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Week #5 2011

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 Week 5

Game Recaps

Game #1
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Montgomery County Bearcats 34, Fairfax County Colts 14

Both teams came into this game with big wins in the previous week.  Fairfax County was feeling good about themselves after dismantling the Wildcats from Southern MD, while the Bearcats of Montgomery County put on the best rushing performance of the season the week before against the Prince George's Swarm.  We expected a good game and it started off very competitive.

The weather was absolutely perfect at St. Pauls HS in Baltimore for this game.  The Bearcats came out behind their high octane running game, but the Colts were up to the task in the first quarter.  Fairfax had the first drive of the day and got the ball in Bearcat scoring position on a series of short passess by Colt Roe to Josh Perez and some slick running by Joshua Carter.  The Bearcats bent but they would not break.  Junior Assemian who is the leagues leading rusher was not able to break one of his long runs early in the first quarter but as the Bearcats line began to get in gear, Assemian and Travon Stott began picking up big chunks of yardage. The first quarter ended 0 - 0 and it looked like the makings of a good game.

In the second quarter the Bearcats began to flex their muscles and really pound the ball.  Daquan Hill got the first score of the game on a 1 yard run and Montgomery County was on the board with an 8 - 0 lead.  The defenses stepped up and stopped each other as we got deep into the 2nd quarter until Daquan Hill forced a fumble on the GYFL leading reciever Josh Perez and it was recovered by Roger Richardson.  On the next play, Hill who is a gigantic tailback, burst through the middle of the line and exploded to the end zone on a 41 yard TD run to push the score to 16 - 0.

Colt Roe completed a number of short passes that Levi Teschler, Joshua Carter and Josh Perez turned upfield for short gains to move the chains but they could not sustain drives or get in the end zone.  A big turnover on a bad snap over QB Anthony Dougherty's head looked like the spark the Colts needed.  Colt Roe hit Perez on a skinny post and Roger Ricahrdson came out of nowhere and lowered the boom on Perez, causing another fumble that was recovered by the Bearcats.  Two plays later it was Travon Stott's chance to show his talent.  He ran up the middle, broke two tackles, carried a defender for about 4 yards before shrugging him off, bouncing to the sidelines, and turning on the afterburners on a 57 yard TD run.  Montgomery County took advantage of 2 big turnovers by Perez and took two long runs to the house.

Garvin Brooms and the rest of the Bearcat defense put enormous pressure on Roe as the half ended with the score 22 - 0.  Coach Henderson gave a scathing halftime speech to his Colts and they came out in the 3rd quarter playing like they heard him loud and clear.

Fairfax County did not quit and kept spreading the defense and finding recievers, but Uriah McNeil, Bernard Greenhow, Donavan McAfee, Zack Ralli and the Bearcat defense was too tough.  Not to be outdone, Colts defenders Tommy Veatch, Marquis Saldana, and Karee Boyens played tough on defense early in the 3rd quarter, but the Bearcats made it too tough to score.  The third quarter was scorless and on the 1st play of the 4th, the Colts finally struck on a pretty 25 yard fade pattern from Roe to Carter.  The Colts looked like they had some momentum.

The rest of the 4th quarter pretty much belonged to the Montgomery County offensive line, as it became the Antione "Junior" Assemian show.  Assemian rushed for 160 yards on 18 carries with most of them coming in the 4th quarter.  He had TD runs of 15 yards and 41 yards to put the game away.  He got some help from Myles Robinson and Zack Ralli, who had exciting runs in their own right.  But, it was Assemian who stole the show.  The Colts scored again on TD pass from Roe to Perez, and Marquis Saldana made some nice catches to get them into scoring position, but it was too little too late for the Colts.  Travon Digss and Roger Richardson played lights out in the secondary for the Bearcats and Diggs (younger brother of All American Stephon Diggs of Good Counsel) was exciting in the kick return game. He is only a 7th grader so be on the lookout for him.  The Bearcats have a number of impressive 7th graders, so we expect them to be good next year as well.

The final score was Montgomery County Bearcats 34, Fairfax County Colts 14

Game Stats:

Montgomery County Bearcats

Offense

Passing Comp Att Yards TD Int Sacks Fum
Anthony Dougherty  5  7  16 0 0  0 0
Total Passing
 5  7  16 0 0  0 0
Rushing Att Yards Avg. TD Fum
Junior Assemian 18 160 8.8 2 0
Travon Stott  6 83 13.8 1 0
Daquan Hill  4 56 14.0 2 0
Myles Robinson  6 28 4.6 0 0
Travon Diggs  1 5 5.0 0 0
Zack Ralli  2 7 3.5 0 0
Anthony Dougherty 3 -10 -3.3 0 0
Total Rushing: 40 329 8.2 5 0
Receiving Rec Yards Avg. TD Fum
Travon Diggs 3 17 5.6 0  0
Zack Ralli 1 2 2.0 0 0
Shane Simmons 1 -3 -3.0 0 0
Total Receiving: 5 16 3.2 0 0
Offense Yards
Total Rushing 329
Total Receiving 16
Total Offense:  345


Montgomery County Bearcats

Defense 

Name Tckl Sacks Int F Fum R Fum
Daquan Hill  7 0 0 1 0
Eddison Reinoso  4 0 0 0 0
Myles Robinson  4 0 0 0 0
Uriah McNeil  4 0 0 0 0
Malik Boyd  4 0 0 0 0
Bernard Greenhow  3 0 0 0 1
Myanthony Starnes  2 0 0 0 0
Garvin Brooms  1 1 0 0 0
Roger Richardson  1 0 0 1 1
Zack Ralli  1 0 0 0 0
Donovan McAfee  1 0 0 0 0
Travon Diggs  1 0 0 0 0
Deondray Sumpter  1 0 0 0 0
DeVonte Rue  0 0 0 0 1
Total Defense: 34 1 0 2 2
Punt Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
Roger Richardson  1 10 10.0  0  0
Total P Returns:  1 10 10.0  0  0
KO Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
Travon Stott 1 0 0.0  0 0
Total KO Returns:  1 0 0.0  0 0


Fairfax County Colts

Offense

Passing Comp Att Yards TD Int Sacks Fum
Colt Roe  16 24 140 2  0 1 0
Total Passing
 16 24 140 2
 0  1 0
Rushing Att Yards Avg. TD Fum
Joshua Carter 6 13 2.2  0 0
Randy Cooper 4 12 3.0  0 0
Levi Teschler 3 11 3.7  0 0
Joshua Perez 2 8 4.0  0 0
Colt Roe 5 7 1.4  0 0
Chris Colbert 1 -2 -2.0 0 0
Total Rushing: 21 49 2.3  0 0
Receiving Rec Yards Avg. TD Fum
Joshua Perez 7 67 9.6  1 2
Marquis Saldana 3 39  13.0  0 0
Joshua Carter 4 30 7.5  1 0
Levi Teschler 1 7 7.0  0 0
Randy Cooper 1 -3 -3.0  0 0
Total Receiving: 16 140 8.7   2
0
Offense Yards
Total Rushing 49
Total Receiving 140
Total Offense: 189


Fairfax County Colts

Defense 

Name Tckl Sacks Int F Fum R Fum
Marquis Saldana  5  0 0 0 0
Tayson Diggs  5  0 0 0 0
Derrick Copelin  5  0 0 0 0
Karee Boyens  4  0 0 0 0
Glenn Rushing  4  0 0 0 0
Asamadu Opoku  3  0 0 0 0
Thomas Veatch  3  0 0 0 0
Trejuan Wesley  2  0 0 0 0
Joshua Carter  2  0 0 0 0
Aaron Ince  1  0 0 0 0
Bo Allade  1  0 0 0 0
Chris Colbert  1  0 0 0 0
Max Gallahan  1  0 0 0 0
Ozzie Teschler  0  0 1 0 0
Levi Teschler 0 1 0 0 0
Total Defense: 38  1 0 0 0
Punt Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
Joshua Carter  1  17 17.0 0 0
Levi Teschler  1 -1 -1.0 0 0
Total P Returns:  2 16 8.0 0 0
KO Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
Joshua Carter 3  40  13.3 0 0
Levi Teschler 2 34 17.0 0 0
Joshua Perez 1 7 7.0 0 0
Total KO Returns: 0  0 0.0 0 0


Game #2

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Loudoun County War Eagles 44, DC Warriors 20


This game was an absolute Shocker.  The mighty Warriors came into the game riding a 4 - 0 record with a +114 point differential, scoring 128 points in 4 games and only giving up 14.  They were #1 in passing offense at 179.0 yards per game, and #2 in total offense @ 254.0 yards per game.  The Warriors were also #2 in total defense, only giving up 131.0 yards per game.  Those numbers were obliterated by a Loudoun County War Eagle team that had their season hanging in the balance.  The War Eagles had by far the toughest schedule in the league this year and came into the game with a 2 - 2 record.  They had a -13 point differential and 6th in total offense and 6 in total defense going into this game.  For those that have heard the old addage, "you can throw the stats out of the window for this one," this was the game to tear up the stats sheet.

The War Eagles came out running the ball right at the Warriors and they never let up.  They marched right down the field behind a stout offensive line and the legs of Isaiah Haynes and Noah Reimers.  Noah Reimers was beyond outstanding in this game (26 carries, 157 yards w/ 2 TD's on offense).  He scored on the first drive giving Loudoun the lead and putting the Warriors behind for the first time all season.  The War Eagles defense stopped the Warriors and on the next possession, Reimers showed a burst of speed and scored on a 37 yard TD run.  The crowd was stunned. 

On the 3rd possession, after the War Eagles stopped the Warriors cold again, sharpshooting QB Nick Johns struck through the air on a 26 yard TD pass to Dylan Mellor, who has been nothing short of amazing this season.  Before the 1st quarter was over, Loudoun County was up 20 - 0 and the whole GYFL family was spell bound.  As the crowd waited for DC to wake up and get back in the game, the War Eagles went back to the ground and Isaiah Haynes scored from 4 yards out to make the score 26 - 0 at the half.  During halftime, War Eagles GM and Head Coach Rusty Markland stressed to his kids and anyone else that would listen that he was certain coach Maurice "Bink" Vaughn, the Offensive Coordinator for the Warriors was going to make adjustments and come out firing in the second half.  Rusty was just hoping that his guys could stay focused and hold on for the much needed win.

The Warriors coaches gave the kids a fire and brimstone halftime speech and they came out and did exactly what Rusty predicted at halftime.  Rashad Cooper, the Warriors QB who was held in check and off target in the first half came out firing.  He didn't have his game breaker receiver Juwan Hakim to throw to, but the Warriors are loaded and Kenneth Holmes stepped up in his place.  Cooper found Holmes on a 36 yard strike up the right sideline for a touchdown early in the 3rd. 

The DC defense finally stepped up and forced a punt.  On the next possession Cooper went back to Holmes.  Only this time it was a 64 yard touchdown pass and catch up the same right sideline.  The Warriors were back in business and the fans thought we were in for a comeback at 26 - 14.  On the next possession on 4th down, the War Eagles went for it to try to get some momentum back, but the pass was picked off.  The Warriors fans went wild, but there was a penalty on the play giving the War Eagles another shot.  The Sharp Shooting Johns surprised the fans by going for the long ball.  He had Mason Koehler one on one with the much shorter Kenneth Holmes at the end zone.  He got the ball right over the outstretched hands of Holmes and it dropped right into Koehler's hands for a beautiful 36 yard TD pass to take the steam away from the Warriors and put it back in the hands of the War Eagles.

Rashad Cooper brought the Warriors right back down and scored on a 1 yard run so the score was 34 -20 and the Warriors were still in striking distance.  At that point the War Eagles showed the heart of a champion and stuck the dagger in the Warriors.  The literally ran the ball right down the Warriors throats behind Reimers and Randall Waters (16 carries, 142 yards with 2 TD's).  Waters had a breathtaking 67 yard run to close out the game going away.  Reimers not only played big on offense, but he also lead the team in tackles with 6 and had 2 interceptions.  The War Eagles got big defensive games from Uzoma Kpaduwa (4 tackles), and Ryan McVey, who ended up with 2 tackles and and interception.

Cooper ended the game throwing for 251 yards and 2 TDs on 15 completions and Holmes caught 200 of those yards on 9 catches, but it wasn't enough for the Warriors.  They are still in the drivers seat to represent the South in the Championship game on July 2nd.  Loudoun put themselves in position to control their own destiny if they can beat Baltimore Metro in the rematch next week.  If they win, they will represent the North.  If Baltimore wins, Montgomery County will represent the North.

The final score was Loudoun County War Eagles 44, DC Warriors 20

Game Stats:

Loudoun County War Eagles

Offense

Passing Comp Att Yards TD Int Sacks Fum
Nick Johns 4 9 82 2  0  1  1
Total Passing
4 9 82 2  0  1  1
Rushing Att Yards Avg. TD Fum
Noah Reimers 26 157 6.0 2 0
Randall Waters 16 142 8.9 2 0
Isaiah Haynes 10 29 2.9 1 0
Nick Johns 9 9 1.0 0 1
Total Rushing: 61  337 5.5 5 1
Receiving Rec Yards Avg. TD Fum
Dylan Mellor 2 45 22.5 1 0
Mason Koehler 1 36 36.0 1 0
Noah Reimers 1 1 1.0 0 0
Total Receiving: 4
82  20.5 2 0
Offense Yards
Total Rushing 337
Total Receiving 82
Total Offense: 419

 
Loudoun County War Eagles 

Defense 

Name Tckl Sacks Int F Fum R Fum
Noah Reimers 6 0 2 0 0
Uzoma Kpaduwa 4 0 0 0 0
Warren Creech 3 0 0 0 0
Ryan McVey 2 0 1 0 0
Dylan Mellor 2 0 0 0 0
Ayden Sengpiehl 2 0 0 0 0
Anthony Page 1 0 0 0 0
David Chalmers 1 0 0 0 0
Randall Waters 1 0 0 0 0
Hunter Price 1 0 0 0 0
Richie Ketchum 1 0 0 0 0
Isaiah Haynes 1 0 0 0 0
Aaron Crawford 0 1 0 0 0
Total Defense: 25 1  3 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
Dylan Mellor 2 47 23.5 0 0
Isaiah Haynes 1 7 7.0 0 0
Total KO Returns: 3  54 18.0 0 0


DC Warriors 

Offense

Passing Comp Att Yards TD Int Sacks Fum
Rashad Cooper 15 31 251 2  3 1 0
Total Passing
15 31 251 2  3 1 0
Rushing Att Yards Avg. TD Fum
Bakari Keith 9 73 8.1  0  0
Rashad Cooper 7 6 .86  1  1
Total Rushing: 16 79 4.9  1  1
Receiving Rec Yards Avg. TD Fum
Kenneth Holmes 9 200 22.2 2 0
Jamal Kingsberry 2 33 16.5 0 0
Navon Prince 1 13 13.0 0 0
Bakari Keith 1 3 3.0 0 0
DeMatri Justice 1 2 2.0 0 0
Total Receiving: 15 251 16.7 2 0
Offense Yards
Total Rushing 79
Total Receiving 251
Total Offense: 330

 
DC Warriors 

Defense 

Name Tckl Sacks Int F Fum R Fum
Donnell Lowery 9 0 0 0 0
Harvey Ragsdale 8 0 0 0 0
Rodell Wright 8 0 0 0 0
Nathan Jones 8 0 0 0 0
Donovan Furgeson 7 0 0 0 0
Rameen Lindsey 4 0 0 0 0
Ora Moore 4 0 0 0 0
Jemal Kingsberry 3 0 0 0 0
Darrin Pullen 1 0 0 0 0
Navon Prince 1 0 0 0 0
Nauman Dubley 1 0 0 0 0
Kenneth Holmes 1 0 0 0 0
Total Defense:  55 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
Nauman Dubley 3 50 16.6  0 0
Kenneth Holmes 2 35 17.5 0 0
Rameen Lindsey 1 15 15.0 0 0
KO Returns: 0 0  0.0 0 0


Game #3

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 Baltimore Metro Stallions 6, Prince George's County Swarm 0

The scoring between game 2 and game 3 couldn't have been any more different.  Game 2 was a high scoring affair with long runs, long passes, mixed in with great defense.  Although game 3 only had one touchdown, it was just as exciting as game 2 and even more thrilling because the winner wasn't decided until the last possession.  A number of high school coaches were on hand to watch this slugfest between the defending champion Stallions and a PG Swarm team that lead the league in offense after 4 games.

The Stallions feature the 6'3" 170lb Quay Marshall, who will remind you of a young Calvin Johnson when he splits out wide on offensive plays.  He has been almost impossible to stop this season because of his combinatioin of size and speed.  The Baltimore QB's throw it up there and let Quay go get it.  More often than not, he gets it and takes it to the house.  The Swarm feature a 7th grade dynamic QB named Ramar Marshall that can do it with his arm and his legs.  he is leading the league in passing after 4 games with 498 yards and 8 TD's.  They have a slew of running backs to go to in Ronald Bell, Vance Adams, Albert McLane, and Christian Melgar, in addition to a number game breaking receivers.

The Stallions came out pounding with DeAngelo Wright and Marquis Williams, who is also the GYFL's leading tackler. The Swarm defense held and they came out pounding with their own fleet of running backs. Bell and McLane got the first several carries and they moved the ball effectively, but could not score on the Stallions.  After both teams drove the ball on each other without being able to convert, Marshall finally broke open from the double coverage and got behind the Swarm secondary for an 19 yard TD pass in the right corner of the end zone on a nice pass from Angelo Payne giving the Stallions a 6 - 0 cushion. 

With the 1st half coming to a close and the Stallions in the red zone appearing to go in for another score with only seconds remaining, the play of the day occured.  Christian Melgar and Chris Mullins crushed Payne as he tried to roll out and find Marshall in the end zone.  He fumbled at the 12 and the ball was picked up at the 21 by Lawrence Mack.  He had about 81 yards to go to tie the score going into halftime and he took off.  He had a host of Swarm blockers around him to escort him to the end zone.  Davon Monette of the Stallions had other plans.  Monette is one of the most fabulous athletes in the league by far.  At the Baltimore combine he ran a 4.7 forty, jumped a 34" vertical jump, and amazed us all with his speed and quickness.  He has been a major threat that coach Ty Johnson has used all year to lead the Stallions. 

When Mack got the ball at the 21, Monette was inside of the 10 yard line watching the play.  When he saw what was happening, he took off after Mack.  There didn't appear to be any way that he would be able to catch Mack with that headstart and all of those blockers.  I don't know if Monette realized that the St. Paul's coaches, the Gilman coaches, and the St. Frances coaches were in attendance or not, but for whatever reason, he put on a show that won't soon be forgotten.  He proceeded to run Mack down as time ran out in the half and the horn sounded.  He was on about the 50 when it blew.  He sprinted past all of the Swarm blockers and caught Mack inside of the 10 yard line where he made the tackle as the half ended.  That could have been devastating for the Stallions, but thanks to Monette, the halftime score remained 6 - 0 Metro Stallions.

The second half was just pure defense and tough running with some passes mixed in.  Willams was the victim of a number of drops over the course of the game that shot PG in the foot everytime they needed to sustain a drive.  Their defense kept them in the game because of the turnovers by the Stallion running backs.  Late in the 4th quarter with the Stallions leaning on their hard running fullback Marquis Williams, it looked like they would be able to salt the game away, but on a big run up the middle that could have taken the heart out of the Swarm, Williams fumbled for the second time in the game, giving the Swarm one last chance to go down and score with less than  2 minutes remaining. 

Williams went to work full of confidence.  He hit one of the most dangerous threats in the league Ronald Bell and he took off shaking and baking his way to a 23 yard gain.  Unfortunately, he was carrying the ball too loose and Marquis Williams redeemed himself by separating him from the ball and forcing a fumble that was recoverd by the Stallions.  They were able to run the ball out and preserve the win.  The Swarm went home broken hearted after their 3rd tough loss in a row as the Stallions celebrated defending their home turf.

The final score was Baltimore Metro Stallions 6, Prince George's County Swarm 0


Game Stats
:

Baltimore Metro Stallions

Offense

Passing Comp Att Yards TD Int Sacks Fum
Angelo Payne 3 8 76 1 2 0 0
Total Passing
3 8 76 1 2 0 0
Rushing Att Yards Avg. TD Fum
Brenan Alston 4 71 17.8 0 0
Marquis Williams 8 66 8.3 0 2
Deanglo Wright 6 22 3.7 0 0
Rostin Bromell 2 15 7.5 0 0
Davon Monette 3 14 4.6 0 1
Trent Gordan 1 2 2.0 0 0
Angelo Payne 4 -6 -1.5 0 2
Total Rushing: 28 185 6.6 0 5
Receiving Rec Yards Avg. TD Fum
Quay Marshall 2 54 27.0 1 0
Michael Freeman 1 22 22.0 0 0
Total Receiving: 3 76 25.3 1 0
Offense Yards
Total Rushing 185
Total Receiving 76
Total Offense: 261


Baltimore Metro Stallions

Defense 

Name Tckl Sacks Int F Fum R Fum
Rostin Bromell 5 0 0 0 0
Deangelo Wright 4 1 0 0 0
Quay Marshall 4 0 0 0 0
David Blake 4 0 0 1 0
Marquis Williams 3 0 0 1 0
Michael Owens 3 0 0 0 0
Zionnez Spencer 2 0 0 0 0
Trent Gordon 2 0 0 0 0
Davon Monette 2 0 0 0 0
Anthony Simpson 2 0 0 0 0
Michael Freeman 1 0 0 0 0
Angelo Payne 1 0 0 0 0
Tyrell Nelson 0 0 0 1 1
Total Defense: 33 1 0 2 1
Punt Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
Davon Monette 2  42 21.0  0  0
Total P Returns: 2  42 21.0  0  0
KO Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
           
Total KO Returns: 0 0 0.0  0  0


PG County Swarm 

Offense

Passing Comp Att Yards TD Int Sacks Fum
Ramar Williams 5 9 71 0 0  1 1
Total Passing
5 9 71 0 0  1 1
Rushing Att Yards Avg. TD Fum
Ronald Bell 14  47 3.4 0  0
Albert McLane 9  32 3.5 0  0
Caleb Peterson  3  9 3.0 0  0
Christian Melgar 1 -2 -2.0 0  0
Ramar Williams  3 -6 -2.0 0  0
Total Rushing:  30  80 2.6 0  0
Receiving Rec Yards Avg. TD Fum
Ronald Bell 3 52 17.3 0 1
Aayron Monroe 1 12 12.0 0 0
Malcolm Harley 1 7 7.0 0 0
Total Receiving: 5  71  21.0 0 1
Offense Yards
Total Rushing  80
Total Receiving  71
Total Offense:  151


PG County Swarm 

Defense 

Name Tckl Sacks Int F Fum R Fum
Jaylan Handy 6 0  2 0 0
Christian Melgar 5 0  0 1 2
Ellison Jordan 4 0  0 0 0
Corey Williams 3 0  0 1 0
Albert McLane 3 0  0 1 0
Malcolm Harley 2 0  0 0 0
Nadae Henry 1 0  0 0 0
Vance Adams 1 0  0 0 0
Chris Mullins 0 1  0 0 0
Lawrence Mack 0 0  0 0 1
Total Defense:  25 1  2  3 3
Punt Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
           
Total P Returns: 0
0 0.0 0  0
KO Returns Ret Yards Avg. TD Fum
Albert McLane 1 1 1.0  0 0
Ronald Bell 1 -1 -1.0  0 0
Total KO Returns:  2 0  0.0  0 0
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