Chiro Spa Jaguars and Hammerheads
Lady Sharks hooked up in the game of the week in the Domino’s Pizza Lady’s Division.
This game turned out exactly as anticipated, a high scoring affair with the
winner the team having the ball near or at the end of the game. The lead
changed hands no fewer than four times and Chiro Spa scored with less than an
minute left to seal the win 40-36. Jessica Pawlik threw five touchdown passes
in leading Chiro. Shamar Ennis caught three of those passes while throwing a
touchdown of her own on an option play. Pawlik was on the receiving end of the
pass. Lisa Juaneza and Maggie Ebanks caught the other two scoring passes. Emily
Vaka’uta had eight receptions all day many of them drive extending third down
catches. Virginia Barnes led the defence with six tackles and an interception.
Hammerheads did not look as sharp
as in past weeks and suffered as a result. Bobeth O’Garro threw four touchdown
passes for Hammerheads while going 19 of 32 passing with an interception.
Alexandra Terry had two touchdown catches while Kathy Miller and Sue Nixon each
had one. Nixon had an interception for her defence while Catherine Ebanks
helped out with three tackles and an interception. Chiro are 4 and 4 on the year
and play Appleby Saturday while 6 and 2 Hammerheads takes on Walkers.
Ace Paints and Décor pulled off the
upset of the season beating Walkers Wonders 30-12. This was the first loss for
Walkers in over two years. Ace were led by Lisa Malice who was 21 of 31 passing
with four touchdown passes. Camille Solomon had two touchdown receptions while
Betsy ‘Steady’ Smith and Alicia Dixon each had one. Smith also had two interceptions
on the defensive side of the ball. Delicia Ebanks and Janique Samson had great
days for their defence recording six tackles each. Jennifer Allen chipped in
with five. Ace Paints and Décor improve to 4 and 4 on the year and could be
trouble in the playoffs. They play Andro tomorrow.
Walkers who were missing the
dynamic duo of Jordana Clarke and Krishan Welcome, struggled for the second
week in a row and this time it cost them. Cassandra Bodden stepped in for the
second week in a row for Walkers at QB and was 13 of 20 passing with two
touchdown passes and two interceptions. Isatou Sey and Laura Watler each had
touchdown receptions while Sey had eight tackles for her defence. Bodden helped
out on the defence with four tackles. Walkers still retain first place as a
result of the Hammerheads loss with a 7 and 1 record. The two teams meet this
Saturday in the game of the week.
Zulu’s Warriors helped their
playoff chances with a 28-14 win over Andro. Zulus played their best game in
some time as they made good decisions on both sides of the ball. Dionne
Whittaker tossed four touchdown passes going 21 of 28 passing. Jahzenia Thomas
had two touchdown catches while Aqueda Broderick and Laurette McGregor each had
one. Lillia Connolly had four tackles for Zulu’s defence as the Warriors
improved to 3 and 5 on the year.
Andro fell to 3 and 5 on the year with
the loss. Christina McTaggart was 9 of 16 passing with two touchdown tosses
both to Jo Richards. Gillian Roffey had eight tackles for the Andro defence and
Syuen Coe chipped in with seven. Andro take on Ace Pants and Décor tomorrow
while Zulu’s play Lone Star Jager Monsters.
Appleby Avengerz bounced back from
a tough loss last week to hammer the Lone Star Jager Monsters 40-20. Antoinette
Thompson threw six touchdown passes in leading Appleby to the win. Thompson
finished 11 of 19 passing on the day. Zoenief Walker had three touchdown
catches while Carrie Bennett had two and Shinette Rhoden one. Rhoden was also
the star on defence as she picked off three Lone Star passes and had two
tackles. Shawanna Hera also had an interception and nine tackles for her
Lone Star Jager Monsters continue
to struggle as both their offense and defence sputters. Ali Amos threw four
touchdown passes but unfortunately she had the same amount of interceptions.
She finished the game 14 of 23 passing. Michelle McTaggart caught three of the
touchdown passes while Wanda Brenton had the other. Kayleigh Jennings led the
defence with six tackles on the day. Lone Star fall to 3 and 5 on the year and
play Zulu next while Appleby at 2 and 7 play Chiro Spa.