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TYF Flag Division Roundup: Harrison Leads Grey Pride To Victory

Oct 30, 2015 12:57PM ● By Bill Gilman

Tewksbury Youth Football

(Editor's note: The following was submitted by Tewksbury Youth Football.)

Tewksbury Flag Football

Tiny Mites

Grey Pride 12, Orange Pride 6

Will Harrison had two interceptions on the day scored and scored the winning touchdown as time expired to lead Grey to victory. Lucas Difranco got the scoring started for Grey with an excellent long touchdown run. John Pasquarell added some good runs and great quarterback play, while Ryan Callahan and Paul Ryan had great offensive efforts as well. Cody Lombardi, Donovan Conway, and Kyle Dineen powered the Grey’s defense with excellent flag pulls.

Mighty Mites

2nd-3rd grade

Silver Pride 33, Orange Pride 18

Silver took the first game of the playoffs behind some excellent runs from Ben Christopher and Evan Deleon. Braydon Moran had a great flag pull, with Jack Rattey provided some great all-around play for the victors. Sean Carroll continued his excellent quarterback play for Silver, with David Benassi continuing to play strong on offense.

Blue Pride 38, Silver Pride 12

Silver hung around with a powerful Blue team for the first half, but could not keep up with the air Blue air attack. Sean Carroll threw a perfect pass to Cameron Guendner for a touchdown, while Evan Deleon had an interception return of a touchdown. Mateus Fraga and Brady Schofield put for a solid effort for Silver in the losing effort.

Super Mights

4th-5th grade

Blue Pride 32, Green Pride 8

Blue Pride 60, Orange Pride 18

Blue Pride won a pair of games to start the Super Might playoffs in Tewksbury Flag Football. Blue started out strong on offense in both wins, with some great team efforts from Jack Rennell (4 touchdowns), Richie Bongiorno (3 touchdowns),  Michael Carlson (2 touchdowns) , Cam Kearney (2 touchdowns), and Jimmy Holmes (1 touchdown).  Drew Rennell and Mathew Tramonte both shined at the quarterback position for Blue.  Justin Magee and Michael Parent led a solid Blue defensive effort, while Drew Nestor and Ryan Sorrentino provided solid rushing efforts in the wins. Edward Galante did a fine job on the Blue sideline controlling the play calling. 


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