The Cicero MS flag football A team played their fifth game of the season and emerged victorious, winning 7-0 over Chandler Prep’s A Team. The offense played steady all game and was led by quarterback Colin Hooppaw, who connected on several passes, including completions to Bronjor Byarunhanga, Jackson Potter and Ethan Weaver. Colin also connected with William Twaradeck on a 30 yard completion for the game’s lone touchdown. Running back Jackson Potter led the rushing attack with several runs to help pickup critical first downs anchored by the blocking by the offensive line of Cam Schmidt, Ivy Hewett, and Ethan Weaver.
The defensive line of Bronjor Byarunhanga, Ivy Hewett, and Ethan Weaver, provided constant pressure on Chandler Prep’s quarterback during pass plays. The defensive line and Linebacker Louden Ruiz also maintained gap integrity on rushing plays and stalled Chandler’s rushing attack
The Cicero MS flag football B Team got back to its winning ways with a dominant performance over Chandler Prep’s B team, winning 27-0. The offense was powered by great performances from every position. The offensive line of Matthew Thorley, Louden Ruiz, Logan Stewart-Wissing, and Dane Stevens gave quarterback Colin Hooppaw plenty of time to complete several passes, including several beauties to Van Mueller, Carter Bradbury, Louden Ruiz and Jackson Potter. Cicero scored 3 touchdowns on offense, including a 10 yard quarterback scramble by Colin Hooppaw and two long passes that were hauled in by Van Mueller and Jackson Potter.
The Cicero defense dominated Chandler Prep, not allowing a first down all game. The defense also accounted for 8 of Cicero’s points during the game, including a pick 6 interception returned for a touchdown by Carter Bradbury. The defensive line of Louden Ruiz, Joey Taylor and Micah Gadoury were too much for Chandler to overcome as they couldn’t get much of anything going in the running or passing game. Cicero ended the game with an exclamation point on defense, penetrating Chandler’s offensive line, resulting in a safety by Micah Gadoury.