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Queens PSAL high school football roundup – playoffs round 1


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CITY CONFERENCE- FIRST ROUND

RED DEVILS ON FIRE 

The fourth seeded Flushing Red Devils (7-2 regular season) routed the Curtis Warriors (4-5) by a score of 44-6. The Red Devils had a total of 352 offensive yards. Junior Terrence Chavis completed 12 of 20 passes for 159 yards, and three touchdowns. Senior Deandre Ross Lomax had a great game as well, rushing for 106 yards on 11 attempts and two touchdowns. Senior Kevaun Dunn added a field goal and five extra points.

Round 2: On Saturday, November 16, the Red Devils will face the New Dorp Cougars (7-2).

 

BOWL DIVISION- FIRST ROUND

CRUISING COMMODORES 

The fourth ranked Bayside Commodores (7-2 regular season) beat the Petrides Panthers (7-2) by a score of 52-20. Senior Trevon Moe had a monster day, leading the Commodores’ offense. He rushed for a whopping 251 yards on 14 attempts and four touchdowns. Junior Tyrell Plaza had a good game as well, rushing for 156 yards on 19 attempts, while scoring one touchdown. Senior Kevin Mombelly completed five of eight passes for 95 yards and a touchdown.

Round 2: Next up for the Commodores will be second ranked McKee/Staten Island Tech Seagulls (8-1).

EAGLES ELIMINATED 

The eight ranked Springfield Gardens Golden Eagles (5-4 regular season) were eliminated by the top seeded South Shore Vikings (9-0), losing by a score of 46-14. The Golden Eagles’ defense struggled allowing 501 offensive yards. Junior Timothy Bowers led the Vikings with 130 yards on the ground on ten attempts and two touchdowns. Senior Dupreme Robinson added 111 rushing yards on seven attempts and a touchdown. Senior Darrius Nichols completed seven of nine passes for 142 yards, two touchdowns and one interception.

 

CUP CONFERENCE- FIRST ROUND

BULLDOGS BUCKLED 

The sixth ranked Long Island City Bulldogs (5-4) were eliminated by the George Washington Trojans (6-3) in a score 26-6 loss. The Bulldogs had trouble stopping the running game of the Trojans, allowing 331 yards on the ground. Senior Khary Baker had 134 rushing yards on six attempts and two touchdowns and Sophomore Gino Mota and junior Ramon Reyes added one touchdown each for the Trojans.

 

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Roundup as of October 31, 2013

 

-CITY CONFERENCE-

 

BULL-DOGS BARKING 

The Campus Magnet Bull-dogs (4-5) dominated the Thomas Jefferson Orange Wave (0-8) to a tune of 33-0. The Bull-dogs had a total of 345 yards with 277 yards on the ground. The Orange Wave amassed just 127 offensive yards. Bull-dogs senior Blessuan Austin rushed for 141 yards on seven attempts and two touchdowns. Austin added two touchdowns through the air, completing four of 12 passes for 68 yards. Sophomore Antawan Lewis added a touchdown on the ground. Campus Magnet were to play the Beach Channel Dolphins (0-9) in the last game of the season, but the Bull-dogs have already the game via a forfeit.

SPARTANS CAN’T STREAK 

The John Adams Spartans (1-7) were unable to put a winning streak together, losing by a score of 34-6 at the hands of the Grand Street Campus Wolves (5-3), after winning their first game of the year last week. The Spartans, who had a total of 300 yards, could not hold the Wolves’ offense allowing 421 offensive yards. Spartans senior Danny Messina rushed for 70 yards on five attempts. Through the air Messina amassed 80 yards, completing five of 12 passing attempts and throwing an interception. Next up for the Spartans will be the Flushing Red Devils (6-2).

RED DEVILS BURNED FALCONS 

The Flushing Red Devils (6-2) destroyed the Susan Wagner Falcons’ defense for 478 offensive yards. Junior Terrence Chavis threw for 196 yards with two touchdowns completing nine of 13 passes. Senior Deandre Ross Lomax led the Red Devils on the ground with 103 yards on 12 attempts and two touchdowns.

 

-BOWL CONFERENCE-

 

BAYSIDE BLASTS EAGLES 

The Bayside Commodores (6-2) soundly defeated the Springfield Gardens Golden Eagles (5-3) by a score of 34-0. The Commodores compiled 415 total yards. Senior Kevin Mombelly threw for 225 yards with nine completions and two touchdowns. Mombelly added a rushing touchdown as well. Senior Jeremiah Harris rushed for 63 yards on two attempts and scored a touchdown. Junior Tyrell Plaza also had a touchdown on four attempts and rushed for 55 yards. Next up for the Commodores will be the August Martin Falcons (1-7).

 

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Roundup as of September 22, 2013

 

-CITY CONFERENCE-

FLUSHING RED DEVILS FLUSHED BY CANARSIE CHIEFS

After starting off the season 2-0 in the City Conference division, the Flushing Red Devils (2-1) lost to the Canarsie Chiefs (2-1) by a score of 12-6 on September 21. The Red Devils struggled to compile offensive yards with just 168 total yards on the day while the Chiefs compiled 236 yards on the offensive side. Flushing Junior Terrence Chavis completed six out of 15 passes for 116 yards, while throwing one touchdown and an interception. On the ground senior Deandre Ross Lomax led the team with 39 yards on nine attempts. The Red Devils will try to get back on the winning track when they face the John F. Kennedy Knights (2-1) on Friday, September 27.

JFK KNIGHTS TRUMP GRAND STREET CAMPUS WOLVES

The John F. Kennedy Knights (2-1) beat the Grand Street Campus Wolves (1-2) by a score of 27-20 on September 21. The Knights had a total of 352 offensive yards with all but 19 of those yards coming on the ground. Senior Demetrius Wade led the Knights with 158 yards on 16 attempts with two touchdowns. Senior Caine Caldwell had 101 rushing yards of his own on seven attempts with two touchdowns as well.

JOHN ADAMS SPARTANS STILL STRUGGLING

The John Adams Spartans (0-3) continue to struggle with a 38-8 loss against the Midwood Hornets (2-1) on September 21. The Spartans who only had a total 165 yards could not solve the offense of the Hornets, and allowed Midwood to amass 417 yards. Spartans junior Iyenoma Osagie had 103 yards on the ground on eight attempts and a touchdown. Next up for the Spartans will be the New Dorp Cougars (2-1) on Saturday, September 28.

 

-BOWL CONFERENCE-

BOOMING BAYSIDE

The Bayside Commodores (3-0) have started the season with a bang. The Commodores beat the William E. Grady Falcons (0-3) by a score of 28-8 on September 21. The Commodores had a dominating offense, while the defense only allowed one first half touchdown. The Commodores had a total of 320 yards with 81 yards through the air and 239 on the ground. Junior Henry Mccoy completed seven of 15 passes for 81 yards with two touchdown and two interceptions. Mccoy also rushed for 78 yards on 11 attempts with a touchdown. Senior Trevon Moe rushed for 110 yards on 9 attempts and scored a touchdown on a fumble recovery. Next up for the Commodores will be the Jamaica Beavers (0-3) on Saturday, September 28.

 

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The Bayside Commodores improved to 5-0 by beating the Forest Hills Rangers (0-4) by a score of 85-65. Senior Austin Williams led the way for the Commodores scoring 29 points. Senior Cantrell Barker scored 18 points. Senior Gagandeep had a double-double with 16 points and 13 rebounds. Junior Daqauise Andrews scored 14 points. Next up for the Commodores will be the Benjamin Cardozo Judges (3-0).

In their last game, the Thomas Edison Engineers (3-2) beat the Flushing High School Red Devils (1-2) 67-29. For the Engineers, senior Jaleel Charles had a double-double, scoring 19 points while pulling down 14 rebounds. Senior Nosike Obanya scored 19 points as well. Junior Jediah Greene scored 12 points while dishing out five assists. For the Red Devils, not one player reached double figures; sophomore Shahiem Greene led the team with eight points. Next up or the Engineers will be the Rangers.

The John Adams Spartans (3-1) lost their last game to the Pathways College Prep Trailblazers (3-1) by a score of 85-55. For the Trailblazers, senior Sam Annorh Jr. had a game-high 30 points. Junior Izaha Jackson added 18 points while pulling down seven rebounds. Senior Jamel Holmes scored 15 points to go along with nine boards. Senior Romario Fletcher had a double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds. For the Spartans, senior Markell French scored 17 points, pulled down nine rebounds and dished out six assists. Senior Ahmed Kone was the only other Spartan to score in double figures with 11 points. Next up for the Spartans will be the Grover Cleveland Beavers (0-3).

The Campus Magnet Bull-Dogs (2-2) beat the Martin Van Buren Vee Bees (0-4) by a score of 54-46. Junior Noah Vickers led the Bull-Dogs with 17 points. Senior Tyrell Fields was second on the team with 15 points. Senior Alton Bennett scored 11 points and had a team-high seven rebounds. For the Vee Bees senior Trevor Newman led the team with 15 points. Senior Brian Agard was second on the team with 14 points while senior Miles Banks had a game high 12 rebounds.