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Cowboys saddle Broncos with loss in each division
By CHRIS WAGENHEIM, Times Correspondent
Published September 28, 2007
The Wesley Chapel Cowboys swept their opponents for the second time this season last weekend, this time against the Broncos.
In the Flyweight division the Cowboys won 7-6 after a scoreless first half. Isaiah Stinson started the scoring in the fourth quarter when he broke a 86-yard run for a touchdown.
The Supers division has won two in a row after last weekend's victory of 14-12. Qaseen Wadj put his team over the top near the end of the game after a 55-yard touchdown run.
The Midgets have won four in a row and are 4-1. The Junior Varsity made up for a tough loss two weeks ago with a 39-0 rout of the Broncos. Joshua Cobb tied a record for the JV over last weekend by running back his fifth kick-off for a touchdown. Cobb also rushed 47 yards for a score and caught a 30-yard pass for a score.
The Varsity moved on to 4-1 after a 39-12 victory. Alex Vonderheide threw three touchdowns, one to Jacob Ramos, Reginald Bowman and Rashad Moxey. Brandon Toombs had two rushing touchdowns in the first half.
More youth football: The Salvation Army Gators took on the Chiefs last weekend and claimed two out of the three match-ups.
The Mini Mites were the only Gators team to lose against the Chiefs; the score was 28-6, while the Mites and Midgets won their contests decisively. Bobby Brightfeller and Austin Green led their Mites to a 48-6 victory with six scores between them. Brightfeller had four rushing touchdowns, while Green threw two touchdowns and rushed for 38 yards.
In the Midgets game, the team's defense was just as good as its offense - they blanked the Chiefs 30-0. The Midgets' Trevor Camanse scored four times.
Middle school: The Paul Smith Eagles defeated the Gulf Middle School Bears in a defensive struggle. The score was 6-6 for most of the game on Sept. 18, but a safety caused by Tyler Pennington proved to be the deciding factor. Big Eagle contributors included Sean Riley who had 128 yards rushing, Jeff Kruse with four tackles for a loss and Anthony Wilson with 57 yards rushing.
Boys soccer: The U-16 Wesley Chapel Flames split a pair of games last week. Saturday's match against Dunedin Berwick was a 1-0 victory for the Flames, John O'Campo goal wound up being the deciding factor. Sunday's match wound up being a 2-1 loss against the Sarasota Storm. Logan Burstiner scored the lone goal.
Girls soccer: The West Pasco U-9 girls soccer team was crowned champions at the St. Pete Raiders Fall Challenge on Sept. 16. Winning all three games in group play, the girls moved on to the finals where it was knotted up 1-1 at the end of regulation. The girls took home the title after winning 3-0 on penalty kicks, which were netted by Adrienne Duke, Lauren Soash and Isabella Aviolla.