East Brewton youth football teams back at home

Published 7:14 am Tuesday, October 20, 2009

By Staff
From staff reports
After three weeks on the road East Brewton’s Eagles returned to their home stadium last Saturday and hosted the Georgiana Panthers.
East Brewton’s Midgets started the day in hopes of continuing their winning streak, however Georgiana came with a different plan. 
At the end of the first half EB had the lead after a touchdown run by Christian Madden (#12), leaving the score EB 6 -0.
The second half proved to be all Georgiana they scored three touchdowns and one extra point conversion ending the game with a final score of Georgiana 19-6.
EB’s Caleb Sexton (#15) led the Midgets in rushing with four carries for 42 yards.
While on the defensive side of the ball a fumble recovery by Marcus Dillard (#13) and tackles by Langham Parr (#7), Conner Nelson (#9), Paxton Scurlock (#11), Christian Madden (#12), Caleb Sexton (#15) and Konner Wood (#20) were just not enough to hold the Panthers down.
EB Tiny Mites 7,
Georgiana 6
Coming off of the previous weekend’s loss, EB’s Tiny Mites were ready for a victory and that is just what they went away with.
Isaac Bonam (#28) came out the first quarter of the game and rushed for 54 yards setting the stage for Matthew Thomas (#40) to score the Tiny Mites only touchdown and extra point conversion of the day. 
Passes from Quarterback Thomas (#40) to Brendan Jenkins (#5) and Jennings Hobbs (#21) contributed to the win.
EB Termites 20,
Georgiana 0
East Brewton’s Termites finally broke their run of bad luck and stomped the Georgiana Panthers by a score of 20 to 0.
EB’s offense got busy with Keith Barksdale (#1) having the first carry of the day which yielded 23 yards.
That was only the beginning of the Termites 120 total rushing yardage and set the stage for Christian Taylor (#3) to run in the first touchdown; Joseph Booker (#11) followed up with the extra point conversion closing out the first quarter with a score of 7-0.
The second quarter of play began with a 62-yard interception by Tyshawn Davis (#22) that gave EB their second touchdown.  Still in the first half Quarterback Joseph Booker (#11) completed a 32-yard pass to Tyshawn Davis (#22), which yielded Davis’s second touchdown of the day.
Jacoby Hawthorne (#2) came through with the point after conversion leaving the score EB 20 and Georgiana 0.
Also contributing to offensive victory were Matt Hutchins (#5) with an 11-yard pass reception and Jacoby Hawthorne (#2) with a 14-yard reception.
Christian Taylor (#3) led the Termites in rushing yards with a total of 45; Jacoby Hawthorne (#2) had 32 yards; Joseph Booker (#11) rushed for 18 yards and threw five completed passes that yielded 86 total yards. EB’s defense showed out in a big way holding Georgiana to a scoreless game.
Leading the Termites in tackles were Omar Ellington (#10), J.T. Lane (#32), Tyrese Anderson (#12), Christian Taylor (#3), Joseph Booker (#11), Harley Fuqua (#9), Duane Hamby (#8), Tyshawn Davis (#22), Dshoz Lett (#33), Matt Hutchins (#5), Peyton Salter (#19), Rick Samuels (#35) and Dakota Riley (#84).
Georgiana 20, EB Pee Wees 6
The E. B. Pee Wee’s finally met their match with Georgiana; the Panthers’ intensity was hard to match. 
The Panthers started the scoring early in the game to make it a 6 – 0 ball game.
After punting a couple of times the Panthers was able to sustain another drive to make the score 14-0, but not to be out done the E. B. Pee Wee’s got on the board with a 6-yard touchdown run by (#2) Malcolm Hawthorne.
At halftime the score was 14-6. The third and fourth quarters was a hard fought half in which the Panthers would score one more time late in the fourth quarter to seal the deal with a final score of 20-6.
The E.B. offense was lead by (#2) Malcolm Hawthorne with 14 carries for 90 yards.
Other contributions for the offense was (#16) Miles Powell had 12 rushes for 49 yards and (#21) Mykail Johnson had two carries for two yards.
East Brewton’s Quarterback (#18) Lane Chavers threw the ball seven times for 81 yards. EB’s receivers were (#2)
Alex Hawthorne with three catches for 11 yards, (#21) Mykail Johnson had two catches for 36 yards and (#5) Trey Taylor had one catch for 34 yards. 
The E.B. defense was lead again by (#10) Zack Williams with eight tackles.
Other contributions for the defense was (#2) Malcolm Hawthorne and (#15) Malik Grace had six tackles apiece. (#16)
Miles Powell had five tackles, while (#21) Mykail Johnson had four.