FAIRFIELD, Conn. The Fairfield Pop Warner Pee Wee Giants improved to 4-1 on the year with a dominating 26-0 victory against Danbury.
The Giants won the homecoming contest with a strong defense and efficient offense.
Sporting pink socks and pink arm bands to participate in National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Fairfield took a 6-0 lead on it second drive. Brian Azarian had a great run, breaking several tackles to bring Fairfield deep into Danbury territory. Harrison Houghton threw a TD pass to Will Parisi, who outjumped the Danbury defensive back for the catch.
Danbury had just one drive, at the end of the game, where it drove deep into Fairfield territory. Meanwhile, Fairfield's defense scored two touchdowns. Brian Azarian ran his interception into the end zone and Will Parisi stripped the ball away from a Danbury runner and raced 55 yards for a score
Jack Price and Gabe Reale made several nice tackles, and both made nice interceptions in the third quarter. Price rumbled about 35 yards, but the Fairfield offense was unable to cash in on that opportunity. Azarian capped the scoring in the fourth quarter, breaking free for 25-yard run. He also kicked the conversion, and Fairfields defense made a goal-line stand to end the game.
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