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Week #1 2011

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 Week 1

Game Recaps

Game #1
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Baltimore Metro Stallions 28, Baltimore County  Panthers 0

In the first game of the 2011 GYFL Season, the reigning Champion Baltimore Metro Stallions showed that they would be formidable again this year as they try to defend their title.  Gone on to high school are many of the stars from the Championship team.  The GYFL Most Valuable Player Dalontae Jennings is at Mervo Tech.  Mammoth offensive lineman Orlando Brown Jr is at DeMatha.  Other stars from last years most dominant team are at schools like Dunbar of Baltimore, St. Frances, and other top public and private schools in the Baltimore Metropolitan Area.

One of the holdovers from last years squad, who was good enough to make the team as a 7th grader is Quay Marshall from the NW Bulldogs.  Quay was a dominant pass rushing defensive end on last years squad, but he came back this year 3 inches taller, faster, quicker, and leaner.  Although he still plays rush end on the defensive side of the ball, Quay looks like he has the chances to be a game changing WR this year with his 6'3", 170lb. frame. 

GM and Head Coach Ty Johnson and his staff were ready to play on this day against a new franchise for the 2011 season.  The Baltimore County Panthers, led by General Manager Randy Carrington knew that his team would be in for an uphill battle having to face the powerful Stallions in the opening game of the season.  Never to back down from a challenge, the Panthers came out and competed with the Stallions early in the first quarter.

Baltimore Metro opened up the first series and moved the ball effectively on the ground behind Trent Gordan and Deangelo Wright.  Davon Monette, who  showed off a 34" vertical jump at the combine broke off a scintillating 19 yard run to put the Stallions in scoring position before a fumble by Gordon stopped the momentum.   Quay Marshall and the Stallion defense swallowed up the Panthers on their first drive and set the tone for the day with a blocked punt.  After dropping a sure pass from Angelo Payne, Marshall came back 3 plays later on the drive with a beautiful 28 yard catch from Payne to get the Stallions in scoring position.  Wright scored on a 3 yard TD run, then caught the 2 point conversion from Payne to give them an 8 - 0 lead early in the 1st Quarter.  Nashua Lopez made several tackles on the drive but the Panthers were not able to contain the push from the Stallion offensive line.

The Panthers got the ball right back but were unable to move it.  QB Teion Hopkins turned the ball over with a fumble that was forced by Troy Hollis and recovered by Calen Wheeler.  Baltimore County bent on the next possession but did not break and caused a turnover on downs.  Howerver, they were unable to benefit after fumbling the ball again on a poor pitch by Hopkins to Keral Patterson that was recovered by Marshall.  On the ensuing play, Angelo Payne connected with Calen Wheeler on a 9 yard TD pass to give the Stallions a 14 - 0 lead.

After shutting down the Baltimore County offense again, the Stallions went to the air with Payne completing a 26 yard pass to Marshall up the right sideline and a 39 yard TD pass to Brennan Alston on the very next play.  Payne has the benefit of tremendous size with Marshall and blazing speed with Alston.  Alston got behind his defender and Payne threw a perfect pass for the touchdown to push the score to 20 - 0, which is how the half ended.

The second had a similar theme to the first half with the Baltimore Metro defense stifling the Baltimore County offense, then grinding it out with the run game, as well as mixing in some reverses and long passes.  Payne found Brennan Alston on a 32 yard pass to put the Stallions back in scoring position and Deangelo Wright scored on another short run to push the score to 28 - 0.  There was no more scoring before the final horn blew.  Baltimore Metro controlled the ball and the clock and salted the game away.

Although the Baltimore County All Stars were not able to muster up very much offense on the day, they did show that they had some players who really had heart.  Nashua Lopez and Keral Patterson were standouts on defense, both recording 8 tackles and both recovering a fumble.  The offense was out of sync, but the defense played really hard.  Nicholas Pearce showed that he was a tough hard nosed player and the Panthers did not quit on their coaching staff.  They have a bye next week, which will give them 2 weeks to prepare for their next opponent and we expect them to come back strong.

Quay Marshall and Marquise Williams were dominant on defense for the Baltimore Metro All Stars.  Angelo Payne showed promise as a QB and if the Stallions can add an effective passing game to their strong running attack, they will be hard to stop.  Brennan Alston showed flashes of brilliance as well.

The final score was Baltimore Metro Stallions 28, Baltimore County Panthers 0


Game Stats
:

Baltimore Metro Stallions

Offense

Passing Comp Att Yards TD Int Sacks Fum
Angelo Payne 9 12 121 2 0 0 0
Total Passing
9 12 121 2 0 0 0
Rushing Att Yards Avg. TD Fum
Davon Monette 4 26 6.5 0 0
Deangelo Wright 8 25 3.1 2 1
Michael Freeman 1 18 18.0 0 0
Brenan Alston 2 18 9.0 0 0
Trent Gordon 4 14 3.5 0 1
Rostin Bromell 2 4 2.0 0 0
Santino Jennings 2 1 0.5 0 0
Angelo Payne 3 1 0.3 0 0
Malik Wilks 1 0 0.0 0 0
Marquis Williams 3 -4 -1.3 0 1
Total Rushing: 28 105 3.75 2 3
Receiving Rec Yards Avg. TD Fum
Brennan Alston 2 71 35.5 1 0
Quay Marshall 2 54 27.0 0 0
Calen Wheeler 1 9 9.0 1 0
Michael Freeman 1 3 3.0 0 0
Deangelo Wright 1 -5 -5.0 0 0
Davon Monette 2 -11 -5.5 0 0
Total Receiving: 9 121 13.4 2 0
Offense Yards
Total Rushing 105
Total Receiving 121
Total Offense: 226


Baltimore Metro Stallions

Defense 

Name Tckl Sacks Int F Fum R Fum
Quay Marshall 9 1 0 0 1
Marquise Williams 6 0 0 0 0
Troy Hollis 2 0 0 1 1
Rostin Bromell 2 0 0 0 0
Davon Monette 2 0 0 0 0
Evan Otero 2 0 0 0 0
Tyrell Nelson 2 0 0 0 0
Malik Wilks 2 0 0 0 0
Michael Owens 1 0 0 1 0
Trent Gordan 1 0 1 0 0
David Blake 1 0 0 0 0
Calen Wheeler 0 0 0 0 1
Total Defense: 30 1 1 2 3
Punt Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
Davon Monette 2 22 11.0 0 0
Michael Freeman 1 20 20.0 0 0
Total P Returns: 3 42 14.0 0 0
KO Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
Quay Marshall 1 15 15.0 0 0
Total KO Returns: 1 15 15.0 0 0


Baltimore County Panthers

Offense

Passing Comp Att Yards TD Int Sacks Fum
Teion Hopkins 0 1 0 0 0 1 0
Sanja Fitzgerald 0 2 0 0 1 0 0
Total Passing
0 3 0 0 1 1 0
Rushing Att Yards Avg. TD Fum
Teion Hopkins 9 7 .77 0 1
Nicholas Pearce 6 2 3.0 0 0
Corey Cleckley 3 3 1.0 0 0
Keral Patterson 6 2 .33 0 1
Sanja Patterson 1 0 0.0 0 1
Requan Gray 5 -13 -2.6 0 0
Total Rushing: 24 7 .29 0 3
Receiving Rec Yards Avg. TD Fum
           
Total Receiving: 0 0 0.00 0 0
Offense Yards
Total Rushing 24
Total Receiving 0
Total Offense: 24


Baltimore County Panthers

Defense 

Name Tckl Sacks Int F Fum R Fum
Keral Patterson 8 0 0 0 1
Nashua Lopez 8 0 0 0 1
Shareef Adewumi 3 0 0 1 1
Dimitri Lezcano 3 0 0 1 0
Nicholas Pearce 3 0 0 0 0
Shariff Grehambey 2 0 0 0 1
Tyquez Shade 2 0 0 0 0
Raquan Gray 1 0 0 0 0
Dion Pridgen 1 0 0 0 0
Michael Conner 1 0 0 0 0
Trent Shelton 1 0 0 0 0
Trevor Atelefack 0 0 0 0 1
Total Defense: 33
0 0 2 4
Punt Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
Nashua Lopez 1 10 10.0 0 0
Keral Patterson 1 2 2.0 0 0
Total P Returns: 2 12 6.0 0 0
KO Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
Shariff Grehambey 1 7 7.0 0 0
Total KO Returns: 1 7 7.0 0 0

 

Game #2

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 Loudoun County War Eagles 14, Montgomery County Bearcats 8

We expected a thriller from these two teams and that was exactly what we got.  The Loudoun County War Eagles finished the season on a 4 game winning streak last year and participated in the tiebreaker to see who would be the 2nd seeded team to compete for the Championship.  They are extremely well organized and well coached by Rusty Markland and his staff.  Rusty is a high school coach at Park View and was the GYFL Coach of the Year last year. 

The Montgomery County Bearcats finished up 2 - 4 last year but lost a string of close games and beat the Champion Baltimore team, so we expected them to be tough this year.  Andy Stefanelli is the GM and head coach and  his staff is excellent as well.  He is the Head Freshman coach at Good Counsel and does a great job implementing the system.

Both teams believe in old school smash mouthed football and that is what we were treated to from the first quarter on.  The Bearcats had a long first drive running behind Junior Assemian and Daquan Hill.  The moved the ball methodically down the field with a variety of 3 and 4 yard carries, but were ultimately stopped and had to turn the ball over on downs.  Loudoun was unable to move the ball on their first possession and the teams spent the first quarter exchanging field position, with no points.

On the first play of the 2nd quarter, the game got exciting when Andrew Cordani stepped in front of a Bryan Strittmatter post pattern and picked it off.  He ran it back 25 yards into the right corner of the end zone for the first score of the game.  Nick Johns, Loudoun's sharpshooting QB who is on his way to Gonzaga in the fall ran it in for a two point conversion and the score was 8 - 0.

Both teams continued to play tough defense and force punts before the Bearcats were able to mount a consistent drive.  Behind the blocking of the Montgomery County Offensive line, Junior Assemian was able to move the ball effectively on the ground.  Strittmatter is a very athletic quarterback who had a nice scramble on the drive and before long, the Bearcats were knocking on the door.  Myles Robinson made a tremendous catch and run where he broke 4 tackles to get the ball to the 2 yard line, where Assemian took it over on the next play to tie the score at 8 - 8.

Loudoun used a steady diet of Noah Reimers running off tackle to control the clock and Nick Johns had a couple of pin point passes as Loudoun tried to score again before the half, but they ran out of time and the halftime score was 8 - 8.

The second half started as the first half ended with the Bearcats stopping the War Eagles and taking possession of the ball in Loudoun County territory.  Strittmatter was being chased on a scramble and fumbled the ball, which was recovered by Uzoma Kpaduwa, killing the Bearcats momentum.   Nick Johns shocked the crowd on 2nd down from the War Eagle 23 yard line.  He dropped back, looked the defense off to the right side of the field came back to the lefts side and launched a perfectly timed bomb to a streaking Dylon Mellor, who was wide open.  The cornerback Travon Diggs (younger brother of All American WR Stefon Diggs of GC) paused for a moment as a Loudoun receiver ran an out pattern into his area and that was all Mellor needed to get behind him.  He caught the ball in full stride about the 40 yard line and outraced Diggs and Roger Richardson to the end zone to make the score 14 - 8.

The rest of the game was just a slugfest with both team unable to maintain drives and either punting or turning over on downs.  The Bearcats relied on Assemian and the War Eagles leaned on Reimers.  Montgomery County finally got into scoring position after a nice punt return by Diggs.  Assemian broke into the secondary and looked like he would do some damage before Tyriek King made the play of the day.  Not only did he strip Assemian of the ball, but he recovered the fumble that thwarted the drive and gave Loudoun what appeared to be control of the game.

On the next possession, Nick Johns threw a quick out to the left sideline and Daquan Hill made a great break on the ball and stepped in front of it for the interception giving the Bearcats one more chance to tie or take the lead late into the 4th quarter.  A series of power runs by Assemian and Hill drove the ball inside the 10 yard line.  On 3rd and inches, the Bearcats ran Zack Ralli up the middle to get the first down and he was stopped by Jack Corso and a host of Loudoun War Eagles.  On 4th down and inches with the game on the line, the Bearcats lined up in the power I formation with Assemian behind Ralli in the backfield.  The War Eagles dug in deep to try to stop them.  The whole stadium knew what was coming.  The only question was whether or not the War Eagle would get the penetration needed to stop the run or the Bearcats would create the hole needed to get those few inches.  Well.....Isiaih Hanes of the War Eagles who had a monster day on defense answered the question by bursting into the backfield and stopping Assemian for no gain.  The War Eagles rushed off the field in jubilation and the game was over.  Nick Johns took a knee and ran out the clock for the War Eagle victory.

It was truly a great game.  Zack Ralli was all over the field from his middle linebacker position and finished with 11 tackles.  Dequan Hill played big for the Bearcats as well with 4 tackles and a crucial interceptions.  Assemian led the Bearcats in rushing with 69 yards on 21 carries.  For the War Eagles, Tyriek King led the defense with 7 tackles a forced fumble and a recovered fumble.  Isaiah Hanes, Uzoma Kpaduwa, and Noah Reimers all had 6 tackles.  Aaron Crawford had a strong game from his DT position.

The final score was Loudoun County War Eagles 14, Montgomery County Bearcats 8


Game Stats
:

Loudoun County War Eagles

Offense

Passing Comp Att Yards TD Int Sacks Fum
 Nick Johns 5 11  114 1  1  0  0
Total Passing
5 11  114 1  1  0  0
Rushing Att Yards Avg. TD Fum
 Noah Reimers 15 36 2.4 0 0
 Andrew Cordani  4 5  1.2 0 0
 Billy Sheehan  1  1  1.0 0 0
 Nick Johns  3  1  .33 0 0
 Kpaduwa Uzoma  1 -4  -.40 0 0
Total Rushing: 24  39 1.62 0 0
Receiving Rec Yards Avg. TD Fum
 Dylan Mellor  2 89 44.5  1 0
 Billy Sheehan  2 15  7.5  0 0
 Ryan McVey  1  10 10.0 0 0
Total Receiving:  5 114  22.8 1 0
Offense Yards
Total Rushing 39
Total Receiving 114
Total Offense: 153

 
Loudoun County War Eagles 

Defense 

Name Tckl Sacks Int F Fum R Fum
Tyriek King  7  0 0 1 1
Uzoma Kpaduwa 6  0 0 0 1
Isaiah Haynes 6  0 0 0 0
Noah Reimers 6  0 0 0 0
Aaron Crawford 5 0 0 0 0
Anthony Page 3 0 0 0 0
Jack Corso 2 0 0 0 0
Warren Creech 2 0 0 0 0
Dylan Mellor 1 0 0 0 0
Ayden Sengpiehl 1 0 0 0 0
Nelson Ben 1 0 0 0 0
Davis Chalmers 1 0 0 0 0
Hunter Price 1 0 0 0 0
Christopher McMillan 1 0 0 0 0
Billy Sheehan 1 0 0 0 0
Andrew Cordani 0  0  1 TD 0 0
Total Defense: 44 0  1  1 2
Punt Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
           
Total P Returns:  0  0  0 0 0
KO Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
Hunter Price 1 18 18.0  0  0
Billy Sheehan 1 8 8.0  0  0
Total KO Returns:  2  26  13.0  0  0


Montgomery County Bearcats

Offense

Passing Comp Att Yards TD Int Sacks Fum
Bryan Strittmatter  4  7  8 0 1  0 1
Total Passing
 4  7  8 0 1  0 1
Rushing Att Yards Avg. TD Fum
 Junior Assemian  21 69  3.2 1 1
 Brian Strittmatter  7 40 5.7 0 0
 Daquan Hill  5  15 3.0 0 0
 Travon Stott  3 7 2.3 0 0
 Garvin Brooms  2  4 2.0 0 0
 Zack Ralli  1  0 0.0  0 0
Total Rushing:  39 136  3.4 1 1
Receiving Rec Yards Avg. TD Fum
 Myles Robinson 1  5  5.0  0 0
Trayvon Diggs 1 4 4.0 0 0
Roger Richardson 2 -1 -0,5 0 0
Total Receiving: 4 8 2.0 0 0
Offense Yards
Total Rushing 136
Total Receiving 8
Total Offense:  144


Montgomery County Bearcats

Defense 

Name Tckl Sacks Int F Fum R Fum
Zack Ralli  11 0 0 0 0
 Daquan Hill  4 0 1 0 0
 Uriah McNeil  2 0 0 0 0
 Roger Richardson  2 0 0 0 0
 Travon Diggs  2 0 0 0 0
 Malik Boyd  2 0 0 0 0
 Bernard Greenhow  1 0 0 0 0
 Shane Simmons  1 0 0 0 0
 Garvin Brooms  1 0 0 0 0
Total Defense: 26 0 1 0 0
Punt Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
 Travon Diggs  1 11 11.0  0  0
 Roger Richardson  1 2  2.0  0  0
Total P Returns:  2 13  6.6  0  0
KO Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
Roger Richardson 1 15 15.0  0 0
Travon Diggs 1 10 10.0  0 0
Total KO Returns:  2 25 12.5  0 0


Game #3

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 DC Warriors 46, Anne Arundel County Sharks 0

It was destined be a long day for the new Anne Arundel Franchise on a this beautiful sunny day.  Anne Arundel was at a tremendous disadvantage only being able to suit up 15 players and having to go against a DC Warrior squad that rolled through the 2010 GYFL regular season and lost in a double overtime thriller to the champion Baltimore Metro squad.  The Warriors are deep, experienced, play with a chip on their shoulder and are gunning for a chance to redeem themselves and win the championship this year.

This game was competitive for the first quarter.  The Sharks showed a spark with James Venerable breaking off a 12 yard run on first and ten.  He had a 7 yard run a few plays later and it looked for a minute like Anne Arundel could play with DC.   The drive stalled and DC took over after a short punt return.  Harvey Ragsdale, the DC quarterback who is attempting to step into the shoes of Deandre "The Rifleman" Parker who lead the league in passing last year got off to a slow start by throwing an interception on the 4th play from scrimmage to Kenny Pitts.  Anne Arundel was unable to move the ball and on the next possession the Warriors began to strike and strick quickly.  Ragsdale hit Lorenzo Harrison on a swing pass and he turned it into a 24 yard completion.  He came right back and hit a streaking Kenny Holmes for another 25 yards to get the Warriors into scoring position. Harrison scored on a 5 yard run for the Warriors first touchdown, but it certainly would not be their last.

After shutting down the Sharks on the next possession, DC went back to the air.  Ragsdale hit Juwan "The Freak" Hakim on a fade route for 17 yards to set up the next score, which was a 2 yard run by Ragsdale.  The third score of the day was a 45 yard punt return by Jaaron Walls to push the score to 22 - 0.  Ragsdale hit "The Freak" Hakim for his first toucdown of the day on an beautiful 6 yard fade pattern in the left corner of the end zone.   Hakim's second TD came on a 15 yard play to make it 38 - 0 at the half.  DC capped the scoring off with a 59 yard interception return by Walls on an errant pass by Mitch Boardman.

The final score was DC Warriors 46, Anne Arundel County Sharks 0


Game Stats
:

DC Warriors 

Offense

Passing Comp Att Yards TD Int Sacks Fum
 Harvey Ragsdale 12  18 190 2  1 0 0
Total Passing
12 18  190 2  1 0 0
Rushing Att Yards Avg. TD Fum
Albert Taylor  2  13 6.5  0  0
Lorenzo Hamilton  4  11  2.7  1  0
Harvey Ragsdale  4  11  2.7  1  0
Kenny Holmes  1  11 11.0  0  0
Jabri Darden  2  6  3.0  0  0
Total Rushing:  13  52  4.0  2  0
Receiving Rec Yards Avg. TD Fum
Kenny Holmes 2 54 27.0  0  0
D'Andre Brewer 3 45 15.0  0  0
Lorenzo Harrison 2 42 21.0  0  0
Juwan Hakim 3 38 12.6  2  0
Dayante Taylor 1  9  9.0  0  0
Paul Jackson  1  2  2.0  0  0
Total Receiving: 12 190 15.8 2  0
Offense Yards
Total Rushing 52
Total Receiving 190
Total Offense:  242


DC Warriors 

Defense 

Name Tckl Sacks Int F Fum R Fum
Darius Darden 4  1 0  0  0
Rameen Lindsey 3  0 0  0  0
Kenny Holmes  2  0 0  0  0
Dematri Justice  2  0 0  0  0
Nathan Jones 2  0 0  0  0
Carlos Thomas 2  0 0  0  0
Darin Pullen  2  0 0  0  0
Keith Thomas  2  0 0  0  0
Jaaron Walls 1  0 1 TD 59  0  0
Shawn Lowery 1  0  0  0  0
Ora Moore 1  0  0  0  0
Donavan Furgeson 1  0  0  0  0
Michael Wright 1  0  0  0  0
Jabri Darden 1  0  0  0  0
Kareem McDonald 1  0  0  0  0
Rodell Wright 1  0  0  0  0
Navon Prince 1  0  0  0  0
 Dalonte Pryor 1  0 0  0  0
 Michael Hobbs  0  0 1  0  0
Total Defense:  29 1 2  0 0
Punt Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
 Jaaron Walls  3  43 14.3 1 TD 45  0
Total P Returns:  3  43  14.3 1  0
KO Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
           
Total KO Returns: 0 0  0.0 0 0


Anne Arundel County Sharks

Offense

Passing Comp Att Yards TD Int Sacks Fum
Mitch Boardman  0 4 0 0  2 1 1
Total Passing
 0  4 0 0  2  1 1
Rushing Att Yards Avg. TD Fum
James Venerable 14 46 3.3  0 0
Mitch Boardman  7 5  .71  0 0
Kenny Pitts 1 3  3.0  0 0
Brady McMillan 1 2  2.0  0 0
Montez Brasher 1 0  0.0  0 0
Trevon Dicks 6  -11 -1.8  0 0
Total Rushing:  30  43  1.4   0 0
Receiving Rec Yards Avg. TD Fum
           
Total Receiving: 0 0 0.0 0 0
Offense Yards
Total Rushing 43
Total Receiving 0
Total Offense:  43


Anne Arundel County Sharks

Defense 

Name Tckl Sacks Int F Fum R Fum
Cory Doughty  3  0 0 0 0
Brady McMillan  3  0 0 0 0
James Venerable  2  0 0 0 0
Montez Brasher  2  0 0 0 0
Ryan Venerable  2  0 0 0 0
Taylor Joyce  1  0 0 0 0
Kenny Pitts  1  0 1 0 0
Lawrence Claggets  1  0 0 0 0
Lennox Garnett  1  0 0 0 0
Nick Brandenburg  1  0 0 0 0
Total Defense:  17 0 0 0 0
Punt Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
           
Total P Returns:  0 0 0 0 0
KO Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
Lennox Garnett 1 24 24.0 0 0
Montez Brasher 1 7 7.0 0 0
James Venerable 2 12 6.0 0 0
Total KO Returns:  4  43 10.7 0 0


Game #4

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PG County Swarm 40, Southern MD Wildcats

 

The last game of opening day figured to be a tough matchup between two teams that struggled mightily in the inaugural season.  Prince George's went 0 - 6 last year and Southern MD lost it's first 4 games by an average of 33 points before blowing out Prince George's in the matchup of the winless teams last year.  Coach Lamont Jordan and his staff have totally different ideas about this game and this season.  The Swarm have been working really hard to prepare for the season and came in with major swagger and high expectations.

PG literally swarmed the Wildcats and the game was never in question.  The Storm have a 7th grade signal caller that is simply breathtaking.  His name is Ramar Williams and he can do it with his hands and his feet.  PG started out pounding on the ground with Vance Adams and Caleb Peterson getting most of the yards up the middle.  Williams capped off the first scoring drive with a pretty 20 yard strike to one of his elite receivers Ashton White over the left shoulder.  After White caught the conversion pass the Swarm led 8 - 0.  They recovered a surprise onside kick and Williams was at it again.  This time he put the Swarm in scoring position with a great fake and bootleg run for 22 yards.  Then have found his other star reciever Aayron Monroe for another 20 yard touchdown pass in the left corner of the endzone for a 14 - 0 lead.

Vance Adams, who had a great game at linebacker forced a fumble on the kickoff that was recovered by Jason Young Jr and the Swarm were on the buzzing again.  Ronald Bell stepped in at tailback and broke off a 20 yard run behind the bruising offensive line of the Swarm.  Caleb Peterson capped this drive off with a 1 yard score and the rout was on.  The Wildcats were down 20 - 0 before they even had their first drive.

The first drive ended with a punt that was collected by the dangerous Aayron Monroe at the 48 yard line and after picking up some good blocks and using his 4.7 speed to get the the right sideline, he was into the endzone for another score.  Unable to move the ball Southern Maryland was forced to punt again.  This time the punt was fielded by Jaylan Handy who used his speed to get to the left sideline and bring it back 37 yards to the Wildcat 7 yard line.  It looked like PG would go in for another score, but on 1st down, Ronald Bell was hit hard by Michael Morrone and fumbled the ball.  It was recovered by Avery Wills.  Both Morrone and Wills showed tremendous talent during the game even though the score would not indicate it.

The problem for the Wildcats was that they were so close to their own goal line.  An even bigger problem for them was the fact that they didn't have anyone on the team capable of blocking Ellison "The Man Child" Jordan from the DT position.  The "Man Child" terrorized the offensive line all game and the penetration he and the rest of the Swarm put on the Wildcats forced a safety.  Another problem that Southern Maryland was having was trying to contain the special teams of the Swarm.  The KO Return and punt return units were not only giving the Swarm great field position, but they were scoring and Monroe was not finished.  He brought the kickoff back 47 yards and put PG right back in scoring position.

The Wildcats had no quit in them though and just as they forced a turnover on the previous possession after a big return, they came up big once again when DeMartez Thomas not only stripped Vance Adams of the football, but he recovered the fumble as well.  Henry Nadae forced a fumble on Avery Wills, but it was recovered by Devin Jones of Southern Maryland and they kept possession and hope alive as they went into halftime.

That hope began to fade quickly after a 15 yard sack by Jordan pushed them way back during the first drive of the 2nd half.  After a punt, Williams went back to work and hit Malcolm Harley on a 38 yard bomb down the left sideline.  Harley made a great catch and put the Swarm on the 5 yard line.  Ronald Bell took it in from there.  On the Wildcats next possession, the "Man Child" struck again.  He got a sack, forced a fumble, and recovered the fumble all on the same play.  This kid is one of the most impressive 7th graders that we have seen.  PG went back to the ground game with Bell leading the way, then Williams used a great play action pass fake to draw the linebackers up.  He hit Jason Young Jr on a perfect 17 yard post pattern to close out the scoring.  The reserves came in and finished the game off for PG. 

The final score was PG County Swarm 40, Southern MD Wildcats 0


Game Stats
:

PG County Swarm 

Offense

Passing Comp Att Yards TD Int Sacks Fum
Ramar Williams 6 11 120 3 0  0 0
Nyeim Risien 0 1 0 0 0  0 0
Total Passing
6 12 120 3 0  0 0
Rushing Att Yards Avg. TD Fum
 Ronald Bell 9  62 6.9 1  1
 Ramar Williams 3 36  12.0 0  0
 Caleb Peterson  5 18 3.6 1  0
 Christian Melgar  4  11 2.7 0  0
 Jequan Campbell  3  7 2.3  0  0
 Vance Adams  4 3  .75 0  1
 Aaron Pray  1 -3  -3.0 0  0
Total Rushing:  29  134 4.6 2  2
Receiving Rec Yards Avg. TD Fum
 Ashton White 3 47 15.6 1  0
 Malcolm Harley 1  38 38.0 0 0
 Aayron Monroe 1  20 20.0 1 0
 Jaison Young Jr. 1  17  17.0 1 0
Total Receiving:  6  120  20.0 3 0
Offense Yards
Total Rushing  134
Total Receiving  120
Total Offense:   254


PG County Swarm 

Defense 

Name Tckl Sacks Int F Fum R Fum
 Vance Adams 6 0  0 1 0
 Ellison Jordan 1 2  0 1 1
 Christian Melgar 2 0  0  0 0
 Ashton White 2 0  0  0 0
 Chris Mullins 1 0  0  0 0
 DJ Turner 1 0  0  0 0
 Henry Nadae  1 0  0  1 0
 Jaylan Handy  1 0  0  0 0
 Jamar Wilson  1 0  0  0 0
 Derrick Bostic  1 0  0  0 0
 Malcolm Harley  1 0  0  0 0
Armando Alvarado  1 0  0  0 0
Roy Peterkin  1 0  0  0 0
 Jaison Young Jr.  0 0  0  0 1
Total Defense:  20  2 0  3 2
Punt Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
 Aayron Monroe  1  48 48.0 1  0
 Jaylan Handy  1 37 37.0 0  0
Total P Returns:  2 85 42.5 1  0
KO Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
 Aayron Monroe  1 47 47.0  0 0
Ronald Bell  1 4 4.0  0 0
Total KO Returns:  2  51 25.5  0 0


Southern MD Wildcats

Offense

Passing Comp Att Yards TD Int Sacks Fum
 Deontez Fleet  0  1 0  0 0 2  0
Total Passing
 0 1 0  0 0 2  0
Rushing Att Yards Avg. TD Fum
 Rylan Sweetney 2  16  8.0  0 0
 Avery Wills 8  15  1.8  0 0
 Jahmel Anthony 3 3  1.0  0 0
 Devin Jones 3 -6 -2.0  0 0
 Deontez Fleet 6 -18 -3.0  0 0
Total Rushing: 22 10 .45  0 0
Receiving Rec Yards Avg. TD Fum
           
Total Receiving: 0 0 0.00 0 0
Offense Yards
Total Rushing 10
Total Receiving  0
Total Offense: 10

Southern MD Wildcats

Defense 

Name Tckl Sacks Int F Fum R Fum
 DeMartez Thomas 6 0 0 1 1
 Rylan Sweetney 4 0 0 0  0
 Avery Wills 4 0 0  0 1
 Michael Morrone 4 0 0 1  0
 Deontez Fleet 4 0 0 0  0
 Andre Gray 3 0 0 0  0
 Josh Murphy 2 0 0 0  0
 Kywan Parker 1 0 0 0  0
 Tyrel Adams 1 0 0 0  0
 Michael Porter 1 0 0 0  0
Total Defense: 30 0 0  2  2
Punt Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
           
Total P Returns:  0 0  0.0  0 0
KO Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
Avery Wills 2  20  10.0  0 0
Rylan Sweetney 1 14 14.0 0 0
Jahmel Anthony 2 11 5.5 0 0
Total KO Returns: 5  45  9.0 0 0
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