NSSAFFL RECAP (7): Bennett powers Flames past Cheetahs, CFC#24 Phoenix still perfect

Under Friday Night Lights at Bedford Hammonds Plains Turf, Adam Bennett sprinted downfield for a 55 yard touchdown score and rushed for 130 yards as Sir John A MacDonald Flames evened up their regular season series with Charles P Allen Cheetahs 20-10 in Nova Scotia Student Athletic Federation Football League (NSSAFFL) Division 1 action.

Josh Finfold tallied a 60 yard major and rushed for 75 yards rushing overall in the win.  He also caught an interception.

The Flames defence had three interceptions and a forced fumble in the game.

“The keys of the game were that the offensive line was physical and got a good push up front,” commented Flames Head Coach Paul Moore after the game.  “Our defence created four turnovers and Adam Bennett had another great rushing game.”

“Defensively, we had a good pass rush and the secondary played physical against their receivers and created turnovers. We also tackled very well.”

With this win, the Flames are now tied with the Cheetahs for second place with 3-3 records.

Photo credit: Mona Ghiz, Ghiz Photography)

Photo credit: Mona Ghiz, Ghiz Photography)

 

CFC#24 CITADEL PHOENIX 14, COBEQUID EDUCATIONAL COUGARS 0:

On Sunday afternoon at James MacPherson Stadium in Truro, Cameron Valardo connected with Greg McDonald for a 12 yard touchdown score as CFC#24 Citadel Phoenix earned a 14-0 shutout victory over the hosts Cobequid Educational Centre Cougars.

Tristan Reece led the Phoenix defence as he had two sacks.  Additionally, Keyshawn Upshaw Tynes, Max Jessome and Jacob Morgan each caught an interception for the Phoenix.

The Phoenix remain perfect with a 6-0 record while the Cougars slip to 2-2-1.

Michael Ogilvie

NORTHEAST KINGS TITANS 34, CENTRAL KINGS GATORS 0:

On Monday night at Acadia’s Raymond Field, Michael Ogilvie tallied three majors as Northeast Kings Titans crushed Central Kings Gators 34-0.

Gavin MacLeod and Jordan Simon each added a score in the victory.

“The defense for NKEC dominated the contest,” commented Titans Head Coach Reg Ogilvie after the game. “CK has a very talented offensive team; I suspect we caught them on a bad night.”

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