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Freshman football domination

By From page A6 | November 21, 2012

Congratulations to the El Dorado Hills Oak Ridge Trojan freshman football team, who achieved a perfect season with a record of (10-0) — the first Division I Trojan football team to do this.

Coaches Roy Giorgi and Bill Bunce, defensive line coach Mark Cooper, offensive line coach Matt Flynn, running back and line backer coach Butch Santos and specialty coach Bob Wellman led the players in their success.

The team closed the season last earlier this month against the Jesuit Mauraders, beating them 27-0.

Leadership from the team captains came from John Moestopo, Ian Book, Tommy Dunnigan and Brock Martin. This team of these fine student athletes are: Nick Diaz-Kokaisl, Conner Herr, Anthony Palombi, Colin Watson, Brock Martin, Tommy Dunnigan, Rashad Newell, Kevin Kassis, Drew McLaughlin, Noah Brust, Hayden Hughes, Ian Book, Quinten Graves-Mercado, Luke Goins, Michael Kontonickas, Ricky Rios, Gage Webb, BJ Baker, Jimmy Sanders, Max Augood, Luke Woehler, Josh Corr, Nick Hulsing, Colby Carrerra, John Gorman, Sam Woehler, Christian Dardano, Nico Petrone, Brandon Claiborne, Izaiah Britton, TJ Wells, Tyler Hersh, Daelin Wofford, Keaton Kisilewicz, Levi Boeck, Ben Gillingham, Jacob Giannelli, Evan Ciucci, Morgan Daynes, John Moestopo, Spencer Patterson, Conner Floden, Michael Bischoff, Ryan Enochs, Grayson Ervin, Dillon Roth, Tim Martin, Paul Ratajczak, Dylan Ridolfi, Luke Dean, Jack Sharkey, Alex Voege, Colin Poerio, Logan Ome, Kyler DeLapp, CJ Cummings, Kyle Bourgalt, Matthew Myong and Elliott Ness.

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