Clemson Wins Elementary Touch Football Playoffs
Overtime was needed to decide who the Championship team would be for the 2019 OBGC Elementary Touch Football League at the Ogdensburg Boys Girls Club. Clemson was able to score two touchdowns in overtime and hold Miami scoreless yo gain a 119-105 victory. Amya LaFlair led the offense and was able to get free for six touchdowns and Blake Woods followed right behind with five.
Tommy Sias scored twice and Kamden Bresett, Will LaFlair, Dustin Bennett and Cormac Rider all found the end zone. Travus Howe, Liam Coen and Kaden Pray all scored three touchdowns for Miami. JP Decker and Brody Barrett added two scores each on some long passing routes. Lucca LaBella and Jack Morley also added touchdowns for Miami.
Virginia 84 – Syracuse 84
Virginia saw eight different players find the end zone in the last game of the OBGC Elementary Football League. Gavin Moran led his team with four touchdowns followed by Adam Rose with two. Caelum Rider, Harmony Pray, Owen Rose, Kayle St. Germain, Ian Rose and Noah White scored for the Cavaliers.
Cam Javier exploded for seven touchdowns for Syracuse who played good defense all game against Virginia. Cruz O’Brien added two scores and Jackson Thornhill, Colt O’Brien and Frank Barr all added one touchdown each.
Game 1: Clemson 84 – Syracuse 77
A balanced scoring effort and timely defensive stops helped solidify #1 seed Clemson’s spot in Thursday’s championship game. Blake Woods led Clemson with three touchdowns followed by Isiah Warner, Callan Ashley, Amya LaFlair and William LaFlair all with two. Blake Ashley added a score as well. Syracuse was led by Julia Ives’s offensive spark with five touchdowns. Cam Javier added three touchdowns of his own with one very impressive one handed grab in the corner of the end zone late in the game. Frank Barr and Colt O’Brien added scores for Syracuse.
Game 2: Miami 70 – Virginia 56
The scoring was pretty balanced for Miami in this game where Lucca LaBella, Liam Coen and JP Decker all scored two touchdowns. Lance LaRose, Jacob Howe, Jack Morley and Kaden Pray also found the end zone one time each.
Adam Rose had an explosive second half for the Virginia Cavaliers and provided three touchdowns. Chase Rider added two and Gavin Moran, Ian Rose and Noah White all added one score.