Wildcat 7th-graders unbeaten

The 7th grade Wildcats defeated Ridgefield 6-0 in a hard-fought Youth Football League defensive battle on Saturday night.
The Wildcats offense scored the only touchdown of the game on a 35-yard rush up the middle by Jack Curtis.
That score was all the Wildcats defense needed, as they produced another hard hitting shut out.
Josh Evans was in the backfield all night recording several big sacks, along with Joey Turner, Chris Nielsen, Zach Taylor and Steven Ouellette.
Ridgefield had a chance to score on the final play after a phantom pass interference call, but the Wildcats knocked down the ball in the end zone to seal the victory.
The Wildcats improved to 4-1 and take on undefeated Darien at 11 a.m. Sunday at Fairfield Warde.
6th grade Wildcats
The Wildcats defense came up big again on Sunday morning and extended their defensive streak of not being scored upon to 13 quarters in the 6-0 win.
Brian Howell, Jesse Lawson, Sean Fuller, Jayden Sneed, Danny Russell, David Summers and a host of others kept the previously undefeated Wilton squad from seeing the goal line.
The Cats scored their only touchdown of the day on a 60-yard catch-and-run from Summers to Will Stearns, who turned on the after burners after receiving a quick out on the home team sideline.
Jack Bowden, Griffin Forberg, Colin Wilson, Declan O’Donnell, Chase Reynolds, Jack Palmeri and Joe Gjinaij along with others put in solid performances for the undefeated Wildcats.
Next up is Ridgefield on Sunday morning at 9:30 in Ridgefield.
5th graders Wildcats
The Wildcats gave up some early scores and couldn’t recover, losing 26-14 to Ridgefield Orange in the gloaming of Tiger Hallow Stadium Saturday evening.
Tristan Breheny and Mason Lake provided a yeoman like effort, playing nearly every snap on both sides of the ball for the Wildcats’ injury depleted front lines.
Quinn Pavoz came in at quarterback when Joey Gulbin was hurt and led the team on two late scoring drives, including a score by Ryan Janz and a quick touchdown strike to Ben Pulsifer on the game’s final play.
4th grade Wildcats
The Wildcats lost a hard fought game to New Canaan Black 20-6 on Sunday.
The score was not indicative of how close the game was, as the teams were tied 6-6 heading into the fourth quarter.
Andrew Conklin scored for the Wildcats on a quarterback sneak, which was set up by a nice run up the middle by Lorenzo Cooper.
The run game was strong with great blocking upfront from John Summers and Jimmy Cullinan.
Defense came up with a key turnover with Jack McKenna recovering a fumble.
Jack Morison, Harry Chandler, and Ryan McIntosh led the defense with good pursuit and tackling.

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