The playoff scenario in the Caybrew
Men’s Division is still murky after last week’s games. The only thing settled
is the first two spots. Calabash Soldiers took a firm grip on the regular
season championship with a hard fought 12-7 win over West Bay Spin FM 94.9
Hellcats. Calabash were pushed to the limit by the Hellcats and Nigel Solomon
intercepted a Frecko Ebanks pass deep in Calabash territory to seal the
victory. Glenn Duran threw for a touchdown and rushed for another in leading
the way for Calabash. Solomon caught the lone scoring toss for the Soldiers.
Will Peguero as he has all season, led his defence with four tackles and an
interception. Peter Whittaker and Edison Jackson both helped out with four
tackles as well.
For Spin Clay Coleman caught the
lone scoring toss while Frecko finished 12 of 15 passing with four interceptions
as well as the lone touchdown pass. Chester Hurlston and Nikolai Hill led the
Spin defence with an interception each and Hurlston also had a sack. Both Spin
and Calabash are 9 and 2 on the year and finish off their regular season
Saturday. Calabash take on Burger King needing a win to clinch top spot while
Spin play Maples needing a win to have a shot at the regular season crown.
Maples Packers continued their late
season roll with a 14-6 win over Dog House. Maples changed up their roster a
bit this game and inserted Richard Campbell at quarterback. Campbell responded
by throwing two touchdown passes one to Michael Wilson and the other to Andrew
Frederick. Campbell finished 6 of 10 passing with two interceptions. Kevin
Solomon led the defence with four tackles. Maples play West Spin in their last
regular season game and need a win to help their playoff chances.
Dog House who have struggled
offensively without QB Johnny Mack still have a good shot at the playoffs and
finish off against winless PWC. A victory will secure a playoff spot. Joe
Ferruzzi stepped in again at QB and did an admirable job going seven of 16
passing with one touchdown pass, but unfortunately threw three interceptions to
hurt his team’s chances. Jon Pump caught the lone touchdown pass. Dog House
were led on defence by Todd Hazlewood who had two interceptions and a tackle.
In the final game Burger King
stayed alive in the post season fight with a resounding 32-0 win over PWC. Neil
Clements picked apart the PWC secondary for five touchdowns finishing 14 of 31.
Ryan Smith caught three touchdown passes while Neil Appleby and Ransford
Welcome each caught one. Paul Chin led the defence with five tackles and an
interception as Burger King improved to 5 and 6 on the year. They take on
Calabash in their final game of the year needing a win and some help from other
PWC, who will be looking to upset Dog House
in their final game, struggled again. Dan Hiryok was back at the helm for PWC
but only completed five of fifteen passes with three interceptions. Antonio
Hanna helped out completing four of seven passes while Barry Hunte helped out
on defence with four tackles while veteran Kyle Broadhurst chipped in with two.
PWC are winless in 11 tries so far this season but play with renewed hope ev