The Seabreeze Sandcrabs rolled on homecoming, and an 11-year-old hits a hole-in-one, plus youth football coverage.
Seabreeze Sandcrabs rout Titusville on homecoming
The Seabreeze Sandcrabs made quick work of the Titusville Terriers Sept. 28, for a 59-14 homecoming win.
The Seabreeze rout started, literally, with the opening kickoff, when Justin Sampson returned the ball for a touchdown and a 7-0 lead, after kicker Jordan Patsch added the extra point.
The team's defense also shut down Titusville's wing-t offense, and quarterback Connor Blair threw touchdown passes to Jalen Hinson, Anthony Campanella and Charles Nelson in the first half.
11-year old hits hole-in-one
On Sept. 29, Todd Roy, 11, hit a hole-in-one on the 5-hole at River Bend Golf Club. Roy hit a 6-iron and was 110 yards from the hole. Roy’s grandfather, Gege Roy, Jason Roy and Mike Byrum witnessed the shot.
Ormond Beach Pride goes 2-1
The Tiny Mites beat the Palatka Bulldogs 36-0 behind big offensive games from Elijah Denson, Re’Jay Wright and Andrew North, who benefited from the blocking of Hunter Reardon, Jaydon Murphy, Kyle Kelley and Chandler Shacklette. The defense was led by Elias Kelly, Rage Sweatt, Jonathan Oliva and Javon Polite. Bryce Shaffer and Brogan Kelly each had two tackles for loss.
The Pee Wee team lost 31-19, for its third loss of the season. However, Jacurry Benjamin scored three touchdowns in his best offensive performance of the year.
The Pride Varsity team remained undefeated, beating the Bulldogs 44-14, thanks in part to R.J. Stokes’ 99-yard kickoff return. Denzel Houston rushed for a touchdown and also threw for three scores to go along with Jason Colubiale’s 22-yard touchdown pass to Chad Davis.
Pop Warner Sandcrabs: Mitey Mites lose, Junior Midgets win
The Ormond Beach Mitey Mite team lost 14-0 Sept. 29, to an undefeated Flagler Falcons team. The Sandcrabs were able to move the ball up and down the field but were unable to get into the end zone. The offensive line was led by Mike Jones, Cameron Bolles, and Ty Moak. The defense, led by Albin Mullero and Trevor Presswood, turned in a strong performance. The Sandcrabs travel to West Volusia Oct. 8 to play the Panthers.
The Junior Midget team also played an undefeated Flagler Falcons team, but won 38-6, after jumping out to an early lead. The Sandcrabs’ first touchdown came from Brody Lloynd, who scored on a 17-yard run. Noah Motto put Ormond Beach up 8-0 by kicking the two-point conversion. On the next series, Riley Oldham threw a touchdown pass to Lloynd, making the score 16-6 and the Sandcrabs never looked back.