Wolverines and Killa-Panthers remain undefeated

| 20/06/2012

(GCFFA): After three weeks of flag football action, the Burger King Wolverines have positioned themselves as the team to beat in the Dart Women’s League, as they easily shut-out Maples Bliss last Friday night with a final score of 30-0.Quarterback for the Wolverines, Antoinette Lewis, completed 23 of 28 passes, including three for touchdowns and one interception thrown. Lewis’ favorite receiver was Benecia Thompson, who caught six balls, including one for a touchdown and extra points. Alex Terry was another favorite, receiving three balls and rushing one pass in for a touchdown.

Jahzenia Thomas and Joni Wood also contributed to the score with their catches in the end-zone resulting in touchdowns, and Lewis also utilized the height of Jessica Ebanks and Carrie Barnett, whose receptions added up to extra points for the Wolverines.

On defense, the Wolverines were led by Shinette Rhoden and Thomas, with three tackles each. Ebanks read the game well, gaining two interceptions and Barnett came up with one.

For Maples Bliss, who were without their quarterback, the team barely made it past the 40 yard line. Filling in the role of quarterback for Ellenor Berry was Loletta Hanna, who completed just five of 18 pass attempts, with three interceptions thrown.

Malaqui Awe helped Maples gain some yards with the four balls she caught. Somali Small also caught a ball, but there was little offensive action made by Maples to bring them even close to scoring.
  Defense saw Maples with much more action as they tried to stop the Wolverines from gaining further momentum. Maples’ defense was excellent in the second half, as they prevented their opponents from adding to the already inflated score. Somali Small had five tackles and an interception, and Annique Holness also had five tackles and onesack to the quarterback. Sheyla Torres also had two tackles and two sacks, and Kamala Murugesu also came through with a sack.
  Starting off Saturday morning’s games were Hammerheads Lady Sharks against Lone Star JagerMonsters. Quarterback for Lady Sharks, Hong Nguyen led her team to the 20-6 victory with completing 13 out of 23 passes, including two for touchdowns and two interceptions thrown.
  Star receiver for the Lady Sharks, Scimone Campbell, caught two touchdown passes and three more balls. Sophia Foster was a next favorite look as she received four balls on offense.
  Leading the defense for Lady Sharks was Lilia Conolly with eight tackles, including one interception that led to a defense touchdown. Campbell was also key on defense contributing with three tackles and an interception, and Judy Rivers also followed with an interception and two tackles.
  The Lone Star JagerMonsters might have seen a closer game with Hammerheads Lady Sharks, but three interceptions thrown slowed any promising advancement by the team. Quarterback Tricia Miller completed just 11 of 25 passes, including one touchdown pass to Erica Bosch.
  Bosch received two more balls, followed by Renee Thompson with three balls and Monique Roberts with two.
  Renee Thompson showed her dominance on defense with five tackles and one interception, followed by Nickey Martinich with four tackles and one interception. Bosch also chipped in with three tackles, and Roberts came through on defense with a sack to the quarterback.
The undefeated Androgroup Killa-Panthers retain their status as they beat the struggling Subway Stingers 19-0. Quarterback for the Killa-Panthers, Christina Hefner completed 23 out of 30 pass attempts, including three touchdown passes.
  Cassandra Bodden, a favorite receiver of Hefner’s, caught two of the touchdown passes, and Lisa Malice caught the third. Bodden also had seven more receptions, followed by Heather Roffey with seven.
  Androgroup’s defense also kept the Subway Stingers from scoring even though the team made it down to the end zone a few times. Heather Roffey led the defense with four tackles, followed by sister Gillian Roffey with three tackles. Stephanie Watler darted around the blockers adding two sacks on the quarterback, and two tackles.
  Subway Stingers improved their game this week with quarterback Christina Pineda managing to move her team down the field with many attempts to tie the game. Completing 13 of 29 pass attempts, Pineda’s main receiver was center player Keisha Anglin, who caught the ball seven times. Despite having a tight defense played on her, Latoya Cover managed to receive the ball three times on some key downs for Subway.
  Cover shone on defense with eight tackles, followed by Keisha Anglin with six tackles and Timisha Edwards and Dionne Anglin each with five. Rookie Nikki Ebanks bullied her way through to sack the Killa-Panthers’ quarterback twice.
  Zulu Warriors put the spell on Hot 104.1 Cheetah’s winning 14-0. Quarterback for the Warriors, Jessica Pawlik, completed just six of 19 passes, with four interceptions thrown, but two passes ending in touchdowns. Dionne Whittaker also stepped in as QB, completing three of four pass attempts including one for a touchdown.
  Shamar Ennis caught two of the touchdown passes, and when Pawlik stepped in as receiver, she helped gain yards the other way, catching three of Whittaker’s balls.
Leading Zulu’s defense was Adrianna Christian who managed to sack the Cheetah’s quarterback four times. Shari Seymour added four tackles to the defense, as did Whittaker with three. Hortencia Jackson also kept the Zulu’s defensive momentum up with her interception.
  Although the Hot 104.1 Cheetah’s had a higher percentage in their throwing and catching game than the Warriors did, they werestill unsuccessful in making completions where it counts- the end zone.
  Quarterback Kimberley Rivers completed nine of 21 passes. Jessica Richards received three balls, followed by Sophia Dilbert and Jamesette Anglin each with two receptions.
  On defense, the Cheetah’s show their strength with rushers Diandra Bodden and Amanda Nelson each coming up with a sack, interceptions by Jennifer Cotarelo, Tonia Ebanks-McLaughlin and two from Jamesette Anglin.
  Week four of the Dart Women’s League sees Friday night’s game between Hammerheads Lady Sharks and Subway Stingers at 8pm. The first game at 10am on Saturday is between Maples Bliss and Hot 104.1 Cheetah’s. Both teams have seen losses in the past couple of weeks. The final two games of the day begin at 11am with the undefeated Burger King Wolverines against Zulu Warriors and the undefeated Andgroup Killa-Panthers against the Lone Star JagerMonsters.

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