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City league football action from Monday & Tuesday

by Minden Press-Herald

There were four games played over Monday and Tuesday at the Minden Recreation Complex.

Marcus Patillo Punishers vs. Mohawks

In action from Monday, October 27, the Marcus Patillo Punishers put on an impressive performance on their way to a 37-6 victory over the Mohawks.

The Punishers were led by Kevin Ward and his 211 yards and four touchdowns, followed closey by Travion Sanders who rushed for 216 yards of his own. Daiquiri Powell totaled 32 yards and Shamar Crown had 52 yards.

Kameron Talley led the way for the Mohawks team with 61 yards and a touchdown. Nathan Ben had a good game for the Mohawks as well going for 18 yards.

Defensive leaders for the Mohawks were Nathan Ben, Evan Thomas and Jakobe Walker.

Dawgs vs. Titans

The Dawgs got a win over the Titans in Monday’s second game, 48-20.

The Dawgs were led by Skyler Butler’s 207 yards and two TD’s. D’Angelo Garner ran for 191 and three scores, followed by Grady Brasher with 89 yards & two scores and Andrew Cooper had 27 yards.

Eddie Markray had 283 yards and three touchdowns for the Titans, Trenton McLaughlin had 47 yards and Kataurio Grigsby had 29 yards.

Acuren Rays vs. Little Tiders

In Tuesday night action, Tyrell Siah led Acuren with 99 yards rushing, as the Rays defeated the Little Tiders 13-0.

Kamryn Lewis was next for Acuren with 90 yards rushing and Luke Vining had 30 yards. Kielny Combs had a fumble recovery for Acuren and Elliot Sheppard had an interception.

Jamaria Clark led the Little Tiders with 63 yards and Josh Sebald had 34 yards.

Cooper Tire Cobras vs. Saints

The Cooper Tire Cobras got a win over the Saints, 13-0.

The Cooper Tire Cobras got 101 yards and two touchdowns from Daylen Robinson, 26 yards from Dexter Smith, 30 yards from Kethric Kimble and 22 yards from Jaylin Williams.

The Saints were led by Jacob Whitehead with 69 yards rushing. Cade Boley carried for 54 yards and Jordan Coleman finished with 17 yards.

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