Jr. Bulldogs play well on Sunday

Tiny Mite Football

The Bulldogs Tiny Mite Team got off to another strong Round Robin contest on Sunday, playing their first contest of the day against Amherst. Teddy Lapointe opened things up behind the blocking of Adam Tamburello, Cullen O’Connell and Frankie O’Donnell. Jack Redfern added to the yardage tally behind Jayden Wilson. Great tackling by Gabriel Landies and Evan LaForge couldn’t contain the Amherst offense.

The second half was played against Seacoast. Gavin McConnell ripped off a couple of long runs, including a 50-yard score set up by an Isabella Landies jaunt. Graham Chimiliecki and Beckett Maslanka blocked well. Rocco Aronson and Caleb Cleland iced the game.

Mitey Mite Red Football

A rainy Sunday morning did little to put a damper on the Bedford Mitey Mite Red team against Merrimack. Carter Rick, Caleb Goldstein, Zachary Elmer and Aaron Chmielecki all had big hits. The final score was 32- 13 for the hometown Bulldogs.

Tyler Parshay, Brady Jackson and Evan Maslanka all had long runs on the first offensive series, punctuated by a short run by Jackson. Ethan Steichen added the extra point. Tyler Parshay scored to put the Bulldogs up 13-0 in the first. Maslanka ran for over 130 yards in the win, and had a fumble recovery. Jackson scored 4 TDs on the day.

Nate Duquette and Sam Doty made huge stops. Jacob Parshay and James Gregory anchored the defense. Dean Poltronieri, Nolan Murphy, William Neikam and Noah Humphrey were forces to be reckoned with and Chmielecki, Murphy and Duquette made contributions to the offense.

Mitey Mite Cheer

The Mitey Mite girls rocked the house. Their half time performance was fantastic. It featured Claire Thomas, AddisonWallat, Reese Garrett, Jayda Denver, Natalie Elmer. Front Row: Kelsey Beekman, Grace Carey, Emma Taylor, Molly Ward and Ariell Berman.

Jr. Pee Wee Black Football

The Junior Pee Wee Black team came away with a 31-0 win over Hooksett. Luke Soden scored off some great blocking from Kevin Sheridan, Kieran Rice and Ethan Healy.

Spencer Henrichon and Danny Black played well defensively. Jackson Bolduc found the end zone while following Nate Clark and Ethan Flanagan. Dylan Soden and Healy capped off the scoring with blocking from Ben Ngyuen, Christian Morley and Teghan McConnell. The defense was led by Jack Riso and Ethan Chmielecki, Rice, the Soden brothers, Bolduc and Will Helmke, McConnell, Dylan Soden and Sheridan.

Jr. Pee Wee Red Football

The home opener saw the Red JPW team defer and the defense, led by Ethan Kemp, Cal McAuliffe, Mason Kimball, Alex Grudinskas and Brady Champagne, Aiden O’Connell, Evan Cibotti, Eric Morgan, Jamie Collins, Jalen Kamineni, Joel Poltronieri, Kaden Elmer, Brady Martino, JD Cote, Owen Richmond, Ronan Balisteri and Tyrece Sealey. Offensively, the line was anchored by Alex Moore. Cibotti connected with O’Connell for two TD passes. O’Connell had a third TD on scamper and finished with a two point PAT kick. Morgan connected with Jamie Collins and Morgan also had a TD run. Ledger Russell had impressive carries and a big gainer punt return. Cal McAuliffe and Alex Grudinskas bowled through the Cardinal D-line. Grudinskas put up six points on one of his carries. Final score 32-0.

Jr. Pee Wee Cheer

JPW cheer team brought their half time show to new levels.

The girls did awesome. This dance team has been giving smiles to the crowd