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Week #3 2011

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Week 3

Game Recaps

Game #1

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Loudoun County War Eagles 27, Baltimore County Panthers 0

This game turned out to be much more competitive than the final score would indicate.  The Panthers are a new franchise and are still developing.  They have some very talented players and the difference between the way they looked in this game and during week 1 against Baltimore Metro was night and day.  The more practice time they get under their belts, the better we expect them to be.  We would not be surprised if by the last couple of games of the season, the Panthers will make the kind of progress that Southern MD made when they struggled early during their inaugural season.

Coach Riley and his staff had them much better prepared for this game and it showed during the first quarter where they held the powerful War Eagles in check and neither team scored.  Keral Patterson, Raquan Gray, Dimitri Lezcano, and Nashua Lopez are big time players whose skills have been evident through a couple of tough losses.

They would not be enough for the War Eagles on this day though.  It seems like Coach Rusty and his staff have a different running back carrying the load every single week.  Andrew Cordani led the team in rushing in week 1.  Noah Reimers was the primary ball carrier during week 2.  On this day it was Randall Waters turn to show off his talent behind a powerful offensive line and bruising fullback Isaiah Haynes, who almost got 100 yards himself. 

Randall and Haynes kept the ball on the ground for most of the first half, racking up yardage, but neither was able to score until late in the 2nd quarter on a Waters carry around left end to give Loudoun County a 7 - 0 lead.  Nashua Lopez and the Baltimore County defense made it very interesting and tough for the War Eagles.  Lopez got an interception in the 2nd quarter and put the Panthers in scoring position, but they just couldn't sustain a drive in the first half.

The 3rd quarter was another stalemate, which the War Eagles keeping the ball on the ground for the most part and moving the ball, but unable to score.  They did not have to rely on their sharpshooting QB Nick Johns on this day because the running game was moving the ball and chewing up clock.  Johns has the potential to be a star at the next level.  He has the size, arm strength, poise, and accuracy.  He did not have good day statistically, and did have a couple of dropped passes, but his talent is evident.

The whole momentum of the game turned around in the 4th quarter with a brilliant punt return by Billy Sheehan of 42 yards to put the War Eagles in scoring position.  It seemed as though the special teams play took the steam out of the Panthers and they took it in for a score on a Haynes run (10 carries, 97 yards and 2 TD's).  On the Panthers next possession, a fumbled pitch by Raquan Gray put the War Eagles right back into scoring position and they smelled blood, while the Panthers dropped their heads.  Haynes scored on another short run to make the score 21 - 0 and the Panthers spirit was broken.

The War Eagles stopped the Panthers again and the final scoring came after a 29 yard punt return by Tyriek King who was knocked out at the 1 yard line.  Uzoma Kpaduwa scored from 1 yard out to cap the scoring for the day at 27 - 0.  QB Cyrus Boardman of Baltimore County and Teion Hopkins wouldn't quit though and almost drove their team down for a score before time ran out.  Boardman completed a series of short passes and Hopkins found Michael Conner on a 30 yard pass up the left sideline with seconds to go.  Jaques Scott tried to run it in for the score but was shut down but the Noah Reimers and Ben Nelson as time ran out.

The final score was Loudoun County War Eagles 27, Baltimore County Panthers 0


Game Stats
:

Loudoun County War Eagles

Offense

Passing Comp Att Yards TD Int Sacks Fum
Nick Johns 1 7 11 0  1  2  0
Total Passing
1 7 11 0  1  2  0
Rushing Att Yards Avg. TD Fum
Isaiah Haynes 10 97 9.7 2 0
Randall Waters 12 81 6.7 1 0
Uzoma Kpaduwa 1 1 1.0 1 0
Total Rushing: 23  179 7.8 4 0
Receiving Rec Yards Avg. TD Fum
Dylan Mellor  1 11 11.0  0 0
Total Receiving:  1
11  11.0  0 0
Offense Yards
Total Rushing 179
Total Receiving 11
Total Offense: 190

 
Loudoun County War Eagles 

Defense 

Name Tckl Sacks Int F Fum R Fum
Richie Ketcham 4  0 0 0 0
Noah Reimers 4 1 0 0 0
Isaiah Haynes 4 0 0 0 0
Ben Cross 3 0 0 0 0
Dylan Mellor 3 1 0 0 0
Anthony Page 2 0 0 0 0
Ayden Sengpiehl 2 0 0 0 0
Michael Byers 2 0 0 0 0
Warren Creech 2 0 0 0 0
Davis Chalmers 2 0 0 0 0
Uzoma Kpaduwa 2 0 0 0 0
Christopher McMillan 1 0 0 0 0
Garrett Jones 1 0 0 0 0
Ben Nelson 1 0 0 0 1
Jason Chubbuck 1 0 0 0 0
Tyriek King 1 0 0 0 0
Billy Sheehan 1 0 0 0 0
Alejandro Vaktierra 1 0 0 0 0
Total Defense: 37 2  0 0 1
Punt Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
 Tyriek King  1  29  29.0  0  0
Total P Returns:  1  29  20.0 0 0
KO Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
           
Total KO Returns: 0  0 0.0  0  0


Baltimore County Panthers

Offense

Passing Comp Att Yards TD Int Sacks Fum
Cyrus Boardman 5 8 22 0 0 0 0
Teion Hopkins 2 3 33 0 0 1 0
Total Passing
7 11 55 0 0 1 0
Rushing Att Yards Avg. TD Fum
Nashua Lopez 8 31 3.8 0 0
Requan Gray 4 14 3.5 0 1
Keral Patterson 5 14 2.8 0 0
Jaques Scott 6 11 1.8 0 0
Teion Hopkins 3 -11 -3.6 0 1
Total Rushing: 26 59 2.3 0 1
Receiving Rec Yards Avg. TD Fum
Michael Conner 1  30 30.0 0 0
Nashua Lopez 1 14 14.0 0 0
Cory Cleckley 1 7 7.0 0 0
Raquan Gray 1 3 3.0 0 0
Keral Patterson 3 1 .33 0 0
Total Receiving: 7 55 7.8 0 0
Offense Yards
Total Rushing 59
Total Receiving 55
Total Offense: 114


Baltimore County Panthers

Defense 

Name Tckl Sacks Int F Fum R Fum
Nashua Lopez 5 0 1 0 0
Michael Conner 5 0 0 0 0
Junior Flood 4 0 0 0 0
Dimitri Lezcano 3 1 0 0 0
Keral Patterson 2 0 0 0 0
Shareef Adewumi 1 1 0 0 0
Cory Cleckley 1 0 0 0 0
Tyquez Shade 1 0 0 0 0
Teion Hopkins 1 0 0 0 0
Trent Shelton 1 0 0 0 0
Total Defense: 24
0 1 0 0
Punt Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
           
Total P Returns: 0 0 0.0 0 0
KO Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
Raquan Gray 2 35 17.5 0 0
Nashua Lopez 1 20 20.0 0 0
Total KO Returns: 3 55 18.3 0 0


Game #2
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 Baltimore Metro Stallions 24, Fairfax County Colts 14

We expected a battle and this is just what we got.  This was a great game from beginning to end and wasn't decided until late in the 4th quarter.  The Metro Stallions marched right down the field on the first possession and looked more like the reigning GYFL Champions than they did the prior week against Montgomery County.  Last year, Baltimore Metro was dominant on the run and didn't have a passing game at all.  This year, Angelo Payne has been very effecting through the air and Calen Wheeler has proven to be a reliable possession reciever, while Quay Marshall  has been a lethal deep threat.

On the opening drive, Payne hit Wheeler on a 45 yard run and catch to put the Stallions in scoring position.  Two plays later, Payne connected with Wheeler for the first touchdown of the day.  Wheeler made a leaping catch in the end zone from the 6 yard line and after the conversion, the Stallions were up 8 - 0.  Coach Ty Johnson and his staff had his kids ready to roll.

Coach Henderson was not to be outdone and the Colts mounted a drive of their own on their first opportunity.  Colt Roe came out in the short shotgun and was gunslinging from the first play.  He connected with Levi Teschler through the air and used Levi on the ground to move the ball up the field.  Levi Teschler is a very special football player and person.  He is deaf, but you would never know it by watching him play the game that he loves.  He can do it all on the football field and is in the process of having a second tremendous season with the GYFL.

Josh Carter fumbled deep inside of Stallion territory to kill the first drive.  The first quarter ended with the score 8 - 0 and the first play of the second quarter with Baltimore Metro on their 8 yard line, the Fairfax defense stepped up and made a game changing play.  Angelo Payne dropped back and tried to throw an out pattern to Deangelo Wright, but the ball hung in the air too long and Glen Rushing stepped in front of the pass, picked it off and raced into the end zone.  After the conversion the score was tied at 8 - 8. 

Baltimore struck again on their next possession with the big play being a 29 yard run by Brennan Alston to get into the red zone of Fairfax County.  Two plays later, Payne found Wheeler again on another 6 yard touchdown pass.  Marquis Williams converted and pushed the score to 16 - 8 with the conversion and that is the way the half ended. 

Turnovers helped and hurt Fairfax in this game.  They got the big interception for a touchdown, but the fumble in the first half and a fumble early in the second half stopped any type of momentum they were having on offense.  Both teams exchanged defensive stops before Fairfax went back on the move and got into scoring position.  Roe dropped back to pass and got heavy pressure from Tyrell Nelson which caused the pass to be too high for Josh Perez and it was picked off by Michael Owens of the Stallions. 

As the 3rd quarter ended, the Stallions found themselves deep in their own territory after the interception.  Angelo Payne ran a play action pass and had a receiver open in the left flat.  He hung the ball up in the air almost identical to the one he had picked off in the first half.  The exact same thing happened as Aaron Ince stepped in front of this pass and ran it back 15 yards for the touchdown.  The crowd went wild.  After a failed extra point the score was close at 16 - 14.  Fairfax surprised the Stallions with an onside kick, which was recovered by Karee Boyens and the Colts were back in business.

The Stallion defense stepped up and forced a turnover on downs, which stopped the Colts momentum and deflated the teams hopes of getting the victory.  There was still plenty of time for the Colts to comb back if they were able to hold the Stallions and not let them score.  They were confident that they could hold, but Marquis Williams and Davon Monette ended all thoughts that occuring by taking control of the game on the ground.  Williams had two bruising runs right up the middle to move the chains and get the ball to the 24 yard line.  Then the speedy Monette (4.7 yard 40 at the combine), sprinted to the outside and turned the corner on the Colts for the game winning score.  After Rostin Bromell converted the extra point, the Stallions took a 24 - 14 lead that they would not relinquish.

The final score was Baltimore Metro Stallions 24, Fairfax County Colts 14.


Game Stats
:

Baltimore Metro Stallions

Offense

Passing Comp Att Yards TD Int Sacks Fum
Angelo Payne 7 13 72 2 2 1 0
Anthony Simpson 1 2 2 0 0 0 0
Total Passing
8 15 74 2 2 1 0
Rushing Att Yards Avg. TD Fum
Davon Monette 3 29 9.6 1 0
Brenan Alston 2 28 14.0 0 0
Deangelo Wright 9 23 2.5 0 0
Marquis Williams 5 22 4.4 0 0
Rostin Bromell 3 11 3.6 0 0
Trent Gordan 1 3 3.0 0 0
Anthony Simpson 1 1 1.0 0 0
Angelo Payne 2 -1 -.50 0 0
Michael Owens 1 -5 -5.0 0 0
Total Rushing: 27 111 4.1 1 1
Receiving Rec Yards Avg. TD Fum
Calen Wheeler 3 57 19.0 2 0
Deangelo Wright 2 13 6.5 0 0
Michael Freeman 2 5 2.5 0 0
Brennan Alston 1 -1 -1.0 0 0
Total Receiving: 8 74 9.3 2 0
Offense Yards
Total Rushing 111
Total Receiving 74
Total Offense: 185


Baltimore Metro Stallions

Defense 

Name Tckl Sacks Int F Fum R Fum
Anthony Simpson 6 1 0 0 0
Marquise Williams 5 0 0 0 0
Rostin Bromell 5 0 0 0 0
Davon Monette 4 0 0 0 0
Tyrell Nelson 4 0 0 0 1
Michael Owens 3 0 1 0 0
David Blake 3 0 0 0 0
Trent Gordon 2 0 0 0 0
Quay Marshall 1 0 0 0 0
Myron Turner 1 0 0 0 0
Zionnez Spencer 1 0 0 0 0
Calen Wheeler 1 0 0 0 0
Malik Wilks 1 0 0 0 0
Total Defense: 37 1 1 0 1
Punt Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
           
Total P Returns: 0 0 0.0 0 0
KO Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
           
Total KO Returns: 0 0 0.0 0 0

 

Fairfax County Colts

Offense

Passing Comp Att Yards TD Int Sacks Fum
Colt Roe  12 22 93 0  1 1 0
Total Passing
 12 22 93 0  1  1 0
Rushing Att Yards Avg. TD Fum
Levi Teschler 12 28 2.3  0 0
Chris Colbert 3 6 2.0  0 0
Josh Carter 4 4 1.0  0 0
Colt Roe 5 2 .40  0 0
Total Rushing: 24 40 1.6  0 0
Receiving Rec Yards Avg. TD Fum
Josh Perez 6 61  10.1  0 0
Joshua Carter 3 20 6.6  0 0
Matt Sigda 1 9 9.0  0 0
Levi Teschler 2 3 1.5 0 0
Total Receiving: 12 93 7.7   0 0
Offense Yards
Total Rushing 40
Total Receiving 93
Total Offense:  133


Fairfax County Colts

Defense 

Name Tckl Sacks Int F Fum R Fum
Asumadu Opoku  5  0 0 0 0
Levi Teschler  4  0 0 0 0
Marquis Saldana  3  0 0 0 0
Tommy Veach  3  0 0 0 0
Chris Colbert  3  0 0 0 0
Tayson Diggs  2  1 0 0 0
Glen Rushing  2  0 1 TD 8 YD 0 0
Karee Boyens  2  0 0 0 0
Derrick Copelin  2  0 0 0 0
Josh Carter  1  0 0 0 0
Aaron Ince  0  0 1 TD 15 YD 0 0
Total Defense: 27 1 2 0 0
Punt Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
           
Total P Returns:  0 0 0 0 0
KO Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
Levi Teschler 1 24 24.0 0 0
Josh Perez 2 17 8.5 0 0
Total KO Returns: 3  41 13.6 0 0


Game #3

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DC Warriors 24 , Prince George's Swarm 14

This was the marquee game of the day and the crowd most certainly go their monies worth.  Both the DC Warriors and the PG Swarm are absolutely loaded with talent and serious high school prospects.  They both have a host of 7th and 8th graders on their rosters who are simply some of the best football players in the Metropolitan area.

The GYFL faithful had this game circled on their schedules and it was all that it was billed to be.  The Swarm started out on the first play of the game with a flea flicker that caught the Warriors off guard.  Remar Williams, who is a 7th grade sensation at QB for the swarm handed off to Vance Adams who has been running like a man possessed the last couple of weeks.  Adams hit the hole, then turned and around and tossed the ball back to Williams who found another 7th grader Malcolm Harley behind the Warrior defense on a 40 yard post pattern.  Harlely made a great adjustment and dove to catch the ball around the 50 yard line and the crowd went wild!

The only problem was that back at the 10 yard line there was a penalty flag on the play.  Chris Mullins, who is a part of an enormous offensive line that has been impressive so far this summer was called for holding and the Swarm fans were visibly upset.  Films of the game confirm that it was a good call and had Mullins not held the DE, Williams may not have been able to get the ball off.  The holding penalty pinned the Swarm deep in their own territory on on the next play Harry Ragsdale burst through the middle of the line and hit Williams in the endzone causing a fumble that was recovered by the Warriors in the end zone for a touchdown.  What a difference a play makes and the momentum totally swung from one extreme to the other in a matter of seconds.  After the conversioin, the Warriors were on top 8 - 0 before some of the fans could get to their seats.

The Warriors stopped the Swarm on the second possession with defense again.  Donovan Furgeson, who has been nothing short of brilliant in the first 2 weeks of the season, got a big sack on the elusive Williams and forced them Swarm to punt.  A poor punt gave the Warriors the ball at the Swarm 34 yard line and on their second offensive play, coach Bink spread his terrific tailback Lorenzo Harrison out to the left flank one on one with Ashton White, who is one of the best DB's in the league.  Harrison ran a skinny post and Rashard Cooper, who is one half of the dynamic duo of quarterbacks the Warriors have hit him perfectly at the 20 and Harrison did the rest navigating through the Swarm secondary for a 30 yard TD catch and run.  After the conversion, the Warriors had swarmed all over the Swarm and built a 16 - 0 lead early in the first quarter.

Coach Lamont Jordan and his staff were not about to get rattled.  There was plenty of time and PG had a tremendous amount of confidence after beaten Loudoun County the week before.  They were confident that they could run the ball on the smaller Warriors and set out to do just that on thier next possession. Vance Adams ran behind that big offensive line of Shamir Campbell, William Chapman, Blake Bond, Shaequan Holt and Chris Mullins.  He broke of runs of 8 yards, then 9 yards, then 7 yards to move the chains.  The Warriors are not that big across the front line, but they are tough and very scrappy.  On the first critical 4th down of the game, the Warriors stuff the huge offensive line and stopped the Swarm dead in their tracks and forced a turnover on downs.  The first quarter ended with the score 16 - 0.

On the next possession it was the Swarm defense that stepped up and in particular Aayron Monroe played big.  Aayron is the younger brother of Andre Monroe, who was an All Met performer at St. Johns and currently plays for the University of Maryland.  Aayron will be following in his older brother's footsteps and attend St. John's in the fall.  Kenny Holmes, who is an electrifying player for the Warriors was cutting back against the grain to try to make a big play when Monroe swooped in and not only forced the fumble, but also recovered it for his second fumble recovery of the first half.  PG was back in business.  Albert McLane had a great day rushing for the Swarm and picked up where he left off against the War Eagles.  He broke off a 9 yard run and it looked like the Swarm's offensive line may be wearing down the smaller Warriors.  But, once again on 4th down, those scrappy Warriors stuffed the offensive line and stopped the Swarm on 4th down again.  First half ended with the score 16 - 0.

The Warriors use the legs of Harrison to get back into scoring position early in the 3rd quarter.  He had runs of 9 and 30 yards on the drive but the Swarm defense stiffend and Ellison Jordan, "The Man Child" did what he does, which is create pure havoc in the backfield.  He got a big time sack on Cooper to give the ball back to the Lamont Jordan's offense.  They had the momentum and the crowd was in a frenzy.  The expectation was that they would go down and score to make the game tighter.

McLane had broken off a 40 yard run in the first half and slashed through the middle for 7 yards on 1st down.  That is when Donovan Furgeson decided that was enough.  He burst through the line of scrimmage and stuffed McLane in the backfield on 2nd down, then on third down as Williams dropped back to pass, Furguson struck again.  He got a piece of Williams arm as he tried to throw deep and the ball came fluttering out.  Rameen Lindsey picked it off from his linebacker position and raced back 55 yards for a back breaking touchdown to steal the momentum and put it back in the Warriors favor.  Lindsey showed tremendous speed as he made it to the corner of the endzone for the score.  After the extra point the Warriors had a commanding lead at 24 - 6.

There is no quit in this Swarm team and they went right back down the field again to get into the red zone.  Albert McLane ran behind Shamir Campbell and Shaequan Holt, the mammoth right side of the line and burst another 24 yard run, but when it got down to 3rd and short and 4th and short, the Swarm just could not get the Warriors blocked.  The Swarm lost this game on 4th down because for the third time in the game, in scoring position, they were turned away and got no points.  Donnell Lowery was the man of the hour on this drive, hitting McLane in the backfield on 4th and 1.

Both defenses bent but didn't break until late in the 4th quarter when Williams found Ashton White behind the Warrior defense and threw a perfect 26 yard TD pass to close the margin to 24 - 14.  It was truly an entertaining game and puts the Warriors in the lead position in the South Division with an undefeated 3 - 0 record (2 - 0 in the division).  The PG Swarm fall to 2 - 0 (1 - 1 in the division).

The final score was DC Warriors 24, Prince George's Swarm 14


Game Stats:

PG County Swarm 

Offense

Passing Comp Att Yards TD Int Sacks Fum
Ramar Williams 3 9 54 1 1  1 1
Total Passing
3 9 54 1 1  1 1
Rushing Att Yards Avg. TD Fum
Albert McLane 18  103 5.7 0  0
Vance Adams 7  36 5.1 0  0
Ramar Williams  8  17 2.1 1  0
Caleb Peterson  1  1 1.0 0  0
Total Rushing:  34  157 4.6 1  0
Receiving Rec Yards Avg. TD Fum
Ashton White 1 26 26.0 1 0
Albert McLane 1 15 15.0 0 0
Craig McCallum 1  13  13.0 0 0
Total Receiving: 3  54  10.0 0 0
Offense Yards
Total Rushing  157
Total Receiving  54
Total Offense:  211


PG County Swarm 

Defense 

Name Tckl Sacks Int F Fum R Fum
Aayron Monroe 7 0 0 1 2
Malcolm Harley 3 0  0 1 0
Jaylan Handy 3 0  0 0 0
Ellison Jordan 0 2  0 0 0
Christian Melgar 2 0  0 0 0
Ashton White 2 0 0 0 0
Chris Mullins 1 1  0 0 0
Lawrence Mack 1 0  0 0 0
DJ Turner 1 0  0 0 0
Henry Nadae 1 0  0 0 0
Vance Adams 1 0  0 0 0
Caleb Peterson 1 0  0 0 0
Jamar Wilson 1 0 0 0 0
Corey Williams 0 1 0 0 0
Total Defense:  24 3 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
DJ Turner  3 43 14.3  0 0
Aaryon Monroe 1 10 10.0  0 0
Total KO Returns:  1  25 25.0  0 0


DC Warriors 

Offense

Passing Comp Att Yards TD Int Sacks Fum
Rashad Cooper 8 16 102 1  0 2 0
Total Passing
8 16 102 1  0 2 0
Rushing Att Yards Avg. TD Fum
Lorenzo Harrison  6  65 10.8  0  0
Jabri Darden  2  19 9.5  0  0
Rashad Cooper  10  6 .60  0  0
Kenneth Holmes  1  3 3.0  0  0
Harvey Ragsdale  2 0 0.0  0  0
Total Rushing: 21 93  4.4  0  0
Receiving Rec Yards Avg. TD Fum
Lorenzo Harrison 3 57 19.0 1 0
Kenneth Holmes 2 31 15.5  0 0
Jabri Darden 1 9 9.0  0 0
Albert Taylor 1 3 3.0  0 0
Juwan Hakim 1 2 2.0  0 0
Total Receiving: 8 102 12.7 0  0
Offense Yards
Total Rushing 93
Total Receiving 102
Total Offense: 195


DC Warriors 

Defense 

Name Tckl Sacks Int F Fum R Fum
Jemal Kingsberry 6 0 0 0 0
Darin Pullen 3 0 0 0 0
Rodell Wright 3 1 0 0 0
Donovan Furgeson 2 1 0 0 0
Harvey Ragsdale 2 1 0 1 0
Donnell Lowery 2 0 0 0 0
Rameen Lindsey 2 0 1 TD 55 yards 0 0
Nathan Jones 2 0 0 0 0
Ora Moore 2 0 0 0 0
Lorenzo Harrison 2 0 0 0 0
Shawn Lowery 2 0 0 0 0
Kenneth Holmes 1 0 0 0 0
Kareem McDonald 1 0 0 0 0
Keith Thomas 1 0 0 0  1 TD
Nauman Dubley 1 0 0 0 0
Dalonte Pryor 1 0 0 0 0
Paul Jackson 0 0 0 0 1
Total Defense:  33 3 1 1 2
Punt Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
           
Total P Returns:  0  0 0.0 0  0
KO Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
Lorenzo Harrison 1 3 3.0  0 0
Total KO Returns: 1 3  3.0 0 0


Game #4

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Montgomery County Bearcats 40, Southern Maryland Wildcats 0

The last game of the day was a bit of a mismatch as Southern MD was overwhelmed by the size, speed, depth of the Montgomery County Bearcats.  The Bearcats are deep and talented at every position and they jumped on the Wildcats early and never looked back.  They started with dominating defense led by Garvin Brooms, who was a dominant force last year as a 7th grader and has picked up right where he left off during his 8th grade campaign.  Brooms will go to Good Counsel in the fall, but in the summer he is wrecking havoc in the GYFL.  On the first drive alone he had two tackles and a forced fumble which set the Bearcats up for their first score on a tough 2 yard run by Travon Stott, another 7th grader with great potential. 

Bernard Greenhow (Good Counsel) and Brooms combined to suffocate the Wildcats on the 2nd possession with Brooms collecting a sack to go with his forced fumble.  Daqwan Hill, a big, bruising talback who is also a 7th grader finished off a great 13 yard touchdown run by breaking tackles and keeping his balance to push the lead to 14 - 0 after the conversion by QB Brian Strittmatter.

The Wildcats could not move the ball on Montgomery County and on the next possession, Stritmatter went to the air and found Travon Diggs (younger brother of All American Stephon Diggs) for a 27 yard pass and catch to get into the red zone.  Strittmatter rolled to his right and threw off of his back foot, while hitting Diggs on a perfect 14 yard TD pass to push the score to 22 - 0 after a 2 yard conversion run by Junior Assemian, who will attend either Watkins Mill or Carroll HS in the fall.

On the next punt return, Diggs brought the ball back 25 yards to get Montgomery back in scoring position.  Stott went to work behind the strong offensive line play and had 3 carries totalling another 20 yards before Stritmatter caught Brooms slipping into the flat and hit him for a perfect 11 yard pitch and catch for another score.  The Bearcats led 28 - 0 at the half.

The second half was the Myles Robinson show as he stepped back into the tailback position where the Bearcats are as deep as any team in the GYFL.  They have Assemian, who is a game breaker.  They have Hill, who is a big power back with speed.  They have Stott, who is elusive, fast, and a tough runner.  Then they have Robinson, who has lightning speed and quickness.  He broke off a 56 yard TD run around the left side of the field to extend the lead to 34 - 0.  He had another exciting 45 yard run in the 4th quarter to end the day with 119 yards on only 6 carries.  Eddison Reinoso, who is headed to Richard Montgomery finished off the scoring with a 1 yard TD run to give us the final score of 40 - 0.

The Wildcats got gutty performances from Jahmek Wright-Anthony and Deontez Fleet.  Fleet had a couple of long kickoff returns that showed off his running skills and Wright-Anthony played hard all day. 

The final score was Montgomery County Bearcats 40, Southern Maryland Wildcats 0


Game Stats
:

Montgomery County Bearcats

Offense

Passing Comp Att Yards TD Int Sacks Fum
Bryan Strittmatter  3  4  42 2 0  1 0
Total Passing
 3  4  42 2 0  1 0
Rushing Att Yards Avg. TD Fum
Myles Robinson 6 119 19.8 1 0
Travon Stott  7 48 6.8 1 0
Garvin Brooms  2 19 9.5 0 0
Daquan Hill  2 16 8.0 1 0
Eddison Reinoso  4 13 3.3 1 0
Junior Assemian  2 0 0.0 0 0
Brian Strittmatter  2  -8 -4.0 0 0
Total Rushing: 25 207 8.3 4 0
Receiving Rec Yards Avg. TD Fum
Travon Diggs 2 31 15.5 1  0
Garvin Brooms 1 11 11.0 1 0
Total Receiving: 3 42 14.0 2 0
Offense Yards
Total Rushing 207
Total Receiving 42
Total Offense:  249


Montgomery County Bearcats

Defense 

Name Tckl Sacks Int F Fum R Fum
Garvin Brooms  3 1 0 1 0
Sedzro Tamakaloe  3 1 0 0 0
Eddison Reinoso  3 0 0 0 0
Donavan McAfee  2 0 0 0 0
Roger Richardson  2 0 0 0 0
#34  2 0 0 0 0
Justin Hilliard  2 0 0 0 0
Bernard Greenhow  1 0 0 0 0
Dante Dobbins  1 0 0 0 0
Drew McLennan  1 0 0 0 0
Myles Robinson  1 0 0 0 0
Lance Madden  1 0 0 0 0
#33  1 0 0 0 0
Alec McGee  0 1 0 0 0
Malik Boyd  0 0 0 0 1
Total Defense: 23 3 0 1 1
Punt Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
Travon Diggs  1 25 25.0  0  0
Total P Returns:  1 25 25.0  0  0
KO Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
Travon Diggs 1 14 14.0  0 0
Total KO Returns:  1 14 14.0  0 0


Southern MD Wildcats

Offense

Passing Comp Att Yards TD Int Sacks Fum
Deontez Fleet  1  1 0  0 0 3  0
Total Passing
 1 1 0  0 0 3  0
Rushing Att Yards Avg. TD Fum
DeMartez Hawkins-Thomas 4  2  0.5  0 0
Deontez Fleet 11  -1  -.09  0 0
Jahmek Wright-Anthony 3 -3 -1.0  0 0
Devin Jones 1 -3 -3.0  0 0
Total Rushing: 19 -5 -.26  0 0
Receiving Rec Yards Avg. TD Fum
Ryland Sweetney  1 0 0.00  0  0
Total Receiving: 1 0 0.00  0 0
Offense Yards
Total Rushing -5
Total Receiving  0
Total Offense: -5


Southern MD Wildcats

Defense 

Name Tckl Sacks Int F Fum R Fum
Rylan Sweetney 4 0 0 0  0
DeMartez Hawkins-Thomas 3 0 0 0  0
William Jordan 3 0 0  0  0
Jahmek Wright-Anthony 2 0 0 0  0
Andre Gray 2 0 0 0  0
Avery Wills 2 0 0 0  0
Alex Anderson 2 0 0 0  0
Damon Gettis 1 0 0 0  0
Deontez Fleet 1 0 0 0  0
Noah Orr 1 0 0 0  0
Total Defense: 21 0 0  0  0
Punt Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
           
Total P Returns:  0 0  0.0  0 0
KO Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
Deontez Fleet 2  83  41.5  0 0
Ryland Sweetney 1 14 14.0 0 0
Jahmek Wright- Anthony 1 6 5.0 0 0
Total KO Returns: 4  103 25.7
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