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.