Hellcats spin Maples inside out

Spin 94.9 FM West Bay Hellcats got
back on track with a 27-18 win over Maples Packers in the  Caybrew Men’s Division of the Cayman Islands
Flag Football Association last Saturday in West Bay. Spin kept their hold on first
place but just as their defence conceded more points Saturday than they had in
their first six games.

Clay Coleman had two touchdown
receptions to lead the way for Spin. Frecko Ebanks was only 6 of 10 passing
with three touchdown passes but it was enough to secure the win. Phil Brown was
the defensive star for Spin 94.9 with two tackles and an interception that he
ran back for a score.

Richard Campbell started the game
at QB for Maples and did fairly well completing 5 of 8 passes with a touchdown
and an interception. He injured himself late in the first half and was relieved
by Kevin Solomon who finished up 8 of 18 passing with two touchdown passes and
two interceptions. Andrew Frederick caught two touchdown passes and Kevin
Maxwell had the other as Maples dropped to 2 and 5 on the year. Maples take on
burger King Saturday while Spin 94.9 go up against Dog House in the game of the

Calabash Soldiers kept pace with
Spin 94.9 FM with a relatively easy 21-6 win over Burger King Panthers. Glenn
‘Duran’ Duran had another sharp outing for Calabash as he tossed two touchdown
passes and rushed for another touchdown in leading his squad. Leslie Harvey and
Nigel Solomon each caught touchdown passes and helped out on the defensive side
of the ball as well. Harvey had three tackles while Solomon had two tackles and
an interception. Will Peguero had a great day as well with five tackles and two

Burger King struggled to put the
ball in the end zone. They had some promising drives but ill-timed interceptions
squashed those attempts. Neil Clements was 14 of 26 passing with three interceptions.
Ryan Smith rushed for the lone Burger King score and also had nine receptions
on the day. Jon Carter returned to the Burger King lineup and contributed three
receptions. Brandon Malice led the defence with two tackles and an interception
as Burger King dropped to 3 and 4 on the year. The Panthers take on Maples next
while the 6 and 1 Calabash squad hook up with winless PWC.

Dog House made it two in a row with
a 43-0 rout of PWC. It was as easy for Dog House as the score indicates. Johnny
Mack had an easy day going 10 of 17 passing with four touchdown passes. Mack
spread the touchdown tosses around to four different receivers. Jon Pump, Jason
Moir, Joe Ferruzzi and Scott Gossen all had touchdown receptions for Dog House.
Phil O’Connor rushed for a touchdown and Chris Smith intercepted a pass and ran
it back for the final Dog House touchdown. Justin Bodden was the defensive star
with three interceptions.

For PWC it was another tough
outing. Jeff Stower had a particularly rough day at the helm as he was 8 of 18
passing with seven interceptions. He did however throw a touchdown pass to
Kaseen Penn to get his squad on the scoring sheet. Tareek Henry had four
tackles for the PWC defence. PWC are 0 and 7 on the year and the road does not
get any easier as they take on Calabash next. Dog House at 4 and 3 take on Spin
94.9 FM Hellcats in their next encounter.

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