Frecko keeps Hellcats run going

The Goldfield Cayman Hellcats kept their unbeaten streak alive in the Cayman Islands Flag Football League over the weekend.

The Hellcats beat up on PWC 20-0 in one of six games played at the International School Field at Camana Bay.

Jacob ‘Frecko’ Ebanks led the Hellcats onslaught going 9 for 14 with three TD passes and no interceptions.

As always the veteran Ebanks kept his poise and did not let the offense relax against the underdog PWC Ironmen.

PWC’S defense is much improved this year but could do nothing to stop the Hellcat attack.

Perry ‘Boywonder’ Levy continued to wreak havoc against the opposition being the recipient of two TD passes.

Clay Coleman also scored the third TD to account for Goldfield’s scoring. Levy saw double duty and had three tackles for the Hellcat defense.

Nate Narcisse was the star recording five solo tackles in keeping PWC without a touchdown for the third consecutive week.

Kyle Broadhurst filling in for starting QB Justin Miller performed admirably but could not sustain a scoring drive against the much more athletic Hellcats.

Broadhurst finished 10 of 19 with one interception for PWC.

Peter Harris was the leader on the defensive side of the ball for the Ironmen with one sack and three tackles.

PWC will have to return to their aggressive style if they hope to keep competitive against the stronger squads. PWC is off next week while the Hellcats battle Hammerheads for what many considering the biggest game of the early season.

In other men’s action Doghouse led off the day with a 25-0 shut out of Maples.

The Doghouse’s defense’s five man rush kept QB Kevin Solomon on his toes all day and really did not let the Maple’s young offense get untracked.

John Mack was again a steady force at the helm of the Dog House attack. Mack finished the day 11 of 19 with three TD passes.

Jon Pump had two TD catches one for 44yards while Sean Moyle had the other TD pass.

Phil O’Connor started the scoring for Dog House with a four yard run early in the first half. Kevin Solomon was 6 for 18 for with two interceptions for Maples who looked completely overmatched.

Cayman Radio presenter Koro Vataura played well for Maples but couldn’t do much to turn their fortunes.

They will have to regroup quickly as they will come up against the young guns, Caybrew Farm Soldiers next.

Dog House takes on the Stingers Giants in their next outing.

The shutouts continued in the next game as well as Caybrew finally got untracked for a 12-0 win over Stingers.

Leslie Harvey had a 63 yard interception return for Caybrew to lead the Farm Soldiers to their first win of the year.

Andrew Graham started at QB in place of Luigi Moxam and looked quite comfortable at the helm of the offense.

Graham was 8 for 16 with a TD pass and an interception. Three of those receptions were to William Peguero, including the other Farm Soldier score.

Harvey also had two receptions as he saw double duty.

Brad Connolly and Chester Hurlstone led the way for Caybrew’s defense and kept a tight rein on the still struggling Stinger’s offense which as yet to score a TD this season.

For Stingers, Chris Leneau had a decent day at QB. He went 10 for 16 with an interception in his quarterbacking debut in the league.

Dan Allard had a good day for the Giants on both sides of the ball recording five solo tackles as well as pulling in three receptions.

Veteran Markus Cumber also had a strong game for the Giants again going both ways in a losing effort.

The ladies were also in action this weekend with their second week of play.

In the opening game the Digital Design Storm came out more focused than the Hammerheads Lady Pirates and as a consequence came out on the winning end of a 13-7 score.

Bobeth O’Garro was again a star on both sides of the ball for the Storm with three receptions including one for a touchdown as well as recording a couple of sacks for the defense.

Quarterback Drew Dhanrai was 8 of 17 passing with 2 touchdown passes and no interceptions.

Danielle Robinson caught the other two touchdown tosses. The Lady Pirates just couldn’t get it going this week, Ali Amos was kept in the backfield for most of the day and her receivers dropped some passes that interrupted what seemed like scoring drives.

The Lady Pirates were missing the ever reliable Christina Bisnauth this week. She played a big part in last week’s Hammerheads win. Amos finished the day 8 of 19 with one touchdown pass.

Lisa Malice caught the lone scoring toss. Hong Nguyen had a strong game on the defensive side of the ball for the Lady Pirates and the score would have been much higher if she hadn’t kept Dhanrai in check in the backfield.

Digital Design takes on Burger King tomorrow while The Lady Pirates take on the DMS Hell Kittens.

In the second game of the day for the ladies the battle for legal bragging rights saw the Walker Wonders put on the asbestos gloves to beat Maple’s Too Hot To Handle 19-13.

Walkers remain the only ladies team without a defeat in the ladies division.

Jordana Clarke only completed six passes for the Wonders but she made the most of them as she threw three touchdown passes.

She finished the day 6 of 12 and also had an interception. Dionne also had a strong outing for Walkers as well as she caught three passes one for a touchdown.

Isatou Sey and Keisha Anglin caught the other TD pass.

Loletta Hanna was the star for Maples on the offensive side of the ball.

Maples showed signs of potential competing with the Wonders to the very end.

Maples’ two quarterback attach was generally effective keeping the Wonders on their toes for the most part but in the end the Wonders simply had too much fire power to be denied

Maples tacle Jose’s tomorrow while the Wonders will get to rest on their 2 and 0 record.

In the ladies finale for the week Burger King worked hard in earning their first win of the year a 8-6 win over DMS Hell Kittens.

Syephanie Watler completed 7 of 13 passes with a TD pass to Tenecia Ebanks.

Burger King converted their touchdown with a two point convert for the winning Margin.

Joni Ebanks had three receptions for Burger King as well. The story however was the Burger King Defense.

Cassandra Bodden was all over the field for Burger King making key tackle after key tackle to keep the Hell Kittens off the score sheet.

The much vaunted two QB attack that was so successful the previous week for DMS was not as effective this time even though between them they completed 15 of 23 passes. This was largely due to the play of Bodden.

For DMS Stephanie Berthier completed 6 of 12 passing with a touchdown pass to her fellow QB Lisa Juaneza who finished 9 of 14 .

The Kittens receivers just couldn’t make the key receptions when needed and some dropped passes assisted the Burger King victory.

Berthier also caught six passes. Tereska Williams had four receptions as well for DMS.

DMS will look to get back on the winning track tomorrow while Burger King hope to continue their winning ways against Digital Design.