Pee Wee Eagles end season with victory

Published 3:59 pm Monday, November 5, 2007

By Staff
from staff reports
In their strongest showing of the season, the East Brewton Pee Wee Eagles dominated the Opp Bobcats with a 38-6 win to finish out the season for the Eagles.
The Opp offense was overpowered by the Eagle defense, being held to only 44 positive yards for the game.
A fumble recovery by Kardarius Jones and a safety forced by Brandon Carmichael during the first quarter and a fumble recovery by Cameron Easterling in the second quarter were key in holding the Bobcats scoreless in the first half.
An interception late in the fourth quarter by Cam Blackman set up the final score of the game by the Eagles, sealing the victory.
Kardarius Jones led the Eagles defense in tackles and assists with nine, with seven more defensive players adding six or more tackles and assists, including Jared Salter, Kenton Browder, Antwan Godbolt, Cameron Easterling, Tyler Joyner, Trevor Burns, and Brandon Carmichael.
Offensively, the Eagles offense pounded out four of the touchdowns and two of the PAT's rushing with 305 yards on the ground, while rounding out the score in the air with an additional touchdown and PAT and 112 yards.
Brandon Carmichael led the rushing assault with 125 yards, with a 60 yard rush for a TD in the third quarter and also a rush for PAT in the first quarter.
Adding an additional 23 yards receiving, he was also able to tack on another PAT from the air.
Adding to the rushing touchdown count was Travon Reed with 53 yards rushing and a touchdown, SaCore McCants with 13 yards rushing and a touchdown, Josiah Nettles with 9 yards rushing and a touchdown, and Tyler Joyner with 18 yards rushing and a PAT.
Trevor Burns, Cam Blackman, Antwan Godbolt, and Kenton Browder broke through the Opp defense, gaining the remaining 60 rushing yards.
In the air, quarterbacks Cam Blackman and Tyler Joyner launched the air attack, finding their targets in a variety of receivers, including Trevor Burns, Josiah Nettles, Brandon Carmichael, and Tyler himself, working as a receiver also.
Nearing the end of the game, Tyler Joyner hooked up with Gary Likely for a 35-yard touchdown, scoring the final touchdown, finishing up the Eagles' season for 2007.

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