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SMAA Monday Night Football Highlights

October 9, 2012 

One PeeWee Division game and a pair of Bantam games highlighted SMAA Football at Norm Perry Park Thanksgiving Monday.

The PeeWee Division continues to be very competitive and unpredictable. Monday evening the second place Fury, losers by only a convert in their last game against the first place Storm, battled the fourth place Avengers. The Avengers came out firing on all cylinders. On their initial possession they marched down the field and scored on a 33 yard dash by Teshawn Stevenson. The very next time they had the ball Cody Lunn ran in from 15 yards out and Zachary Tremblay added the convert for a 14-0 lead. There was no more scoring until the third quarter when hard running Mitchell Hillsdon rumbled 42 yards to the end zone. Tremblay added the convert. Stevenson completed the scoring on a 1 yard run and a convincing 28-0 upset for the Avengers.

In Bantam action the Mechanical Contractor's Association Toros scored a pair of first half touchdowns by Jamie Campbell and Aden Alkinani. Dale Leivo converted both majors for a 16-0 lead. From there, the Toros cruised to victory. Two more majors were added in the second half, the first on a 9 yard pass from Campbell to Keyshaun Matthews and the second on a 5 yard scamper from Campbell. Second half touchdowns were scored by Keyshaun Jordan and Austin Clement for the Tiger Sharks. The Toros prevailed 28-12.

In the nightcap the Sylvan Learning Centre Bears mauled the Mammoet Crane Incorporated Mammoths 32-6. Bennet Vani set the tone of the game early with hard hit on a quarterback sack which forced a Mammoth fumble. Two plays later Matthew Paquette ran 33 yards for a 6-0 Bears lead, a lead they would never relinquish. The Bears counted 2 more majors in the half, the first on a 3 yard run from Kurt Noszenko and the second on a 22 yard dash from quarterback Nicholas Iacobelli. Patrick Miller's bruising running finally paid off as he broke 3 tackles on route to a 45 yard touchdown run for the Mammoths, their only scoring of the game. In the second half Clay Mackie punched the ball into the end zone for the Bears. Dominic Cocozzoli converted all 4 Bear's touchdowns in a dominant victory.









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