Maples roasted Burger King

The Butterfield Co-ed flag football
league continued with its fourth week with another action packed night: 

Maples bounced back from their
heartbreaking loss last week, beating Burger King 38-22 in the first game at
the T.E. McField Annex.

Richard Campbell had a spectacular
night throwing six touchdowns; two to Andrew Whittaker and Joni Wood each, one
to Rupert Whittaker and the other to David Taylor.

Missing some key players and having
to play iron man, Burger King still managed to hold their own and refused to
let the pressure from Maples keep them down.

Burger King’s quarterback Gary
Rutty threw three touchdowns, two to Dillon Claassens and the other to Ryan
Smith but the young Maples team scored at will making the deficit too much to
overcome. Burger King looks to take home a win Friday against Ogier while
Maples rest up on a bye.

In the second game, undefeated
H2Only came up short against the surprising upstart Samuel Young Titans.
Titans’ quarterback Leslie Harvey shone once again throwing three touchdown
passes, two to Peter Whittaker and the other to Baron Solomon. 

For H2Only, Kevin Solomon led the
charge but had a subpar game throwing two touchdown passes and two costly
interceptions on potential scoring drives which the Titans took full advantage

Will Peguero and the women’s summer
league QB of the year Jordana Clarke each caught one touchdown pass each but it
was not enough to secure a victory. 

H2Only looks to bounce back Friday
against rival Dog House whilst the Titans enjoy their win on a bye.

The Hurricanes seem to be
unstoppable as they continued their three game winning streak defeating
Butterfield 32-18 in the third game of the night.

Doss Solomon threw three touchdown
passes, one to Keisha Solomon and the other to Nikolai Hill who also was on
fire on defense with two interceptions that were returned for touchdowns.

Nathan Narcisse caught the other
touchdown for the Hurricanes. Butterfield showed flashes throughout the night
of being a playoff caliber team but turnovers resulting in points for the
Hurricanes showed their youth with decision making. They walk away with their
second loss of the season but hope to rebound tonight against NCB Homes.

In the feature match up of the
night, Hammerheads and Big Daddy’s went neck and neck putting on an
electrifying show leaving spectators on the edge of their seats.

Playmaking Glenn Duran Jr led the
Hammerheads charge with five touchdown passes; three to Ransford Welcome, one
to Andrew Wisdom and the other to Hong Nguyen.

Big Daddy’s quarterback Neil
Clements displayed a strong arm hitting receivers like Lisa Malice, Jonathan
Carter, Christina Hefner and Brendon Malice for touchdown passes. 

Malice also chipped in on defense
with two interceptions, one of which resulted in a touchdown. Both teams played
their hearts out but Hammerheads came out on top once again with a 37-33 win to
stay undefeated.

Other scores: McAlpine won against
Cayman Auto 16-14. Fidelity defeated Premier Valet 26-12. Congrats to the Pizza
Hut Players of the Week: Richard Campbell of Maples and Katheryn Scott of Fidelity

continues Friday at 6:30pm at the T.E. McField Field Annex.