TYF Tackle Roundup: Flahive, Tewksbury Green Run Over Timberlane
Oct 29, 2015 06:46PM
By Bill Gilman
Tewksbury Green's Colby Flahive rushed for 144 yards against Timberlane.
(Editor's note: The following information was submitted by Tewksbury Youth Football.)
2nd, 3rd, & 4th Grade
Tewksbury Red 18, Winnacunnet 18
Tewksbury Red overcame some turnover woes with a strong ground game to pull even with Winnacunnet down the stretch for the tie. Ajani Seney struck for all three touchdowns on the ground and ended the day with 90 yards on 14 carries. Hunter Johnson (8 carries for 30 yards) and Hayden Ford (11 carries for 73 yards) provided the spark for Red in the second-half surge, while Damian Ortiz (6 carries for 25 yards) provided some unbelievable blocking and defense throughout the game.
Defensive standouts were David Forgione, Benjamin Piccolo, Charlie Bartolone, and James Cappiello. Tewksbury finished undefeated at 6-0-1 on the season heading into the Rumble this weekend.
Sanborn 22, Tewksbury Blue 0
Tewksbury Green 26, Timberlane 18
Tewksbury Green ended the season on a high note by upsetting Timberlane on the road with a powerful running game for their first win of the season. Green spread the ball to 11 different players on the ground, led by the outstanding effort of Colby Flahive with his 144 yards rushing. Jake Chase, Daniel Sullivan, Jaden Maxi, Angelo DeSisto, Lincoln Crane, Paxton Green, and Jack Lightfoot contributed to the ground attack. Green got great offensive line play from Zack Russo, Michael Parisi, Conor Farnum, Aidan Cram, and Anthony Monteiro.
Green had a huge stop on the 15-yard line to end the game and protect the victory. Cam Kingston, Logan Barnes, Nicky DeSisto, Jake Chase, and Noah Russo all had big days on the defensive side of the ball. Green brings some good momentum into the Rumble this weekend.
Sanborn 22, Tewksbury Blue 0
Blue traveled to Sanborn for their final game of season, and had some solid hard running from Cam Kearney (35 yards), Timmy Bradley (25 yards),
Billy Burris (15 yards), and Kenny Ryder (10 yards). Joey Barletta, Ryan Benchater, Vinnie Ciancio, and Braydon Aylward powered the rushing effort with some fine blocking. On the defensive side, Tyler Bourge, Alex Dellorusso, William Holloway and Derek Nazzaro delivered some big hits for Blue. Zachary Pagliccia and Nick Kearney were Captains for the game, as the team prepares for the Rumble next week at Tewksbury.
5th & 6th Grade
Winnacunnet 22, Tewksbury Red Pride A 6
Tewksbury fell behind quickly, but ended strong through the air behind the arm of quarterback Danny Fleming. Fleming connected on two passes to Michael Sullivan that covered 70 yards, the second of which was a 30-yard touchdown . Nick Tracy, Colin Goggins, and Keith Johnston Jr. put forth solid efforts on both sides of the football for Red.
Winnacunnet 44, Tewksbury Red Pride B 12
The Red Pride B team fell behind quickly and trailed 20-0 at the half, but rallied back to start the third quarter. Colin Fraser found a crack in the Timberlane defense and scampered for the 50-yard touchdown. Abe Figueroa, Shamus Covel, and Felix Navarette provided strong offensive line play. Quarterback Nick DeGloria completed some long receptions late in the game to Um’ari Seney and Richie Bongiorno, but came up just short on some late-game heroics.
The defense shined in the second half, shutting out Timberlane. The suffocating defensive line play of Cooper Lemieux, Jason Svendsen and Max Mattuchio highlighted Red’s defensive effort, while Sean Hirtle, Jack Donovan, Tyler Leeds and Ryan Mottolo collected tackle after tackle.
7th & 8th Grade
Tewksbury Blue JV 18, Lowell 6
Tewksbury Blue JV remained undefeated on the season with a win against Lowell. Tewksbury quarterback Mark Bradley hit wideout Michael Kelly for another long bomb this season to start the scoring barrage. Blue was able to follow up with a pair of touchdowns from Will McKay and Richie Lavargna both behind the solid offensive line play of Alex Newcomb, Benjamin Svendson, Stevie Arsenault, Bryan Doherty, and Michael Rosa.
Tewksbury’s defense held Lowell in check the entire game, led by Lavargna, alongside strong efforts from Cam Cimmino, Kyle Mchugh, Sean Fahey, Michael Wilson, and Jason Barnes.
Lowell 28, Tewksbury Blue Varsity 20
The Tewksbury Blue Varsity squad squared off against Rival Lowell n a game with post season implications, and each team traded scoring punches early on in the contest. Blue quarterback Evan Mantel executed some long drives with the help of tough running by Kyle Darrigo and Jake Kaiser. Tewksbury’s Jake Kaiser was able to find the end zone in the first half after a Lowell score.
In second half play, Tewksbury defensive ends Matthew Rosemond and Kenny Wilson did a fine job trying to contain Lowell, while big runs by fullback Patrick Latournue and clutch catches from wideout Richie Markwarth help set up the Tewksbury’s next few scoring drives. Lowell was able to find the end zone one last time to edge Tewksbury. The Blue squad will have their final regular season game on Sunday against Manchester to try and keep their playoff hopes alive.