The Kendall Hammocks Warriors Complete The Three-Peat!
By Jonah Woullard
(November 23, 2010)-The Kendall Hammocks Warriors 120 LB. team set their goal at the beginning of the football season to not only repeat as Miami Dade Xtreme League’s super bowl champs, but to return back to the big game for the third consecutive year. After going undefeated through the entire 2010 regular season, and sweeping through the playoffs, the Warriors found themselves right back on the big stage, playing in the 2010 super bowl against the South Florida Athletic Hurricanes.
Kendall Hammocks 120 LB. head coach, Jose Cisnero, kept his players humble and focused the entire season, taking it one game at a time. Coach Jose admits that his team will be facing one of their biggest tests in the super bowl, lining up against the Hurricanes. But Coach Jose also admits his players and coaches are looking forward to the challenge.
The Kendall Hammocks Warriors and South Florida Athletic Hurricanes took the field at Milander Stadium Park November 20, 2010 to play four quarters of football to determine who will be the 2010 MDXYFL Super Bowl Champions!
It would be the Warriors offense who would strike first with an impressive drive that was capped off by an 11-yard touchdown run by Warriors running back, Harvey Clayton Jr. #5. The Warriors would convert the two points after touchdown by kicker, Corey Pastor #7. This would bring the score to 8-0, Warriors lead.
The Warriors defense would stop the Hurricanes offense with a turnover on downs, and then the Warriors would put together a methodical drive that would consume over seven minutes, 79 yards, and 13 plays. This drive led to a 1 yard touchdown run by the Warriors running back, Harvey Clayton Jr. #5, which brought the score to 14-0, Warriors lead at the half.
While playing with a lead, the Warriors would come out the second half with their defense looking to dominate, and the Warriors did just that. The Warriors defense was led by Corey Pastor #7, with seven solo tackles, and Mehki Irving #1, with six solo tackles and a fumble recovery. The Warriors defensive line was impressive all day, nose tackle, Xzayvious Neal #58 and defensive end, Luis Bello #2, seemed unblockable at times.
The Warriors defense coordinator, Bobby Vega, put his players in great positions all day against the Hurricanes, holding South Florida’s offense to a total of 47 yards for the entire game.
The Warriors offense was clicking on all cylinders as the Warriors’ offensive coordinator, Eddie Crespo, would call a great play in the fourth quarter to, Christopher McWilliams #22 for the Warriors’ third touchdown of the game.
The Kendall Hammocks Warriors defeat the South Florida Athletic Hurricanes (20-0) for the 120 LB MDXFL 2010 Super Bowl Championship. And let’s not forget, The Warriors accomplished their biggest goal they set for themselves in the preseason, Complete The Three-Peat!