Week 4 Highlights 10/6

Posted by Joe DeSimone on Oct 10 2018 at 12:59PM PDT


Flag Division Outstanding Players
PARKVIEW SPORTS SIOUX- Miles Medina & Jacob Melendez
BARINO’S MARKET MOHICANS- Paul Viselli & Vincent Alfieri

Jr Peewee Division Highlights

The Middletown Animal Clinic Ramblers were defeated by the Parq Sports Bar & Rest. Crusaders 20-12. Defensive player of the game for the Ramblers goes to Ayden “Antman” Ayala as the CEO of the Warriors League, Joe Desimone, gave him props for making great form tackles. Defensive Lineman of the game goes Andrew “Hulk” Colon as he had a significant tackle in the backfield. Offensive Lineman of the game goes to Evin “MTA” Noriega and Kwame “Groot” Josie providing enough blocking to give the QB enough time to pass the ball a couple of times. Offensive players of the game are Tristan “Juju” Robson ran for 70 yards and completed 2 TD passes to Tyler “Terminator” Laniyan. Coach Tim was much impressed with the team’s 2nd half effort on both sides as they made a comeback to keep them in the game. His post-game comments pointed out that the Ramblers, although are 0-3, we are a much better team now than when they began the season. Outstanding players for the Crusaders are Brayden Lungo, Aaron Valentin, Marcus Victoria, and Nasir Delgado. Ryan Weber added a catch to his growing record of accomplishment on the football field.

The Cardinal Spellman HS Spartans and the O’Connor Carpets Blue Devils had the off date.

Peewee Division Highlights

In a battle of the Funeral Homes, The Schuyler Hill FH Javelins beat the Ralph Giordano FH 25-6. For the Javelins, the speedy Devon Deleon added to his TD count by scoring first on a 50yard screen pass. QB Andrew Lane scored next on a keeper play. He also threw a 50 yard bomb to receiver Christian Bangora, who is having a breakout season. Once again the O-line of Ishmael Shaheed, Jayden Brown, Aiden Castellanos, Liam Conlon and Malik González provided the protection and opened huge holes. On the defensive side, Kenny Clarke and Matthew Familia made great tackles. The team defense has been super this season. Devon Deleon added a pick 6 to end the game. Jayden Cyprian, Liam Conlon, Kenny Clarke, Ismail Shaheed and newcomer Gabriel Green were tough to handle all day. For the Saints Tyler Bobe, Mykal Callender, Ethan Cruz, Kiel Leonard, Richie Salonia and Adniel Sánchez were outstanding.
The Jimmy Ryan’s Bronx Grill Rams defeated the Scavello’s on the Island Black Knights. The Rams were able to defeat a very improved Black Knights team 21-0. The O-line lead by Center TY Diaz and linemen Tommy Forliano, Frankie Serrano, Jayden Diaz, Daniel Ortiz, Matthew Rodriguez and Xavier Holloway kept QB Nicolas Bustamante well protected during the game and allowed him to throw for 2 TD passes to wide receiver Kenneth Prince and TE Frankie Serrano. The third Td was by QB Nicolas Bustamante on a 2 yard run. Extra points were converted by RB’s Maximus Rivera and D’Angelo Cabrera.
On defense the linebackers and corners were exceptional. A fumble recovery by Matthew Rodriguez set up the Rams first score and D’Angelo Cabrera recovered a backwards pass missed by the Black Knights on a heads up play. Ephram Spillat and Anthony Hernandez did a great job containing outside as well as OLB Deon Gonzales who played great on both sides of the ball. RB Luis Ferran missed his first game of the season but it’s expected back for next week’s game.
Another tough games awaits the Rams against a well-coached Saints team.
For the Knights, the Rams defense was too tough for the offensive line to handle. Jayden Ramirez gave it his all however with some big runs. The o-line needs to improve for next week’s tough game. The defense tried hard but the Rams just played better. Stanley Cruz had a fumble recovery and Jayden Ramirez did his best, playing hard all game. Ndubusi Nwosu put pressure on the Rams most of the game as well, but it just wasn’t enough. Ndubusi, Jared Pérez, Denzel Collado and Sean Vega played tough on the D-line.

The Greenwich Shipping Services 14u Warriors had an off-day.