Recent youth recreation football game capsules
Recent youth football games reported by the Bartow County Parks and Recreation Department and the Cartersville Parks and Recreation Department.
8U at Dellinger Park
CARTERSVILLE HURRICANES (Canty) 32, BARTOW TIGERS 0 Trevin Moore and Alex Higgins had first half touchdown runs of 26 and 12 yards, respectively for Hurricanes (Canty). Luke Gaines had touchdown runs of 38 and 16 yards in the second half. Xavier Ramsey, Jourdan Sims, and Gaines were noted as defensive standouts.
10U at Dellinger Park
CARTERSVILLE HURRICANES (Nunn) 27, CASS COLONELS SILVER 0
Tyon Coe ran for three touchdowns that included TD runs of 28 yards and 17 yards in the first half. He also added one PAT run. Jaylon Watkins scored a second half touchdown on a 22 yard run and converted a PAT run. Timothy Coe added a PAT run for Hurricanes (Nunn). Tyson Coe forced a fumble on a kickoff and Bo Burson was selected as a top defender.
10U at Woodland High School
WOODLAND WILDCATS 6, CASS COLONELS 0
Dylan Colley scored the game’s only touchdown on an 18 yard run in the second quarter. Ayden Welch and Jahkhome Ganion led the Wildcats’ defense with five tackles each. Thomas Duncan was the leading rusher for the Colonels. Nicholas Robinson finished with seven tackles for Cass.
12U at Woodland High School
CASS COLONELS 32, WOODLAND WILDCATS 0
Cayden Aleman had touchdown runs of 32 yards and one yard plus a 34 yard touchdown reception for the Colonels. Paul Lanier scored on a 63 yard touchdown run and was 3-for-3 passing for 74 yards and a touchdown. William Hayes had a fumble recovery for Cass. Cameron Johnson led Woodland in rushing. Malachi Harris had three tackles for the Wildcats.
Information for the youth football updates provided by the Cartersville Parks and Recreation Department, the Bartow County Parks and Recreation Department, and the Bartow County Panthers youth football program. The updates are sponsored on Bartow Sports Zone by Cici's - Beyond Pizza in the Cherokee Place Shopping Center in Cartersville.