Pop Warner Team Honors Allen Fisher

Team wears green socks and "AF" decals in honor of team dad, Allen Fisher, who died last week after being struck by a car.


The following text was provided by Woburn Pop Warner:

The Woburn Irish American Woburn E2 Trojans who took on Wakefield Sunday played with heavy hearts wearing their green socks and AF decals on their helmets in memory of one their fellow teammates' father, Allen Fisher, who died last week after being struck by a car following a Pop Warner practice.

The captains of the game were Ryan Fisher, Symon Sathler, Steven (Biggs) Danizio, Patrick Malloy and Liam Nasr.

The boys were ready to play and so the offense took to the field consisting of Ryan Fisher, Gary Silva, Sean Venzia, Paul Lussiano, Liam Nasr, Zachary Roderick, James Breeden, Dylan Galex, Dennis Gouveia, Devin O'Connor, Sean Lafferty, Steven (Biggs) Danizio, Symon Sathler, Bobby Lafferty and the quarterback Patrick Malloy.

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The boys started things off good with a big run by Patrick Malloy and also a couple of big runs by Ryan Fisher almost getting into the endzone but the boys came up short.

It was now time for the defense to take to the field consisting of Leyland Stack, Jackson Young, Dennis Gouveia, Jayden Connors, Aidan O'Connor, Benjamin Dubrovskiy, Jayden Whitmer, William Connors, Michael Connors, Chase Flaherty, Paul Lussiano, Zachary Roderick and Symon Sathler. The defense made a couple of big stops by a combined tackle with Bobby Lafferty and Liam Nasr, but the boys could not stop Wakefield from scoring making the score 6-0 at the half.

The Woburn E2 team made many attempts throughout the game to score with a big run by Bobby Lafferty but were unable to get any points on the board. And their also one more big tackle by Symon Sathler towards the final minutes of the game. The final score of the game was 18-0.

The Woburn E2 team will take on East Lynn next in their final game of the season.


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