Washington Park: Team in turmoil 7U, Team on the Rise 9U
The Washington Park Buccaneer organization a great FYFL program is the topic of discussion. the Washington Park 7U coached by first year head coach Jamil Clarke started the season rated a top team in the division, and for good reason, they have great athletes, large coaching staff and are very experienced. With all that upside the Buccaneers haven’t been able to put it together in 2014 dropping two games back to back and nearly out of super bowl contention. The 7U are stunned and wants the bleeding to stop. The coaches are confident that there will be light at the end of this tunnel but some parents, and spectators feel all is lost. This is a very crucial point in their season one more loss and they could miss the post season. Chatter of switching teams has already been circulating throughout parental circles, If they miss the post season, this team will lose some star power as the trend of leaving to build all-star teams is at its most popular. What could be the cause of this team’s unimpressive play, I want the readers to join this discussion.
On a brighter note, the Washington Park 9U are playing very well With Coach Coon aka Marcel and staff leading the charge. This Bucs 9U are playing extremely well, they are one of the best looking teams in the league as far as attire go. They Separated themselves from the pack with a 12-6 win over the Northwest Broward Raiders who were also unbeaten, that makes 2 weeks back to back the Buc's faced an unbeaten opponent. The Bucs 9U have impact players all over the Field but their talented backfield anchors this team, with #21 Nathaniel Henry, #7 Deangelo Ponds, #5 Kamari Robinson #1 Caleb Richardson, and #11 Marcus Ellis they are difficult to stop. Most people wasn’t sold on this 9U because they had new coaches, they had players nobody could point out in crowed, but all has changed now that they have unveiled this beast… Coach Coon Does an amazing job in motivating this unit, they are so well coached that they have that ability to adjust and edge out the competition in very close match ups. they're offense is elaborate and designed to get his play makers the ball.
Against the Deerfield Ratters although they had a tough time handling the heavy dose of #0 tywon Bowens, and #22 Javant Brown, but they held them out of the endzone and the single touchdown by D’angelo Ponds was enough to allow for the Buc’s to come out with a “W”. Youth Football Fans better Keep an eye on this 9U Buccaneer team, as we suspect this isn’t the last time we will be talking about them. be looking for them to hold on to that number one spot as they head toward the back end of the season.
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