown of the season. Charles Canada and Logan Keaton did an excellent job keeping Bolingbrook from getting their running game going. Defense did a great job limiting the Trojans offense to two first downs and never letting them advance past midfield. The Bears take on the Plainfield Saints Saturday 10 am at Oswego east.
Jr PeeWee 35 Bensenville 0
For the third week in a row, the Oswego Bears Junior Pee Wee came out victorious by beating the Bensenville Bandits, bringing the Oswego Bears record to 3-0. The Bears came out of the gates running with QB Chase Gerwig. Gerwig started the game with a 50 yard run which set himself up for a 8 yard TD run. This game was a total team effort with two touchdowns for Chase Gerwig and Jackson Gillen. Noah Dial was lights out with an interception on defense and a touchdown on offense. The Oswego Bears were stellar on defense with a fumble recovering by Gavin Lee and three interceptions, 2 by Tyler Bibbs and 1 by Noah Dial. The Oswego Bears play Grayslake next Saturday at 3pm at Grayslake High School.
PeeWee 19 Bensenville 15
The Pee Wee Bears came away with a victory on Sunday against a tough Bensenville team, and are now 3-0. The team was led offensively by Carter Wojcik and Cooper Gorman who both ran hard all day, and each scored a touchdown. The third touchdown was a 25 yard strike from Hunter Gibson to Ty Carlson.
The defense was led by Brandon Heffernan who lead the Bears in tackles, and the defensive line anchored by Jordan Logan, Matthew McCollum, Matthew Englke, Braison Goering, and Casey Krahula. The Bears defense let up a lone touchdown with the other given up on a kick return. The Bears look to increase their record to 4-0 next Saturday where they will face a very good opponent next week when they go on the road to face Grayslake.
Jr Midget 0 Bensenville 32
The Jr. Midget team fought hard, but came up short in a loss to the undefeated Bensenville Bandits. There were some stand out moments peppered in the game. QB Keegan Cullison had some great passes to make some nice gains on offense. At Running Back this week, Bennett Wojcik had several good breakthrough runs of 25-30 yards. Ricky Jacobsen, Keegan Cullison, and Bennett Wojcik made some tough stops to the opposing offense on defense, but it wasn't enough to stop them completely.
Varsity 32 – Hampshire 0
The first half of the Varsity game saw a struggle for the Bears. Corey Provow scored to make it 6-0 at half. In the second half the Bears exploded for four touchdowns. Corey Provow rushed for his second of the day and threw two more touchdowns to Mark Baron and Brendan Harkins. Mark Baron added a second rushing TD to finish the scoring at 32-0.
The offensive line was led by Chris Matias, Alex Becker, Alex Ponx, Zach Precup and Noah Zukauskas.
The Bears iron clad defense was led by Provow with 12 tackles. Other standouts were Sam Wilson, Baron, Becker, Nick Connelly, David Wilson Jr., Precup, Jacob Stack, Daniel Thomas, Ben Scott and Domenico Gallo.
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