NWE Juniors Beat Eight Mile; Advance In Gulf Coast Youth Championships

November 30, 2013

The  Northwest Escambia Juniors are competing in the Gulf Coast Youth Football Championships in Gulf Shores this weekend.

Friday, the NWE Juniors beat the Eight Mile Giants 13-0. For the NWE Eagles, Jayden Jackson and Jaheem Durant both scored touchdown, and Kaden Odom added an extra point.

The Eagles defense dominated the Giants.  Keaundre Richardson had five tackles and a sack, Kaden Odom had one interception and several tackles, Ki-Jana Carter, Donovon Davis and Tomorrion Knight played tough on the defensive line, AJ Hasty had a fumble recovery, and Jayden Jackson and Jaheem Durant both had several tackles.

Shortly after the NWE Eagles win, tournament officials disqualified the Giants for two ineligible, over-age limit players.

The NWE Eagles will take on Trimmier Park on Saturday.


3 Responses to “NWE Juniors Beat Eight Mile; Advance In Gulf Coast Youth Championships”

  1. Sonya Carter on December 1st, 2013 8:00 pm

    Way to go NWE. You looked good kJ, mommy loves you and keep up the good work.

  2. MeShea on November 30th, 2013 7:31 pm

    Way to go, kids! So proud of you #99!!

  3. Becky on November 30th, 2013 5:45 am

    So proud of you guys! You’ve had a great season! Go Eagles!

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