Warriors finish strongly

Zulu’s Warrior’s bounced back after a couple of weak performances to trounce Andro Killa-Watts 39-12 in the last regular season game for both teams.

Ali Amos had a strong performance for Zulus as she tossed four touchdown passes while completing 11 of 15 passes. Amos has been strong all year and is definitely a candidate for Offensive Player of the Year.

Christine Bisnauth, Kate Marshal, Laurette McGregor and Michelle Whittaker all had touchdown catches while Eleanor Berry returned an interception for a touchdown as Zulu’s improved to 10 and 2 and have a first round bye in the playoffs.

Andro, who will be in the playoffs as the low seed, were led by Christina McTaggart who was 10 of 12 passing with two touchdowns and an interception. Kathryn Walsh and Sophie Dilbert each had a touchdown catch for Andro.

Dilbert chipped in on the defensive side with two tackles and a sack. Andro takes on third place Hammerheads in the first round of the playoffs and will have to come up with a great effort in order to extend their season.

Hammerheads Lady Sharks tuned up for their playoff run with an easy 27-13 win over Maples Lady Divas. Hammerheads used the game to work on some new offensive schemes and had three different players throw touchdown passes.

Ellen Downey took most of the snaps and threw 2 TD passes while BoBeth O’Garro and Hong Nguyen helped out as well with one each.

O’Garro caught two passes for scores and Dionne Anglin and Kathy Miller each had a touchdown catch for the lady Sharks who finished off the regular season 8 and 4 and play Andro tomorrow in the playoffs.

Maples who gave it their all during the whole season were led by Loletta Hanna as they have been all year. She was 8 of 11 passing with two touchdown passes and an interception.

Emily Vaka’uta caught both touchdown passes for Maples as they dropped to 0 and 12 on the year and will have to wait until next year to get back at it.

In the best game of the day Ace Paints and Décor doubled up on DMS 26-13. The game was a preview of the playoffs as the teams meet again tomorrow in the first round.

Lisa Malice, by far the most improved player in the ladies division, had a stellar performance going 15 of 26 passing with three touchdown passes and a rushing touchdown.

Alicia Dixon, fast emerging as a top offensive threat, caught two scoring tosses while Christina Smith had the other. Betsy Smith had a good game with seven receptions.

For DMS Lisa Juenza led the way going 11 of 15 passing with two touchdown passes both to Keisha Terry. Juenza had three tackles on the defensive side as well for DMS who finish the year 4 and 8, good enough for 5th place.

The playoffs kick off tomorrow at Ed Bush Stadium in West Bay. The men lead it off and are followed by the women.

1pm: Hammerheads vs. Burger King

2:15pm: Maples vs. Cay Brew

3:30pm: Hammerheads vs. Andro

4:30pm: Ace Paint and Décor vs. DMS