Hurricanes roll over Braves

This past weekend, in a game that the Ontario Football Conference (OFC) had previously designated as their official “Game of the Week,” the Hamilton Hurricanes (2-0) defeated the visiting Burlington Braves (1-1) by a convincing score of 48-12.

With a combined total of 438 offensive yards, the Hurricanes demonstrated the true meaning of teamwork, as they defeated the Braves with a well-balanced attack that resulted in yet another dominating win, bringing the Hurricanes season record to an unbeaten 3-0.

Despite 14 penalties, which resulted in the loss of 155 yards, the Hurricanes managed to keep their composure when it mattered the most. On the ground, running backs #27 Triston Williams had 12 carries for 93 yards, and #30 Jake Reddick had 11 carries for 64 yards and one touchdown. Quarterback #17 Alex Hill also rushed for 31 yards off of three carries.

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Quarterback #6 Kyle Sewell went 11 for 19 and 187 total yards with three touchdowns – one to WR #84 Matt Coates who caught four passes for 53 yards, one to #80 Andrin Massotti who caught eight passes for 143 yards, and one to #82 Cory Raposo who caught three passes for 38 yards. The final two remaining touchdowns were scored by RB #35 Jake Testani off of a special teams fumble recovery, and by LB #52 Farouk Musa who rumbled in a fumble recovery from the defensive side of the ball.

Defensive backs #3 Jacob Barry led the entire defense with four tackles, and #4 Tyler Swick led his team with 12 points, which consisted of three tackles and three knocked-down passes.

On punt returns, #27 Triston Williams had one big play of 40 yards, and on kick-off return, WR #85 Trey Gervais had two carries for a total of 40 yards. Punter/kicker #10 Bobby Frame also had a spectacular day as he grossed 301 yards off of seven punts (long 50), 327 yards off of five kicks (long 70), and he went 6-for-6 on extra point conversions.

Next week, the Hurricanes travel to square-off against the only other undefeated team in the OFC – the Windsor AKO Fratmen. Action begins at 7 p.m. sharp on Saturday September 7th at Windsor Stadium. Check for details on the Hurricanes and follow them on Twitter @CanesFootball63

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