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West Hartford Youth Football – Week Five Game Summaries

Scores and highlights of West Hartford Youth Football games played Oct. 1-2, 2016.

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Submitted by the West Hartford Youth Football League

The West Hartford Youth Football League (WHYFL) kicked off Week 5 of its 61st this weekend with games at Sterling Field in West Hartford, Farmington High School, and at Southington Recreation Park. The weekend included a full slate of games at the Flag (5, 6, and 7) Mighty Mite (7, 8 and 9 year olds), Pee Wee (10 and 11 year olds), and Pony (12, 13, and 14 year olds) divisions. In addition, the league welcomed the return of cheerleading and an integrated schedule with the Farmington Valley Mudhogs and Southington Valley Midget Football League at all tackle division levels.

For schedules, results, and more game information, log onto www.whyfl.com.

Pony/A Level

Northstar Wealth Partner Raiders 34, Park Tavern Chargers 33 – The Northstar Partner Raiders rallied for two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to pull out a 34-33 victory over the Park Tavern Chargers Sunday afternoon at Sterling Field.

Namar Gaynor, Johnny Calcaterra, Richie Aponte, and Emmett Coco each scored for the Raiders. The Northstar Wealth Partners also received a strong showing from Nathaniel Cavo, Izzy Henriquez, and Walker Beverly. Column Flaherty, Jack Kennedy and Josiah Rivers each found the end zone for the Chargers.

The Northstar Wealth Partner Raiders (2-3) will travel to Farmington High School next week to play Farmington Black (1-1), while the Park Tavern Chargers (2-2) will play the Southington Patriots (3-1).

Brewer Paving Eagles 69, Southington Chargers 0 – The Brewer Paving Eagles won their third straight with a 69-0 victory over the Southington Chargers Saturday afternoon at Southington Recreation Park. The Eagles (2-2) have a bye next weekend, while the Southington Chargers (0-4) will match up with Farmington Blue (3-1).

 

Pee Wee/B Level

West Hartford Health & Rehab Colts 26, Dick’s Sporting Goods Patriots 13 – The West Hartford Health & Rehab Colts returned to their winning ways, snapping a two game slide with a 26-13 victory over the Dick’s Sporting Goods Patriots Sunday afternoon at Sterling Field. The West Hartford Health & Rehab Colts (3-2) will move on to face Farmington Blue (2-1), while the Dick’s Sporting Goods Patriots (0-4) will match up with the Macca Plumbing Giants (3-2). 

Southington Panthers 42, Macca Plumbing Giants 18 – The Southington Panthers won their second straight contest with a hard fought 42-18 victory over the Macca Plumbing Giants Saturday afternoon at Southington Recreation Park. The Southington Panthers (3-1) will move on to face Farmington Maroon (0-4), while the Macca Plumbing Giants (3-2) will match up with the Dick’s Sporting Goods Patriots (0-4).

Southington Steelers 50, Farmington Blue 18 – The Southington Steelers won their fourth straight, defeating Farmington Blue 50-18 Saturday afternoon at Southington Recreation Park. The Southington Steelers (4-1) have a bye next week, while Farmington Blue (2-1) will move on to face the West Hartford Health & Rehab Colts (3-2).

 

MIGHTY MITE/C Level

Beachland Tavern Jets 32, Southington Dolphins 14 – The Beachland Tavern Jets continued their winning ways, defeating the Southington Dolphins 32-14 Saturday morning at Southington Recreation Park. Isaac Ramsey, Austin Bourgoin and Anthony McKeown each scored for the Jets behind strong offensive line play from Luke Boucher, Khalil Shazel, Troy Raviv, Aiden Bailey Aaron Zappone, and Mia Ficaro. The Jets also received strong defensive play from McKeown, Shazel, Ficaro, Bailey, Maurice King, and Ashton Garcia. The Jets (4-0) will return home to face the Bishop Photo Browns (2-3), while the Southington Dolphins (1-3) will play Farmington Black (1-3).

Watts Group Steelers 40, Farmington Black 18 – The Watts Group Steelers leveraged a strong ground game and stingy defense on their way to their first victory of the season – defeating Farmington Black 40-18 Sunday at Farmington High School. The Steelers (1-3) are off next week, while Farmington Black (1-3) will play the Southington Dolphins (1-3).

Southington Lions 19, Bishop Photo Browns 6 – The Southington Lions won their third straight game, defeating the Bishop Photo Browns 19-6 Saturday afternoon at Southington Recreation Park. The Southington Lions (3-1) will return home to play the Macca Plumbing Cowboys (3-1), while the Bishop Photo Browns (2-3) will play the Jets (4-0).

 

Pony/A Division Standings

TEAM GP W L T GB PF PA P1 P2 P3
1 Farm Blue – A 4 3 1 0 113 68 0.750 1 1.85
2 South Patriots – A 4 3 1 0 114 77 0.750 0 1.00
3 WH Eagles 5 3 2 0 0.5 208 80 0.600 0 0.40
4 Farm Black – A 2 1 1 0 1 48 58 0.500 1 0.50
5 WH Chargers 4 2 2 0 1 139 100 0.500 0 0.40
6 WH Raiders 5 2 3 0 1.5 132 157 0.400 0 1.25
7 South Chargers – A 4 0 4 0 3 12 226 0.000 0 0.00

 

Pee Wee/B Division Standings

TEAM GP W L T GB PF PA P1 P2 P3
1 South Steelers – B 5 4 1 0 137 77 0.800 0 1.87
2 South Panthers – B 4 3 1 0 0.5 125 44 0.750 0 1.40
3 Farm Blue – B 3 2 1 0 1 79 50 0.667 0 0.00
4 WH Giants 5 3 2 0 1 110 87 0.600 1 1.35
5 WH Colts 5 3 2 0 1 96 80 0.600 0 0.00
6 Farm Maroon – B 4 0 4 0 3.5 0 124 0.000 0 0.00
6 WH Patriots 4 0 4 0 3.5 31 116 0.000 0 0.00

 

Mighty Mite/C Division Standings

TEAM GP W L T GB PF PA P1 P2 P3
1 WH Jets 4 4 0 0 101 39 1.000 0 1.45
2 South Lions 4 3 1 0 1 58 38 0.750 0 0.85
2 WH Cowboys 4 3 1 0 1 102 74 0.750 0 0.85
3 WH Browns 5 2 3 0 2.5 90 91 0.400 0 0.45
4 South Dolphins 4 1 3 0 3 84 98 0.250 0 0.75
5 Farm Black – C 4 1 3 0 3 39 74 0.250 0 0.40
6 WH Steelers 5 1 4 0 3.5 65 125 0.200 0 0.25

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