Little League Football

Wrap up of play

“Youth footballProwlers 8, Darrington/Concrete 7 The Prowlers fought a tough game with the Darrington Loggers but hung on for the win. Darrington came out strong in the first quarter and scored on their fifth play from scrimmage. The Darrington defense was tough. Despite two long passes from quarterback Kyle Isaacson to tight end Mark Walker, the Prowlers couldn’t punch the ball in the end zone. The Loggers offense had the ball most of the first half but the Prowlers defense managed to keep them out of the end zone. The half ended with the score 7-0. The Prowlers got on the board early in the third quarter when running back Dan Raymond took the ball off tackle for a 65 yard touchdown run. Richard Cline kicked the two-point conversion to take the lead. Both defenses played very tough, and neither team scored the rest of the game. The Loggers played smart tough football commented coach Bret Fritch. You have to hand it to them, they came out to win and fought us hard down to the wire.The Prowlers are 6-0 in league play and are guaranteed a spot in the NCYFL playoffs for the second straight season. Jets 42, Sedro-Woolley 0Opening Kickoff could be heard on both sides of the field when Jason Loper had a loud hit against Sedro-Woolley’s receiving team, stopping them deep in their own territory. The Oak Harbor offense dominated against a good opponent Sedro-Woolley. Strong blocking in the front provided for an impressive outings by quarterback McCardle and backup Jordan Young. On a reverse Crokett Parker showed blazing speed on a 70 yard touchdown play, while Nils Peterson caught two passes for 15 yards. Chris Valencia carried the ball 11 times for 72 yards and two touchdowns. Running back Favian Duarte smashed through the middle, providing the last touchdown of the game. Receiver Dustin Mack had a beauty of a catch. Jake Rouser added two extra points.The defense turned in another scoreless game, and has only been scored upon once for the entire season. Brian Howard put constant pressure on the quarterback, with 4 tackles. Josh Eacrett, Chris Vallery and Jordan Young had three tackles each. Young forced one fumble and recovered another, while Favian Duarte recovered yet another fumble. Linemen Steven Moffett, Kilen Wilkins and Ben Zawistonwski (Ski) held the middle tight keeping Sedro-Woolley scoreless in the second half along with strong safety Vince Heidmann and corners Cody Alderson and Ryan Wheelington (Wheels).Warriors 14, Concrete 0After a slow start, the warrior defence held firm to help the offence get control of the game. Intruders 27, North County Two 0North County tried hard all four quarters to break through the Intruder defensive line to no avail. After shutting out North County in the first half, the Intruders got pumped up at half time by running through their Rock The House banner to hold on to the win. It was the Intruders first win at Fort Nugent Field. “