By Jerry Williamson - August 18, 2015 - 11am
Upperclassmen (ages, 14-11):
Offensive Player of the Week - KBG 13U, RB Raymond Williams
Defensive Player of the Week - SKS 13U, DT Alvin Kemp (Pictured)
Underclassen (ages, 10-7):
Offensive Player of the Week - SuNiland 11U, QB Carson Haggard
Defensive Player of the Week - Kendall Hammocks 8U, DL Jordan Canas
Suniland 7, North Miami 6 (Lighting delay, resume on Tuesday)
Offense: QB Brandon McDuffey
South Kendall 20, Hollywood Pal 6 (Lighting Delay, resume on Tuesday)
Offense: WR Romello Gatlin
Defense: DT Alvin Kemp
Game Summary: South Kendall Seahawks (SKS) offense found the end zone early vs. Hollywood Pal. SKS had three athletes that scored TDs -- ATH Raheem Nottage, WR Romello Gatlin and ATH Aquilles Sumpter including (1) INT. DT - Alvin Kemp recorded (3) sacks and (2) force fumbles.
Kendall Boys & Girls Club 33 vs Miami springs 6
Offense: RB Raymond Williams
Pembroke Pines Bengals 62, Coral Springs Chargers 0
Offense: QB Nick Vattiato & RB Jaden Mcburrows & Robert Floyd
Defense: CB Earl Little & John Busha & CB Corey Scott
Game Summary: Nick Vattiato used all his weapons by throwing 5 TDs. Jaden Mcburrows and Robert Floyd both scored twice. RB Vinson Davis and Darryl Reed scored a TD as well. On defense, DT Laurence Seymore stuffed the middle while DE John Busha recorded multiple sacks. CB Earl Little scored once on offense and great play on defense.
MXFL - South Miami Grey Ghost 24, defeats West Miramar 0
Offense: RB Keenan Toomer
Defense: DT Dustin Vinas
Game Summary: South Miami RB Keenan Toomer wasted no time scoring (2) rushing TDs. QB Julian Rodriguez later connected to WR Omarion Kinson for a touchdown putting the grey ghost up by three touchdowns. DT Dustin Vinas, lead the team in both tackles and sacks. DT Gabriel Rodriguez ended any chances of West Miramar scoring a TD with his fumble recovery.
South Kendall Seahawks 36, Doral O
Offense: Keyon Belez
11U/Jr. Pee Wee(115):
Suniland 40, Miami Shores 6
Offense: QB Carson Haggard & RB Mathew Boston
Defense: DE Sebastian Borges & DT Malachi Hyppolite
Game Summary: Suniland QB Carson Haggard threw (3) TDs. RB Matthew Boston scored (2) rushing TDs. WR Floyd Ridgeway lead in receiving TDs with (2). On defense, DT Malachi Hyppolite lead in tackles with (8) and DE Sebastian Borges lead in sacks with (2). Great secondary play by CBs Antonio Smith & Kelvon Durham.
South Miami 12, Miami Pal 0.
Offense: QB Jalen Brown
Defense: LB Sawyer Bartel & CB Andre Toomer
Game Summary: Jalen displayed his dual-threat ability at QB by throwing (One TD called back) and using his legs to score (2) TDs, including (2) sacks. Linebacker, Sawyer Bartel controlled the trenches leading the team in tackles and CB Andre Toomer caught an interception.
West Miramar 12, South Miami 0
Offense: Jamari Milton
Defense: Julian Mendez
Game Summary: West Miramar (WM) RB Jamari Milton scored (2) rushing TDs helping his team put the game away. WM QB Tyler Eley, turn-in a great day throwing the pigskin. On defense, (WM) linebacker Julian Mendez lead the defense in tackles and CB Mekhi hicks, performed well with (2) pass breakups.
Kendall Boys & Girls Club 25, North Miami Beach Sundevils 0
Offense: RBs James Orange & Ronald Towns
Defense: OLB Kenneth Williams III
Game Summary: RB James Orange offensive line did an excellent job, as he recoded over several plays for (25) plus yards on the ground and catching while scoring multiple TDs. RB Ronald Towns displayed home run speed, scoring twice from 60 & 25 yards. OLB Kenneth Williams III, was sideline to sideline making tackles and recorded several tackles for loss.
Kendall Hammocks Warriors 18, Miami Springs 0
Offense: RB Shawn James
Defense: DL Jordan Canas
Game Summary: The warriors offense displayed a strong running game on saturday. Shawn Jones found the end zone twice and Colton Smith, took the next TD 63-yards. On defense, Jordan Canas was all over the place, recording 2 tackles, 1 sack, 1 forced fumble and 1 fumble recovery. Defensive lineman, DE Angel Orozco sacked the QB once, while DL Michael Vilmenay and Danilo Otzoy controlled the trenches