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Sixth Grade Razorbacks Going to Semifinals


submitted by Head Coach Kevin Jean The Pelham Windham Razorbacks sixth-grade squad defeated


the West Warwick Steelers 20-6 in the New England regional quarterfinal game. The West Warwick team was the Rhode Island State Champs. The offensive linemen dominated the line of scrimmage with a great push throughout the contest by Jake Brown, Camden Santos, Conor Halloran, Mike Tanguay, and Matthew Bedient. Matthew Burke had some outstanding blocks. Leading the team at quarterback were Thomas Hanifan and Santos. Running the ball extremely hard were Victor Pizzotti, Parker Belsky, Jake Brown, and Timothy Anderson. The Razorbacks shared the wealth on touchdown runs. Scoring the razorbacks were Santos, Pizzotti, Kyle Champagne, Brown, and Anderson, and Pizzotti converted a couple two-point conversions. Playing


Victor Pizzotti with a bone-crushing tackle against the West Warwick Steelers


great defense were Burke, Shawn Sweeney, Kyle Frank, Devon Russell, Champagne,


Timothy (T-Dog) Anderson scampers in for a Razorback touchdown against the West Warwick Steelers


Nick Russo, Pizzotti, Brown, Patrick Collins, Alex Rivera, and Santos. Other key contributors to the victory were Zach Koch, Alex Noel,


Narrick Orciuch, Matthew Lowman, Rory Walsh, Cole Burton, and Nick Hamel. The Razorbacks will face off against the Massachusetts State


champs represented by Tyngsborough on Sunday, November 14, in the semifinals in Worcester.


Razorbacks Varsity Team Moves On to Regional Semi-Finals


submitted by Head Coach Brian Mclarney The Pelham-Windham Razorbacks eighth-grade team won the quarterfinal game in the AYF New England Regional Tournament by a score of 13-6 against the Rhode Island champions. It was a tough-fought game against a significantly larger opponent. Our


Kurtis Mclarney (#70) played amazing defense all game long


boys played great on defense all day, being led by outstanding line play from Nick Decarolis, Kurtis McLarney and Davis Potter, each recording sacks and forced fumbles. Meanwhile, Ryan Rondeau and Gavin “Revis” Anderson made interceptions. Scoring for the Razorbacks on offense were Kelin Bail, Brendan Smith, and Joe “Cheese” Frake on an extra point. Zach Masiello continued his great snapping from center, keeping our offense in rhythm all game. Finally, on Special Teams, Nolan “Barry Sanders” Duffy called his own number on a fake punt, picking up a critical first down and giving his coach a heart attack all at the same time! The boys will be facing the Leominster Blue Devils (Central MA champs) this Sunday under the lights again at Foley Stadium in Worcester, MA. Let’s show this team and the other two Razorbacks teams (fifth grade at 10 a.m., and sixth grade at noon) participating in the Regional semifinals our support.


Razorbacks Fifth Grade Squad Advance in New England Regional Playoffs


Pelham - Windham News November 12, 2010 - 9


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Razorbacks ball handler Brandon O’Grady in a foot race for the end zone during Sunday’s first half. Quarterback


Ty Longo, #12, provides support. With their 24-6 victory over New Bedford, the Fifth Grade squad advances to play the Nashoba Chiefs in Worcester, MA, on November 14.


Jake Kirane waits for the snap as teammates


from left to right, Connor Haverty, Ben Whitehead, Graham Diack, and Anthony Suppa hold back an incoming Whaler defense.


Running back Royce Belsky, #28, outruns a Whaler defender for a Razorback touchdown.


submitted by Bob Diack Pelham/Windham 24, New Bedford Whalers 6: Coming off of an impressive state championship victory, the Razorbacks traveled to Pawtucket, RI, last Sunday to face the New Bedford, (MA) Whalers for the right to advance in the playoffs. Despite an apparent size disadvantage, the undefeated and relentless Fifth Grade Razorbacks squad overpowered their opponent, resulting in


a decisive 24-6 victory. On a cold and windy fall day, before a loud and pumped-up crowd of parents, grandparents, siblings and others from both teams, the Whaler scored first with a 40-yard interception return for 6 points. The Razorbacks immediately dug- in and denied the extra point. As usual, the chatter on the Razorbacks sideline was positive and the boys were all eager to get back on the field and contribute. Razorbacks’ running back Brandon O’Grady scored soon after on a long run from scrimmage, while weaving and cutting surgically through the Whaler defense. The team never looked back from that point. The Razorbacks’ unwavering defense stood out big time and caused a number of Whaler turnovers resulting in two additional first half scores by Tyler Folsom and Royce Belsky. The team’s offensive lines provided solid blocking throughout the game as well. Diggy Lawson scored another Razorback TD mid-way through the fourth quarter solidifying an impressive victory. The team moves on and travels to Foley Stadium in Worcester on November 14th to face the Nashoba Chiefs. The winner advances to the New England Region Championship game.


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