Andro can’t hold rampant Sharks

Hammerheads Lady Sharks continued to show why they have to be taken seriously as contenders for the women’s crown as they cruised by Andro Killa-Watts 20-8 in their first round playoff matchup last Saturday.

Hammerheads were again led by Bobeth O’Garro who did just about everything for Hammerheads. She threw two touchdown passes, caught three passes and recorded a couple of sacks for the defensive unit. Quite an afternoon.

O’Garro got a lot of support from her teammates. Ellen Downey chipped in with a touchdown pass while going 7 of 11. Scimone Campbell had two touchdown catches while Kathy Miller had one.

The defense was tough as well with Campbell picking off an errant pass for an interception in helping out.

Andro, who looked like they were just happy to be in the playoffs, were led by Christina McTaggart who was 10 of 16 in the passing department with a touchdown pass and an interception.

Heather Roffey had the lone score for Andro late in the game. Hammerheads takes on Zulu’s in one semi-final tomorrow.

In the second women’s game Ace Paint and D├ęcor put on quite a display in shellacking DMS 35-6. Ace who have the most innovative offense in the league had DMS running in circles as they passed and ran their way to the victory.

Lisa Malice led the way again with four touchdown passes while rushing for another score. Betsy Smith caught three of the scoring tosses while Alicia Dixon had the other.

Jen Salls also had a great game with several key catches. Ace will have to continue the roll if they are to get by Walkers in next week’s semi-final.

For DMS, Jessica Cribb by far the strongest arm in the league, led the way. She was 7 of 15 passing with a lone scoring toss and an interception.

Keisha Terry caught the lone scoring throw and also had four solo tackles for the defense. DMS improved greatly over the year and are just a couple of players short of competing for league honours.