Videos Archive 2004–2009

2009 Var­sity Foot­ball High­light Reel

Galileo Var­sity Foot­ball high­light reel for 2009 season.

Galileo Var­sity Foot­ball is back on top of the AAA with the senior class (2010), who won the 2007 Frosh/Soph cham­pi­onship, lead­ing the way in a sur­pris­ing 9–3 (8–1) fin­ish that cap­tured the city crown by derail­ing 4peat champ, Lin­coln 35–0 in the Turkey Day Cham­pi­onship Game. Win­less a sea­son ago, this year’s cham­pi­onship team fea­tured a stel­lar offense (that had per-game aver­ages of 30+ points, 353 total yards, 300 yards on the ground, 7 yards per carry) and a stingy defense (3 shutouts). Galileo nota­bles: #13 Dylan Nelson-QB/P/K (AAA Player of the Year), #5 Quincy Nelson-RB/FS (AAA RB of the Year), #54 Shaun Numera-MLB/DT (AAA Defen­sive Player of the Year, First Team All-City (#44 Pat Ale-FB, #24 Paul Hill-LB, #8 Chuck Jones-LB, #56 Jovesa Cakau-DE, #32 Waynelle Buckner-CB). Video nota­bles: #2 Erik Wil­son with 3 amaz­ing catches (1 at Berean, 2 in T-Day), Buck­ner, Q. Nel­son & Hill with a pick6 each, at 12:38 Q. Nel­son leaps a defender, at 10:08 Chuck Jones puts the game out of reach with a TD run at Low­ell, at 14:05 Q. Nel­son demon­strates more than speed and power-he throws in the “spin cycle”.

2009 Frosh/Soph Foot­ball High­light Reel

2009 FS Foot­ball high­light reel.

Henok Tad­desse (#8) and Rob­bie Trumbo (#44) high­lights the 2–5 (2–8) frosh/soph sea­son with big runs in head coach, Dominic Mul­lens debut sea­son with assis­tant, Ben Moore call­ing the offense. Other nota­bles: QB, Liam Ford launches a deep pass to frosh receiver, Angelo Rubi; FB Anthony Au (#7) makes a great cut vs Mar­shall; Joey Owyeong defends a pass; Justin Yung (#81) strolls down the side­line for a first down; Romero O’Neal (#28) and Wes­ley Ale (#15) demon­strates great pursuit.

“We Love Our Seniors”


This 2-minute film directed, filmed and edited by junior wide receiver, Erik Wil­son, was shot as a promo for the play­off game at home and also used to honor our seniors dur­ing senior week. Other cred­its: writ­ten and FX by Coach Mark, pho­tog­ra­phy by pho­tog­ra­phy teacher, Mr. Schnitzer and photo stu­dent, Dustin Andrick.

Hit­stick 09: Rob­bie Trumbo

Rob­bie Trumbo vs Northgate.

Rob­bie Trumbo (vs North­gate High) makes one of his many big hits in the 2009 Frosh/Soph season.

2007 Frosh/Soph Foot­ball High­light Reel

Dylan Nel­son matures into the QB posi­tion as he leads the young lions to a 5–1 AAA Frosh/Soph Cham­pi­onship. Jesse Armas and Sam Hong put together a 1–2 punch on the ground with full­backs, Chuck Jones and Fran­cisco Rodriguez clear­ing the way. Fresh­man sen­sa­tion, Quincy Nel­son arrives 4 games into the sea­son, tak­ing a reverse into the end­zone against Bal­boa with his first carry. Shaun Numera becomes Nelson’s favorite tar­get at tigh­t­end with wide-out Andrew Huang. Numera and Jones also dou­bles as line­back­ers. Other nota­bles: Pat Ale at defen­sive end and full back.

2005 Frosh/Soph Foot­ball High­light Reel

Javohn Cherry takes over for Huang to out­gun the Triple-A frosh/soph divi­sion with sopho­more receiver Anthony Lay­ton (#5) and fresh­man sen­sa­tion, Tyler Nel­son (#81). Jackie Phung (#44) chewed up yardage with his spin moves and Askari Wooten (#9) com­pleted the ground game at full­back. Wooten also filled the mid­dle line­backer void and reg­is­tered the “hit­stick of the year” as seen at the end of the video. Other nota­bles: Jor­dan Luse (#9 then #84) at defen­sive end was a run-stopper. David Chan (#80) took a few end-arounds to the house and also made a record inter­cep­tion returned 101 yards for a touch­down. Robert Moy (#48) gets his own spot­light as spe­cial teams player of the year and Kent Wang (#34) makes a game-saving tackle at 8:32 right after the dude loses his shoe. This squad didn’t know bet­ter, they just loved to hit…and jump on piles. Nar­rowly miss­ing the cham­pi­onship, these young lions took home a 4–2 sec­ond place finish.

2004 Frosh/Soph Foot­ball High­light Reel

QB, Danny Huang leads an aer­ial assault with Deshawn Jose (#2) and Willie Thomas (#6) at the receiv­ing end. Bran­don Fong (#5) and Rashaad Head­speth (#9) paced the run-game with a few elec­tri­fy­ing car­ries by Jose as the young lions fin­ished with a 3–3 (3–6) record under 1st year head coach Mark Huynh.