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Nov, 2018

Four NEP teams advance to championship game

The NEP Wildcats went 4-2 on Semifinal Saturday to advance four teams to this weekend’s NWFYSA championship games at Milton High School.

The 7U, 8U, 9U and 11U squads all rolled to victories, while the 6U and 14U teams were eliminated in their semifinal contests.

6U falls to Bellview in closing seconds

In one of the best games of the day, the 6U Wildcats jumped out to a 7-0 lead over Bellview and led 13-7 with a minute left in the game, only to have the Packers storm back and score the game-tying touchdown and game-winning PAT to knock off the Wildcats 14-13.

The 6U Wildcats finished the season with a remarkable 9-1 record. Bellview will advance to play Pensacola Tigers in the championship game.

7U Wildcats score late to knock off Pace

The 7U Wildcats, playing its first game since an Oct. 20 win over Brent, started off slow but finished with a bang as Tristan Lipton broke a long run in the second half to help NEP advance to the championship game with a 7-0 win over Pace.

The pesky Patriots gave the Wildcats all they could handle in the first half, going into the half scoreless.

But in the second half, Lipton found an opening in the defense and was off to the races. The extra point attempt was good to give NEP the 7-0 lead.

The defense did the rest, keeping Pace out of the endzone to preserve the shutout.

The Wildcats (10-0) will now advance to play Bellview in the championship game on Saturday at 9:30 a.m. at Milton High School.

8U flexes muscle against Tigers

In a highly-anticipated matchup in the loaded 8U division, the NEP Wildcats rolled up 162 yards of total offense and the defense pitched a shutout in cruising to a 22-0 win over the Pensacola Tigers.

The Wildcats defense was relentless in the contest, recording a pair of safeties and not allowing the Tigers any drives into their red zone.

Keegan Flowers led the offense with 72 yards and two TDs while Kaden Ware also scored a touchdown in the contest.

Defensively, the Wildcats were led by Kaden Posta with 6 tackles, 3 tackles for loss and one fumble recovery. Kaleb Massey and John Michael Laurence recorded safeties in the contest.

NEP will now move on to play Bellview on Saturday at 11 a.m. in the championship game at Milton High School.

9U rolls to 30-0 win over Milton

The 9U Wildcats didn’t show any signs of rust after the long layoff, rolling to a 30-0 win over Milton in the semifinals.

The Wildcats got touchdowns from Alonzo Harris (two), Zayvion Davis, Dax Brooks and Wes Frantz.

NEP will now get another rematch with Bellview. The Wildcats and Packers have played twice in the regular season, with the Wildcats winning both matchups.

Saturday’s championship game is set for 12:30 p.m. at Milton High School.

11U cruises to 30-0 victory

The NEP Wildcats 11U machine continued to roll on Saturday, cruising to a 30-0 win over Bellview at Pine Forest High School.

The Wildcats jumped out to a 6-0 on the first possession of the game, getting a 9-yard touchdown run from Koby Howard.

A few minutes later, the Wildcats extended the lead to 12-0 on a 27-yard TD run by CJ Nettles.

Howard scored on a 29-yard run in the second quarter to go into the half with an 18-0 lead. Howard then broke loose for a 55-yard TD to up the lead to 24-0 before Raigen Motley completed a 28-yard TD pass to Nettles.

The Wildcats finished the day with 263 yards of total offense and allowed only 15 yards.

NEP will now play the Pace Patriots for the 11U championship at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday at Milton High School.

14U falls to Milton, Cottrell

For the second time this season, the NEP Wildcats ran into the Milton Panthers and their star player Raymond Cottrell.

And for the second time, the Panthers rolled to a 36-6 win over the Wildcats.

The top-seeded Panthers got a punt return for touchdown and kickoff return for touchdown from Cottrell in cruising to the win. NEP got a touchdown run by Jaylen Lewis.

Milton will now take on Bellview in the 14U championship game on Saturday at Milton High School.

The Wildcats finished the season with an 8-2 record, both of those losses coming to the unbeaten Panthers.



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