West Orange- and Southwest Orange-area teams had varying degrees of success Friday, Oct. 14. Here's what we learned from Week Seven of the 2022 season.
WARRIORS CRUISE TO ANOTHER WIN
Quarterback Trever Jackson went 12-of-18 for passing with 160 yards. Running back Jessie Shannon carried the ball nine times for 42 yards. In total, the Warriors offense carried the ball 17 times for a total of 105 yards.
ROYALS DOMINANT IN WIN
After a long trip to Tallahassee to play against Florida A&M, the Royals were able to pull a 44-6 victory to get to a 6-1 overall record this season. On the defense side, senior Elliot Jamison had a total of 16 tackles and one interception, while freshman Ryon Smith had eight tackles and one interception. Senior Trey Newsom also had six tackles and one interception. On the offensive side, quarterback James McGinn tossed two touchdowns. Running back Ryon Smith carried the ball 13 times for 83 yards and had one rushing touchdown. Wide receiver Grady Rewis had four catches for 76 yards and two touchdowns.
WOLVERINES D SHOWS PROMISE
Despite losing to the West Orange Warriors Friday, Oct. 14, the Windermere High School football team accumulated a good number of tackles during the game. Junior and linebacker Rowan Wassilyn had 11 tackles and a sack during his first game as part of the starting lineup. Defensive tackle Kyce Amer got 10 tackles and one sack, while defensive back Micah Winslow got the first interception of his career.
PANTHERS DEFENSE GETS TACKLES
Despite losing against the Olympia Titans Friday, Oct. 14, the Dr. Phillips High school football defensive team was able to get 64 total tackles during the game. Out of those 64, 44 were assisted tackles, 20 were solo tackles and seven were TFL.
CFCA STILL UNDEFEATED
The Eagles’ record remains perfect at 6-0 after a 66-0 beatdown of Santa Fe Catholic. Marcus McCrimmon led the offense with three rushing touchdowns with 120 yards.