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Week #3 JV Summary

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Gorc and Loudoun Go at it during JV Action! Gorc and Loudoun Go at it during JV Action!

Week 3 May 5th @ Wilson HS
3950 Cheseapeake St. NW Washington, DC 20016

HC Stars
18 Montgomery Village Chiefs
0
Gorc Wildcats
38
Loudoun County Eagles 12
Marlboro Mustangs
33 Fairfax County Colts
6
Hamilton Tigers
0 DC Warriors
26

 

Game #1 Howard County Stars 18 vs Montgomery Village Chiefs 0
Montgomery Village started off shaky with QB Tyree Haynes mis-handled the ball on 2 straight plays. The HC Stars took over on there own 30 and took advantage of MV mistakes.  The Stars capitalized on the turnover and scored on their opening possession. Strong running from Raheim "Radio" Clark, Gage Dickens and Sedrick Ofori in the 1st half from those 3 backs.

MV defense played well with DE Jalen Lowry, Mike Smith, Mike Wells, Justin Hawkes, Terrvonte' Nelson and Matt Kane. They continued to play hard and aggressive for 4 quarters but the Stars were just too deep and too talented for them to move teh ball effectively. MV rotated 3 QB's in this game. Trying to figure out who has the best rhythm.

Justin Hawkes took most of the carries in the 2nd half and Tyree Haynes completed some great throws going down the stretch.  The Stars are strong accros the board.  QB Michael Toler is a special athlete that can be a great pass run threat at the next level.  Darius Harris is a hard running TB with tremendous speed that the Chiefs had problems with all day.  Kareem Wilson is a very impressive player, who is on his way to St. Johns in the Fall.

The Stars Varsity is so strong that a number of kids like Toler, Harris, and Wilson would not have had a chance to play at that level and play on the Stars JV team.  They are going to be very hard to beat in this league.

For the 3rd week in a row, MV had been getting killed with the penalty bug. They will look to fix those problems heading into week 4.


Players of the Game

HC Stars: Michael Toler
Montgomery Village Chiefs: Jalen Lowry


Game #2 Gorc Wildcats 38 vs Loudoun County Eagles 12

The GORC JV team came into week three undefeated as they faced conference member the Loudon County Eagles. This game had it all, Big Plays, Big Hits and even Bigger Drama......  The game started off with the Eagles under center for four straight plays which saw Wildcat defensive star Corey Hunt go don with a season ending dislocated elbow but not before he recoreded a tackle. His pressure from the right end will be missed but the Wildcat Defensive has promised to play hard for him. After a four and out showing on defense the Wildcats took to the offense early and did not waste no time giving the ball into the Kevin "Fed EX" Byrd who carried the ball two time on the first drive for 29 yards and caught a screen pass for another 15. Demorie "Iron Head" Carey also carried the ball on the first series and made two huge runs gashing the defense for over 30 yards. From the three yard line Sirus "The Real Deal" Gay punched it in untouched for his first score of the day.

GORC found a new kicker in Kevin Byrd who showed is power by putting the ball deep into the Eagles side of the field. The Eagles looked promising as they had two runs that left the Wildcats on their heels but it was not long before Defensive Captin Gereme "The Worm" Spraggins and Parker "The Hammer" Robinson shut them down with big hits and QB Sacks.  On a critcal 4th down play Loudon County looked to get to the out side with their signature Jet Sweep but Roger "lights out" Smith" pushed the runner to the sideline before laying the smack down and any chance of that happening.

GORC took only three plays to find the endzone again with Carlos "The Sheriff" Pearson through a 20 yard strike to Sirus Gay who pulled in the pass and then ran away for a 58 yd TD putting the Wildcats up 13 to 0.

On the next possesion Lamonte "Big Daddy" Garrison demanded tripple team and even Quadrupple teaming which lead to Dea Sean "Playmaker" Winston  to be untouched and hammer the running back causing a fumble which was recovered by Gavin "Lights Out" Johnson.  GORC came back strong by giving the the ball to Kevn Byrd who ran up the sideline for a huge 15 yard gain. On the next play Pearman went to the air and connected with Dylan Finlay for 32 yards but the play was called back for offensive pass interference. Not to be detered, Pearman put the ball up again and it was interecepted by number 2 from Loudon County whoran it back 40 yards and pulled 4-5 Wildcats down the field before finally being brought down by Courtland Daverne.

Lamonte Garrison again occupied three Loudon Offensive Lineman allowing for Parker Robinson and Demorie Carey to get untouched in the backfield and tackle the running back for a loss on back to back plays.  The kid Robinson just blew us all away at the DuBurns Arena combine and we could not wait to see him with pads on.  We were not disappointed.  Loudon went to a quick pitch and number 20 got out side and found daylight as he ran for a 25 yard touch down.

Not to be out down, the GORC Wildcats came back with back to back runs by Demorie Carey for 30 yards. Seeing the Eagles moved 7 into the box the Wildcats jumped on them by going the the Playmaker Winston in the air on back to back plays for 28 yards then followed up a pass on the rope to Sirus Gay for a 35 YAC TD (his third of the day). After that The drama started with questions about the size of the GORC JV Football. 25-6 and half time.

Opening up the 2nd Half GORC went 4 and out, followed by a strong stand on the defensive side lead by Roger Smith, Gereme Spraggins and Parker Robinson. GORC Fumbled the exchanged on the next play and gave the ball back to Loudon County. GORC's defense really showed out on the next series with Roger Smith and Nathan Dillow making two tackles for lost and William "the Punisher" Oliver put  bone braking hit to stop the Eagles.  On the next play the Loudon County QB roled out to his left and had the ball taken out of his hands by Roger "Lights Out" Smith who did not stop until he reach the endzone 90 yards away. 

With the fourth Quarter starting Loudon County tried to move the ball but once again was shut down by GORC Swarming defense this time lead by Pete "the Menice" Manos who recorded two sacks and Evan Oliver who recoverd a fumble. Back on offense GORC continued their punishing ground game by giving the ball to Sirus Gay for 15 yards followed by Julius Chestnut for 20 yards. Not to be out done Carlos Pearmand kept the ball on a QB Keeper on a 25 yard to the three yard line.  Demorie Carey finished it up it with a three yard run up the middle for a TD.

Loudon put up their best offensive series of the game by driving 75 yards on 10 plays for a rushing touchdown by #20. GORC Helped out along the way with 4 penalities for 20 yards but Loudon looked to have found something they liked and made it work for them. GORC came back on the next play with a 53 yard run up the gut by Demorie Carey for his 2nd touchdown of the day. 

GORC then punished Loudon County on the next series with three tackles for loss by Evan Oliver, William Oliver and Pete Manos, followed by a INT by Roger Smith. On the Offense it look as if GORC was trying to prove a point, they again put the ball on the ground for a 15 yard carry by Gereme Spraggins, followed by a knock out punch by Sirus Gay who sprinted up the middle and down the sideline for 20 yards.  On the last play of the day William Oliver carried the ball up the middle for a tough fought six yards but came up short on the one yard line.

While we had numerous players on both offense and defense play great and make a strong run for player of the game, it was clear that this award was deserved by the offensive line who provide pass protection and ground support for a total of 490 yards of total offense.  The offensive line is lead by Braden Puller, Spencer Anderson, Michael Holt, Dylan Sicca, Courtland Daverne and Ivan Herrera. A great job by the "Big Nasties."

Players of the Game

Gorc Wildcats: Parker Robinson
Loudoun County Eagles: Tyler Kijak

Gorc Wildcats Game Statistics

GORC Offense

 

Comp

Att

Yards

TD

Int

Sacks

Fum

Carlos Pearman

7

12

143

2

1

   
               

Total Passing

7

12

143

2

1

   

 

Rushing

Att

Yards

Avg.

TD

Fum

Sirus Gay   

3

48

15

1

 

Carlos Pearman

3

26

8.6

   

Gereme Spraggins

3

35

11.6

   

Julius Chestnut

1

22

22

   

William Oliver

1

6

6

   

Kevin Byrd

7

59

8.1

   

Demorie Carey

9

143

15.8

2

 

Rahsaan Johnson

1

8

8

   
           
           

Total Rushing:

34

347

10.7

3

 

 

 

Receiving

Rec

Yards

Avg.

TD

Fum

Dea Sean Winston

2

28

14

   

Demorie Carey

1

4

4

   

Kevin Byrd

2

16

8

   

Sirus Gay

2

95

47.5

2

 
           
           

Total Receiving:

7

143

20.4

2

 

 

 

Offense

Yards

Total Rushing

347

Total Receiving

143

Total Offense:

490

(GORC Wildcats) Game Statistics

Defense

Name

Tckl

Sacks

Int

F Fum

R Fum

Yards

TD

William Oliver

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gereme Spraggins

7

 

1

 

 

25

 

Demorie Carey

7

 

 

 

 

 

 

Donta Bush

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

Parker Robinson

7

2

 

 

 

 

 

Charles Giovanni

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sirus Gay

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

Roger Smith

6

 

1

1

1

90

1

Kendall McKissic

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dea Sean Winston

3

 

 

 1

 

 

 

Evan Oliver

3

 

 

 

1

 

 

Julius Chestnut

2

1

 

 

 

 

 

Orlandis Gary

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stanley McCombs

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lamonte Garrison

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

Corey Hunt

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nathan Dillow

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gavin Johnson

2

 

 

 

 1

 

 

Pete Manos

4

2

 

 

 

 

 

Michael Holt

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Defense

67

5

2

2

3

115

1

 

 

Punt Returns

Ret

Yards

Avg.

TD

Fum

           
           

Total P Returns:

         

 

KO Returns

Ret

Yards

Avg

TD

Fum

Demorie Carey

2

45

22.5

 

 

Kevin Byrd

1

15

15

 

 

 

Loudoun County Eagles Game Statistics

Offense

Passing Comp Att Yards TD Int Sacks Fum
AJ Organ 1 7  20 0 1 0 0
Craig Durden 1 1  6 0 0 0 0

Total Passing:

2 8 26 0 1 0 0
               
Rushing Att Yards Avg. TD Fum

Val Timoshenko

20  130  6.5 2 1
Juan Castillo 7  30 4.3 0 0
Dominic Elsaw 2  -6 -3.0 0 0
AJ Organ 8  -6 -.8 0 1
Craig Durden 1  0 0.0 0 0

Total Rushing:

38 148 3.9 2 2
           
Receiving Rec Yards Avg. TD Fum
Tyler Kijak  1 20  20.0 0 0
Bryce McAlpine  1 6 6.0 0 0

Total Receiving:

 2 26 13.0  0 0

 

         
Offense Yards
Rushing 148
Passing 26
Total Offense: 174

Loudoun County Eagles Game Statistics

Defense 

Name Tckl Sacks Int F Fum R Fum
Tyler Kijak 9  0 0 0 0
Juan Castillo 4  0 0 0 0
LeRon West 3  0 1 0 0
Seth Whitehurst 3  0 0 0 0
Alex Klimavicz 3  0 0 0 0
Austin Green 3  0 0 0 0
Chase Simmons 2  0 0 0 0
Bryce McAlpine 2  0 0 0 0
Kyle Garcia 2  0 0 0 0
William Moore 2  0 0 0 0
Zack Morris 1  0 0 0 0
Val Timoshenko 1  0 0 0 0
Cooper Vincent 1  0 0 0 0
Keegan McMahon 1  0 0 0 0
Louis Moo-Pacheco 1  0 0 0 0

Total Defense

38  0 1 0 0

 

Kickoff Returns

Ret

Yards

Avg.

TD

Fum

Val Timoshenko  5  93 18.6  0  0
AJ Organ  1  12 12.0  0  0
Bryce McAlpine  1 9  9.0 0  0

Total P Returns:

 7  114 16.3  0  0

 

Game #3 Fairfax County Colts 6 vs Marlboro Mustangs 33
We don't have stats for this game yet and are awaiting detailed write ups, but the Mustangs got into the win column in this game.  The Colts got good games from Hunter Stewart, Cleveland Daiimon, and Dajuan James.  They are getting better each week.  They have some good players but they don't have a lot of depth or size right now.  We are very proud of the effort those kids put into every game that they play.  They play till the end of every game and never give up.

The Mustangs finally got into their groove in this game.  Amir Jordan is a Two-time GYFL All Star and a member of the 7th Grade National Championship Team.  He had a breakout game on the ground as a runner and on defense as well.  The Blount brothers, Tyrik and Terrell are sensational athletes who are playmakers and got the job done.   We were impressed with DJ Bynum, Avery Owens and Rodney Patterson, who is another member of that 7th Grade National Championship Team.  The Overton twins Brandon and Bryant show great potential, as does Keith Broadnax.

The Mustangs are also improving every week and appear to be gelling at the right time of the season.

Players of the Game

Fairfax County Colts: Hunter Stewart
Marlboro Mustangs: Amir Jordan


Game #4  DC Warriors 26 vs Hamilton Tigers 0

This is another game where we do not have statistics yet and will update as we get them.  We did learn that Antwan Hart is a man among boys.  The big powerful back had a field day against the Tigers on this day.  He has good speed, tremendous size and awesome power and the depleted Tigers could not handle him on this day.  The Tigers opened up the Grassroots season going against the Gauntlet.  They saw the toughest teams in the league in teh first three weeks. 

The Tigers only have one 8th grader on their team and a year makes a big difference at this agThe Tigers are very good and very big, but they are quite young and are taking their lumps so far as they get better each week.  They have lost a couple of great players, but they keep on fighting.  The Warriors are very small in size but very talented.  The have Selah Cephas at the WR position, who is very hard to guard, as is Demarco Hellams.  Demarco is the younger brother of Delonte, who is one of the top players in the class of 2017.  Steven Williams is a top flight QB who can get the ball to the speedy recievers and did so in this game as well.

This game got a way from the Tigers real quick and the Warriors kept the pressure on the Tigers all day.  This game has given the Warriors confidence, while the Tigers staff will be able to use it as a teaching tool and a chance to get better for the next week.


Players of the Game

DC Warriors: Antwan Hart
Hamilton Tigers: Josh Pugh


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