KINGMAN - After going winless during the 2009 season and having lost their first four games this year, the Chargers are now rolling with two consecutive wins, including a 32-19 win over the Chiefs Saturday at Kingman Middle School to advance to the semifinals of the Kingman Youth Football League playoffs.
Gavin Lowey led the Chargers (2-4) with two touchdowns. He scored on the Chargers' first play from scrimmage with a 40-yard run and later scored on a 45-yard touchdown run.
Migel Salinas added a 30-yard touchdown run, Caleb Feil scored from 62 yards out and Bryce Brown added a rushing touchdown for the Chargers.
Defensively, J.R. Mendez and Kannon Butler had interceptions for the team.
Trey Hagler led the Chiefs (1-5) with two touchdowns, and Justin York had a 35-yard touchdown run.
Jay Gastineau, Derrick Kelley and Dominic Polley each scored touchdowns for the Packers (5-1), and a total team effort kept the Raiders (1-5) out of the end zone. The Packers advance to the semifinals against the Cowboys (3-3).
In a non-playoff scrimmage, the Vikings stayed unbeaten with a 21-7 win over the Cowboys.
The Vikings (6-0) held a 14-0 first quarter lead after Chase Williams threw a 21-yard touchdown pass to Sean Sullivan, and Jeremy Stewart ran in the extra point. The Vikings added their second score when Sullivan ran in a 9-yard touchdown run, and Brycen Hodges ran in the extra point.
It was 21-0 at the half when Sullivan galloped 88 yards for a touchdown. Williams ran in the extra point.
The Cowboys got on the board in the third quarter when Andrew Davis scored from 45 yards out and ran in the extra point.
9 a.m. Raiders vs. Chiefs
10:30 a.m. Cowboys vs. Packers
Noon Chargers vs. Vikings