Strong seasons for 7th-grade footballers

The Sashabaw Middle School Seventh Grade Gold Football team ended their season last Tuesday with an undefeated record of 6-0.
They won with a score of 22-0 in their final game against Crary Middle School.
With seventeen seconds left in the game, excited football players on the sidelines celebrated their victory by picking up the large gatorade container and dumped it over their coach, Bob Cattin.
The Gold team kept the score 0-0 until the third quarter of the game when at 6:21, Dustin Ewald made a touchdown for Sashabaw. The ball was then handed to Jesse Chadwell for two point conversion to make the score 8-0.
The team kept the pace going by going for more points two minutes later when Adam Johns ran the ball 40 yards in for a touchdown. Kyle O’Grady took the ball in for the two point conversion and brought the score to 16-0.
With three minutes left in the game, Adam Johns made a 40 yard run straight up the middle of the field into the end zone for a touchdown. The team tried for a two point conversion, but the ball missed.
‘They are a good team,? said Coach Cattin. ‘They started out a good team, then were split in half (into the blue and gold teams).?
The team will get t-shirts for achieving an undefeated season.
The Sashabaw Middle School Blue team also finished their season Tuesday. In their last game, they won 24-0 over Oakview Middle School. They finished the season with an overall record 4-2.
With 6:13 left in the second quarter, Alberto Carlesimo ran to the left side of the field until he hit the end zone to make the first touchdown for the Blue team.
Chris Calvano added two more points to the scoreboard after making a two point conversion, bringing the score 8-0.
Near the end of the third quarter with one minute left, Carlesimo ran the ball 35 yards to make a touchdown. A flag is called on the play and the ball is backed up five yards for the two point conversion.. Calvano made the extra points and brought the score 16-0.
In the fourth quarter, Calvano scored another touchdown with 6:14 left in the game. Brad Barker passed the ball to Vinnie Post. Post made the two point conversion and the score was brought up to 24-0.