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SMAA Football Saturday Results
sunday September 21, 2014

Atom Division

In a rematch of last year's Atom Championship won by the Inferno, the high powered Sarnia Firefighter's Association Razor Claws sought to gain some measure of revenge against the Bill Dennis Exit Realty Inferno.  The Claws came out fast, scoring the first 3 times they had the ball on a 7 yard run by Tyler Hopwood, a 24 yard dash by Jack Vozza and a 16 yard scamper by Carter Grasse.  They continued to score in the second half on runs by Kaia Pierce and Grasse.  The Inferno's offense did show some signs of fire and moved the ball with greater consistency in the second half.

The vastly improved Steeves and Rozema Shock Wave rolled all over the Sylvan Learning Centre Firebolts early, opening up an 18-0 halftime lead on a touchdown run by Tyler Kerby and 2 by the speedster, Connor Cini.  Kerby added 2 more majors in the second half and became the first player to score 3 touchdowns in a game this year, the maximum allowed per game by a player in the Atom Division.  The Firebolts did not give up and were rewarded with a touchdown of their own on a 10 yard run by Cameron Rand.

Peewee Division

The Vidal Pharmacy Buzz Saw and the Robinson Design and Drafting Vortex hooked up the the first PeeWee tilt.  Noah Lester scored first, staking the Buzz Saw to a 6-0 lead.  Styles Greenbird tied the game at 6 with an electrifying 68 yard punt return for a touchdown.  There was no more scoring in the first half, as the teams entered the break, knotted at 6.  The Buzz Saw counted 2 majors in the second half, the first  by Lester and the final by Rob Persichetti who ground out many tough yards for the victors.  Reid Robinson had an outstanding game on both sides of the ball for the Vortex.

The Rob Simrak Magic Realty Sky Fire came out pumped for their match with the Lanxess Avengers.  The first time he touched the ball, Ethan Aikman dashed 65 yards off the left edge as the Sky Fire got on the board first.  Perry Moffatt's convert increased the margin to 7-0.  The Avengers responded, as Lucas Kita ran 55 yards around the right end and his kicked convert had the Avengers up 8-7.  Both defenses played tough for the remainder of the half.  With less than a minute to go before the break, Lanxess reached the house for a second time, on a quarterback sneak by Nicholas Vacek.  The Sky Fire played hard but seemed to tire noticeably in the second half as Vacek scored again as did Drey Pepper, both times on completed passes from Vacek.






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