Cumberland Times-News

October 24, 2013

Pats, Warriors playing for title in Little Super Bowl

Oakland, Patriots meeting for Division II championship Sunday at Greenway

Cumberland Times-News

— CUMBERLAND — Logan Johnson, Luke

Hamilton and Brayden Polling all scored multiple

times to keep the Hartley’s Pizza/Personal

Best Patriots undefeated

and on their way to

the Little Super Bowl with

a 46-22 win over Oakland

Sunday at Allegany College

of Maryland.

Hamilton broke into the

end zone three times (31,

19 and 60 yards) and finished

with 185 yards on seven carries. Polling

wound up with 180 yards on 10 carries and

scored on runs of 14 and 60 yards, and Johnson

had a 28-yard touchdown along with a

one-yard score.

Oakland got a three-yard touchdown run

from Ian DeWitt in the first quarter and two

more in the fourth on a 11-yard run from

Haden McLaughlin and a 20-yard run by Alec


Hamilton and Polling also led the Patriots

defense with 10 tackles apiece.

The Pats (9-0) square off against the Braddock

Warriors at 4:30 on Sunday at Greenway

Avenue Stadium in the Division I Little Super

Bowl. Braddock 30, Keyser 16

CUMBERLAND — Cameron Bratton had

143 yards of total offense in leading Braddock

to a 30-16 win over Keyser Steelers that catapults

the Warriors into the LittleSuper Bowl

against the Patriots Sunday at Greenway


Bratton ran for 79 yards and went to the air

for 64 (5 of 7 passing) more while running in

two touchdowns during Braddock’s 14-point

win. Troy Banks, who rushed for 46 yards

yards, scored the other two touchdowns for

the Warriors on runs of 8 and 2 yards.

Scoring and statistics for Keyser were not


The Warriors (7-2) will face the top-seeded

Patriots at Greenway Avenue Stadium in a

battle of the two best regular season teams at

4:30 on Sunday for the CAYFL championship. Oakland 32, DRiivdigseioleny I I0

OAKLAND — Nathan Tasker and Brandon

Mershing rushed for two touchdowns each

for Oakland during the Rams’ 32-0 win over

Ridgeley in the semifinals of the CAYFL Division

II playoffs.

Tasker put up the first points on a 15-yard

run for the only points of the first quarter.

Meshing stepped up to score both touchdowns

in the second quarter, going in from

four yards on the first trip and from 24 on the

second to give Oakland a 20-0 lead at halftime.

Following a scoreless third quarter, Declan

Horner ran 35 yards to stretch the lead to 26-0

and Tasker went in from two yards for the

final touchdown.

Brandon Lucas had 127 all-purpose yards,

and Mershing and Jace Guy stood out defensively

during the shutout.

Oakland will play the Patriots this weekend,

2 p.m., at Greenway Avenue Stadium for the

Division II title. Patriots 25, Warriors 6

CUMBERLAND — The Patriots did all of

their scoring in the first half, but their defenseCONTINUED FROM 1D

suffocated the Warriors all

afternoon during a 19-point

win that puts the Pats into the

championship Sunday at

Greenway Avenue Stadium.

Jayden Stubbs scored the

first touchdown with a 45-yard

run, and scored the fourth

from 20 yards. Brayden Askins

scampered 18 yards for the

Patriots’ second touchdown

and Tyreke Powell powered in

from a yard out for the third.

Braddock scored in the

fourth quarter on a Parker

Preskorn run.

Amedeus Swindle, Carter

Swan, Wyatt Brehm, Isaiah

Plummer and Walker Appel

stood out for Personal

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RJ Buford was mentioned

for his defensive play for the


The Pats will take on the

Oakland Rams at 2 p.m. on

Sunday in the Division II Little

Super Bowl at Greenway

Avenue Stadium.