The South Dayton Hotel moved to 3-0 in a doubleheader last weekend, first knocking off Team Phonezone, 34-6.
Brad Barmore connected with Kai Anderson for two touchdowns, Brian Barmore for one, and Nolan Christopher and Nick Jackson each ran for scores. Brad Barmore connected with Jackson, Brandan Yeskey, Ray Spacht and Jason Howard for two-point conversions. Defensively Howard had three sacks.
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In the other early game, Loud Performance Products defeated The Good Time Saloon Raiders, 26-6.
Dusty Carlson connected with Eric Clark for two touchdowns, Ricky Gonzalez for one, and Charlie Bonta for another. Carlson connected with Eric Potter and Elliott Deleon for two-point conversions.
Defensively Carlson, Chris Morano and Bonta led with flag pulls. For the Good Time Saloon, Gary Kum threw a touchdown to Stefan Howie, and Allen VanGuilder had two sacks.
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In the second games of the day, The South Dayton Hotel held on to a 25-22 victory over The Body Shop.
For The South Dayton Hotel, Barmore connected with Kai Anderson the first play of the game for a 65-yard score. Brad Barmore also connected with Nolan Christopher, Nick Jackson and Brian Barmore for touchdowns. Brad Barmore threw to Christopher for the extra point.
The Body Shop never backed down as Jason Matve ran a kick return 70 yards for a touchdown. Matve later connected with Richard Allen for six, and Allen caught the two-point conversion. Alan Jerry had a sack for a safety. Billy Lawson threw deep to Matve for their final touchdown.
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The Red Rockers got in the win column by defeating ASB Signature Signs, 35-12. Doug Clark connected with Dylan Caldwell for three touchdowns and ran two touchdowns. Ben Torres was a stud on defense with four sacks. For ASB, Jeremy Green and Mike Press were standouts.
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In our final games of the day, The Backyard Bar & Grill defeated Live City, 19-7. Matt Keeler connected for three touchdowns, two to Shaun Ryan and one to Jeff Paddleford. Keeler also rushed for a touchdown. Ryan Case had two sacks and Chris VonMiller had an interception in the win. Jay Irwin and Chris Greiner led Live City in the losing effort.
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The Body Shop held on to a victory over the Red Rockers, 18-13. Jason Matve, Billy Lawson and Richard Allen all scored touchdowns. For the Red Rockers, Doug Clark and Dylan Caldwell scored.