Brookline Knights Football Association
Knights Game Summaries
Week #4 - September 15, 2013

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	September 15, 2013                 @ West Allegheny High School

	8-UNDER JV GAME (exhibition game)

	West Allegheny 16 - BROOKLINE 6

	Scoring Summary:

	Triston Pezzelle 55 run (conversion failed)

	NOTES: Brookline's youngest Knights took one on the chin from
	the West Allegheny Indians, losing their first game of the
	season, 16-6. The Knights avoided a shutout on the final play
	of the game when quarterback Triston Pezzelle broke loose for
	a fifty-five yard touchdown.
	WEEK #4 - September 15, 2013       @ West Allegheny High School


	West Allegheny 36 - BROOKLINE 8

	Scoring Summary:

	Keshawn Harris 3 run (Keshawn Harris run)

	Fumble Recovery: Pacey Daniels

	NOTES: The eight-year old Knights came to West Allegheny High
	School after two impressive wins, looking to add another notch
	to their victory belt. The Indians of West Allegheny had other
	intentions. After a close first half, the tribesmen shut down
	the Knight attack and ran away with a 36-8 win.

	West Allegheny scored twice to build an early 14-0 lead. As the
	clock ticked towards intermission, Brookline quarterback Will
	Coleman found a seam and ran forty yards downfield before being
	stopped at the Indians three yard line. From there, Keshawn
	Harris found the endzone and added the two-point conversion.
	The Indians led at halftime, 14-8.

	The second half was all West Allegheny. They outscored the
	Knights 22-0 with three unanswered touchdowns. Coleman, who
	played a good game on defense, stopped another score with
	a fine tackle on an interception return in the fourth quarter.
	WEEK #4 - September 15, 2013       @ West Allegheny High School


	West Allegheny 16 - BROOKLINE 0

	Fumble Recovery: Tristin Christe

	NOTES: Brookline's nine-year old Knights battled it out with
	the Indians of West Allegheny and endured their second defeat
	of the year, this time a 16-0 shutout to the feisty natives.
	Brookline's offense never got out of first gear. The Knight
	defense spent most of the game on the field and did their best
	to hold back the relentless West Allegheny attack.
Brookline's defense found themselves with
their backs against the wall most of the game.
	West Allegheny's first drive of the game ended at the Knight
	twelve yard line, when a fine hit by Jason Randall forced a
	fumble which was recovered by Tristin Christe. While the
	Brookline attack stumbled, the Indians mounted another charge.
	With 2:52 remaining in the second quarter, West Allegheny
	scored on a three yard burst. A good conversion run staked
	the Indians to an 8-0 lead.

	With a minute to go in the half, a thirty-five yard pass play
	quickly moved the Indians to the Knights nineteen. A scoring
	run on the next play, and a successful conversion pass, put
	the Indians ahead 16-0 as the game entered halftime.
The Knight offense never got on track.
	The second half opened with a long West Allegheny drive that
	took up the majority of the third quarter. The Indians were
	stopped at the Brookline twelve yard line. A second sustained
	West Allegheny march chewed up the bulk of the fourth quarter
	clock before grinding to a halt at the Brookline nine.
The Knights offense had difficult
mounting a sustained drive all day.    The Knights defense was pressured the entire
game by the relentless West Allegheny attack.

Brookline's defense spent most of the game on the field
and did a decent job under difficult circumstances.    The West Allegheny offense gave the
Knight defenders a tough challenge.

	WEEK #4 - September 15, 2013       @ West Allegheny High School


	BROOKLINE 44 - West Allegheny 0

	Scoring Summary:

	Jamyle Liebro 17 run (Visawn Pennix run)
	Jamyle Liebro 22 run (Grant Hamilton run)
	Jamyle Liebro 17 run (Grant Hamilton run)
	Raeshawn Caldwell 54 run (Grant Hamilton run)
	Antwan Peterson 16 run (conversion failed)
	Jamyle Liebro 20 run (conversion failed)

	Fumble Recovery: Dylan Studer, Visawn Pennix
	Interception: Michael Jackson

	NOTES: Brookline's ten-year old Knights came to West Allegheny
	to avenge last season's defeat and overwhelmed the Indians with
	a stunning display of offensive firepower. From start to finish
	the Knights unleashed a punishing blitz. When the smoke cleared
	on the field of battle, the Indians had been vanquished by a
	final score of 44-0.
Visawn Pennix bulls his way forward for yardage.
Pennix played a fine game on both sides of the ball.
	Brookline's Visawn Pennix started the game by returning the
	kickoff thirty yards into Indian territory. Visawn ran the ball
	for eleven more yards and a first down. The Indians managed to	
	halt this opening flurry. Brookline's defense took the field
	and forced a punt. A forty-five yard pass to Antwain Carter set
	up Jamyle Liebro's seventeen yard touchdown run. Pennix aced
	the conversion and the Brookline scoring festival was on.
Antwan Peterson, Jamyle Liebro and Michael Jackson
track down an Indian receiver to save a touchdown.
	West Allegheny then mounted their only threat of the afternoon
	with a long pass play that positioned them at the Knight
	thirty-six. A timely interception and a thirty yard return by
	Michael Jackson put an end to that uprising and led to another
	Liebro touchdown burst. Quarterback Grant Hamilton's two-point
	conversion run increased the Brookline lead to 16-0. Two long
	runs by Raeshawn Caldwell on the next series led to Liebro's
	third score. Hamilton once again provided the conversion run
	and the Knights entered halftime ahead 24-0.
The cheerleaders halftime routine was great.
	The second half began with Pennix recovering a fumble near
	midfield on the Indians kick return. Two plays later, Caldwell
	scampered fifty-four yards to the endzone. A third Hamilton
	two-point effort expanded the Brookline lead to 32-0. Before
	the end of the period, reserve quarterback Antwan Peterson
	added another touchdown with a sixteen yard run.
The Brookline offense was unstoppable.
	With the clock on the fast track, the final quarter went rather
	quickly. The Knights capped off the point parade on their final
	possession when Liebro scampered twenty yards for his fourth
	goal line celebration.

	This victory was a fine achievement for Coach Bruce's Knights
	against a strong opponent. The offense scored on six of their
	seven possessions, and the defense held the Indians to minimum
	yardage and only one first down. Keep up the good work!
These Knights came ready to play ...    ... and the cheerleaders were ready
to cheer them on to victory.

Antwain Carter on his 45 yard pass reception.    Michael Jackson's interception ended the
Indians only real threat of the game.

Quarterback Grant Hamilton scores his
first of three two-point conversions.    Grant Hamilton airs one out.

Antwan Peterson goes around the right
side for his sixteen yard touchdown run.    Brandon McGough and Jamyle Liebro after trying to
grab an Indian kickoff that went out of bounds.

Raeshawn Caldwell had a good day running the ball.    Jamyle Liebro scores his fourth TD of the game.

The Knight defense played an outstanding game.    The Knights celebrate after a resounding win.

	WEEK #4 - September 15, 2013       @ West Allegheny High School


	BROOKLINE 36 - West Allegheny 14

	Scoring Summary:

	Mason Ventrone 34 run (Marques Watson run)
	Marques Watson 2 run (Nick Roell run)
	Jack Sullivan 5 pass from Nick Roell
		(Aaron King pass from Nick Roell)
	Mason Ventrone 22 run (conversion failed)
	Mason Ventrone 12 run (conversion failed)

	Fumble Recovery: Marques Watson, Terrence Rudolph, Aidan Logan
	Interception: Demetri Bose (2)

	NOTES: Coach Donnie and his eleven-year old Knights increased
	their league-leading record to 3-0 with a 36-14 victory over
	the West Allegheny Indians. Brookline came looking for another
	romp over a helpless opponent, and instead found themselves in
	a fight. Although the outcome was never in doubt, the Indians
	put up stiff resistance and earned a measure of respect.
Marques Watson scores an early conversion
to give the Knights an 8-0 lead.
	The game started with a West Allegheny onside kick that was
	recovered by Jack Sullivan. Brookline's high-powered offense
	wasted no time dictating the tone of the game. Power running
	by Marques Watson and Mason Ventrone moved the ball in large
	chunks downfield. Ventrone scored the Knights first touchdown
	four minutes into the game. A Watson conversion run gave
	Brookline an early 8-0 lead.

	West Allegheny took control of the ball and mounted a ten-play
	drive into Brookline territory before Aidan Logan stopped the
	effort with a fumble recovery. The Knights took over and drove
	sixty yards for their second score, a two-yard burst by Watson.
	Another takeaway, this time by Terrence Rudolph, set up the
	Knights third scoring drive. A five yard touchdown pass from
	Nick Roell to Sullivan, followed by Roell's two-point toss to
	Aaron King, gave the Knights a commanding 24-0 lead.
Aaron King hauls in a conversion pass
from Nick Roell to make the score 24-0.
	The Indians ended the first half with another march into Knight
	territory. They surged forward to the Knight twenty-seven yard
	line before a Quinn Hunter sack ended their brief offensive.

	West Allegheny picked up where they left off at the beginning
	of the second half by once again testing the Knight defense.
	This time they found their way into the endzone with a forty
	yard screen pass that went all the way for six points. A good
	conversion pass made the score 24-8.
The Knight defense bent but did not
break under the stubborn Indian attack.
	A forty-six yard run by Watson on Brookline's next possession
	was followed by Ventrone's twenty-two yard touchdown run midway
	through the third quarter. The Indian offense went nowhere on
	their next series and turned the ball over to the Knights at
	midfield. A Brookline fumble was then recovered and returned
	fifty-nine yards for a West Allegheny touchdown, increasing
	their point tally to fourteen.

	The final points of the game came on Ventrone's twelve yard
	dash at the end of the third quarter, making the score 36-14.
	The Brookline reserves took over and held the Indians on the
	reservation for the remainder of the contest, aided in large
	part by Demetri Bose's second interception of the afternoon.
The Knight defense sacked the Indian quarterback
three times for a loss of twenty-four yards.
	The Knights offense amassed 366 total yards, with 338 on the
	ground. Watson led all runners with 148 yards and a touchdown
	on thirteen carries. Ventrone was a close second with 132 and
	three scores on nine touches. Roell was three of five passing
	for twenty-eight yards and a touchdown. The Indians gained 128
	yards rushing on thirty-three carries, and completed five of
	ten passes for eighty-four more. First downs were almost even,
	with the Knights holding a 10-9 advantage. On the downside, the
	Knights offense surrendered forty-five yards on six penalties.
The Knights take the field.    Captains for the game were Quinn Hunter, Aidan Logan,
J.B. Nelson, Mason Ventrone and Marques Watson.

Let's get this party started!    Nick Roell scores on a conversion run
to make the score 16-0.

The Knight offense was, as usual, unstoppable.    The view from the sideline.

The West Allegheny offense managed nearly
200 yards total offense for the game.    Mason Ventrone rushed for 132 yards and three touchdowns.

The reserve defenders did a
good job in the fourth quarter.    Reserve QB Jordan Bonilla led the
offense well during the fourth quarter.



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