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SMAA Wednesday Night Football Results
thursday october 9, 2014

Atom Division 

The Sarnia firefighter's Association Razor Claws continued their undefeated season with a hard fought victory over the Sylvan Learning Centre Fire Bolts.  The game turned into a defensive battle with numerous turnovers on both sides.  The only touchdowns in the game occurred in the first half and were scored on a 22 yard dash by Parker Wyant and a 9 yard run by Reilly Dumond.  Both defences stood tall on numerous occasions in the 12-0 Razor Claw victory.


The game between the Steeves and Rozema Shock Wave and the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 62 Iron Hides turned into a shootout with the Shock Wave prevailing 36-30.  Connor Cini, Tyler Kerby and Liam Swanson each scored a pair of touchdowns for the victors.  Nathan Tremblay led the Iron Hides with 3 majors and Nathan Cope had a pair of touchdowns.  Fisher Brooks ran hard for the Iron Hides as well.

Bantam Division

The Mechanical Contractor's Association Toros defeated the Sarnia Police Association Tiger Sharks 20-12.  The Toros took an 8-6 lead to the intermission based on a 38 yard run by Brett Riley and a convert by Zachary Tremblay.  Cole Rogers countered for the Tiger Sharks on a 1 yard quarterback sneak.  In the second half, Riley scored two more majors on runs of 1 and 43 yards.  James Archer sprinted off tackle and into the end zone for the Sharks.


The first place Mammoet Crane Mammoths continued to roll on, this time with a 44-6 victory over the Optimist Club of Sarnia Lakeshore Grizzlies.  Joel Card and Hunter Hendrie each ran for 2 touchdowns.  Card's were on a kick off return of 90 yards and a dash from 29 yards out.  Hendrie's majors were on quarterback keepers of 55 and 68 yards.  Aiden Wildfong showed his speed on a 75 yard run and Isaac Kidd contributed another major from the 1.  Justin Cain converted three of the touchdowns.  The final two points for the Mammoths came when Hendrie tackled a Grizzly in the end zone for a two point safety.  Jackson Smiley had many long runs for the Grizzlies and counted their touchdown. 






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