Middle School Football Finals from today 9/28/11:Our feature game was Kiser over Allen 36-6

Posted by Andy Durham on September 28, 2011 at 7:25 pm under Amateur | Read the First Comment

Southwest Guilford 18
Kernodle 14

Jamestown 20
Northern Guilford 14

Mendenhall 42
Jackson 20

At Jamieson Stadium:
Kiser Tigers 36
Allen Vikings 6

Halftime 28-0 with Kiser on top….Kiser now (3-0) for 2011…

Scoring:
1st Quarter
Kiser…Curtis Martin 55 yard run…Conversion failed…6-0 Kiser
Kiser…Josh Daniels 45 yard run…Conversion failed…12-0 Kiser

2nd Quarter
Kiser…Malik Herbin with a 40 yard interception return for a TD..Josh Daniels 2-point conversion run….20-0 Kiser
Kiser…Malik Herbin with a 35 yard pass to Scott Johnson for a TD…Josh Daniels 2-point conversion run…28-0 Kiser

4th Quarter
Kiser…Josh Daniels 27 yard run…Curtis Martin 2-point conversion run…36-0 Kiser
Allen…Charles Jackson 52 yard run for a touchdown….Two-point conversion failed…

36-6 Kiser Tigers over Allen Vikings

Kiser tackling and we only have Kiser stops, since this was a Kiser home game….
Jake Roberson-6
Malik Herbin-5
Jalen Summers-4
Downey Richmond-4
Hayden Stapleton-3
Curtis Martin-3
Nathan Nelson-3
Kevin Keaton-2
Javon Roberson-2
Brian Hill
Esai Morales

Fumble recovery
Hasan El Gholly

Lucky Ticket Winner/Number:384964


  • SW Middle Fan said,

    SW Middle over Kernodle Middle was an exciting match up tonight with a large crowd on hand to witness a well played and competitive middle school football game. There were several very good athletes on both teams!! This was a hard fought game with 3 lead changes in the second half. SW was led by one of the fastest middle school athletes in the area #8 Jeremiah Brown. This kid is a 6’2” speedster who possesses an extra gear that separates him from the pack at this level. Brown made several touchdown saving tackles and scored the winning touchdown on a 45 yard reverse to seal the win. You definitely need to see this kid play!!

    Big plays on both sides of the ball were provided by SW Middle playmakers #11 Tamarius Howez and #12 Orlando Smith. Howez returned an inception 70 yards for a score just before the half and Smith added a TD run of 35 yards in the 3rd quarter. SW QB #3 Brendan Austin stayed poised in the pocket and showed good leadership directing the offense. Defensive stalwarts #5 Myles Faison, #6 Braxton Price, #34 Dillon Sampson, #60 Colton Weeks and #70 Matthew Slomski all made several key tackles to stop an explosive Kernodle ground attack. Great atmosphere and a great ball game!