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A perfect day for football

The quarterback of the Falcons flag football team breaks away at the beginning of a touchdown run against the Poway Titans. (photos by John Gregory)

A perfect day for football

All five of the Scripps Ranch Pop Warner football teams played games on Saturday, Oct. 14. The weather was perfect for football and the conditions were excellent. Four of the local teams played at Scripps Ranch High School.

The air was crisp as the morning started off with the Falcons flag football team taking on the Poway Titans at 9 a.m. at the Scripps Ranch High School football field. The local youngsters were focused on the game as both teams moved up and down the field while on offense.
One coach from each team was allowed to stand on the field and display plays to their respective teams during huddles. It was on-the-job training at its best for the young players.

Pop Warner teams played throughout the day at Scripps Ranch High and four teams from outside Scripps Ranch were able to compete against one another, borrowing the high school field during the course of the long day. The last game began at 6 p.m., involving the Scripps Ranch Pop Warner JV Falcons vs. the Ramona Bulldawgs.

Scores from Saturday, Oct. 14
Falcons Flag tied 18-18 with Poway
Falcons Mitey Mites won 24-13 over Rancho Bernardo Broncos
Falcons Jr. Pee Wee won 22-0 over Fallbrook Warriors
Falcons PeeWee won 6-0 over Oceanside Pirates
Falcons JV won 24-13 over Ramona Bulldawgs

This week’s games, Saturday, Oct. 21
9 a.m. Falcons Mitey Mites vs. Murrieta Ballhawks at Scripps Ranch High School
11 a.m. Falcons Jr. Pee Wee vs. Temecula Golden Kodiaks at Scripps Ranch High School
1 p.m. Falcons Pee Wee vs. Murrieta Warhawks at Scripps Ranch High School
2:30 p.m. Falcons Flag vs. San Marcos Jesters at Vista Magnet Middle School, Field 2
3 p.m. Falcons JV vs. San Marcos Dukes at Scripps Ranch High School
Members of the Falcons defense line up at scrimmage in preparation for the next play.
Falcons defenders begin their charge toward the opposing offense.
A Falcons coach shows a diagram of the next offensive play to his team.
A clean exchange on the hand-off starts a long gainer for the Falcons.

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