The Wranglers dropped a hard-fought decision to the Chargers. They were outmatched on the sweeps but the interior line of Haywood, Scaltreto, Wyld, Quilty, Eyles, Baldwin and Levassuer played tough all day.
North Middlesex played a great game in a losing effort to the Vikings. Outstanding efforts from linebackers Zach Wales, Taber Wilder and Hayden Vulcanas kept the Worcester offense on its toes while running backs Reed Callahan and Jacob Schofield ran hard all day for positive yardage.
The Outlaws look forward to its next meeting with Worcester.
The Jr. PeeWee Longhorns continued its strong defensive play by shutting out Oakmont. The Longhorns’ defensive effort was led by strong play from Eric Murphy, Aaron Berry, Ethan Faulkner, Zack Wheeler and Aaron Mcgee. The play of the game may have been a blocked punt by Kory Partridge and Connor Clermont which resulted in a safety for the Longhorns.
Offensively the Longhorns were powered by the outstanding running of Jacob Hachey and Zack Hamilton. The Longhorns got excellent offensive line play by center Dustin Morneault, tackle Tim Livingston and tight end Matt Koza.
The Longhorns were able to close out the game with a ball-control offense behind the game management of quarterback Jack Boudreau and the hard running of Wheeler and Partridge.
Both flag tiny mites (5-6 year olds) and tackle mitey mites (7-8 year olds) also had great times in their opening games.