Coach Chris Mercadal and the 12-0 staff Broncos prevail in an intense defensive battle against seeded Fontana Skyhawks, who were also undefeated ahead of Saturday’s epic battle
(Editorial YourDigitalWall): – Temecula, CA, December 23, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – The Division 1 – Murrieta Broncos Junior All-American The football team, which finished the 2021 season 12-0 (seeded No.2), outlasted No.1 seed Fontana Skyhawks (now 11-1) in an epic defensive battle that saw the Chris Mercadal Broncos win with a score of 7-6.
The two teams compete in weight and age Southern California Junior American Football Conference (SCJAAF) which encompasses both elite and non-elite level football teams, grouped into divisions ranging from Division 1 to Division 2 and 1-A and 1-AA in between, with all teams eligible to win playoff spots and ultimately the SCJAAF Super Bowl Championship games, if they win; in the Elite Micro D1 division, it was the No.1 offense and No.1 defense of the conference in Murrieta and Fontana – enduring league powers – with a draw determining the No.1 seed ° 1 – Fontana Skyhawks.
The game began with the Skyhawks descending the grounds of Norco High School (host site) with a brutal ground and pound attack with unbalanced formations and crucial blocking patterns that were often effective for the powerful offensive of Murrieta Broncos, who combines the League’s No.1 passing attack with an equally effective and top-rated rush attack, the Broncos have scored, then converted an extra point, but it’s their strong, tenacious defense on the line. goal that secured a 7-6 victory for Murrieta in the dying seconds.
Youth football leagues, such as the SCJAAF league, are essentially feeding programs of the team’s local football programs and corresponding local high schools. The Murrieta Broncos take inspiration from the region’s powerful high school football team – the Vista Murrieta Broncos – with the Fontana team relying on future Summit High School football players – a look at local Freshman High School football in 3-4 years old, with many coaches of youth football teams, also currently or formerly coaches at secondary level. Countless former All-American Junior Football League players have had exceptional careers in high school football, received college football scholarships, and also had exceptional careers in the NFL as coaches and players.
Murrieta Broncos Micro D1 head coach Chris Mercadal also coaches Elite Murrieta Frat Boyz 10 – 12u 7 of 7 Passing League (founded by Chris claiborne and Lonnie ford) and is currently the varsity backs coach for the California State Top 50 High School Football Team – Vista Murrieta; The president of the Murrieta Junior All-American League – Kyle Jackson – is also on the staff of Vista Murrieta.
The Mercadal players, whose son, Payton Mercadal, a key and skilled veteran of the team, is made up of many freshman footballers, other players from the Frat Boyz 7-7 football team, who also participate simultaneously in other sports during and after the football tackle season, such as catch, baseball, basketball, boxing, jiu-jitsu, soccer and motocross, some even attend sports training academies but, for a rigorous but rewarding 5 to 6 month period in summer, fall and winter, engage in the best youth football program in the area.
The 2021 SCJAAF D1 Micro Division champions and their entire league, during the month of October, supported Breast Cancer Awareness Month by wearing pink socks and ribbon stickers on their helmets, and the MJAAF website shows support for type 1 diabetes awareness, regarding warning signs, symptoms and young.
The Murrieta Junior All-American Youth Football League accepts donations and is always in need of volunteers: www.MurrietaYouthFootball.com
Coaches of the 2021 Murrieta Broncos Micro D1 Championship: Chris Mercadal (Head Coach), Christian Dekker, Shane Granger, Efrain Soto, Patrick Ford, Darren Joseph, David Jones, Joseph Tilt, Adrian Smith, Shawn Moore
Sports director: Charmaine Mercadal
Mum of the team: Charmain Mercadal
Movie: Carlos Frutos
Players of the 2021 Murrieta Broncos Micro D1 championship:
Jace BARELA, DJ BERCASIO, Mason BOOKER, Aayden BOSBY-SMITH, Noah CHALFANT, Tavoi CRAVENS, Declan CRILLY, Mason DEKKER, Jaquori FORD, Cruz FRUTOS, Shane GRANGER, Gavin HOLLEY, Austin JONES, Payton MERCADAL, DetavER, Chad MITCHELL MOORE, Carl PAYNE III, Teagan PEOPLE, Chase PEREIRA, Aaron PEREZ, Luke SEVILLA, Jael SOTO, Michael VALLEJO