Steelers best Saints in peewee football action

October 10, 2013 Robert Cavaliere
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Right after the opening day ceremony of Parkville Youth Organization’s full tackle football program, the peewee division took over the field and Bay Ridge erupted in a huge rumble. The enthusiasm of the fans inspired and motivated the players to produce an exciting, action-packed football game.

The first half highlighted the Miciotta brothers, Salvatore and Carlo, on the score board.

Carlo drew first blood by scoring the first T.D. of the season after a 35-yard rough-and-tumble run. He did this on the very first play of the game. Salvatore Miciotta scored the extra point and took the ball on a 29-yard jaunt to hit pay dirt for another T.D. for the Steelers.

The Saints didn’t reach golden soil but played exceptionally well with fierce determination. Aidan Farley, Marcus Vargas and Aaron Altamirano proved practice makes perfect with outstanding performances.

Other Saints that contributed to their teams stellar effort were Thomas Fegan, Christian Morban and Aiden Brunson. One of the toughest members of the Saints was Billy Kruger, who displayed all the right moves and promises an exciting season.

One Saint player worthy of being mentioned even though he didn’t get in the game is Alex Gonzalez. Here’s a 100 percent team player who was unable to play because of medical reasons, but nothing could keep him from coming to the game to cheer for his team mates. Way to be Alex!

The Steelers’ success was due to strong defense with Oscar Zheng, Luka Skoda and Jo Jo Nardiello. Matthew Santos and Gabriel Espineliwere also major contributors to the Steelers’ victory.

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