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LOS ANGELES HAMILTON HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2013

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CIF LOS ANGELES CITY SECTION 2012 ALL STAR - DIVISION I



Acusio Mater Dei Quarterback

Acusio Alexander Hamilton High School Quarterback

CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY QB. Cougars earned 2012 National #21 DIII ranking with 10-1 record. Northern Athletics Conference Champs

HAMILTON HIGH SCHOOL STARTING VARSITY QUARTERBACK JUNIOR AND SENIOR SEASONS

MATER DEI HIGH SCHOOL QB FRESHMAN and SOPHOMORE SEASONS

SELECTED TO PLAY IN 2013 PREPSTAR CALIFORNIA CLASSIC BOWL ALL STAR GAME

Trainer Jhonny Mejia, Acusio, Mr. Bivona

Trainer Jhonny Mejia, Acusio, Mr. Bivona

CLICK HERE AND WATCH ACUSIO 2012 HIGHLIGHTS

CLICK HERE. ACUSIO THROWs 3 TD STRIKES VS MATER DEI 2012 PASSING LEAGUE GAME

(Quick Look version) ACUSIO BIVONA HAMILTON FOOTBALL 2011 HIGHLIGHTS (Click Here)

CLICK HERE AND WATCH ACUSIO LEAD MATER DEI WHITE TEAM TO VICTORY IN 2011 VARSITY SPRING GAME

3,029 PASSING YARDS AS HAMILTON HIGH SCHOOL STARTING VARSITY QUARTERBACK

CLASS OF 2013 ALEXANDER HAMILTON MATH/SCIENCES/MEDICAL SCHOOL

3.5 GPA, 26 ACT, Enrolled in 2 AP and 3 Honors Classes for Senior Year

HEIGHT: 5' 10" WEIGHT: 170 POUNDS

CURRENT QUARTERBACK TRAINING BY STEVE CLARKSON/TIM KAUB (2010-CURRENT)

QUARTERBACK TRAINING BY NICK STREMICK FROM AGES 10-14

WEIGHT TRAINING: ALEX RODRIGUEZ (CURRENT)

WEIGHT/AGILITY TRAINING: JHONNY MEJIA (2008-2011)

SPEED/AGILITY TRAINING: ERICH NALL (2011/2012)

SPEED/AGILITY TRAINING: VINCENT PARKS (CURRENT)

MATER DEI FOOTBALL HEAD COACH: BRUCE ROLLINSON

MATER DEI FOOTBALL OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR: DAVE MONEY

HAMILTON FOOTBALL HEAD COACH: KELVIN MOORE

HIGH SCHOOL MISSION STATEMENT: "WORKING TO BECOME THE ELITE QUARTERBACK IN THE LOS ANGELES CIF CITY SECTION BY WORKING HARDER AND SMARTER THAN ANY OTHER. TO CARRY ON AND UPHOLD THE TRADITIONS OF HAMILTON HIGH SCHOOL AND HAMILTON YANKEES FOOTBALL. ALSO TO BECOME ANOTHER IN A HISTORICAL LINE OF TOP LEVEL QUARTERBACKS TO GO TO THE NEXT LEVEL THAT PARTICIPATED IN MATER DEI HIGH SCHOOL'S (2009/2010) STORIED FOOTBALL PROGRAM WHILE CARRYING ON THAT KIND OF TRADITION/WORK ETHIC AT HAMILTON HIGH SCHOOL. TO SERVE MY FAITH, FAMILY, MY SCHOOL, AND MY COMMUNITY AT A HIGH LEVEL AND IN A POSITIVE MANNER. TO EPITOMIZE THE POSITIVE ATTRIBUTES OF A STUDENT ATHLETE."

In 2011 and 2012 I had successful seasons as varsity starter for Hamilton High. Adjusted well and succeeded wth the transitions from back-up at Mater Dei to starter at Hamilton along with adjusting to a new school, new city, new culture, and a new offensive system. Now that I have completed my roll as leader of my Yankees football team, I am in "off-season warrior" training mode to assure that I am physically and mentally prepared to play at the college level and contribute to a superior season for my team, my teammates, and myself. I will will be breaking down and learning from 2011/2012 video in the off-season with my coaches and be ready to recognize every defensive front, blitz, and coverage and be capable of decisively attacking every defense and situation I am faced with in college.

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ACUSIO E-MAIL CONTACT Click Here: RobinBivona@gmail.com

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ACUSIO MISSION VIEJO COWBOYS QUARTERBACK
YOUTH FOOTBALL: ACUSIO VOTED TO THE ORANGE COUNTY JUNIOR ALL AMERICAN 2006 ALL CONFERENCE TEAM

ACUSIO 2006 MISSION VIEJO COWBOYS QB STATS: 71% PASSING COMPLETIONS, 560 YARDS PASSING.





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COWBOYS CONTRIBUTE BIG IN ALL CONFERENCE FOOTBALL WIN!

December 10, 2006 (Mission Viejo) Seven Junior Pee Wee football players from the Mission Viejo Cowboys took advantage of the privilege of playing in the 19th Annual Orange County Junior All American (OCJAAF) All Conference Game by posting a thrilling 14-12 Red vs. Blue victory at Rowland Heights High School Saturday.

The OCJAAF Red squad, representing primarily Orange County teams, kicked off to the Blue squad to begin the contest and on the first play from scrimmage Tyler Argy (Fountain Valley) pounced on a Blue fumble to give Red the ball. On the second Red offensive play quarterback Acusio Bivona (Mission Viejo) handed the ball off to running back Sydney Reynolds (Mission Viejo) who broke through the left side for a 30 yard touchdown, but the play was called back due to a procedure penalty. The Blue squad, representing primarily Los Angeles County teams, scored on the ensuing drive with a 1 yard plunge. Reynolds and Ronald Harris (Mission Viejo) broke up a pass attempt for the extra point and the score was 6-0 Blue.

In the second quarter Reynolds sped for 40 yards on a reverse, but the Red drive stalled at the 20 yard line. Red linebacker, Akili Gamba (Mission Viejo), had consecutive tackles for loss as the Red defense stepped up the pressure. On the last play of the half the Blue team went for it all and Reynolds made them pay by intercepting the pass and zigzagging 50 yards for a Red touchdown. The extra point kick attempt was fumbled and the halftime score was 6-6.

The third quarter started off with a 70 yard scamper by a Blue running back which set up an 8 yard touchdown run. Harris and Gamba stuffed the off-tackle attempt for extra point and Blue was up 12-6. Gamba continued his tough play on the next Red offensive series as he took a handoff on a dive play and broke six tackles on a bruising, tone-setting run. Center Aaron Burela (Mission Viejo), Bivona, Gamba, Reynolds and the Red offense continued on a 12 play drive that ate up much of the 3rd quarter and went into the 4th with the drive stalling at the Blue 20 yard line. On the next play Robert Reyes (Fountain Valley) recovered a Blue fumble at the 10 yard line and the Red squad was in business. On the second play of the short drive quarterback Alek Torgersen (Fountain Valley) rolled out and threw a beautiful touchdown pass to Jeffrey Carlyle (Newport Beach) which tied the score at 12-12. A perfect snap by Dehjon Hurd (Corona) and hold by Carlyle led to a booming extra point kick by Kyle Reilly (Dana Point) which gave the Red team a 14-12 lead with 3:37 left in the game. The Red defense shut down the Blue offense with a four and out and Bivona ran the clock out with two kneel downs to end the game as the ecstatic Red players jumped and celebrated on the sidelines with a water shower for Head Coach Robin Bivona (Mission Viejo). The victory ended an 8 year drought for the Junior Pee Wee Red All Conference team.

Reynolds finished with 117 yards rushing and Torgersen was 3 of 5 passing for 45 yards. Carlyle had two receptions for 25 yards and Khidhar Fields (Irvine) added a catch for 20 yards. The Red defense, coordinated by Sonny Reynolds (Mission Viejo), held the speedy Blue team to 142 total yards. The Red offense was coordinated by Hector Martinez (Fountain Valley) and put up 202 yards. Other Mission Viejo Cowboys contributors included Michael Mackesy, and Tanner Murphey. The Blue All Conference team was coached by Carson.

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