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Salvation Army Charger Midgets still undefeated
By CHRIS WAGENHEIM, Times Correspondent
Published October 19, 2007
The Salvation Army Charger Midgets remain undefeated, this time after a 40-7 win over the Lutz Chiefs.
Joe Ross scored on a run. Ron Blackwood scored on a kickoff return and a 25-yard run. Steven Leavitt scored on a 15-yard run, and Austin Hayes hooked up with Josiah Morris for a score. On the defensive side of the ball, Hayes and Camron Darby each had a pick while Aaron Agazarm recorded a safety.
The Charger Mites were not as fortunate, dropping a game to the Chiefs 20-6. Mike Freeman recorded the lone Charger score - a 55-yard TD run.
More football: The Salvation Army Lions went 2-1 against the Gators over the weekend. The Mini Mite Lions beat the Gators 21-7 before the Gator Mites blanked the Lions 34-0. The Mites' Austin Greene hooked up with Josh Sojka twice in the endzone while Mike Malacinski, Greg Hovsepian and Bobby Brightfeller each had a rushing touchdown.
The Midget division was the closest game of the day with the Lions edging out the Gators 15-13.
Powder puff: The New Port Richey Buccaneers' cheerleaders are gearing up for a Powder Puff football game.
The game will be held Oct. 27 at 10 a.m. behind Schwettman Education Center, and the girls will be split up into four teams.
The teams are:
Team 1: Kristal Chichester, Timary Nichols, Demi Hall, Mackenzie Semonovich, Taylor Trancucci, Brooke Beninger, Cierra Delorey, Bryahna McGrew and Katie Walsh.
Team 2: Taylor Clegg, Ashley Grant, Alexandra Marotto, Tyler Mercado, Sierra Teegarden, Catalina Pavone, Megan Mushimer, Ambrie Schumacker, Codie Depew.
Team 4: Brittany Beninger Jennifer Kerninghan, Siara Odell, Allie Valera, Bianca Delevecchia, Marcella Purdy, Amanda Stine, Amber Welch and Deanielle Wilson.
Soccer: The No. 2 U16 Wesley Chapel Flames suffered a losing weekend after playing the No. 1 and No. 3 teams in their division. Saturday's game against the No. 1 East Pasco wound up in a 5-0 rout. Sunday's game looked more promising for the Flames with an early second half that put them up 1-0. Two late goals by Hudson, however, put the game away bringing the Flames season record to 6-4.
The U18 Flames scorched their competition over the weekend Saturday's game was a 3-1 victory over the North Lakeland Rowdies - Chad VanBuskirk, Jose Ojeda and David Ochoa were the goal scorers. Sunday against the Hillsborough Celtics was scoreless until the second half thanks to two goals by Vince Lopez, the Flames went on to win 2-1. The record for the club is now 7-1-1.
Fundraiser: The Wesley Chapel Mighty Mite Vipers will be having a car wash fundraiser on Saturday at the Wesley Chapel Dairy Queen on State Road 54. The washing begins at 8 a.m. and will end at 1 p.m. Every $5 donation gets a car wash and an ice cream cone.
Hockey: The Sportszone 2 roller hockey players of the week are Derian Brown of the U8, Devin Langdon of the U10, Dino Loiacano of the U12, Roy Womac of the U14 and Scott Shepard of the U17.
In addition to player of the week honors Langdon, Loicano, Womac and Shepard were all recognized as star players for their performances in recreational play last weekend.