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11 team wins one The Marlboro U 11 boys soccer team played Oxon Hill to a 1 1 tie and shut out Glenarden, 7 0, last weekend. Ronald Stith scored on an assist from Marcus Ragland for the team only goal against Oxon Hill. Ragland and Jeremiah Pace each had two goals in the first half against Glenarden. Kiran Williams made it a 5 0 lead in the second half on an assist from Jayln Shade. Parker Everheart scored an unassisted goal and then set up Stith, who scored Marlboro final goal. Chris Oliver and Noah Coleman led the way on defense in front of goalkeeper Donovan Neufville, who registered the shutout. The Marlboro Team 3 peewee football team played Fort Washington to a 6 6 tie last week. Quarterback Nicholas Malley scored Marlboro only touchdown in the first half. He carried 10 times for 110 yards and completed 1 of 3 passes for 10 yards to Elijah Dorsey. Malley had 12 stops on defense and Dorsey and Trevon Thompson each had eight. Isaiah Wright and Joshua Bush had seven tackles, Mikale Taylor added six, and Rashid Davis, Dekyrre Mitchell and Allen Bonner each had five. Mitchell and Bonner also had fumble recoveries. The Marlboro Avengers peewee football team earned an 18 6 victory in its season opener against Forestville. The Avengers needed only four plays to score on their first possession, getting a 35 yard touchdown run from Dhane Blair, with solid blocking from Tommie McKoy, Devin Morgan and Michael Coit. Forestville tied the game, but the Avengers defense was strong the rest of the way, led by Dorian Strong, Chantz Harley and Tyler Thomas. In the second half long run from Henry Peterson set up Marlboro second touchdown on a 30 yard touchdown run by Ryan Davis. DeMarco Lyles added the final touchdown on a 65 yard run. The Prince George Falcons Mitey Mites football team won its third game of the season with a 21 0 victory against Unity Thunder in Capital Beltway League action on Saturday. Running back Gerry Evans ran for 130 yards and touchdowns of 40, 30 and 50 yards. Anthony Morales, Horance Brown and Jaiden Riddick also contributed to the ground game for the Falcons. Zaire Farmer and Derrick Wheatley each had three quarterback sacks and Jaron Fernandors, Jesse Hooks, Justin Johnson, William Stoney and Darious Miles all made solid open field tackles. Josiah Canty, Kevin Randall, Luke Savoy and Hashim Ball anchored the offensive line. The Marlboro Hit Squad peewee football team dropped a 15 0 decision to the Glenarden Bulldogs on Sept. 13. Khaleel Milam, Daryl Riddick, Jayden Hogg, Jamaree Harper, Dallas Simmons and Elijah Ross ran for a combined 90 yards for Marlboro. Quarterback Charles Kelly ran for 82 yards, threw for 23 and scored two touchdowns. Gerrell Evans and Evan Benberry also scored for the Falcons, and Jalen Davis, Xavier Gray, Jared Horton, Jarod Caldwell, Kevin Jacob, Daymon Williams and Darious Byrd also contributed to the ground game. Muhammad Robinson led the defense with two tackles and Keith Washington had a sack. Steven Lawton, Shawn Harris, Sean Dotson, Anthony Rutherford, Quinton Savage, Washington and Eric Pitts also contributed on defense. Markiece Void, Juan Diego Thompson, James Culp, Gary Savoy, Brian Parks, Jarron Nathin and Quentin Lewis anchored the offensive line. 65 pound AAA football team defeated Oxon Hill, 6 0, to earn its second shutout in as many games. Quarterback Terrell Blount led the offensive charge that amassed 270 yards on the day. Blount threw two completions to Cody Wilburn and one each to Jomar Stoddard and Alex Smith, and also rushed for 50 yards and a touchdown. Lytton Jr. added 30 yards, Ian Clements 30 yards and Tim Hanible 10 yards. Prince Harmon, Denzel White, Brandon Stewart, Clifton Wallace, Xavier Mack, Brent Pegram, Asa Hawkins, Nicholas Caesar and Avery Brown anchored the offensive line. Pegram led the Marlboro defense that only allowed 26 total yards by recording five tackles and a forced fumble. Kevin Woods, Mack, Wilburn and Hanible each had three tackles. Stewart, Clements, Russell, Lytton and Wallace each had two tackles and Hawkins and Blount each had one tackle. Stewart also had a fumble recovery. The Maryland Spartans Peewee football team is off to a 3 0 start including Saturday 27 0 non league win against the Wildcats in Virginia Beach, Va. Jason Anderson caught a touchdown pass and also had a 25 yard touchdown run. Nick Nelson scored on a 33 yard run and Brandon Alston caught an 11 yard touchdown pass from Jamal Robinson. Jay Cammon Jr. and Cameron Boykins added extra points. The Maryland Ruff Riders are holding tryouts for their cheerleading/dance squads for girls ages 11 through 14. The cheerleading squad cheers for all of the Ruff Rider basketball teams and also travels and competes in local competitions. Call coach Lisa Davis at 202 577 8683. Nov. 3 at John Hanson Middle School. Track Field (USATF), both of the Regions. The Striders compete in local, regional and national meets. Interested parents with athletes ages 6 to 15 are encouraged to attend the meeting. coordinator Tonya Kilgore or head coach Garry Kilgore at 301 372 1139 or coordinator Pamela Y. The Kettering Boys and Girls Club unlimited football program is looking for players ages 7 to 14 for unlimited weight play this fall. There are no residential boundary restrictions. The Alana Beard Future AAU girls basketball program will host a Winter Break Camp Dec. 22 24 and Dec. 29 31 at the City of Bowie Gym. Metro Steelers are seeking teams for a fall/winter league which begins play Nov. 2. Eight games are guaranteed including playoffs. The fee is $400 per team. Wednesdays and Thursdays at Holy Family Gym in Temple Hills. The clinics are open to boys and girls ages 6 to 16 and designed to improve fundamental basketball skills. The Potomac Valley Warriors are seeking players for their U 10 and U 12 boys AAU teams. Call coach Omar at 240 882 4946 or coach James at 202 528 4613. Blazing Bulls are seeking players for their U 10 through U 12 teams. on Oct. 4, 11 and 18 at The Bowie City Gym. The Maryland Lady Crusaders U 15 girls team is holding tryouts. The Crusaders took fourth place at the Division II Nationals. The DreamMakers Academy will hold tryouts for its U 10 boys AAU team on Monday and Oct. 6 at the Mary Virginia Merrick Center, 4265 4th St., SE in the District. Players may be 11 and in fourth grade or must turn 10 prior to Sept. 1, 2009. Call Curtis Norman at 410 458 7973 or 31 458 1391. Air Flight Elite seeks players for its U 16 and U 17 fall and winter teams and also its U 10 and U 11 teams. The Maryland United Lady Ballers are looking for girls born between 1992 and 1994 for AAU teams. Call coach Dee at 301 254 1214. A U 12 AAU boys basketball team is holding tryouts for experienced players. Call 240 508 7623 or 301 821 5233.