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Seven Sorrows Midgets win; Ponies, Peewees fall

Posted 9/13/17

The Seven Sorrows Eagles Midget team picked up an easy win on the road vs. the East Pennsboro Panthers on Sunday, Sept. 10, but the Ponies and Peewees didn’t fare nearly as …

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Seven Sorrows Midgets win; Ponies, Peewees fall

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The Seven Sorrows Eagles Midget team picked up an easy win on the road vs. the East Pennsboro Panthers on Sunday, Sept. 10, but the Ponies and Peewees didn’t fare nearly as well.

Midgets

Seven Sorrows 42,
East Pennsboro 6

The Midgets are now 3-0 on the season.

Brandyn Davis returned the opening kickoff 54 yards to the East Penn 10 yard line. Two plays later, he scored on a four-yard run. AJ Stains converted the two-point kick (he finished 5-5 on the day), and the Eagles led 8-0. 

After forcing a punt, Kamil Foster broke a few tackles on his way to a 28-yard scoring run and a 16-0 lead. After the next Eagles possession ended at the Panthers 4 yard line, Melvin Jones had QB sacks on consecutive plays, forcing a punt from the 1. The snap sailed over the punter’s head for a safety, making it 18-0. 

Foster returned the free kick 70 yards for a touchdown and a 26-0 halftime lead. 

In the second half, Foster added a receiving touchdown, hauling in a 30-yard pass from Tony Powell. 

Stains ran for a 52-yard touchdown on fourth and 12 to close out the scoring. 

The Eagles defense allowed only 19 yards rushing on 13 attempts. Jones was a big part of that, with help from Sam Fluke, Jake Heckman, Ryan Souders and Malachi Brooks.

Ponies

East Pennsboro 32,
Seven Sorrows 0

The Eagles struggled against a tough Panthers defense and fell to 1-2 on the season. 

The back field of Tillman Artell, Caleb Einzig, Jadyn Maple, Jamar McKinney and Aaron Nordai tried to run through, around and over the Panthers without much success.

Artell forced a fumble late in the third quarter that Einzig was able to recover. With the Eagles fighting against a running clock, Maple connected with McKinney on a 15-yard pass during the last drive of the game, but the clock wasn’t on the Eagles’ side. 

The Eagles spread out their defensive attempts with multiple players with tackles, including Austin McCorkel, Devon Reid and Mason Dudash. Also getting into the defensive action was Michael Mattis and a call-up from the Peewee squad, Gabriel Graham.

Peewees

East Pennsboro 31,
Seven Sorrows 0

The Eagles defense continues to play hard as they try to kickstart a struggling offense as the Eagles fell to 0-3. 

Adrian Serrano, Demaj Jalloh, and Darrius Jalloh made tackles all over the field. Jaedyn Boone, Carlos Aponte, and Michael Dugan recorded tackles. with assists from Shakur Jalloh and Caine Kalonick.  

Smurfs

The Eagles reached the end zone four times thanks to the offensive line, and the legs of Andrew McCorkel, Ben Nordai and Jace Redline. 

However, the defense had their own highlight reels. McCorkel and Nordai led the defense with tackles. Kellen Livingston got in on the action with a few tackles and a fumble recovery. 

Jameson Kupp, Kaleb Anthony, and Greyson Peslis also played defense.

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