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Glen Cove Pee Wee Cardinals on Fire

The Glen Cove Pee Wee Cardinals are on fire, traveling to Bethpage and beating the Eagles 19-7.

They started off strong and scored early with a touchdown by Richard Perez. The extra point was scored by Madison Patino.

Defense was tough and held the Eagles to no yards gained.  On the first defensive play of the game, David Berlin sacked the quarterback.  This would set the tone of the game with Berlin having numerous sacks and tackles, and defense playing hard all game.

Offense did their job as well. On their next possession, quarterback Jesse Barnes Jr. ran 35 yards for a touchdown.  The extra point was no good.

Defense held the Eagles again with impressive play by Berlin, and tackles by Josue Cruz (also a sack) and Jah Tay Hernandez.  Robert Arena, Anthony Schettino, Christopher Gielbeda, Vincent Pascucci, Savion Allen-Vega, Justin Barwick, John D’Addario, Ryan Evans, James Lopez, Joey Imbriano, Peter Liotta, Christian Maiorana, Giovanni Calo, Orazio Petito, Dillon Fahey, Cayden Burnett, Joseph Johnson, Madison Patino, Richard Perez and Jesse Barnes Jr were all physed to play.

At the half, the Cardinals were ahead with the score of 13-0.

After more great play by the defense and tackles by Christian Maiorana, John D’Addario and Madison Patino, Glen Cove scored again on a 15-yard touchdown by Joseph Johnson who was shaking the Eagles off as he ran. The extra point was no good, but the Cardinals now led by 3 touchdowns.  The Eagles were able to choose four Cardinals to remove from the game. They chose David Berlin, Joseph Johnson, Jesse Barnes Jr and Madison Patino.

Cameron Barnett and Josue Cruz had tackles, Christian Maiorana had yards gained on offense.  

Playing hard and blocking on offense all game were Jah Tay Hernandez, Thomas Poncet, David Berlin, Dillon Fahey, Joey Imbriano, Peter Liotta, Anthony Schettino and Josue Cruz.

The final score was Cardinals 19 and Eagles 7.

The Pee Wees next game is Sunday, Oct. 30, at home at 9 a.m. versus Seaford.