Sports October 21, 2011 - 11 Pelham~Windham Sports Razorbacks Game Reports
for a 37-7 victory, moving their season record to 6-0. The Razorbacks came into Salem looking to mark their territory early in the contest. Jake Dunlap moved the ball into the Rams territory with a bashing outside run, followed by a strong 20 yard run between the tackles by Ben Plumley, weaving through traffic and a strong trap block set up by Keegan Garrett. Tommy “Bubbles” Ouellette capped off the drive, popping off a 15 yard touchdown run, leaving a Ram defender baffled by a nifty cutback move to get into the end zone. The Rams battered the conversion, keeping the score 6-0.
On the first defensive series, Coach Kenny let loose his “Green D”, looking to corral the Rams and unleash the Power of the Pig. The Razorbacks stopped the first drive in its tracks, with defensive dynamo Tommy Doe unleashing the first of his several ferocious tackles on the Rams’ ball carriers. After a stop by Ben Plumley and an incomplete pass under pressure from the Pigs, the Rams were forced to punt. Driving through the line, the relentless effort of ‘Sledge Hammer’ Steve Petrillo and Kyle Baker crumpled the punter’s protection, and they blocked the kick, setting up strong field position for the Razorbacks. On the next possession, the Rams, inspired
4th Grade Razorback #12 Stevie Bouchard tackling a Salem Ram
submitted by Andy Vanti Razorbacks 4th grade: Razorbacks 37, Salem Rams 7 The Pelham-Windham 4th grade Razorbacks brought their brand of hard snouted football into enemy territory last Saturday, galloping into the hostile turf defended by the Salem Rams. The Pelham-Windham boys made their mark early, scoring from the opening drive and continuing on
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by their home fans, held on despite strong running from Patrick Madden, Ed Shlimon, and Matthew Jozokos and regained the ball. Again, the Razorback defense stiffened up, with strong tackles by Steve Petrillo, Stevie Bouchard, and Tommy Doe denying yardage for the Rams. Forced to punt, the Rams kicked a deep punt that looked like it might pin the visitors deep in their own territory, if not for the Wes Welker like effort of Razorback DB Derek Crowley. Starting left, Derek hit the switch and darted to the right side, blasting through an opening to bring the kick all the way back to the Rams 2- yard line. Coach Mark called on Derek again for the goal line carry, and Derek rewarded the team with a touchdown, to make the score 12-0. The defense again delivered, this time getting big stops from Gaige Bassett and Jonathan Kamal to set up a third and long. Looking to open up the offense, the Rams tried to set up a play action pass. Ed Shlimon diagnosed the play from the outset and drove the QB from the pocket. Under pressure from Shlimon, the Ram QB launched a pass that was picked out of the air by Tommy “Prime-Time-Bubbles” Ouellette, who took the interception all the way back
Austin Chausse (#74) wrapping up the Rams ball carrier
for a ‘pick-6’ TD, lighting up the scoreboard to 18-0 for Pelham.
A gritty herd of Rams came out determined to keep it close, as their first line offense took the field under siege. Razorback defender Nick Branco played valiantly at linebacker, making several tackles and hurling himself at Rams. Tyler “The Famous Bubba” Champagne and Colby Travis knocked down Ram running backs with crunching hits, but the Rams were eventually able to break into the end zone, bringing the contest to 18-7 at halftime. Angered by the Rams’ score, and fired up by Coach Chris and Larry, a pack of angry pigs pounced on their first defensive opportunity of the second half, with Riley Bassett and Kyle Baker cracking Ram horns and denying inside runs, and Ed Shlimon destroying outside running lanes to force a four and out. The offense, sparked by the defensive fire, came out revved and ready.
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off a beautiful run, powered by blocks by Petrillo, Doe, and Jozokos. Tommy Doe drove home the score, breaking through Ram defenders and getting a punishing block from Dunlap on the touchdown run. Doe also ran in the conversion to make it 25-7. After another defensive shutdown, the Razorbacks got the ball back, and Patrick Madden broke through the defense with a superb stiff arm and some Heisman like form, turning on the jets for a 40-yard touchdown down the right side to barrel through defenders into the end zone making the score 31-7. Powering up the Pigs defense, big tackles by Madden, Jozokos, Charlie Katin, and Ian Hoey pushed back the Rams’ onslaught. Tremendous pressure exerted by defenders Matthew Muise and Eddie Shlimon forced a Ram fumble, recovered by the grappling effort of Patrick Madden who wrestled the ball away. The defense continued to dial up the destruction after a turnover, with QB sacks delivered by Matthew Frechette and Mason Belsky setting up the offense with solid position to close out the scoring. Not to be outdone by his twin brother Derek, Razorback RB Matthew Crowley broke off a long run, slipping through the strong blocks executed by left side offensive line bruisers, center Ryan Leuteritz and guard Evan Haskins, going 25 yards. Matt Crowley then slammed it home for a TD of his own to close out the scoring at 37-7. The Razorbacks sealed the game with strong defense from Collin Gosselin, Tyler Passamonte, and Gabe Hidalgo shutting the door and denying any Ram running, keeping the Razorbacks undefeated. The 6-0, 4th Grade Razorbacks invade Milford next week! Razorbacks 5th grade: Razorbacks 13, Salem Rams 6
On a windy Saturday night in Salem, the 5th
grade Pelham Razorbacks got all they can handle against a Salem Rams opponent they knew would be tough. The Rams came out firing on their opening drive and marched deep into Razorback territory only to be held back by a strong
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defensive stand lead by Brett Lindsay, Deven “LT” Debay, Cody Stevens and Devyn Tucci. The Razorbacks were then stopped at midfield and once again looked to their defense to come up big and did with a huge goal line stand by Charlie Beneze, Tommy Emrick, Garrett Hitchens, AJ Caggianelli, Ryan Marotta and Cam Homsey. Thanks to some hard running by Beneze following great blocking from Owen Haskins, Thalan Berger, Shawn McAdam, and Reagan Brunelle, it was AJ Caggianelli taking a sweep around the outside for a touchdown. Marotta then followed Emrick, Brandan Mercier, and Blake Woekel into the end zone for the conversion and a 7-0 Razorback lead. The Rams would not let up and continued to pressure the Razorbacks on both sides of the ball. The Razorbacks controlled the ball thanks to their Silver Unit lead by Riley Millette and tough blocking from Stevie Doe, Nicolas Torres and Noah Lynch and hard running by Jacoby Pratt. With both teams trading possessions, the razorbacks again set Cagg up for a long touchdown run sprung by a tremendous block from Emrick and great downfield blocking by Stevens and Homsey for a 13-0 lead. A late Rams touchdown spoiled the shutout and gave us the final of 13-6 and moved the Razorbacks to 6-0 on the season. Razorbacks 6th grade: Team Topples Rival Salem Rams 32-6 The Razorbacks undefeated 6th grade team met the Salem Rams under the lights at Salem High School this past Saturday night. It was evident from the very first play of the game that the Rams were ready to give the Razorbacks everything they had with their speedy and aggressive play. With a nice mix of power runs both inside and out, the Razorbacks offense moved the ball methodically up field. Brandon O’Grady, Tyler Longo, Royce Belsky, and Diggy Lawson were all aided by the strong run blocking of Jack “The Bear” Moro, Tyler Mercier, Robert “Too Tall” Ryan, and Casey Burton. Finally, it was Lawson who punched in the first touchdown of the day with a hard run through the middle of the Rams defense. The Salem offense would then immediately answer the Razorbacks with a touchdown of their own to put the score at 8-6. The Razorbacks, realizing the Rams would not go away easily, went back to its strong run game. Tyler Folsom, Austin Wentzel, and Zach DeBay all ran well helping move the ball deep into Rams territory. O’Grady then reeled off a spectacular run to give the Razorbacks their second touchdown of the day. The Razorbacks added another touchdown right before the half when Derek Cook and Case Foster opened a huge hole for Lawson to follow making the score 24-6. The second half featured both the Salem and Razorbacks defenses. Not until the fourth quarter would the Razorbacks finally start to break through the Rams defense once again. First it was Tyler Longo zigzagging his way to the outside for a long gainer. Austin Wentzel would then connect with Mercier for a huge pass over the top of the Salem defense. It was O’Grady who then reeled off a dynamite run for the final score of the night. The Razorbacks special teams had its best night of the season so far as Royce Belsky successfully kicked four straight 2-point conversions. Ryan and Mercier did an excellent job with the snap and holds. The defense was anchored all night long by the outstanding play of linemen Nick Psareas, Austin Chausse, Jake Kirane, and Michael Yeaton. The Razorbacks head to Milford this weekend to take on the Mustangs.
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