Here are some games that we could not get in the paper, they will appear in Saturday's edition along with Friday's games. But here they are so you don't have to wait.
Homestead 33, Braddock 7: Even though there were signs of rust in
Homestead's play during their season opener, yet they still sent out a message to the rest
of District 16-6A Harris Field.
Quarterback Keahn Wallace showed why he should be considered among the
elite signal callers in Miami-Dade going 17-for-24 and threw for 256
yards and three touchdowns; he also ran for one.
"Our hard work paid off and it showed off in our play,'' Wallace said. "My offensive
line gave me all the opportunities I could have and the credit goes to them.''
Despite Wallace's brilliant play, there were signs of rust as the
Broncos (1-0) were flagged 12 times for 82 yards.
"We have a lot of work to do, and we have to have more discipline,'' Homestead coach
Bobby McCray said. "We're a much better team than we were last year and that is
why we have to develop our kids throughout the season.''
Boca Raton Christian 56, David Posnack Hebrew Day School 0: Evan Gaines
ran for 60 yards on 25 carries and returned a kickoff 25 yards for the host Rams (0-2) at
PAL Field in Plantation. Troy Postal caught two passes, and Sam Sekoff intercepted a pass.
For the winning Blazers (2-0), 6-3, 250 senior tight end/defensive lineman Charlie
Cowley scored twice … one on a fumble return, which he caused, and the other on a catch.
Stephen Smith scored on a kickoff return and on an interception return, and
kicker/defensive back David Weil went 8 of 8 on extra points and blocked a punt, which
Constantine Gavrilos scored.
Hillel 43, Westwood Christian 6