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Tomcats start season with a win

by jmaloni
Thu, Sep 13th 2012 04:10 pm
The Niagara Wheatfield Amateur Athletics football organization won three championships at the Niagara County Football Classic Tournament. Pictured are the NWAA Tomcats, who defeated the Pendleton Cougars 34-21 on Aug. 25 in the 120-pound division and returned Aug. 26 to defeat the Wilson Jr. Lakemen 41-12. It was the first time that one organization has swept all three divisions; Wildcats 145-pound division, Tomcats 120-pound division and Bobcats 100-pound division all took home championship trophies from the tournament that is held at Lew-Port each season.
The Niagara Wheatfield Amateur Athletics football organization won three championships at the Niagara County Football Classic Tournament. Pictured are the NWAA Tomcats, who defeated the Pendleton Cougars 34-21 on Aug. 25 in the 120-pound division and returned Aug. 26 to defeat the Wilson Jr. Lakemen 41-12. It was the first time that one organization has swept all three divisions; Wildcats 145-pound division, Tomcats 120-pound division and Bobcats 100-pound division all took home championship trophies from the tournament that is held at Lew-Port each season.

On Saturday, Sept. 8, the Niagara Wheatfield Amateur Athletics Tomcats started their regular season off with a 40-0 win over the North Tonawanda 49ers.

The Tomcats were led by Jordan Parks with two touchdowns, one rushing and the other one on a 35-yard punt return. Zach Stanley, Jamel Oliver, Justin McDougald and Tristen Vandenberg all scored touchdowns for the Tomcats and Jake DeWolf scored all three extra points.

The Tomcats rushed for 235 yards and the Tomcats defense only gave up 10 yards rushing. Kevin Halford led the defense with three tackles and one sack. Jamel Oliver chipped in with two tackles and six assists, two for a loss. Tristen Vandenberg had two tackles two for losses and forced a fumble. Kenrda Cheers, Donavan Brusino Chris Gordan Jacob Story, Thomas Peltier, Griffin Cornwell and Warren McDougald all had two tackles each and Justin McDougald had the fumble recovery and a sack.

 

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