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TYF Roundup: Red Pride A And B Teams Rip Lowell

Sep 15, 2016 07:38AM ● By Theresa Gilman

Tewksbury Youth Football

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Youth Division: 2nd, 3rd, & 4th Grade

Tewksbury Green 36, Sanborn 12

Tewksbury Green opened the season in fine fashion by spreading the ball around on offense with five different players reaching the end zone. Behind a terrific offensive line effort, newcomer Tyler Sanon ran for two touchdowns, while Jaden Maxi added a pair of rushing scores. Nicky DeSisto scampered in from 18 yards for the third Green touchdown. Jack Lightfoot and Shane Spurr contributed extra points in the Tewksbury win. On the defensive side of the ball, Angelo DeSisto, Anthony Monteiro, Ethan Martins, Evan Lim, and Jared Mirisola had solid efforts in the victory.  Green will travel to Timberlane on Saturday.

Junior Division: 5th & 6th Grade

Tewksbury Red Pride A 30, Lowell 0

Sparked by a Um’ari Seney 40-yard interception return for a touchdown, the Red Pride defense shut down Lowell to kick off the 2016 campaign. Justin Darrigo added a sack and fumble recovery, with Max Mattuchio adding a sack in the stout defensive effort. While Red was held scoreless on the offensive side of the ball in the first quarter, they struck with a quick two-play, 80-yard scoring drive highlighted by a Nick DeGloria 60-yard pass to Mike Sullivan and a Colin Frasier 20-yard scamper for the touchdown. Frasier had two rushing touchdowns on the day in the impressive victory.

Tewksbury Red Pride B 26, Lowell 6

Ajani Seney got the Red Pride off to a stunning start, taking the opening play of the game 60 yards for a touchdown. Seney would have two rushing touchdowns on the day, with Cameron Kearney adding a rushing touchdown with close to 100 yards on the ground. Hunter Johnson added a 10-yard touchdown run to cap off the Red scoring. Pacing the defense was Alex Arbogast with a key sack, along with Daniel Sullivan standing out on the defensive side of the ball. Defensive lineman Trevor LaFave show tremendous effort last in the game with a touchdown-saving tackle.
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