Everett Eagles Pop Warner Round-up

October 6, 2010
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The Everett Eagles B team continued its domination of its opponents with a 30-0 whipping of visiting Triton this past Sunday. Continuing what is becoming ordinary for them, the boys scored on the first play they touched the ball for the fourth straight week. Two have come on kickoffs and the other two, including Sunday, came on their first offensive snap of the game. Lazare Joseph blazed 76 yards for a touchdown, then added gallops of 9 and 63 yards for a total of 150 yards on just those three carries alone to account for all the scores in the first half as Everett built up a 24-0 lead at the break. Omar Herrera added three extra point kicks to account for the total of 24. Lukas Denis added a 29 yard touchdown for a 30-0 lead in the third quarter and that score would stand up for the final. Lazare rushed for over 225 yards in the game, as the Everett offense surpassed the 400 yard total offense mark. The B team has now outscored their first four opponents by an astonishing 117-6 margin, or nearly a 29 to 2 margin. This would not be possible without the outstanding offensive line play of Ray Suppa, DJ MacDonald, Eric Trickett, Leo Zampano and Joe Barbick. Defensively MacDonald and Omar Herrera, who had a tremendous game in all facets of play – on offense, defense and special teams – helped put the clamps on the Triton offense after their opening drive which stalled in Everett territory. Barbick, Joseph, Trickett and Ralph Alexis also were keys to shutting down the potent Triton offense. This sets up the regular season "Game of the Year" between your Eagles B boys and the also undefeated squad from East Lynn on the road next Sunday.

In a battle of unbeatens, the Everett Eagles’ C team knocked off the Triton Vikings by a score of 6-0 Sunday at Everett Stadium. Triton’s offense had their best series of the game in the opening drive, marching 65 yards to the Eagles’ seven yard line where the Eagle defense forced a fumble. Everett was forced to punt on their next offensive series and Johnny Uga came through with a nice punt to give the Eagles a little breathing room. Uga would add a booming 53 yard punt later in the game. This game was a defensive battle in the first half with neither team doing much offensively and the score was 0-0 at halftime.

The second half opened with Everett going old school: fullback Bryan Bessler pounding the middle seven plays in a row. The Eagles’ offensive line, Anthony LaGrant, Del Richardson, Lucky Zumprano, Christian Gomez, Reggie Jean, Jeff Pham, and Joey Dunbrack, dominated the Triton defense. With Triton now stacking nine men in the box, Dylan Cyprian took a pitch and swept down the left sideline to the two yard line. Quarterback Carlins Platel finished off the drive for the only points of the game. From here it was all defense and ball control for the Eagles as Triton could only muster 3 first downs in the second half. Everett’s defense,manned by Zumprano, Richardson, Pham, Dunbrack, Joel Perez, RJ Fialli, Jack Gerace, Uga, Bessler, Carlins Platel, Marc Faia, Mike Rowan, and Cyprian had an outstanding game against a quality opponent. Everett came in ready to play and the players were intense throughout the game. This win is a big step forward for this team. Let’s keep it up.

The Everett Eagles D-Team came away with a big 7-0 win Sunday against a very good Triton team. As the score would indicate this was a defensive battle. For the Eagles Jake Wilcox was outstanding coming up with 4 interceptions. Marcus Romboli stepped his game up playing a dominating defensive end. Liam McKinnon and Giovanni Raduzzo also played well applying pressure up the middle. Linebackers Devon Powell and Kamerin Williams were solid in their assignments angling to the outside and stuffing the run.

The Offense struggled keeping the ball all game turning it over four times. Finally in the fourth quarter the Eagles began to move the ball. Quarterback Trevor Tarlowski got things started by directing the White Offense down the field. Big runs by Adrian Williams and Gabe DeSouza got Everett to the 10 yard line. Jaden Dottin then took over continually pounding the edge to the one foot line. Fullback Keyanti Anilus jammed it in for the score giving Everett the lead with just three minutes left to play.

Knowing Triton needed to throw Everett went to work dropping into a prevent defense. Pressure by Peterson Monexant forced the triton Quarterback to rush his throw allowing Jake Wilcox to seal the victory with his fourth interception.

The Eagles travel to the Manning Bowl next Sunday for a big match up against The East Lynn Bulldogs. The Bulldogs always prove to be a tough match up for The Eagles.

It was perfect day at Everett Memorial Stadium this past Sunday. The Everett Eagles E-Team stood strong against Triton’s E-team Vikings. Defense looking great due to the superb containment efforts of Ryan Comerford. Kelvin Erazo was a dynamo, stopping anything that came his way.

Special teams was a delight to watch, as was Robert LaMontagne, who was subbed in and made it look easy.

Offensively, the E-Team Eagles made big strides moving the ball. Bernard Platel punched through the middle for some big yardage. Michael ”MJ” Stanton played multiple positions on offense and executed them all well, gaining just over 40 yards for his team.

The coaching staff is predicting Andrew Mendoca and Dhasez Wolcott to show some promise this week as they are looking great in practice.