Razorbacks defeat

Bedford Jaguars

The Pelham-Windham Razorbacks Mitey Mite Gold opened its season by defeating the Bedford Jaguars.

Pelham opened with a strong 35-yard kickoff by Michael Goglia, setting up the defense with terrific field position, which led to the Gold’s first TD after a turnover on downs.

“We played flawless on both sides of the ball,” said head coach Keon Fox. “I’m very proud of how we played today.” The defense was solid throughout, while the offense scored five touchdowns and five extra points in the first three quarters.

Kellin Bail, Kurtis Jolicoeur and Luke Tracy all played well, putting the points on the board, while the whole team on both sides of the ball had a solid effort.


Razorbacks 18,

Bedford Jaguars 0

The cool rain did not stop the “Green Machine” from bringing the heat on both offense and defense.

Touchdowns were scored by Josh Mederios and Kevin Cheam. Key blocking was provided by Craig Harden, Connor Airey, Andrew Hume, Zack Breton, Mike Overy, Mike Croatti and Tyler Harper.

Chaulking up their first shutout this season, the Mean Green Machine brought the pain on defense. Defensive standouts were Thomas Anderson, Jeff Barry, Mike Boardman, Devin DeCarteret, Kevin Cooney, Colby Larsen, Damian Cadoret, Dave “the beast” Crichton and Nate Chartrand.


Razorbacks 13,

Nashua PAL 0

Pelham-Windham Razorbacks Jr. Midget team led by head coach Smith, along with assistant coaches Morin, O’Brien, Priestley and Parent, opened the season with a shutout win.

The defense got off to a strong start. JR Priestly came through with a key sack in the fourth quarter.

Other defensive standouts included D. J. O’Brien, Cam Masse, Dominic Dumas, Joe Perrone and T. J. Lee, along with a strong team effort from the remaining defensive unit.

The offense did its part. Anthony Spirou scored the first touchdown, and also played an impressive game on the defense. Ryan Greenleaf added the extra point in the first quarter, putting the Junior Midgets on the scoreboard. J. P. DaSilva scored the second and final touchdown with three minutes left on the clock for the 13-0 win.

Strong efforts were made on the offensive and defensive teams. The boys worked hard for the past four weeks to get this far and the coaches are proud of all their efforts.