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SMAA Wednesday Night Football Results
friday october 17, 2014


The Sarnia Firefighter's Association Razor Claws completed their regular season schedule undefeated with a 48-18 victory over the Royal Canadian Branch 62 Iron Hides.  The Iron Hides came out fired up and scored the first touchdown of the game on a 25 yard scamper by Nathan Tremblay.  Nathan Cope counted another major two possessions later to knot the game at 12.  From then on it was all Razor Claws.  Tyler Hopwood led the charge with three touchdowns, Jack Vozza added a pair, with single majors to Carter Grasse, Parker Wyant and Ethan Hacker.  Liam O'Rourke rounded out the scoring for the Iron Hides.

The Sylvan Learning Centre Fire Bolts continue to improve, upsetting the Bill Dennis Jr. Exit Realty Twin Bridges Inferno 18-6.  Cameron Rand ran in from 3 yards out for the only scoring of the first half giving the Fire Bolts a 6-0 lead at the break.  On their first possession of the second half Dante Musokotwan of the Inferno tied the score on an electrifying 30 yard run.  The Fire Bolts were not deterred and replied with a pair of touchdowns of their own on Rand's second touchdown and a major by Chayton Van Barneveld for their victory.


The Lanxess Avengers continued their perfect record with a 24-8 victory over the Vidal Pharmacy Buzz Saw, but had to come from behind to do it.  The Jay MacIntosh coached Buzz Saw led 8-6 at the half on a 6 yard quarterback sneak by Luke Lalonde and a kicked convert by Rob Persichetti.  Nicholas Vacek scored a major for the Avengers on a 23 yard quarterback keeper.  The second half was all Avengers as the Buzz Saw were plagued by numerous turnovers.  Dray Pepper, Lucas Kita and Vacek all ran to the end zone for the victors.

When the Rob Simrak Magic Realty Sky Fire and the Robinson Design and Drafting Vortex hook up, a close exciting game always results, and this tilt was no exception.  The first half was a tight, defensive struggle with the only score being on a dramatic 71 yard dash by Jackson Grasse of the Sky Fire, giving them a lead of 6-0 at the half.  The Vortex came out fired up to start the third quarter and began the second half with a long methodical march that concluded when hard running Brendan Gilliard muscled into the end zone from the 4 yard line.  The score remained tied until there were but 3 minutes to go.  The Vortex were driving for what might have been the winning score but a turnover was committed.  The Sky Fire quickly capitalized on this.  Four plays later Josh Foulis broke the plane of the goal line on a quarterback sneak for the Sky Fire.  John Cannon's convert gave them a 14-6 lead.  The Vortex offense moved the ball down the field in the waning seconds but time ran out on them, earning the Sky Fire a hard fought victory and a date with the Buzz Saw in the semis.






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