Bedford Bulldogs youth football wrapup


The Bedford Flag Red team moved to 2-0 on the season with a dominating 4-1 win over Penacook Sunday. Penacook took the first play from scrimmage up the sideline for a near touchdown. Only a goal-line flag pull from Reed Olejarz prevented the TD. Bedford stonewalled the Penacook offense at the goal line as Cam Doyle and Logan Dollard made the stop.

Bedford’s Ike Corbett connected with Denys Savenko for a passing TD just before halftime

Zach Younis had a huge gain, then blocks from Jacob Shadroui and Kiptyn Breault set up Corbett for a short rushing TD.

Savenko took a sweep play all the way for his fourth TD of the season. The Dawgs put the game away with a run by Pearson and a passing TD from Corbett to Wyatt Carnevale.


The Bulldogs gave up a long touchdown run on the first series, but came right back after a solid run from Nicholas Vissagio as Cody Beyer took the ball off the right side around blocking from Bentley Champagne for a touchdown.

After a Manchester score, William Riley ran for a TD behind solid blocking from Gunnar Janicke, Cameron Calkins and Taven Sealey. Later, Cooper Gunning scored on a quarterback keeper.


Against Londonderry, Noah Lawless got the party started with a 30-yard sweep left, followed by a great pickup on the keeper from Kellen Lucius. Joey Suozzo put Bedford ahead with a sweep of his own.

Brian Gaudreau’s ball fake sprung Ryder Proulx for a long run to just outside the goal line. Sam Rousseau scored on the next play.

Nicholas Jodoin, Owen Brimblecom and Maye set up Sam Garrett for the Bulldogs’ third touchdown, putting the game out of reach.


Bedford got touchdowns from Teddy Montagano, Rachel Meisner and Shawn McGee. Cole Thibodeau, Aiden Klardie, Luke Burnett and his brother Drew all had great days blocking for the running backs.


Linemen Calab Cleland, Jackson Jodoin, Gabriel Landies, Oliver Bond, Tommy Brisson were led by centers, Ben Lu and Brayden Lyon, setting up long runs by Jack Tamulevich throughout the game.


Led by Tyler and Jacob Parhsay, Luke Tenn, Tyrece Sealey, Jayden DeNauw, and Carolyn Kemp, the Bulldogs were able to keep the Manchester Cobras out of the end zone.

In the second half Manchester got on the board first before linemen Noah Humphrey, Josh Meisner, and Teddy Bond helped Hudson Schmitt on two long runs. QB Andre Steinbrueck ran a bootleg wide left and scored. James Tamulevich provided the point after for a 7-6 lead.

The defense took control before Beau Dunker scored and Tamulevich added another extra point for the 14-6 win.


After Manchester opened the scoring, Jack Maye would found Evan Dunker down the leftside for a long TD. The second half saw Manchester East put up two more scores, offset by a 41-yard TD run by Brady Doldo.


It was a well played game by both teams, but Bedford came up on the losing end 24-6. The Bulldog’s only score came on a powerful touchdown run by Kevin Sheridan from just inside the 10 yard line.


After a Nashua score, Aiden O’Connell had a 50-yard touchdown run, and another TD run in the second half. In the fourth quarter Nashua was threatening to score a go-ahead TD, but the Bedford defense held for the 14-12 win.


The JHL Junior Varsity Bulldogs started out their season with a tie 6-6 against the Winnacunnet Warriors. The defense dominated the second half of the game.


The 2017 JHL Bulldogs started out the year with a win over Winnacunnet Warriors. The offense scored three rushing TD’s. The passing game had some big plays. The defense gave up two TD’s.