Local recreation youth football capsules for October 15-16
Games reported for Monday, October 15 and Tuesday, October 16 by the Cartersville Parks and Recreation Department and the Bartow County Parks and Recreation Department.
Monday, October 15
8U at Hamilton Crossing Park
BARTOW COLTS 32, BARTOW STEELERS 0
COLTS: Karsin Darby had touchdown runs from 36- and 35-yards out. Brayden Ford scored on touchdown runs of 16- and 7-yards. Coltin Gibson scored on a four-yard run. Connor Hartsook added a two-point conversion run. Malachi Evans and Darby had three tackles. Hartsook had two tackles and a fumble recovery. STEELERS: Hunter Ingle-Adams had 10 yards rushing. Nathaniel Jones collected six tackles. Isaiah Pittman and Malachi Milligan had four tackles.
8U at Dellinger Park
CARTERSVILLE GOLD CANES 30, BARTOW FALCONS 6
GOLD: Kayden Blackwell scored five touchdowns, including a defensive fumble recovery returned for a touchdown. Drake Bailey and River Wade also had productive games on offense. Defensive standouts were Khamauri Glenn, Nartayvious Wilkey, Brant Rutledge, and Wade. FALCONS: Gary Douglas scored on a 40-yard touchdown run. Quarterback William Nachtsheim was recognized for his field leadership on offense. Douglas and Brenlee Smith were noted as defensive standouts.
10U at Hamilton Crossing Park
CARTERSVILLE SILVER CANES 32, BARTOW COWBOYS 8
SILVER: Jaylon Watkins scored on a 40-yard run. Bodie Brumlow had a 1-yard touchdown run, connected with Ryder Flemons for a 20-yard TD pass, and converted three, two-point kicks. Cooper Melvin added a four-yard touchdown run. Andrew Wilcox had five tackles. Wesley Watters had three tackles. Tyon Coe recovered a fumble and had one tackle.
COWBOYS: 54-yard touchdown run by James Lee. Kadyn Johnson recorded four tackles. Adam Rushing had three tackles. John Abernathy added two tackles.
10U at Cunningham Stadium, Old Cass HS
CARTERSVILLE PURPLE CANES 6, BARTOW FALCONS 0
PURPLE: Dixon Lindsey scored on a 5-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter. Pyerston Brigham, Zachary Stiles, and Giovanni Banks were recognized for their offensive contributions. Brigham was noted for his play on defense. FALCONS: Korbyn Jarrett had an interception.
10U at Hamilton Crossing Park
CARTERSVILLE WHITE CANES 36, BARTOW RAIDERS 14 WHITE: Reed Ezell had a 25-yard touchdown run and tossed a 55-yard touchdown pass to Asa Mitcham. Clayton McArdle scored on a 43-yard touchdown run. Trenton Harris had a 3-yard scoring run. Mitcham added a score on a 5-yard run and was successful on three, two-point PATs. Harris had four tackles. Thomas Martin and Griffin McGill had two tackles each.
RAIDERS: Iziah Burgs had a 43-yard touchdown run and a 45-yard kick return for touchdown. Ayden Brumbelow converted a two-point kick. Joshua Love totaled five tackles. Burgs had four stops. Dalton Robertson made three tackles. BARTOW STEELERS 20, BARTOW BUCS 0
STEELERS: Kyron McClendon scored a pair of touchdown runs from 70- and 6-yards. Jayden Metcalf had a 29-yard touchdown run. Malachi Harris converted a two-point kick. McClendon had eight tackles. Harris had five tackles. Braxton Elrod had three tackles.
BUCS: Dawson Holbrook had 29 yards rushing. Hixson Hullander had 26 rushing yards. Ezekiel Helton had 24 yards rushing. Holbrook had four tackles, Luke Gibson three tackles, and Steve Harrelson two tackles.
12U at Cunningham Stadium, Old Cass HS
CARTERSVILLE GOLD CANES 38, BARTOW FALCONS 0
GOLD: Baylon Long had a 72-yard kickoff return for a touchdown and a 50-yard touchdown run. JaCaiden Leonard had a 50-yard touchdown run. Camron Scott had a 40-yard touchdown run. Maddox Frazier returned a punt 45-yards for a touchdown. Will Feuerbach was successful on four PAT kicks. Xavier Parker, Preston Sorrells, and Cooper Adams had five tackles each. Jor’el Hamilton, Brian Gomez, and Brandt Rodney were also defensive standouts.
12U at Sonoraville HS
GORDON WHITE 20, BARTOW TIGERS 0
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