Brookline Knights Football Association
Knights Game Summaries
Week #7 - October 12, 2014

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	WEEK #7 - October 12, 2014                @ Baldwin High School

	7-UNDER

	BROOKLINE 19 - Baldwin 13

	Scoring Summary:

	Mark Jameson 25 run (conversion failed)
	Kaden Wysong 45 run (Mark Jameson run)
	Tristan Pezzelle 78 run (conversion failed)

	NOTES: Brookline's Little Knights added that elusive 'W' to
	their season record with a 19-13 victory over the Baldwin
	Highlanders in the final game of the 2014 campaign. All year
	long, these Knights have worked hard, played with pride, and
	never lost their spirit. Their patience was at last rewarded
	as they posted their best team effort to date.

	Mark Jameson got things started on Brookline's first possession
	with a twenty-five yard touchdown run to stake the Knights to
	an early 6-0 lead. Kaden Wysong followed that up by slashing
	and dashing his way to the endzone to increase the advantage to
	twelve points. Jameson added the conversion point and the
	Knights entered the intermission break leading 13-0.

	The Highlanders closed the gap to seven points, 13-6, early in
	the second half. Fleet-footed Tristan Pezzelle countered with a
	seventy-eight yard scamper on a reverse to make it 19-6. The
	thrust and parry continued as Baldwin struck with another quick
	score to pull back into contention at 19-13.

	Brookline's final offensive series went nowhere and Baldwin
	took control of the ball with 1:30 remaining in the game. They
	rapidly drove all the way to the Brookline thirty yard line.

	With the game on the line, the determined Knights dug in and
	stood firm. On fourth down, the defense	held the Highlanders
	short of the stick to seal the win. When the referee signaled
	the change of possession, the victory celebration was on.

	Congratulations to all of the Brookline Knights	six and seven
	year olds. These gritty players had already demonstrated to the
	coaches and fans that that they were winners, and now they've
	earned the big 'W' to prove it. Go Knights!
 
	WEEK #7 - October 12, 2014                @ Baldwin High School

	9-UNDER JV GAME (exhibition game)

	Baldwin 19 - BROOKLINE 0

	NOTES: The Brookline nine-year old Junior Varsity team's record
	fell to 3-4 after a 19-0 loss to the Baldwin Highlanders. The
	Knights almost avoided the shutout late in the game when speedy
	Maurice Trent broke free for ninety yard touchdown run, but his
	gallant effort was negated by a penalty.
 
	WEEK #7 - October 12, 2014                @ Baldwin High School

	9-UNDER

	Baldwin 34 - BROOKLINE 20

	Scoring Summary:

	Keshawn Harris 68 run (conversion failed)
	Keshawn Harris 44 fumble recovery (conversion failed)
	Amire Spencer 5 run (A'Mirre Brown run)
Keshawn Harris speeds down the sideline
for the Knights first touchdown.
	NOTES: Coach Jason and the Brookline Nines fell to the Baldwin
	Highlanders in their final regular season game, 34-20. Two
	first quarter touchdowns and another midway through the	second
	period catapulted Baldwin to a commanding 22-0 lead.

	Keshawn Harris put the Knights on the board with 3:22 remaining
	in the half with a sixty-eight yard yard touchdown run to make
	it 22-6. Harris then recovered a fumble on the Highlanders next
	possession and ran it back for six more to bring Brookline to
	within ten points, 22-12, at halftime.
Amire Spencer had a good day running with the football.
	Baldwin increased their lead to 28-12 on their first possession
	of the third quarter. Brookline countered with a short march
	into Highlander territory, highlighted by a fifteen yard fourth
	down pass from Racari El to A'Mirre Brown. After moving another
	ten yards, a turnover put an end to that promising effort.

	The Highlanders took the gift and put the game away four plays
	later. A fifty-eight yard breakaway run positioned Baldwin at
	the Knights four yard line. A short dash on the next snap led
	to the final endzone celebration of the day for the home team.
The Brookline defense had a hard time holding
back the determined Highlander attack.
	The Knights mounted one last drive late in the fourth quarter.
	A twenty-one yard run by Harris, a twenty yard pass reception
	by Brown, and an interference call put Brookline at the	Baldwin
	five yard line. From there, Amire Spencer covered the remaining
	distance to the goal. Brown's two-point conversion run brought
	the final score to: Baldwin 34 - Brookline 20.

	Next week, the Brookline Knights (#4 seed, 4-3) play host to
	the Washington Prexies (#5 seed, 3-4) at Danny McGibbeny Field
	in the Opening Round of the PYFL playoffs. The Prexies fell
	victim to the Knights, 32-0, in Week Six.
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	WEEK #7 - October 12, 2014                @ Baldwin High School

	11-UNDER JV GAME (exhibition game)

	BROOKLINE 13 - Baldwin 6

	Scoring Summary:

	Zaire Nelson 70 pass from Branndon Pezzelle
		(Michael Jackson pass from Branndon Pezzelle)
	Michael Jackson 50 run (conversion failed)

	NOTES: Brookline's eleven-year old Junior Varsity team marched
	to another exciting victory, this time a 13-6 triumph over the
	Baldwin Highlanders. These scrappy Knights have been in close
	games all season long, and this contest was another nail-biter
	that hung in the balance until late in the fourth quarter.

	Brookline took the opening kickoff and drove to the Baldwin
	twenty-two yard line, powered by the strong running of Zaire
	Nelson and Idris Wilson. The promising drive stalled and the
	Knights were forced to turn the ball over to the Highlanders.

	Baldwin drove into Brookline territory. A pass over the middle
	was caught near the forty yard line. The receiver was hit hard
	By Qwamae Morris and fumbled the ball, which was recovered by
	Nelson. On the next play, Zaire took a pass from Branndon
	Pezzelle and sped seventy yards down the sideline for a
	touchdown. Pezzelle then hooked up with Michael Jackson for
	the conversion to put the Knights ahead 7-0.
Brookline's offense had their best game yet.
	Brookline then tried an onside kick, which Jackson recovered
	at the Baldwin thirty-five. Jackson and Wilson then combined
	to move the sticks seventeen yards into the Highlander redzone,
	only to see the drive fizzle.

	Baldwin took possession with only a minute to play in the half.
	The Highlanders went to the air. Pressure from John Brueken
	resulted in a bad pass, which Jackson intercepted. The first
	half ended with the ball at the Baldwin thirty-six yard line.

	The Highlanders began the second half with a sixty-one yard
	kickoff return. A saving tackle by Pezzelle at the Brookline
	twelve yard line prevented a sure score. From there, Baldwin
	powered the ball forward in three plays, culminating in a two
	yard touchdown plunge to edge within a point of the Knights.
The Knight defenders did a fine job
protecting the Brookline lead.
	The conversion attempt was another plunge up the middle. This
	time the Highlander runner was met by Jacob Davis, Micah Brown,
	Gerald Secilia, Sean Smith and Wilson, who combined to drop him
	at the one to keep the Knights on top, 7-6.

	The following two possessions went nowhere. Then, with 4:50
	left in the game, Jackson took a Pezzelle pass and scampered
	forty-eight yards to the goal line. A holding call negated
	Michael's fine run and the Knights were forced to punt with
	three minutes remaining.

	An excellent four-play defensive stand kept the Highlanders in
	place and forced a turnover on downs at the Baldwin forty-four.
	The Knights took possession with 1:30 remaining. Three plays
	later, with the clock ticking towards zero, Jackson took a
	pitch reverse and covered fifty yards for the touchdown that
	sealed the Brookline victory.
Brookline's 11-Under JV Knights.
	This was another solid effort by Brookline's JV Knights, and an
	excellent individual game for Michael Jackson, whose inspired
	play on both offense and defense kept the Knights a cut above
	the feisty Highlanders.

	The Junior Varsity Knights finished their regular season with a
	4-2 record. Congratulations to Jacob Davis, John Brueken, Micah
	Brown, Andrew Cagey, Branndon Pezzelle, Qwamae Morris, Matthew
	Phillips, Sean Smith, Gerald Secilia, Anthony Secilia, William
	Altman, Michael Jackson, Zaire Nelson and Idris Wilson.
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	WEEK #7 - October 12, 2014                @ Baldwin High School

	11-UNDER

	BROOKLINE 46 - Baldwin 20

	Scoring Summary:

	Raeshawn Caldwell 42 run
		(Jamyle Liebro pass from Antwan Peterson)
	Antwain Carter 6 run
		(Asahn Bey-Davis pass from Antwan Peterson)
	Raeshawn Caldwell 70 kickoff return
		(Antwain Carter pass from Antwan Peterson)
	Antwan Peterson 42 punt return (Visawn Pennix run)
	Raeshawn Caldwell 8 run (Antwan Peterson run)
	Antwain Carter 4 run (Antwan Peterson run)

	NOTES: Joe Nicholas and his Mighty Knights finished the regular
	season with a resounding 46-20 victory at Baldwin High School
	over the Highlanders. For the Knights, it was their seventh win
	in seven games. The undefeated record earns them the #1 seed in
	the upcoming PYFL post-season playoffs.
The Brookline Knights take the field at Baldwin.
	Despite giving up twenty points, the Knights dominated this
	contest from start to finish. Brookline scored touchdowns on
	four of five offensive possessions. The only failed series was
	halted at the Baldwin seventeen by the halftime buzzer.

	Raeshawn Caldwell got the scoring started with a forty-two yard
	run on Brookline's opening drive. Jamyle Liebro made a diving
	reception for the two-point conversion. Antwain Carter capped
	off an eight-play drive on the following possession with a six
	yard score. A pass to Asahn Bey-Davis added a pair to increase
	the Knights lead to 16-0 as the first quarter drew to a close.

	Baldwin began the second period by returning the ensuing kick
	seventy-five yards to cut that lead to 16-6. Caldwell countered
	by bringing back the Highlander kickoff seventy yards for a
	quick six. Carter added two more with a conversion reception.
Antwain Carter bursts through a big
hole towards the endzone.
	Brookline's staunch defense forced another Baldwin punt, which
	was promptly returned all the way by Peterson. Visawn Pennix
	aced the deuce with a run around the left end to increase the
	Knight advantage to 32-6.

	A Mekhi Gay fumble recovery put the Brookline offense back on
	the attack. Long runs by Carter, Pennix and Peterson set up an
	eight yard touchdown run by Caldwell. Peterson's one-point
	conversion run made it 39-6.

	The Highlanders notched their second score of the game on the
	following series with a forty yard touchdown reception and good
	conversion toss. The Knights fired back with another drive to
	the Baldwin seventeen before the buzzer blew to end the half.
	The Knights held a commanding 39-14 lead at intermission.
The Knights cheerleaders put on a great halftime show.
	Antwain Carter celebrated his second six-point trip to the
	endzone, and Peterson contributed another one, on Brookline's
	only possession of the second half. With the score at 46-14 and
	all hope lost, the running clock initiated to hasten the end.

	Baldwin then launched a successful sustained drive that ate up
	the entire fourth quarter clock against the Brookline reserves.
	Two nice pass plays and a fifteen yard penalty put them at the
	Knights thirteen yard line with only seconds left to play.

	A thirteen yard Highlander touchdown reception on the next to
	last play of the game restored some dignity to the Baldwin
	faithful and added the final few digits to the scoreboard.
The Brookline defense was awesome.
	For the record, Brookline outgained Baldwin in total yardage
	from scrimmage, 248 to 104. Brookline rushed twenty-eight times
	for 233 yards and threw for fifteen. Baldwin's running attack
	was completely throttled, pushed back sixteen yards in sixteen
	attempts, twelve of which were for negative yardage. They did,
	however, complete seven of thirteen passes for 120 yards. The
	Knights had seven first downs to the Highlanders four.

	Brookline's running attack included Raeshawn Caldwell (6-69),
	Antwain Carter (10-60), Jamyle Liebro (2-48), Visawn Pennix
	(4-33) and Antwan Peterson (6-23). Over the airwaves, Liebro,
	Carter and Asahn Bey-Davis each caught a pass for five yards.

	Next week the Brookline Knights (#1 seed, 7-0) play host to
	the West Mifflin Titans (#8 seed, 0-7) at Danny McGibbeny Field
	in the Opening Round of the PYFL playoffs. The Knights defeated
	the Titans, 48-0, in Week One.
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PYFL Standings After Week #7

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