By Jerry Williamson
After a thriller victory in overtime versus the Florida City Razorbacks -- which was their 4th consecutive Division One Sean Taylor Classic championship. The Overtown Tornadoes, Jr. Pee Wee (115lbs.) -- better known as the "Money Team", shifted their focus outside of So. Florida, as they travel north bound this weekend to St. Cloud, FL to take on the Forestview Steelers (Jacksonville, FL) for the Southeastern Regional Championship.
Forestview Steelers: (#3) WR Freddie Manning returns the game open kickoff 35-yards to the Tornadoes 30-yard line.
Overtown Tornadoes: (#7) QB Fermin Livingston finds (#13) WR Xaiver Irvin for a 80-yard TOUCHDOWN
Forestview Steelers: (#1) QB Chris Calhoun throws an excellent fade route to (#3) Freddie Manning, as he catches the ball at the highest point, and manages to get two feet down in bounce as if he needed two.
Overtown Torandoes: (#3) LB Cordell Roberts fumble recovery.
Overtown Tornadoes: (#7) QB Fermain Livingston connects to (#4) WR Omar Brown for 36-yards.
Forestview Steelers: (#1) CB Chris Calhoun returned an interception for 95-yards, but FLAG ON THE PLAY (Blocking in the back)
Forestview Steelers: (#1) QB Chris Calhoun throws connects once again to (#3) WR Freddie Manning on a fade route, for 15-yards. Which placed his team on the tornadoes 1-yard line.
Forestview Steelers: (#1) QB Chris Calhoun scores on a 1-yard QB sneak for a TOUCHDOWN
Overtown Tornadoes: (#7) QB Fermain Livingston looks deep once again to (#4) WR Omar Brown for a 43-gain. Ball on steelers 1-yard line.
Forestview Steelers: Stopped the tornadoes at the 1-yard line as time expired.
Forestview Steelers: (#6) CB Damontrio Glee (Left Pictured) put the game away with an interception,
Final: Forestview Steelers 13, Overtown Tornadoes 6.
Game Summary: Overtown Tornadoes squander three opportunities this afternoon inside the steelers red zone. The tornadoes QB Fermin Livingston passed for over 200-passing yards in 1-touchdown. WR Omar Brown despite not reaching the end zone, finished the game with well over 100-yards receiving and he's someone to keep an eye on next fall at wide receiver. The steelers' playmakers -- QB/CB Chris Calhoun threw fade and slants routes as if he was a professional quarterback and on defense, lining up at cornerback, he took away the tornadoes passing game in the second half. WR Freddie Manning was a man amongst boys. He did his best Odell Beckham Jr. impression with a diving over the shoulder catch, showing excellent hand and eye coordination.