Brookline Knights Football Association
Knights Game Summaries
Week #4 - September 15, 2007

Brookline Knights
	WEEK #4 - September 15, 2007


	Thomas-Jefferson 14 - BROOKLINE 0

	NOTE: TJ took a 14-0 lead into halftime	and never really
	looked back. After that, the Knights fought them to a
	standstill. The defense made a couple mistakes but played
	a pretty good game. The offense kept trying but always
	seemed one good block away from getting a runner loose.



	Thomas-Jefferson 14 - BROOKLINE 6

	Scoring Summary:

	Joey Shulik run (conversion failed)

	Interception: Zach Wagner
	Fumble Recovery: Mark Roell (2)

	NOTE: The game started off great with Nick Manuel returning
	the opening kickoff to the one yard line and Joey Shulik
	punching it in for a 6-0 lead. TJ answered with two quick
	scores and then the game entered a deadlock. The Knights
	defense played hard and kept the game within reach, but the
	offense couldn't get their gears in motion.



	BROOKLINE 38 - Thomas-Jefferson 0

	Scoring Summary:

	Connor McGinnis run (conversion failed)
	Connor McGinnis run (Khalil Sanders run)
	Khalil Sanders pass from Connor McGinnis (Michael Roper run)
	Michael Roper run (Zach McGrail run)
	Malik Petite pass from Tony Manuel (Tyler Parees run)

	Fumble Recovery: Malik Petite

	NOTE: Another display of dominance. Like Ted Nugent with an
	appetite, they showed their keen interest in hunting for
	sustenance. They stalked the Jaguars, slaughtered them in the
	trenches, then feasted in a frenzy. Connor and Khalil had
	another productive day putting points on the board. Michael
	Roper finally broke free for a long TD run, and Tony Manuel
	matched Connor with a touchdown pass apiece. Tony also had a
	nice run for a touchdown, but it was called back on a penalty.



	BROOKLINE 16 - Thomas-Jefferson 0

	Scoring Summary:

	Christopher Noel pass from Russell Page (Domonique Betton run)
	Domonique Betton run (Russell Page run)

	Interception: Ricardo Burch and Domonique Betton
	Fumble Recovery: Domonique Betton

	NOTE: Another excellent outing from Coach Jester's upstarts.
	These kids are playing some good football on both sides of the
	line of scrimmage. Quarterback Russell Page had another solid
	game, hooking up with Chris Noel for a couple fine catches,
	including a touchdown. Ricardo Burch and Domonique Betton
	ground out some tough yards from the backfield and combined
	for three takeaways on defense. Noel dazzled the crowd when he
	hauled in a webgem one-handed reception while falling
	backwards, ala-Lynn Swann.



	Thomas-Jefferson 36 - BROOKLINE 0

	Fumble Recovery: Ryan Mandarino

	NOTE: After four games doing the scoreboard, the fifth seemed
	like a blur of referee hand signals and Knights on black
	horses chasing Jaguars into the endzone. Our Knights did
	mount one nice drive towards the TJ endzone early in the
	second quarter, but came up short. These Knights need to
	sharpen their blades for next week's duel with the Sabres.
	The halftime show was pretty cool. The cheerleaders added
	this lift-double flip thing to their routine that they pulled
	off exquisitely. Go girls!

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