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Orangeville wins the Youth Super Bowl

Players mix things up in the Super Bowl where Orangeville and Huntington met.

The Emery Youth Football ended their season on Oct. 30 with the Super Bowl. Orangeville came up with the victory over Huntington by a score of 19-7. In third and fourth place action Clemo was the victor over Castle Dale by a score of 27-0.

Clemo-Third Place

Coach Kelly Mortensen, Nevin Jensen, Jerik Lofley, Joe Bennett, Chase Sherman, Nathan Cook, Blake Mortensen, Joshua Shurtz, Wade Bohn, Drew Bohn, Dusty Jensen, KC Shaw, Mike Jones, Colton Taylor, Skyler Jensen, Andrew Buckman.

Castle Dale-Fourth Place

Coach Jeff Ricchetti, Aaron Fausett, Jason Giles, Colby Snow, Ryne Jones, CJ Gardner, Jordan Phelps, Nico Ricchetti, Kyle Johansen, Dempsey Jeffs, Landon Huntsman, Leo Sarver, Nicholas Larsen, Skyler Jorgensen, Colten Patton, Jason Hall, Shannon Rowley, Jessie Reid, CJ Jensen, Adam Frisbie, Seth Scovill, Garrett Horton and Garrett VanTussenbrook

Orangeville-First Place

Coach Jason Waite, Reuben Miner, Derek Davis, Bryan Downing, Kameron Stilson, Gatlan Huntington, Nathan Preston, Tony Farrer, Damon Downing, Kyle Davis, Cyal Christmas, Andrew Brinkerhoff, Daxton Lance, Jaydon Mead, M.J. Mower, Derek Tuttle, Kyler Goslin, Camren Bell, Terrance Bell, Cody Allen, Nathan Pollaehne, Scott Whiting, Cassidy Scovill, Austin DeLeeuw.

Huntington-Second Place

Coach Doug Mecham, Yochio Espino, Cody McNally, Derek Taylor, Trynity Young, Brett Mecham, Corey Black, Zachery Smith, Jacob Marshall, Tanner Procarione, Shaydon Johansen, Bo Potter, Alxander Jackson, Housten Rogers, Tracy Jackson, Sharidan Oviatt, Jake Nielsen, Chance Ariotti, Ryan Thompson, Booker Erickson, Landel Potter, Chase Riggle, Dakota McArthur, Addison Collard and Austin Young.





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