Tritons Pee Wee Red Wins Orange Bowl, Eyes Nationals

The South Coast Tritons Junior Pee Wee Red football team, along with their cheerleaders, will play against Carson Ravens on November 23. Courtesy photo

The South Coast Tritons Junior Pee Wee Red football team, along with their cheerleaders, will play against Carson Ravens on November 23. Courtesy photo

San Clemente Times

The South Coast Tritons Junior Pee Wee Red football team is inching closer towards reaching the National Pop Warner Super Bowl.

Wins over Lake Havasu and La Verne-San Dimas in the Wescon Regional Tournament have set the stage for the Tritons to play against the Carson Ravens in the third round on November 23 at Estancia High School at 10 a.m. If the Tritons win, the team will advance to the Pop Warner Super Bowl in December.

The Tritons advanced to the regional tournament by winning the Pop Warner Orange Bowl on November 3. The team beat Huntington Beach Gold Chargers 18-16.

Members of the South Coast Tritons Junior Pee Wee Red include: Preston Rex, Garrett Phillips, Morgan Taylor, Bradley Armstrong, Jake Brown, Thomas McCorkle, Joey Hobert, Jimmy Cooney, Tyler Folsom, Collin Karns, Daniel Armijo, London Hannah, Maxwell Pastel, Mason Chavez, Eugene Trichell, Giovanni True, Foster McCarty, Brayden Burnes, Nathan Puckett, Ryan Mason, Dylan Mihele and Nathan Dorsey.

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One Response to “Tritons Pee Wee Red Wins Orange Bowl, Eyes Nationals”

  1. Heidi
    November 1, 2014 at 2:22 pm #

    Worst display of adult chaperoning I have ever witnessed! If you have a child involved with this team be careful of who you trust watching over them. On Saturday 11/01/2014 I had lunch at the same establishment as the team. When we pulled into the parking lot several children were running around the next door parking lot unsupervised and even ran in front of our moving car without looking! Inside the restaurant the youth were not remaining in their seats or even their side of the restaurant. They were running inside, outside, all through the restaurant, and a few of them even decided to pick up their food and sit at a table that was just cleaned on the opposite side although there was a waiting list for other patrons! I’m happy this place can get the business, but I also witnessed several guests leave because of the noise, disorder, or long wait. (Some already had sat and ordered)

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