Noah’s Spring Water Team of the Week: Denair’s Coyotes enjoying resurgent season under Coach Anthony Armas

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Denair Coyotes Head Football Coach Anthony Armas

Denair Coyotes Head Football Coach Anthony Armas

Denair Coyotes collect cases of Noah's Spring Water delivered by Black Hat Football.

Denair Coyotes collect cases of Noah’s Spring Water delivered by Black Hat Football.

Black Hat Football has a Tip of the Hat to Varni Brothers Corp. and Noah’s Spring Water, key partners in our comprehensive coverage of high school football in The 209.

Each week, Black Hat visits a high school to deliver a bounty of Noah’s refreshing spring water. We know high school teams receiving the five hefty cases of Noah’s Spring Water — packed in 24-ounce, resealable cans — appreciate the timely delivery, as well.

Denair High’s enjoying a resurgent season under Coach Anthony Armas, posting a 4-2 record (2-1 in league) as it prepares to face Orestimba (3-1, 3-0) Friday in Southern League play. The Coyotes are Black Hat’s Noah’s Spring Water Team of the Week.

Denair has struggled the last five years, with just 11 wins, and this season’s four victories are already the most since the 2010 team went 6-5 and reached the playoffs.. The most difficult part of the schedule lies ahead, with unbeaten Delhi following Orestimba on the schedule.

The Coyotes are getting it done with a handful of players, suiting up from 12 to 15 players each Friday night. They’re coming off a 32-0 win over Ripon Christian, and have been led by the running of Brenden Curnow, who hasd been picking up chunks of yards behind Joe Brasil (OT/DL), Hector Obando (OG/DE) and Zach Ramaley (OG/LB).

The defense has posted back-to-back shutouts behind Curnow (CB), Kyle Prock (CB), Chase Pritt (safety) and  Joseph Ciccarelli (LB).

Video is from the Denair High School Athletics Department, it includes varsity and JV football highlights and interviews from their wins against Le Grand and Ripon Christian.

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About the Author ()

Richard T. Estrada has been covering high school football in The 209 area code for more than 30 years and is the voice of authority on the game in California's Central Valley. He oversaw The Modesto Bee's high school sports coverage for a couple of decades, and also was a national award-winning business and agriculture writer. Black Hat Football not only covers the game, but emphasizes education and the need for The 209's student-athletes to prepare for college.

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