BCRD, CPRD youth football results for October 13: 10U Canes White, Silver battle to shootout draw
Youth football results for Thursday, October 13 from both the Cartersville Parks & Recreation Department and the Bartow County Parks & Recreation Department.
Bartow County Parks & Recreation Department
Thursday, October 13
8U BARTOW RAIDERS 28, BARTOW BEARS 19
Jamar Wilson of the Raiders had touchdown runs of 30, 10, and 60 yards in the victory. Wilson also added a 60 yard interception return for a touchdown. The Bears were led by Jakez Baldwin’s two touchdown runs of 25 and 20 yards. Julius Jones also had a 60 yard sprint for a touchdown.
BARTOW COLTS 26, BARTOW PACKERS 0
Three different Colts galloped for touchdowns runs and Christian Teasley scooped up a fumble recovery and returned it 30 yards for a score in the shutout victory. Landon Lamb scored on an eight yard run, Demarcus Ballenger scooted 20 yards for a score, and Jaiden Daise scored on a fifteen yard run.
Cartersville Parks & Recreation Department Youth Football
Thursday, October 13
10U CANES WHITE 42, CANES SILVER 42 (tie)
Cedric McClinic ran for six touchdowns, including a kickoff return of 50 yards, for Canes White. His scoring dashes came from 60, 42, 32, 41, and 41 yards. McClinic also added three two-point conversion runs. Meanwhile, Canes Silver matched the scoring barrage with four touchdown runs by Christian Wood and two by Jake Johnson. Wood scored on runs of 3, 20, 3, and 31 yards. Johnson’s touchdown runs were from 10 and 4 yards out. Canes Silver also converted on each touchdown with a one-point PAT.
CANES BLACK 20, CANES GOLD 13
Isaac Cunningham ran a kickoff back 53 yards for a touchdown and scored on a 40 yard run with an extra point to help lead Canes Black. Lee Camp also scored on a 14 yard reception and added an extra point. Canes Gold scored touchdowns on a 50 yard run by Trevor Harris and a 6 yard run by Kristian Lando.
Youth football reports are provided by CPRD and BCRD and are sponsored on Bartow Sports Zone by CiCi's Pizza of Cartersville at Cherokee Place.