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Three Seven Sorrows teams to play for youth football titles

Posted 11/14/18

Three Seven Sorrows Eagles teams will play for their conference championship on Saturday in CFA Youth Football League action on Super Bowl weekend.

The three games are at the Lower Dauphin Middle …

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Three Seven Sorrows teams to play for youth football titles

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Three Seven Sorrows Eagles teams will play for their conference championship on Saturday in CFA Youth Football League action on Super Bowl weekend.

The three games are at the Lower Dauphin Middle School Sports Complex, 251 Quarry Road, Hummelstown.

At noon, the Peewee Eagles (8-2) will face the undefeated Northern Lebanon Vikings (9-0). The Pony kickoff is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. with the Eagles (9-0) battling the Gettysburg Warriors (9-1). The Eagle Midgets (9-0) play the Susquenita Blackhawks (7-2) at 3 p.m.  

Peewees

Seven Sorrows 7, Dover 0

In a scoreless defensive battle at Bishop McDevitt High School on Saturday, the No. 3 seed Eagles recovered a fumble at the Dover 20 late in the fourth quarter.

A few plays later, Adrian Serrano plunged into the end zone to score the winning touchdown. Donte Howard added the extra point.

Howard and Serrano also led an impressive defensive effort. 

Braydon Nye, Christian Ribic, Javon Mosley and James Buckner made big plays on defense. 

Ponies

Seven Sorrows 32, Dover 7

Caleb Einzig and Jamar McKinney each scored twice in the first half at Bishop McDevitt High School on Saturday as the No. 1 seed Eagles cruised to a 25-0 halftime lead.

Tillman Artell ran in a couple of extra points, and Maurice Mehalick added a second-half touchdown.

Gabrial Graham, Demaj Jalloh, Devon Reid and Mason Gratkowski were among the defensive leaders, yielding very few yards and only one second-half touchdown.

Midgets

Seven Sorrows 36, Greenwood 0

Quarterback Mikey Barilla led the Eagles to a 28-0 halftime lead Sunday at Susquehanna High School, and the defense did the rest.

Barilla scored on a 69-yard touchdown run in the first quarter, and threw a 43-yard touchdown pass to Amari Betha right before halftime.

Maurice Collins rushed for two first-half touchdowns, and Bland Grant broke several tackles on his way to a 53-yard scoring run in the second half.

Nolan Sessa kicked 3 PATs.

The Buffaloes were struggling to get anything going offensively against the No. 1 seed Eagles’ defensive line of Marquis Beasley, Chad Sipe, Shawn Eden and Collin Minto. Those four plus Michael Carr opened the holes for Barilla, Collins and Grant to each go over 75 yards rushing.