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Cornwall sweeps Wolfpack in bantam, varsity football

Spencer Younker of the Cornwall Timberwolves breaks a tackle by the Amherst Wolfpack during action Sunday in Cornwall in the P.E.I Tackle Football League. The team praised the defensive line of David MacKenzie, Matt Jack and Tyson Carter, calling it the "heartbeat of the team."
Spencer Younker of the Cornwall Timberwolves breaks a tackle by the Amherst Wolfpack during action Sunday in Cornwall in the P.E.I Tackle Football League. The team praised the defensive line of David MacKenzie, Matt Jack and Tyson Carter, calling it the "heartbeat of the team."

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The Cornwall bantam and varsity Timberwolves registered victories over the Cumberland Wolfpack Sunday in P.E.I. Papa John’s Tackle Football League action.

The bantam T’wolves (2-2) hammered the Nova Scotia opposition 62-14, handing Cumberland (3-1) their first loss of the season.

The varsity Timberwolves (1-3) dumped the Wolfpack 38-7 for their first win of the season. Cumberland dropped to 0-4 in their first year in varsity football.

Varsity

The hometown Timberwolves spotted the visiting Wolfpack a touchdown before rolling off 38 straight points for their first victory in four starts.

Keegan McCarville lead the Timberwolves on both sides of the ball with two touchdowns receptions from quarterback Brian Mahoney and intercepted two passes.

Mahoney ran for one TD himself while Brandon Bond, Spenser Younker and Aurora Wills added singe majors. Mike Varis added a field goal and made all but one convert. 

The team praised the defensive line of David MacKenzie, Matt Jack and Tyson Carter, calling it the “heartbeat of the team.”

The win moved the Timberwolves into fourth place in the league ahead of the winless Wolfpack.

On Friday, the Summerside Cooke Insurance Clippers defeated the Souris Wildcats 33-14 in varsity action.

Matt Tanton scored on a recovered fumble to give Summerside the early lead.

The Wildcats responded and took a 14-7 lead in the second quarter. Summerside quarterback Jayden Reid connected with receiver Cameron Paynter for a touchdown and Reid scored a major to give the Clippers a 21-14 lead. Reid and Paynter added a second half scores.

Summerside and the Charlottetown Privateers are both 3-0 going into this week’s action. Charlottetown will host Summerside at Birchwood Field, Sunday at 3 p.m.

Bantams

Cornwall rolled to a 38-7 halftime lead and never looked back.

Noah Daley racked up four touchdowns for the Timberwolves. Zander Matheson added two more majors and was named player of the game for Cornwall.

On Friday, the Summerside Waterwise Spartans defeated the Eastern Kings Steelers 46-14. Summerside is 3-0 while the Steelers are 0-3.

Owen Turner, Parker Cameron and Dylan Mugridge scored on running plays to give Summerside a 24-0 lead.

The Steelers picked up a safety and a running touchdown to cut the deficit to 24-8 at the half.

Cameron Gallant, Cameron and Turner had second-half touchdowns while the Steelers scored on a 40-yard run.

 

 

The Cornwall bantam and varsity Timberwolves registered victories over the Cumberland Wolfpack Sunday in P.E.I. Papa John’s Tackle Football League action.

The bantam T’wolves (2-2) hammered the Nova Scotia opposition 62-14, handing Cumberland (3-1) their first loss of the season.

The varsity Timberwolves (1-3) dumped the Wolfpack 38-7 for their first win of the season. Cumberland dropped to 0-4 in their first year in varsity football.

Varsity

The hometown Timberwolves spotted the visiting Wolfpack a touchdown before rolling off 38 straight points for their first victory in four starts.

Keegan McCarville lead the Timberwolves on both sides of the ball with two touchdowns receptions from quarterback Brian Mahoney and intercepted two passes.

Mahoney ran for one TD himself while Brandon Bond, Spenser Younker and Aurora Wills added singe majors. Mike Varis added a field goal and made all but one convert. 

The team praised the defensive line of David MacKenzie, Matt Jack and Tyson Carter, calling it the “heartbeat of the team.”

The win moved the Timberwolves into fourth place in the league ahead of the winless Wolfpack.

On Friday, the Summerside Cooke Insurance Clippers defeated the Souris Wildcats 33-14 in varsity action.

Matt Tanton scored on a recovered fumble to give Summerside the early lead.

The Wildcats responded and took a 14-7 lead in the second quarter. Summerside quarterback Jayden Reid connected with receiver Cameron Paynter for a touchdown and Reid scored a major to give the Clippers a 21-14 lead. Reid and Paynter added a second half scores.

Summerside and the Charlottetown Privateers are both 3-0 going into this week’s action. Charlottetown will host Summerside at Birchwood Field, Sunday at 3 p.m.

Bantams

Cornwall rolled to a 38-7 halftime lead and never looked back.

Noah Daley racked up four touchdowns for the Timberwolves. Zander Matheson added two more majors and was named player of the game for Cornwall.

On Friday, the Summerside Waterwise Spartans defeated the Eastern Kings Steelers 46-14. Summerside is 3-0 while the Steelers are 0-3.

Owen Turner, Parker Cameron and Dylan Mugridge scored on running plays to give Summerside a 24-0 lead.

The Steelers picked up a safety and a running touchdown to cut the deficit to 24-8 at the half.

Cameron Gallant, Cameron and Turner had second-half touchdowns while the Steelers scored on a 40-yard run.

 

 

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