CFCFPC Hamilton (MVPs): Minor Cleveland vs. Halton-Peel

The group from Cleveland wasn’t messing around on their trip to Tim Hortons Field, coming away with a pair of confident victories including a 51-0 blowout over Minor Halton-Peel. In the second game they took a clean sweep of the MVP podium with Hosea Steele taking home Overall Game MVP honours, Brian Sullivan earning Offensive MVP, and Braylon West getting the nod as the Defensive MVP.

Make sure you don’t blink or you might miss Hosea Steele darting down the field for another touchdown. He scored on a 51 yard run to finish off the first of Cleveland’s two games in style, but it was his two receptions for 82 yards and two touchdowns that earned him the Overall Game MVP on day two of the showcase.

Brian Sullivan also stepped up big in both games of the showcase for his team, and often lived up to his name given on the scoresheet, which somehow ended up equalling out to “Brain”. The young man showed a lot of poise versus Halton-Peel completing four of his five passes for 126 yards, and tossed two touchdowns to Steele along the way, more than enough to earn Offensive MVP.

Finally it was Braylon West who got the recognition for Defensive MVP, although it was hard to pick one individual out from a unit of talented players. Cleveland allowed Halton-Peel to gain just 25 yards on offence, and over the course of the entire event they forced six turnovers on downs including three fumble recoveries.

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