2009-11-27 / Sports

Victorious White Shamrocks Are Super Bowl Bound

The BCAC Pee-Wee White Shamrocks The BCAC Pee-Wee White Shamrocks Who rocks? The Pee-Wee White Shamrocks do as they made the Red Devils from Levittown look more like Pink Flamingos. The Shamrocks cruis ed to the NSFL Super Bowl with a 21-7 victory at the Broad Channel Memorial Field this past Sunday.

The visitors started their opening drive with a huge run that looked like a TD, if it were note for Pete Meehan chasing the running back down at the 5-yard line to prevent the score. The White Shamrocks then held Levitt own's offense from getting into the end zone and got the ball back on the turnover on downs.

The White Shamrocks would get into the end zone again as Ian Byrne scrambled in for the touchdown to make it 13-0. Another successful extra point would up the lead to 14-0, where the score would stay into halftime.

The BCAC defense was great in stopping Levittown's offense. The defense was led by Dominick Maiorano, Matty McDonagh, Robbie Agoglia, Peter Maiorano, Brendan Petronis, Nick Meehan, Damien Stathis, Patrick Mur phy, and Christian Agoglia, Pete Meehan's stellar work would come to light again in the third quarter. He successfully stopped another would-be breakaway runner from scoring a touchdown at the White Shamrocks 9-yard line.

Meehan made a one arm tackle on fourth down to hold the opposing offense out of the end-zone yet again, and give the White Shamrocks the ball inside of their own five yard line to start their next set on offense.

Byrne got the handoff on that next drive and ran back and forth from sideline to sideline looking for an opening. He figured out a way to run what amounted to be about 200 yards to the end-zone to make the score 20-0. Another successful extra point put the White Shamrocks up 21-0 after three quarters were in the books.

The fourth quarter was ten minutes of the White Shamrocks waiting for the final whistle to go on to the NSFL Super Bowl. The BCAC prevent def ense allowed the opponents to score a meaningless TD with time running out in the game. The Pee-Wees finished out the game with the 21-7 win and advance to the finals.

The Super Bowl is Sunday, Novem ber 29 at a neutral field to be determined. Check www.NSFL.com for details and directions to the championship game. The team thanks you for all of your support. They hope to see you at the finals. The New York Giants play on Thursday and the Jets don't play until next September, so this is the best local game you've got on Sunday! You can win or party at Jameson's afterwards.

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