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Sunday, Oct 14 2012 04:52 PM

Tomahawks overwhelm Southern by a combined 125-0 score in all four divisions

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The Freshman Tomahawks recorded the first of four TYF victories this past Saturday with a 34-0 victory over the Southern Ravens. The 34 points scored was the most the freshman have scored in one game this season. Overall, the Tehachapi Youth Football program outscored the Southern Ravens 125-0 in all four games combined.

The Varsity Tomahawks dominated in all facets of the game last Saturday in a runaway 36-0 victory over the Southern Ravens at the Benz-Visco Youth Football Fields.

Tehachapi (3-3) took the opening kickoff for a touchdown and then padded their lead with three more rushing touchdowns to go up 30-0 after only two quarters of play.

Both Southern and Tehachapi elected to go with a running clock in the third and fourth quarters, but the Tomahawks still managed to record a fumble recovery, interception, and one yard rushing touchdown in the second half for the eventual 36-0 final score.

The junior varsity, sophomores and freshmen also had impressive outcomes with shutout victories. The jayvee’s won 28-0, while the sophomores won 27-0 and the freshmen won 34-0.

For the season, the jayvee squad has victories over the Fareast Titans, Garces Fighting Irish and Southern. The sophomores have defeated Fareast, the Central Roustabouts, and Southern, while the freshmen recorded their second straight win of the season after defeating Garces the week before.

The game against Southern was the home finale, with one more regular season game slated for this Saturday against the
Western Talons at Bakersfield Christian High School. All four levels of Tomahawks will be in action, with the Freshmen set to start the first game at 11 a.m.

For more information on the Tomahawks current season, history and rich tradition, please visit the 2012 Tomahawks link on the thswarriors.com webpage.

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