Bell-Jeff Wins Homecoming!

November 2, 2008 by  

Bell-Jeff 18, Salesian 6: Bell-Jeff extended its win streak to five with the Santa Fe League victory at Burroughs High.

Micah Shirley six catches for 96 yards for the Guards (6-2, 2-0). Jairo Trujilo kicked field goals of 23 and 27 yards for Bell-Jeff.

The Guards defense forced five turnovers, recored three sacks and blocked a punt. #24 Javier Gonzalez, (see picture) returned a fumble four yards for a touchdown in the third quarter to give Bell-Jeff a 9-0 lead. The Guards now possess a 6-2 record. They host St. Anthony for a Santa Fe league battle on Saturday, November 8. Bellarmine-Jefferson will play a Saints squad coming off a 21-7 league win over St. Monica (Santa Monica, CA). The Saints record now stands at 5-3.

– Trevor Duckworth – Daily News –

Photos by: Katie Watkins

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SPECIAL NOTE:

On Friday October 24th, Junior running back #20 Johnathan “JT” Ticareno dislocated his elbow during the game against Silver Valley.  

He was leading the JV team in rushing yards, touchdowns and tackles before his injury and his presence and leadership will surely be missed. 

“JT” has already undergone several surgeries and is still hospitalized at the time of this writing and we ask that everyone continue to pray for his complete and speedy recovery. 

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3 Responses to “Bell-Jeff Wins Homecoming!”

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  2. Eric on November 6th, 2008 10:48 am

    Great job Javier! You should change your name to “Big Play Javi!”

    I’d also like to send out a prayer and get well soon to “JT”…

    Eric

  3. Lucy Radoccia-Vega on November 6th, 2008 1:37 pm

    In regards to the special notes regarding JT ,as a parent this is the greatest fear we have that our children will get injuried during such a physical game as football. My thoughts and prayers are with JT and also his parents as I know how stressful this must be for them. My hope is that your next special note will be to report that JT is out of the hospital and is making a full recovery!

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