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Pee Wee Falcons break Concrete 25-0

Todd Nikula sprints toward the end zone on an end-around rush during a South Whidbey Pee Wee football game against Concrete.  - Dan Germano photo
Todd Nikula sprints toward the end zone on an end-around rush during a South Whidbey Pee Wee football game against Concrete.
— image credit: Dan Germano photo

The South Whidbey Pee Wee Football team defeated the Concrete Lions 25-0 at Concrete on Saturday, Aug. 27.

Four different Falcons scored.

Ian Maddux scored on a 45-yard end-around to put South Whidbey ahead 6-0.

A halfback pass from Ian to Brent Batchelor was completed, but Brent fell a yard short of the goal line. Then Ian scored again on an end-around.

Todd Nikula scored on a 35-yard run. JJ Germano scored the extra point on a 2-yard run up the middle worth one point to lead 19-0.

On the ensuing kick off, Matthew Kelley stripped the ball from the Concrete ball carrier and returned it 35 yards for a touchdown.

The mercy rule came into effect in the second quarter and the Pee Wee team coasted to a victory.

The Falcons had more than 200 rushing yards and kept the Lions to less than 50 yards of total offense.

The Falcon Pee Wee team is comprised of 14 boys and one girl from Central and South Whidbey. The boys and girl in blue and silver have plenty of time to practice and prepare for the next game. They will play the Anacortes Pee Wee team at Anacortes at 11 a.m., Sept. 10.

Team positions are; Zain Balor-center and linebacker; Batchelor-tight end and defensive end; Shelby Campbell-guard and tackle; Tryston Ford-guard and tackle; Germano-fullback and linebacker; Anthony Gianni-Hall-receiver and cornerback; Brady Hezel-quarterback and linebacker; Kelley-tackle and defensive end; Maddux-tailback and cornerback; Justin Moberly-fullback and linebacker; Brody Nelson-tailback and noseguard; Nikula-tailback and linebacker; Ben Smith-guard and tackle; Lucas Taksony-guard and tackle; and Tyler Thrasher-quarterback and cornerback.

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