Myers Riders Juniors
The Myers Riders Juniors thrashed the Metro Toronto Wildcats Juniors by a score of 51-14 as they entertained the home crowd at the Nepean Sportsplex. Playing in the game were a total of twelve Elite Performance Academy athletes and alumni.
- Jacob Spinella #1
- Brady Tabri #6
- AJ Oickle #20
- Brian Franklin #21
- Daniel Porter #40
- Alejandro Politis #48
- Ben Spencer #57
- Angelo Vushaj #59
- Josh Gilchrist #65
- Joey Cavanaugh #64
- Nick Beer #66
- Ian Macaulay #96
The defense played another strong game, as they kept the opposition to only 14 points. Daniel Porter led the way with 8 points and 6 assisted tackles. Ian Macaulay was right behind with 5 assisted tackles for a total of 7 points. Brain Franklin and Jacob Spinella chipped in with 1 solo tackle each.
Quarterback Jacon Spinella had his best game of the season so far after completing 7 of his 11 passes, 4 of which were touchdowns and throwing for a total of 158 yards.
Running backs Brian Franklin and AJ Oickle rushed for 65 and 55 yards each, respectively.
In the receiving department, Brian Franklin received 2 passes, 1 of which was a touchdown, and ran for a total of 38 yards.
Finally, in the punt return department, Brian Franklin returned 2 punts and ran for a total of 47 yards.
The Myers Riders Juniors play the Oshawa Hawkeyes Juniors next on June 21 away from home.
Cumberland Panthers Juniors
The Cumberland Panthers Juniors played another strong game as they defeated the Oshawa Hawkeyes Juniors by a score of 49-6. Elite Performance Academy athlete Quarterback Pascale Roy Lapensee had his best game of the season so far after completing 12 passes, 4 of which were touchdowns and throwing for a total of 270 yards.
The Cumberland Panthers Juniors play the Toronto Thunder Juniors next, at home, on June 21.
Photo by Rob Gilchrist.