2015-09-17 / Sports

PSAL Football Week Two Area Teams Round-Up

By Jerry Del Priore

It was another action-packed week of PSAL football, as area teams went 2-1, with two blowouts to help the undefeated squads stay that way in its respective conferences.

South Shore – 34, Flushing – 15

(City Conference)

Vikings junior quarterback Jason Martin posted another fine performance, completing six of nine passes for 145 yards and two touchdowns, along with 41 yards on the ground to help demolish the Red Devils (0-2) Saturday at Flushing Memorial Field in Queens.

Senior Omar Jarrett added 105 rushing yards and a score while junior Willerm Greffin chipped in with two TD receptions, including a 55-yarder. On the defensive side, junior Armand Robinson led South Shore (2-0) with six tackles and an interception, and Giovanni Denard, another junior, made five stops and had a pickoff. Senior Rahyeem Gardine added four tackles and an interception.

Tilden – 40, Automotive – 0

(Bowl Conference)

The Blue Devils ran roughshod over Automotive (0-2), scoring five touchdowns on the ground in their lopsided victory Saturday at Grand Street Campus field.

Senior Kyle Sutton paced Tilden (2-0) with fifty yards and two touchdown runs, while juniors Avery McAlpin-Wilson, Wisley Jean and Guerino Charles all scored a TD apiece. Junior signal caller Jordan Woodard tossed an 18-yard touchdown pass to senior Fred David.

Jean and junior Nair Gilchrist had seven tackles and a sack each, while junior Eddon Gordon had six stops and a fumble recovery.

Brooklyn Tech – 22, Jefferson – 16

(City Conference)

Although the Orange Wave defense surrendered 324 yards of offensive to Brooklyn Tech, it managed to lose by a mere six points. Junior quarterback Olatundo J. Bruin threw for 58 yards and a score, along with two interceptions. Senior Donte Davis corralled a 40-yard touchdown catch from Bruin.

Senior Lamont Bullock and sophomore Ralik Mc- Pherson made eight and six tackles, respectively. McPherson pounced on a fumble as well. Special teams compensated for Thomas Jefferson’s lack of offense (118 yards), as junior Shameek Coleman ran back an 80-yard kickoff and senior Kelrone Taylor booted a 25-yard field goal and an extra point.

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