SMAA Football Saturday

October 18, 2015

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 62 Iron Hides came up with another superb effort, defeating the Metcalfe Photography Shock Wave 30-0. Jack Vozza led the Hides with 2 touchdowns. Individual scores were credited to Josh Manning, Parker Wyant and Brody Nesbitt.

The Robinson Design and Drafting Razor Claws continued their improved play, prevailing over the Sylvan Learning Centre Fire Bolts 24-18. The Claws jumped out to an 18-6 lead at the half on touchdown runs by Mason Broer, Travis Kozak and Chayton VanBarneveld. Cohen Krull replied for the Fire Bolts. The Fire Bolts came out revved up in the second half and a 13 yard run by Zavier Mitchell narrowed the lead to 6. The teams traded touchdowns the remainder of the way with Reese Baumgartner scoring for the Razor Claws and Caneron Rand for the Fire Bolts.

In the first PeeWee game the BrownStones Sky Fire defeated the Vidal Pharmacy Raiders 25-0. Josh Foulis opened the scoring on a 19 yard pass from Josh Hillsdon. Foulis then converted his own major. On the Sky Fire's next possession, Orion Vasquez scampered to the end zone, staking the Sky Fire to a 13-0 halftime lead. Second half majors were counted by Ethan Hacker and Vasquez to complete the scoring.

The Sarnia Lakeshore Optimists prevailed over the Lanxess Avengers in the other PeeWee contest. Tyler Hopwood put the Vortex on the board first with a 15 yard dash. Brody Hornett's run and Hopwood's convert increased the lead to 14-0. The Avengers narrowed the gap to 8 on an 82 yard run by the speedy Joey Edlington. With time winding down, Hornett stuck again, from the 1 yard line, to secure the victory.

In the first Bantam game the Mechanical Contractor's Association Toros sought to avenge a 45-32 defeat the last time these teams met. Joe Rose opened the scoring for the Toros on their first possession. Brody Phillips kicked the convert.

the next time they had the ball, Ethan Kerby scampered to the corner from 1 yard out to increase the Toro lead to 14 points. Before halftime Kerby struck again, this time from 31 yards out to stake the Toros to a 20-0 lead at the half. The second half was a defensive struggle with the only major being counted by Kerby once more for a 26-0 Toro victory.

In the last game of the day the first place Jim Easson/Brian Guenette Grizzlies encountered a fired up Bigras Painting Tiger Shark team who came into this game with a record of one win and 6 losses. This game was all Tiger Sharks as their offense moved up and down the field behind the powerful 3 pronged running attack of Will McArthur, Dylan Hilz and Austin West. The Sharks led 14-0 after one quarter and 28-0 at the half. Two more majors were added in the second half for a 41-0 victory. Dylan Hiltz led the charge with 3 touchdowns, Austin West counted 2 and Will McArthur the single. MacArthur ran the ball across the goal line for 2 converts, West also had 2 conversions and Hiltz contributed a single in a game between 2 teams that could be meeting in the semis on Oct. 31. Brady Gladwish had an outstanding game for the Grizzlies, making many individual open field tackles.






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