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MCYFL Week 4

Friday, September 14, 2012

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The Jr. Tigers battle the Jr. Bobcats in the rain. Photos submitted [Order this photo]
STANDINGS

Pee Wee

Packers 4-0

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The Sr. Red Devils won 40-12 over the Sr. Bobcats. [Order this photo]
Eagles 2-2

Falcons 1-3

Warriors 1-3

Junior Division

Tigers 3-1

Buckeyes 3-1

Cowboys 2-2

Bobcats 0-4

Senior Division

Red Devils 3-0

Bears 2-1

Mustangs 1-2

Bobcats 0-3

The Warriors fumbled on their first possession with Antwon Cowthorn getting the recovery for the Packers. On the next play Cowthorn went 13 yards for the TD to put the Packers up 6-0. The Warriors would cough it up again with Cowthorn coming up with another recovery and five plays later Cowthorn scored from 11 yards out. Khalil Hill added the extra point run to make it 13-0. The Packers opened up the second half with Cowthorn reeling off a 64-yard TD run to put the Packers up 19-0. The Packers stopped themselves in the fourth quarter fumbling the ball with Markese Davis getting the recovery for the Warriors. Another fumble by the Packers late in the fourth was recovered by Jakavan Curry and two plays later the Warriors got on the scoreboard with Marcus O'Neal going 37 yards for the score. The Packers would get the win 19-6 and sit atop the Pee Wee standings with a two-game lead.

Packers Offense: Antwon Cowthorn 3/88 3 TD, Carson Keiler 3/14, Khalil Hill 4/9 1 XP

Warriors Offense: Marcus O'Neal 7/77 1 TD, Markese Davis 3/8

Packers Tackles: Antwon Cowthorn 5 & 2 fumble recoveries, Carson Keiler 5 & 1 fumble recovery, Taylor Blawusch 1, Reid Mitchell 1

Warriors Tackles: Marcus O'Neil 2, Jamahl Gentry 2, Markese Davis 1 & 1 fumble recovery, Jakavan Curry 1 & 1 fumble recovery

Tigers 13 Bobcats 0

The Tigers opened up the game with Javarria Rucker scoring on a 60-yard TD run. Rucker then added the extra-point run and the Tigers had the early 7-0 lead. Kortez Ingram would get two fumble recoveries during the second quarter to hold down the Bobcats. In the third quarter the Bobcats took a 14-play drive down to the Tigers 20-yard line before Christian Stacey would get an interception to halt the drive. The Bobcats continued to play good defense also, but another fumble by the offense was recovered by Cainen Martin to help the Tigers maintain their 7-0 lead. The score would hold until late in the fourth when Christian Stacey scored on a 10-yard TD run to help secure the win 13-0.

Tigers Offense: Javarria Rucker 21/222 1 TD 1 XP, Christian Stacey 12/43 1 TD, Kortez Ingram 2/2, Kamarion Ingram 1/1

Bobcats Offense: Makaleb Perry 18/64, Chaye McElroy 3/52, Haden Duke 6/35, Gage Gibson 5/20

Tigers Tackles: Javarria Rucker 15, Jeffery Carls 6, Cainen Martin 5 & 1 fumble recovery, Christian Stacey 4 & 1 fumble recovery, Alfredo Granados 4, Kortez Ingram 2 & 2 fumble recoveries, Kamarion Ingram 2, Erasmo Granados 2, JD Armstrong 1, Isaiah Moore 1

Bobcats Tackles: Makaleb Perry 13, Chaye McElroy 6, Stacey Cross 4, Haden Duke 3, Keaton Coffey 2, Kamauri Turner 2, Trey Brown 2, Gage Gibson 1

Red Devils 40 Bobcats 12

The Bobcats fumbled on their opening possession with Taylor Clark getting the recovery. The Red Devils would give it back five plays later with Hayden Hubbard getting the recovery for the Bobcats at the 1-yard line. Backed up deep in their own territory the Bobcats took a 16-play drive across midfield before turning the ball over on downs. On the next play Wesley Walker scored on a 54-yard TD run to make it 6-0. After stopping the Bobcats on their next possession the Red Devils struck again with KJ Johnson scoring on a 13-yard TD run to make it 12-0. After getting another defensive stop the Red Devils would score again with Johnson passing to Mitchell Ford for a 36-yard TD to make it 18-0. With under a minute to go in the half the Bobcats got on the scoreboard with CJ Bryant returning the kickoff 60 yards for TD to make it 18-6. The Red Devils opened up the second half and increased their lead on a 21-yard TD run by Walker. Johnson then connected with Kevontez Allen for the 2-point conversion and a 26-6 lead. The Bobcats got another big play by Kenneth Zeigler who scored on a 52-yard TD run to make it 26-12. The Red Devils offense continued to roll and Ford scored on a 8-yard TD run. Johnson then passed to Ford for the 2-point conversion to make it 34-12. Taylor Clark got his second fumble of the day and one play later Walker scored on a 48-yard TD run to make it a 40-12 win for the Red Devils.

Red Devils Offense: Wesley Walker 13/253 3 TD & 2 receptions for 3 yards & 2 pt conversion, Mitchell Ford 9/53 1 TD & 1 reception for 36 yard TD, KJ Johnson 3/13 1 TD & 4/4 passing for 42 yards, Kevontez Allen 1 reception for 3 yards & 2 pt conversion

Bobcats Offense: Kenneth Zeigler 9/84 1 TD, CJ Bryant 12/83 1 TD, Zychaun Yarbrough 7/11, C-Reontae Holt 2/2, Gray Wiser 1/1

Red Devils Tackles: Kelby Blackwell 6, Mitchell Ford 6, Taylor Clark 4 & 2 fumble recoveries, Jesse Keysaer 4, KJ Johnson 3, Wesley Walker 2, Lane Buttram 2, Kevontez Allen 1, Kaleb Begley 1, Colton Jameson 1, X'Zavier Garrett 1, Juan Diaz 1, Matthew Fuller 1

Bobcats Tackles: Eric Young 7, Hayden Hubbard 4 & 1 fumble recovery, Kenneth Zeigler 3, C-Reontae Holt 3, Zychaun Yarbrough 1, Carter Shirey 1, Hunter Mitchell 1, CJ Bryant 1, Tyrese Coffey 1

Buckeyes 27 Cowboys12

After a fumble recovery by Silas Hurt, the Cowboys got on the scoreboard first on a 1-yard TD run by Javion Brown to go up 6-0. The Buckeyes answered back seven plays later. Caneilus Turner scored on a 3-yard TD run then added the extra point run to put the Buckeyes up 7-6. In the second quarter the Buckeyes would take a 13-play drive down to the Cowboys 2-yard line before Caden Dunn would come up with a fumble recovery to stop the drive. With the Cowboys backed up near their own goal line the Buckeyes' Drew Jimenez broke through into the backfield making the tackle in the end zone for the safety giving the Buckeyes a 9-7 lead and the ball. The Buckeyes added to their lead nine plays later with Hayden Sheppard scoring on a 1-yard TD run to make it 15-6. In the third quarter the Buckeyes got on the scoreboard again with Turner reeling off a big 72-yard TD run to make it 21-6. The Cowboys would fight back and Brown added a 2-yard TD run to cut into lead 21-12. Turner added his third TD of the day on a 50-yard TD run in the fourth quarter to give the Buckeyes a 27-12 win.

Buckeyes Offense: Caneilus Turner 31/358 3 TD 1 XP, Hayden Sheppard 7/11 1 TD, Kintarius Morris 1/1

Cowboys Offense: Kel Greer 15/122, Devonte Davis 5/54, Javion Brown 7/21 2 TD, Silas Hurt 2/16, Lamarion Pierce 1/4

Buckeyes Tackles: Caneilus Turner 10, Drew Jimenez 5 & 1 fumble recovery (safety), Omari Armstrong 5, Hayden Sheppard 4, Logan McKnight 3, Dravin West 2, Austin Kelley 1, Xavier Brown 1

Cowboys Tackles: Kel Greer 7, Javion Brown 7, Silas Hurt 6 &1 fumble recovery, Caden Dunn 5 & 1 fumble recovery, Evan Greene 4, Devonte Davis 4, Lamarion Pierce 4, Hunter Rolof 3, Austin Penley 2, Bryson Burm 1

Bears 32 Mustangs 12

The Mustangs first pass of the day was picked off by Keewon Ingram and returned 50 yards for the TD and a 6-0 Bears lead. The Mustangs next possession was an eight-play drive that put Kavarus Tears into the end zone on a 17-yard TD run to tie it up 6-6. The Bears answered back and went back on top 12-6 on a 25-yard TD run by Miciah Greer. The Bears would get an onside kick recovery by Teshun Hill and two plays later Hill ran in a 25-yard TD run with Greer adding the extra-point run to make it 19-6. After moving into Bears territory a Mustangs fumble was recovered by Greer but eight plays later the Bears coughed it up with Daylon Closson getting the recovery. A big pass play of 45 yards by Tears to Keshun Gentry got the Mustangs on the scoreboard again and cut the lead to 19-12 going into halftime. Starting the second half the Bears took a nine-play drive into the end zone on a 5-yard TD run by Hill with Ingram adding the extra-point run to make it 26-12. The Bears would add another score in the fourth quarter with Greer breaking free for a 65-yard TD run to give the Bears a 32-12 win.

Bears Offense: Teshun Hill 18/117 2 TD, Miciah Greer 11/69 2 TD 1 XP, Keewon Ingram 3/29 1 XP, Antonio Warren 2/2

Mustangs Offense: Kavarus Tears 5/63 1 TD & 3/6 passing for 75 yards, Keshun Gentry 4/32 & 1 reception for a 45 yard TD, Jaleel Howard 7/20 & 1 reception for 1 yard, Lamarcus Dodson 5/20, Caleb Darnell 4/12 & 1 reception for 29 yards, Dakota Childress 3/3

Bears Tackles: Teshun Hill 8 & 1 fumble recovery, Camryn Ruiz 6, Antonio Warren 4, Kyrese Hazel 4, Miciah Greer 3 & 1 fumble recovery, Keewon Ingram 2 & 1 interception for a 50 yard TD, Joseph Freeland 2, Erwin Scales 1, Bennett Flemming 1

Mustangs Tackles: Keylin Talley 9, Lamarcus Dodson 4, Jaleel Howard 3, Blake Hobby 3, Daylon Closson 1 & 1 fumble recovery, Brent Greene 1, Caleb Darnell 1, Keshun Gentry 1, Kavarus Tears 1

Eagles 12 Falcons 7

The last game of the day was the best of the day with both teams going scoreless until the last few minutes of game. D'Corian Jameson finally broke the tie on a 1 yard TD run to put the Eagles up 6-0. On the next possession with time running out the Falcons got KJ Jackson into the endzone a 59 yard TD run. Jackson then added the extra point run to make it a 7-6 lead for the Falcons. The Eagles were left with just 34 seconds left in the game and pulled this one out on a 50 yard TD run by Demari Braden to get the win 12-7.

Eagles Offense: Demari Braden 12/105 1 TD, D'Corian Jameson 4/38 1 TD, Peyton Cherry 8/14

Falcons Offense: KJ Jackson 8/66 1 TD 1 XP, Braysen Atchley 3/15

Eagles Tackles: Demari Braden 2, Xavier Mosley 2, D'Corian Jameson 2, Peyton Cherry 1

Falcons Tackles: KJ Jackson 12, Gavin Sullenger 3 & 1 fumble recovery, Asher Riggins 3, Braysen Atchley 1, Mason Owens 1, Isaiah Serrano 1, Kavarion Whitaker 1