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2007 Senior JV White

Player Number

Offensive Postion

Defensive Position

Weight

ATKINS, Erick

36

     
BASSETT, Larkin

58

     
BOND, Casey

12

     
BUTCHER, Caleb

3

     
BYMERS, Andrew

25

     
CAHILL, Evan

63

     
CARRITHERS, Zachariah

51

     
CHAVEZ, Michael

18

     
COOR, Noah

23

     
DIZON, Julian

71

     
DOTY, Stuart

6

     
DURR, Jacob

66

     
FISH, Jimmy

29

     
FORD, Eric

38

     
GILLESPIE, Justin

34

     
GOMEZ, Joshua

52

     
HOLDEN, Jonathan

56

     
HOUGAN, Evan

49

     
HOUGAN, Hans

50

     
JOHNSON, Luke

14

     
KINDER, Joe

10

     
LOAGUE, Elliott

5

     
MARTIN, Anthony

7

     
PHILLIPS, Colton

87

     
SHEA, Neal

21

     
SPILLER, Jake

42

     
STOCK, Tanis

54

     
THOMPSON, Ian

57

     
VAUGHN, Casey

53

     
WALTRIP, Stephen

29

     
WILLIAMS, Kyle

11

     

 
Head Coach: Aaron Stock
Assistant Coaches: Dave Gomez, Dennis Shea, Aaron Butcher, Collin Spraque, Ryan Spiller
Coordinator: To Be Determined

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Coaches Corner

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10/6/07
 
Week 4; White Bears 0 Hawks 24
The Bears came out hard in an effort to challenge an excellent team. The Hawks came into the contest unbeaten and at the top of the division. The Bears offense managed to move the ball well by dominating the line of scrimmage early in the first half but failed to exploit this success into a score. According to Coach Coleman, head coach for the Hawks, he had to use the entire playbook to overcome a stingy Bear defense. The Bears managed a pair of interceptions and fumble recoveries that stalled Hawk drives. The Hawks managed all of their scores off of the short field in a game that saw field position become critical. This week the Bears start the post season which means that our record is 0 and 0. The Bears hope to play the role of spoiler and will come out with maximum effort to finish the season strong.
 
Go Bears!!!

9/29/07
 
Week 4; White Bears 6 Blazers 19
We had another tough loss this week but not without some great effort from our players. Defense prevented the shutout when it scored on a recovered fumble. One of our big linemen ran it 50 yards for the score managing to outrun speedier pursuers. As any lineman will tell you, the opportunity to score is always a special treat. Offense struggled a bit but still managed some nice plays to build upon for next week’s match-up against the #1 Hawks. Coaches and players would like to thank parents and fans for their loyal support.

9/22/07
White Bears 0 Rams 14
The Bears slipped to 0 and 3 with a loss to the visiting Rams.  While it is tough to be without a vic, the Bear coaches remain optimistic that we are "one gear away" from breaking out. The Rams offense scored twice, moving the ball well with a balanced attack from the ground and the air.  The Bear offense also managed some nice drives, but sputtered in the red-zone, once coughing up the ball and turning it over to the Rams.  Defense, once again, held their own, showing signs of promise for the weeks to come. All of the Bears got their beaks wet and participated in the effort.  This has been an important focus for the coaching staff this year as we have so many first year rookies and player development is a priority.
 
Go Bears!!!

9/15/07
 
Olympia White Bears 6 Tumwater T-Birds 13
After a slow start in the first half, the visiting Bears came out in the third quarter looking to come from behind and pull out a win against the T-Birds. Tumwater took an early lead and were looking to sit on it and cruise to a victory. The Bears had other ideas and managed to mount some impressive drives to control the ball and the clock and come within a score of beating the stunned T-Birds. The Bear offensive line was dominating the line of scrimmage and the T-Bird defense was also taking a beating from the platoon of Bear running backs that were busy hacking out big chunks of yardage. The old football adage, we didn't lose, we just ran out of time, came true when the Bears failed to punch it in with 6 seconds on the clock and no time outs left. Had the Bears scored, the game clock would have read zero but the Bears were planning to go for the win and not the tie by kicking the point-after for 2 points (in TCYFL, PAT's are worth 2 points and Conversions are worth 1 point (opposite of high-school, college, and pro's)). The Bears coaches were pleased with their team's performance at all levels. The Bears plan to take this momentum into next week contest when they host the Blazers at 4:30 pm, Saturday, at Ingersoll Stadium.
 
9/08/07
 
Olympia White Bears 7 Black Hills Wolves 22
The Bears kicked off their 2007 campaign with a home opener against the Wolves. This year's Bears not only includes a cadre of returning veterans, some playing new positions, but also first year rookies eager to make their mark. The young team impressed coaches with their tenacity and desire and held the much more experienced Wolves to only three scores that came off a few big plays. Offense moved the ball well, but failed to capitalize on the short field provided by their defense. The Bear's only score came off of an excellent pitch and catch, demonstrating that the Bears have the added threat of an air attack this season. The team would like to thank parents, cheerleaders, and fans for their support.
 
 

"You learn you can do your best even when it's hard, even when you're tired and maybe hurting a little bit.
It feels good to show some courage."  -Joe Namath

Game Day Schedule

Date

Time

Home   Visitor

Location

Score

9/8/2007

6:00

BEARS vs. Wolves

Ingersoll

 7 - 22
9/15/2007

6:00

T-Birds vs. BEARS

Tumwater HS

 6 - 13
9/22/2007

4:30

BEARS vs. RAMS

Ingersoll

 0 - 14
9/29/2007

6:00

Blazers vs. BEARS

Ingersoll

 19 - 6

10/6/2007

4:30

BEARS vs. Hawks

Ingersoll

 0 - 24

10/13/2007            
10/20/2007            
10/27/2007            
* check official TCYFL Website for changes.

 


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