Uncategorized COYOTES RUMBLE OVER LOS ANGELES, 88-6 Posted on March 7, 2016 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr (SHADOW HILLS) – There was very little shoot, but plenty of run as the four-time champion SoCal Coyotes relied on their dominating offensive line and a revolving backfield of enormous defensive-players-turned-running-backs to rumble over the Los Angeles Hilltoppers, 88-6. With Coyote patriarch and Run ‘n’ Shoot guru Mouse Davis smiling from the sidelines, SoCal rotated starting linebackers Gary Young, Jake Sheffield and Javonte Brown at tailback, with spine-numbing results. The Coyotes rushed 31 times for 233 yards, behind the 1,700 pounds of left tackle Seung Jun Oh, guard Juan Mayen, center Eric Amidei, guard Cedric Cox and tackle Johnathan Zazueta. Young, fresh from an Arena Football tryout, caught two touchdowns and rushed for three to lead all scorers. Sheffield scored twice, Brown scored once, and Anthony Spencer scored twice. With a handful of stars doing the heavy lifting, the Coyotes used the afternoon for first- and second-year players deep in the depth chart to gain valuable game experience. Rashad ‘The Franchise’ Roberts went the entire way at quarterback for the second straight game, completing 18 of 25 for 267 yards and five touchdowns. Matt Arias led all receivers with six catches for 71 yards. Defensively, Denziel Myers returned an interception 67 yards for a touchdown, while Cedric Cox, Spencer, Young, Brown and Sheffield (3) all had sacks. Coyote football is the ultimate job interview for apprenticing talent. America’s #1 Developmental Pro Football Program improved to 2-0 on their Pac West spring season. ON THE FIELD, 70 PLAYERS EACH YEAR earn the distinction of ‘Defending the Shield’ in the uniform of the SoCal Coyotes. Many will earn a shot with NFL, CFL or AFL opportunities, or graduate into business careers. Off the field, more than 30,000 Coachella Valley youth annually participate in Coyote Leadership Training and receive published Coyote Leadership Curriculum. THE SOCAL COYOTES affect every community they touch. Coyote programs reach thousands of youth through coordinated efforts with numerous local charitable and civic organizations, including Boys & Girls Clubs, the YMCA, the Desert Strength Academy, the Boys & Girl Scouts of America, and Rotary International.