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Oct. 26
The Flea League (8-year-olds) Saints put their perfect record on the line against the Cowboys and came away with a 25-0 win. Jabarri Neal had another big game for the Saints, rushing for
193 yards and three touchdowns. Nicholas Kreighbaum added 90 yards rushing and one TD as the Saints improved their record to 5-
0. For the Cowboys, Kashawn Ferris rushed for 72 yards and Rashard Brown added
20 rushing yards as the Cowboys fell to 0-4-1.
In other Flea action, the Patriots and Vikings squared off. The game was scoreless for three quarters. Both teams scored in the fourth and the game ended in a 6-
6 tie. Jaden Hurd led the offensive for the Patriots with 128 yards rushing and scored on a 38 yard scamper. Keon West rushed for 98 yards and Tank Washington had a 12-yard TD run to lead the Vikings. The Vikings now stood in second place in the league with a 2-2-1 record. The Patriots are in third place at 1-1-2.

Oct. 27
In Mite League (10-year-olds) action, the Broncos remained undefeated and defeated the Colts, 31-
8. Jacoby Davis rushed for 121 yards and 2 TDs, and James Sommersett added two TDs and 78 yards rushing to lead the Broncos. The Colts were led by Paul Brown who rushed for 61 yards and one TD. The Broncos have a 5-0 record and the Colts are tied for second place at 2-2-1.
The Rams got a huge game from Markell Shelton who rushed for 144 yards and 2 TDs and hauled in a
67 yard TD pass from Darnell Frison to lead the Rams to a 20-8 victory over the Cardinals in other Mite League play. The Cardinals were led by Austin Klink, who rushed for 76 yards and a TD. The Rams improved to 2-2-1 and move into a tie for second place while the Cardinals fall to 0-5.

Oct. 28
The Redskins and Packers squared off in Midget League (11-12-year-olds) play. Three successful point-after kicks by Jack Christman proved to be the difference as the Redskins took a 24-20 victory. Nathan Dantzler rushed for 131 yards and two TDs, Elijah Leiataua added
107 yards and one TD, and Luciano Lawrence had an interception to lead the Redskins. The Packers used an aerial attack led by SirMon McLeod who had 181 yards passing and TD passes of
33, 29 and 45 yards. Kamarion Melvin hauled in two TD passes and Kaleb Bentley had one to help McLeod lead the Packers offensively. The win evened the Redskins record at 2-2 while the Packers fell to 1-4.
The late game featured the undefeated Falcons taking on undefeated Raiders. The fans were treated to an offensive show. The Falcons scored 22 points in the first half and 16 in the second to take a hard fought 38-26 victory. Jovani Blas led the Falcons offense with 108 yards rushing and three TDs, one from 46 yards and another from 53. Blas also converted four of five PAT kicks. Dashawn Edwards-Ross chipped in with 72 yards rushing and one TD and L’Tavius Mitchell added a TD. The Raiders were led by the duo of Christopher Dennis and Jabari O’Neal. Dennis accounted for
164 yards, 125 rushing and 39 passing, and two TDs while O’Neal rushed for
138 yards and two TDs. The Falcons maintained a perfect record at 4-0 and the Raiders’ first loss put them at 3-1.

Oct. 31
The Jaguars jumped all over the Seahawks, winning 32-0 in Pee Wee League
(9-year-olds) action. Tah-shaun Frasier was unstoppable for the Jaguars, rushing for 203 yards and four TDs. Keldon Winn-Young had a 53-yard TD run and Corey Hamlin added two rushing PATs for the Jaguars who improved to 4-1. Jamal Leonard rushed for 33 yards to lead the Seahawks, who fall to 0-3-1.
In other Pee Wee League play, the 49ers came in with losses, but had to score in the fourth to salvage a 6-
6 tie with the Jets. Malik Love scored on a one-yard TD plunge to give the Jets a 6-0 halftime lead. The 49ers rallied in the fourth when Shamar Johnson connected with Kyie Walker on a seven-yard TD pass and the game ended 6-6. The 49ers record stood at 3-0-2 and the Jets at 1-3-1.
Shutouts were the order of the day in Midget League action as the Chargers defeated the Lions, 25-0 and the Falcons overwhelmed the Packers, 28-0. The Chargers got 154 yards rushing and three rushing TDs from Tre’Von Jackson, who also hauled in a 53-yard TD pass from Jaylin Frasier. Kendall Lilly rushed for 47 yards to lead the Lions. With the win, the Chargers even their record at 2-2 while the Lions fall to 0-5. Jovani Blas once again led the Falcons offensively with a 70-yard TD run and a 53-yard TD pass to Linsey Gibbs. Dashawn Edwards-Ross added a
47-yard TD run and Blas kicked 2 PATs for the Falcons, who remain undefeated at 4-0. SirMon McLeod led the Packers with 54 yards rushing and 71 yards passing but the Packers record falls to 1-4.

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