Friday, November 12, 2010

Daron s season is finished.... Lost in 1st Round of D3 JPW Playoff

Daron really had a great learning experience playing against older kids (age 9-10-11) as a starting quarterback for age 8. He was really glad to be playing in Central Massachusetts Pop Warner League this season because of more games, better competition and making him becoming a better player. All the teams he played against now knows Daron will be one of the key players near future. The opponents coaches said a lot of good things about Daron to his coaches.

His 2010 Season Stats: 17/42 302 Passing Yards Total. 13 dropped passes 2 Touchdown Passes ( 9 yards and 55 yards ) 6 Interceptions 10 Games Total. Overall Record 3-7 and made the D3 JPW playoff as seed # 8 tiebreaker. We won the tie breaker because of our strength schedule. We were the only 9 year old D3 JPW Team in the league to compete against 9-10-11 years old team this season! Something Daron, his players and coaches are proud of. We gave them a fight every single game except they got blow out by one team in Worcester.

Next season Daron will be moving up to Junior Pee Wee D2 team (age 9-10-11) and will be playing quarterback for D2 JPW team. His football season is not really over because he see his Quarterback Coach next week for his QB training to get ready for his season next year. In few weeks, he will be flying to Las Vegas for Off Season Elite QB Camp. He will be very busy working hard on his skills with his qb coach weekly, going to camps and working with his Sentinals wide receivers..

Daron told me he would like to thank his great coaches, Coach King, Coach Aaron, Coach Mike and Coach Nate for all their help teaching him this season.. Daron also would like to thank Manchester Sentinals President Dave Mencarini for his great support this season! We will see you again next season. No worries, we are staying with the Sentinals and we are not going back to the Enfield Ramblers next season! Go Sentinals!!!!

Please check his Highlight video below. (4 minutes long)

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