Brookline Knights Football Association
Knights Game Summaries
Week #2 - September 5, 2014

Brookline Knights

* 7-Under * 9-Under JV * 9-Under * 11-Under JV * 11-Under *

 
	WEEK #2 - September 6, 2014             @ Danny McGibbeny Field

	7-UNDER

	Moon 21 - BROOKLINE 7

	Scoring Summary:

	Kaden Wysong 50 run (Max Marzina run)

	NOTES: The Moon Tigers handed Brookline's Little Knights their
	second loss by a score of 22-8. Moon scored two touchdowns in
	the first period to take a 14-0 lead into the halftime break.
	Brookline got a fine run from Mark Jameson but were unable to
	capitalize on the good field position.
	Another long Tiger touchdown run increased the Moon advantage
	to 21-0 early in the second half. The Knights got on the board
	in the third quarter when Kaden "Budda" Wysong scampered fifty
	yards for six points. Max Marzina added the final point with a
	good conversion run.
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	WEEK #2 - September 6, 2014             @ Danny McGibbeny Field

	9-UNDER JV GAME (exhibition game)

	BROOKLINE 19 - Moon 12

	Maurice Trent 40 run (conversion failed)
	Mario Grannison 30 run (Maurice Trent run)
	Malique Lewis-Brown 70 run (conversion failed)
	NOTES: Brookline's 9-Under JV team beat Moon's Junior Tigers by
	the score of 19-12. Maurice Trent scored on runs of forty and
	sixty yards, and quarterback Mario Grannison bootlegged for a
	thirty yard touchdown run. Grannison also completed a nice
	twenty yard pass to Steven Mescan.

	On defense, Dimajio Locante once again played a great game,
	registering six bone-crunching tackles on Moon runners. The
	Brookline Junior Nines evened their season record at 1-1.
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	WEEK #2 - September 6, 2014             @ Danny McGibbeny Field

	9-UNDER

	BROOKLINE 32 - Moon 0

	Scoring Summary:

	Keshawn Harris 70 run (Keshawn Harris run)
	A'Mirre Brown 40 run (conversion failed)
	Keshawn Harris 45 run (Racari El run)
	Will Coleman 55 run (conversion failed)
	Keshawn Harris 33 run (conversion failed)

	NOTES: Coach Jason and the nine-year old varsity Knights won
	their second shutout victory in two games with a 32-0 drubbing
	of Moon. Keshawn Harris once again led the offense with another
	three-touchdown performance. A'Mirre Brown and Will Coleman
	also recorded long scoring runs as the Knights took charge of
	the game and tamed the Tigers.
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	On defense the Knights were awesome, holding Moon to only three
	first downs. Amiri Colbert-Anderson and Quinnie Walker led the
	way, each recording four fine tackles. Linebackers Anthony
	Herisko and A'Mirre Brown both had outstanding efforts.

	These young Knights are emerging as a force to be reckoned with
	among the PYFL contenders. If they continue to play hard and
	show steady improvement, they have a good chance at becoming
	one of the best in the 9-Under ranks. Keep up the good work!
 
	WEEK #2 - September 6, 2014             @ Danny McGibbeny Field

	11-UNDER JV GAME (exhibition game)

	BROOKLINE 13 - Moon 7

	Scoring Summary:

	Zaire Nelson 45 run (Branndon Pezzelle run)
	Zaire Nelson 40 run (conversion failed)

	NOTES: The Knights eleven-year old Junior Varsity team rode the
	legs of the swift Zaire Nelson to a 13-7 victory over the Moon
	Tigers in their first game of the season.
 
	WEEK #2 - September 6, 2014             @ Danny McGibbeny Field

	11-UNDER

	BROOKLINE 26 - Moon 0

	Scoring Summary:

	Raeshawn Caldwell 48 run (conversion failed)
	Raeshawn Caldwell 5 run (conversion failed)
	Raeshawn Caldwell 8 run (conversion failed)
	Raeshawn Caldwell 68 run (Visawn Pennix run)

	Fumble Recovery: Jamyle Liebro, Antwain Carter
	                 Raeshawn Caldwell

	NOTES: The 11-Under Knights made it two in a row with a	26-0
	thumping of the Moon Tigers. Led by Raeshawn Caldwell's three
	first quarter scoring runs, the Knights built an 18-0 halftime
	lead. Caldwell put the icing on the cake with a third quarter
	touchdown, his fourth of the game.
Antwan Peterson heads towards the endzone
after his first quarter interception.
	Moon took the opening kickoff and promptly fumbled the ball.
	Alexander Jones stripped the pigskin from the Moon runner and
	Jamyle Liebro recovered for the Knights. Caldwell wasted no
	time making it 6-0 Brookline with his first long endzone dash.

	Moon's opening offensive series ended on their third play from
	scrimmage when Antwan Peterson intercepted a pass and returned
	the ball to the Tiger four. Caldwell increased the Knight
	advantage to 12-0 with a short scamper around the left side.

	As the first quarter drew to a close, a bad snap on a Tiger
	punt gave Brookline good field position at the Moon twenty.
	The period ended with Caldwell scoring his third touchdown on
	an eight yard run.
The Brookline defense swarmed all
over the Moon runners.
	The Knights kept the pressure on the Tigers in the second
	quarter. An Antwain Carter fumble recovery and a blocked punt
	by Visawn Pennix gave the Knights great opportunities, but the
	Tiger defense stiffened and held the Brookline attack at bay.

	The second half began with Caldwell putting another six points
	on the board with a sixty-eight yard run. Pennix finished off
	the scoring by sprinting to the pylon for the conversion.

	Later in the game, a pair of Tiger runners broke free for long
	runs. Peterson and Mekhi Gay both made touchdown saving tackles
	to end those threats and help preserve the Brookline shutout.
Raeshawn Caldwell had another fantastic
day running with the football.
	Moon managed to penetrate the red zone one final time in the
	fourth quarter, only to fumble the ball away inside the ten.
	The loose ball was recovered by Caldwell. Raeshawn played an
	outstanding game on both sides of the scrimmage line.

	In the final minute of the fourth quarter, Pennix burst	through
	the line and ran eighty yards for another Brookline touchdown,
	only to have the long run negated by a penalty.

	The Knights defense was awesome at containing the Moon attack.
	Liebro, Pennix, Carter, Caldwell, Gay and Asahn Bey-Davis all
	had several bruising tackles to their credit. Pennix registered
	two sacks and Caldwell added a third. It was an excellent game
	all around for the boys in Green and Black. Go Knights!


'Curse You, Red Baron.'

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