OYTF Week 7 Results
Oct 04, 2016 07:56PM ● Published by Steven Jack
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- 8U Cheer got 3rd Place
- 10U Cheer got 2nd Place
- 11U Cheer got 2nd Place
- 7th/8th Grade Cheer got 2nd Place
The line gave plenty of running space for Ryan King and Jamison Staniszewski that got Blue into scoring distance early. The offensive line was led by Dylan Koebele, Jayden Pugsley, Hunter Novak, Brayden Cronin, and Wyatt Harvey. This game was a defensive battle between both teams. 8Ublue was able to get two turnovers in the game.
The defense was led by Trent Epley who had a big sack, Donncha Souza, Julian Hernandez, Danny Claycombe, and Blayke Lohmann. First turnover was a strip ball by Aiden Larsen, with a recovery from Isacc Ramirez. The defense continued forcing DeKalb to punt on consecutive possessions.
The weather was suited for a defensive battle. DeKalb kept trying to throw the ball, to tie up the game but only completed one pass to their TE. Blue’s defense closed the game out with their first interception of the year by Mariano. Blue looks to continue their win streak with their final regular season game against Kaneland.
8U Orange made some halftime adjustments and held Sandwich to 6 points in the second half. The offense was led by the hard running of Noah Deist and Teddy Manikas. Noah Deist ran all over the field and took a pounding, but he kept getting up and giving his all until the final whistle. Manikas had a couple of catches and a few shifty runs to help move the ball, but the Sandwich defense was too much in the end.
The 8U Orange defense was led by Jeff Hernandez, who had 3 tackles for loss in the 2nd half. Game balls were awarded to Noah Deist and Teddy Manikas for their outstanding play and leadership on the offensive side of the ball.
8U Orange needs a win next week at Yorkville Red to secure the second seed in the playoffs, as a loss would have them on the outside looking in due to tiebreakers with Oswego Blue and Sandwich.
The starting defense continued its dominance as it shut down the Indians in all aspects. At the end of the first quarter, Oswego was up 24-0 but the story of the game was Oswego's bench strength. At the start of the second quarter, Oswego unleashed its second string on the Sandwich Indians. Oswego never missed a beat as the routing on offense and defense continued.
Joey Hartmann and Brett Zajac managed to both punched in touchdown runs to expand the lead. The offensive line of Cole Perkins, Wyatt Wezeman, Dante Layton, Lucas Srail, Payton Lanham, Trace Marshall and Jaidyn Jackson were too much to handle and they plowed through the Indians. The second half defense was on Lock-down as Louie Cikauskas, Tommy Eberle, Tyler Sklenicka, Nolan Koebele, Ryan Catey and CJ Reyes continued to shut down the Indians run game.
Ayden Villa recorded his second interception of the season and went 4 for 4 kicking extra points as Oswego concluded its routing of Sandwich with a final score of 38-0. With this win, Oswego moves to 7-0 and recorded its 5th shut-out of the season.
Oswego looks to wrap up its regular season next week as they travel to take on the Yorkville Red team (4-3) on Saturday, October 8th at 12 pm.
The Panthers held the lead for the entire game until the mustangs got their lone score of the day with less than one minute remaining in the game.
The Panthers would keep in line with a recent trend, as they were once again shorthanded, and injury plagued, they would start slow, only to find their groove once the game was out of hand. While struggling to fill positions in recent weeks, the Panthers have turned to Luis Ruiz, normally a standout on the offensive line, Ruiz has found a niche on defensive as well, and he has been unstoppable, making big play after big play he racked up 5 tackles, 2 for loss, and was terrorizing the backfield for the entire 2nd half.
Sparked by the play of his teammate, Ryan "Ryno" Emmick, who was learning a new position on the fly, found himself in the backfield with his teammate. Emmick had 4 tackles, and a huge sack to end a Wildcat drive late in the 4th quarter. Nate "Spider-Monkey" DeJesus once again showed no fear, as he proved he could fill the middle, and found himself with 2 tackles and an assist.
Linebackers Gabriel Mueller, and De'Ovion "DJ" Lewis would not be slowed down by the mud, as they combined for 8 tackles in the 2nd half. The Offense would struggle in the muddy conditions. Miami Graham, Brandon Kunitzer, and Addison Carlson would each have a couple of big runs, but were unable to find the consistency needed to sustain drives.
Late in the game the Panthers would try a new strategy, and hand the ball to their big linemen. Achilles Obert, and "Ryno" Emmick would prove that they had what it takes to pound the ball in the mud and drag defenders downfield. The two tanks would combine for 30 yards rushing late in the 4th quarter, but would run out of time.
Selvig and Rodriguez finished with 96 yards total on the ground behind the blocking of Massoth, Perry, Perez and Hellyer. The defense was led by Anthony Perez with some big hits for loss. LaFan had strip and Reavley/Loius pressure caused turnovers including an interception by Selvig and stout run support by the Elabed brothers.
The offense has some fine blocking from Connor Auton and Alan Andrade. On the defensive side of the ball Max Gardner played a great game as he broke up a couple pass attempts and J.T. Stryszyk was all over the field making tackle after tackle.
It took 1 play for Kyle Morrissey to hook up with CJ Jensik on a 15 yard pass for a TD. After Joey DeMarco punched in the conversion the score was 8-0. Sandwich was forced to punt on the next possession and Oswego struck quickly on a 60 yard Hampton TD run to go up 16-0.
The first half was all Panthers as Joey DeMarco’s 4th interception of the year setup Isaiah Emanuel for a 17 yard TD run. The Panthers added 2 more 1st half TD's by Kyle Morrissey and Antonio Hughes to take a halftime lead of 38-0. The Panthers took the opening drive of the second half and scored again on a Tyler Curtin TD.
Late in the 4th quarter Sandwich was able to get a TD. However, the Panthers answered on a 65 yard TD kick return by Hampton. The Panthers ended up winning 50-8. Great defensive performances by Ben Cornelius, Tyler Curtin, Aidan Bradshaw, Jacob Garlick, Jake Polubinski & Dominic Drago.
The whole offensive line dominated this game. The Panthers will take on the undefeated Wolves this Sunday at Commissioners Park in Naperville.