It was “Super Saturday” at the recreation department over the weekend meaning that all four of the recreation football teams were playing at home.
When the dust settled all four teams had not only just won their games but dominated their opponents by a combined score of 128-7. The recreation teams continue to shine now holding a combined season record of 11-1.
The 9-10 Braves are now 3-0 on the season. Pictured are all of the 9-10 Players, Coaches, and Cheerleaders.
The 7-8 Braves led by head coach Cain Dean tallied the biggest win of the day shutting out Ranburne, AL by a final of 45-0. Noah Cantrell intercepted a Bulldog pass and ran it in for an early touchdown to set the pace for the rest of the game. Cantrell also added a rushing touchdown.
Others who scored in the game included Eli Dean, Jameer Cook, and Katon Minix. Will Alford, Wesley Crabtree, and Zachary Hahn also played well. Hahn got some tough yards on the ground.
The defense of the Braves was stellar allowing only one first down the entire game. The 7-8 Braves will be back in action this week at the Sports Complex where they will host Villa Rica purple at 11:00 am.
Flag Braves roll to 3-0
The Flag Braves coached by Josh Parmer continued to dominate taking down the Ranburne Bulldogs 32-0 in the first game of the day Saturday.
Several tiny Braves got in on the scoring including Antwon Carter, Dakota Higgins, Slade Parmer, and Johnathon Lacey. This was the final regular season home game for Coach Josh Parmer and the 6-U Flag Braves. They will be on the road this Saturday to take On Bowdon #2 at Bowdon High School (10:00am).
9-10 Braves smash Villa Rica Black
Coach Sammy Marsh and the 9-10 Braves continued to be very impressive knocking off a quality Villa Rica Black team 20-7. After a Villa Rica fumble recovery for a touchdown early, the Braves responded with 20 unanswered points. A Bo Hazel strip/ fumble recovery late in the first quarter led to a Chase Powell 5-yard touchdown run to get the Braves on the board. Tae Gray added two more touchdown runs of 66 and 19 yards. Key Whitlow was a beast defensively for the Braves all afternoon making several big stops. The 9-10 Braves are back at home this week to take on the Carroll County Black Lions (12:30pm).
11-12 Braves drub Tigers
Coach Yates and the 11-12 Braves continued to roll soundly defeating the Temple Tigers 24-0. The defense was huge and David Urquilla and Gage Cannon scored touchdowns. Cofield recovered two fumbles for the 11-12 Braves. The 11-12 Braves will travel this Saturday to take on Bremen White at 3:00pm at Bremen High School.