DMS in dynamite form again

DMS Dynamitez got back on the winning track after a terrible three week stretch and Ace Paints and Décor were the unfortunate victims.

The flag football games are all played at the Ed Bush Stadium in West Bay and the main sponsor is Zulu’s Red Bull.

DMS looked anything but a 2 and 3 squad as they controlled the ball and did not make the mistakes that had hurt them in their previous three games.

Jessica Cribb in her first full season at quarterback continued to impress. She completed 12 of 22 passes, two for touchdowns in leading the Dynamitez. Lisa Juenza and Keisha Terry each had TD receptions and both helped out on the defensive side of the ball as well.

For Ace Paints and Décor Lisa Malice was as close to perfect as you can get going 12 of 13 in the passing department with one touchdown toss.

Wendi Duhene had the lone scoring catch for the Panthers and Alicia Dixon had seven receptions as well. DMS improves to 3 and 3 on the year and have a bye tomorrow while Ace takes on undefeated Zulus.

Hammerheads edged pesky Maples 12-6 to create a three way tie for third. Ellen Downey led the Lady Sharks who were shorthanded for the game with several key players out of the line up.

Downey was 8 of 15 passing with two touchdowns. Dionne Anglin who had a strong two way game had one touchdown reception while Kathy Miller hauled in the other. Hammerheads are 3 and 3 on the year now tied for third with Ace Paints and Décor and DMS.

Maples who are improving each week got a solid game from Sue Nixon who had nine receptions. Lauri Webster completed 11 of 17 passes for Maples with a touchdown pass and one interception. Emily Vaka’uta had the lone TD reception for Maples who are still winless on the year.

In the final game of the day, Zulu’s sporting new uniforms did just enough to eke out a 7-0 victory over Andro Killa-Watts.

Zulu’s seemed to lack the killer instinct on Saturday and were lucky to escape with the win.

Ali Amos hooked up with Michelle McTaggart for the lone score of the game. Amos finished the game 11 of 22 in the passing department. McTaggart was her favourite target as well as Christina Bisnauth. They both finished with four receptions.

Hortencia Jackson had an interception for the defense. Zulu’s are undefeated at 6 and 0 at the halfway point and put their undefeated streak on the line tomorrow against Ace Paint and Décor.

For Andro the story of the game was a couple of dropped passes. The Killa-Watts had receivers behind the Zulu’s defense and the ball was on the money but the receivers could not come up with the catches. It could have been a different ending.

Christina McTaggart had eight completions on the day with one interception. She spread the ball around to four different receivers.

Annice Callaghan had a great game for Andro with six tackles and a couple of pass receptions. Andro fell to 1 and 5 on the year and the road does not get any easier with Walkers on the horizon.