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8 Marlboro boys defeat Hyattsville The Marlboro U 8 boys soccer team beat Hyattsville, 4 1, on Saturday. Lael Davis scored twice for Marlboro and James Green and Ronald Stith also had goals. Hyattsville scored its lone goal late in the first half, and Marlboro goalkeeper Tarrance Joseph stopped several shots in the second half to help secure the victory. The Marlboro Mustangs 65 pound B football team dropped a 6 0 contest to Silver Hill on Saturday, in spite of a strong effort by the defense. Jeffrey Eugene, Leon Scott and Jerrod Williamson all had fumble recoveries for Marlboro. Thomas Hayes carried 16 times for 54 yards and Eugene added 21 yards on six carries, but the Mustangs couldn find the end zone. The defensive front of Quran Boddie, Chris Hudson, Lawrence Thompson, Joshua Walker and Tony Ashmon helped shut down Silver Hill offense. Scott led the defense with five tackles, while Eugene added four and Corey Vessels had three. Hayes (two tackles) and Hudson, Kobe Rose and Desmond Springs (one tackle each) also contributed on defense. The Marlboro Mustangs 65 pound AA football team won its two most recent games, 35 0, against Bradbury Heights on Oct. 19 and 7 0 against Fort Washington on Saturday. The offense amassed more than 340 yards, including more than 300 on the ground against Bradbury Heights, while the defense had four fumble recoveries. The defense pitched another shutout against Fort Washington, led by DeAndrew Clark, Christopher Craft, Devon Brown, Alante Rhodes, Ayron Monroe, Rivion Johnson, Johnny Pickett, Christian Davis, Anwar Mack, Keith Wyatt, KeShawn Hall, Malik Fuller, Robert Falcone, Ceyon Albriton Turner, Stephon Sheilds and Theodore Mayo. Corey Joyner, Darius Beslow, Markell Williams, Najee Fuller, Bryce Vicks, Matthew Morton, Marcus Lowery and Darryl Haraway Jr. led the way on offense. The Marlboro Boys and Girls Club 125 pound football team recorded a 55 0 victory against the Clinton Jets on Saturday. Emmanuel Paul, Ronald Douglass, John Sieh, Dionte Barnum and Demetrice Homes combined for more than 200 rushing yards and five touchdowns and Antoine Brown added a 63 yard touchdown reception. Brown had a 91 yard interception return for a touchdown and Paul took an interception back 40 yards for another score. Maurice Barnes recorded eight tackles and Galvin Burton added three. The team returns to action this weekend against Palmer Park. The Prince George Falcons Anklebiter football team earned a 7 2 victory against Montgomery Village last weekend in Capital Beltway League play. Jeread Caldwell, Xiaver Gray, Tim Rice, Donavan Hailey, Kyon Adams, Stacy Watts, ManQuale Lucas, Derek Herbert, Troy Johnson and Charles Palmer III all made contributions on defense, holding Montgomery Village to a safety. Rawley, Derek Herbert and Donvan Hailey contributed on offense, and the backfield of Derek Durham, Calieb Hall and Javon Meree combined for 150 rushing yards and a touchdown. Jordan Lomax interception with 1:59 to play helped the Prince George Falcons Junior football team seal a 13 6 victory against Maplewood in Capital Beltway League action last week. The win was the Falcons sixth of the season. Randal Curtis made his first defensive start of the fall and made three tackles and added a fumble recovery. Darryl Reynolds, Ricardo Lester, Garred Matthews, Alim Longe, Jamal Taylor and Christian Parks played well on the defensive line. Umbari Casey ran for 135 yards and scored his 13th touchdown of the season. Quarterback Anthony Williams added his 11th touchdown of the season and his fifth extra point conversion. Nicholas Wright, Marcus Green, Jajuan Eady, Brandon Speed, Raphael White and Zarahn Husbands anchored the offensive line. A late touchdown lifted the Marlboro Team 7 Pee Wee football team to its first victory of the season on Saturday, 22 20 against Bowie, at King Grant West Field. A 50 yard run by Kobe Driver set up Kortez Anderson for Team 7 first touchdown and Michael Rivas added a two point conversion. Quarterback Corey Mungo turned a fourth down play into a 70 yard touchdown run with Driver adding two more points. Amon Thomas, Jomar Stoddard, Brandon Stewart, and Khalib Lea contributed to the team strong defensive effort along with two way players Torry Liebrand, Bakari Lea, Mike Rivas, Xyan Richardson, Driver, Anderson, Damario Palmer and Mungo. Lea led the defense with five pulled flags, while Liebrand added four and Rivas and Mungo each had two and Richardson added one. Rivas also had 45 yards rushing. Marlboro led 16 12 at halftime, but Bowie took a 20 16 lead with more than nine minutes to play. Anderson and Mungo combined for more than 70 yards in the second half, but Marlboro didn take the lead until the final seconds on a 30 yard bootleg run for a touchdown by Rivas. The Marlboro Team 2 Pee Wee football team rolled to a 54 6 win against Camp Springs last week. Brian Palmer led the offensive surge with 207 yards and three touchdowns and also added a pair of interceptions on defense. Jordan Beslow had 254 yards rushing and two touchdowns and two pulled flags. Fred Williams finished with 98 yards and a touchdown. Darrell Foote (72 yards and a touchdown) and Todd Mackall (65 yards and a touchdown) also added to the scoring and Anthony Bullock, Saivon Word, Hesro Johnson, Dallion Whitley also contributed to the running game. Ross Allen led the defense with 10 pulled flags, while Johnson and Foote each had four and Word and Justin Palmer added three. Malik Bellamy and Anthony Litton each added a pulled flag. The Marlboro Team 3 Pee Wee football team won its fourth straight game, 18 14, against Lanham last week. Marlboro controlled the clock, putting together three drives of eight plays or more. Jarius Davis and James Carter III shared the quarterback duties, with Carter scoring on touchdown runs of 15, 30 and 40 yards. Running backs Nigel Garnett, Derrick Carter and Warrick Godwin all contributed to the ground attack. Spady, Gammon Gresham, Trevon Norman, Derrick Carter, Garrett Brown, Garnett and Carter each had at least two pulled flags and kept Lanham from scoring until the final three minutes of the game. The Marlboro Team 5 Pee Wee football team moved to 4 0 with a 16 0 victory against Clinton last weekend. Tre Evans led the offense with 84 rushing yards, two extra points and also had two pulled flags. Christopher Blair added 52 yards and a touchdown to go with three pulled flags. James Thomas added 52 yards and two pulled flags and Jamal Thompson also added to the ground game. Chase Young led the defense with five pulled flags. Michael Thompson added two flags and Hilton Burton and Brandon Alexander each added one. Joseph Stith, Case Hope, Brandon Vessels, Isaiah Casey and Aaron Casey also contributed in the win. The Marlboro Team 6 Pee Wee football team earned a 12 0 shutout against South Bowie last week. Asiel Horton led the defense with four pulled flags, while Adonis Powell added three, Kevin Wood and Troy Moore had two each and Devon Tucker and Denzel Vaughan both added one. Horton ran for 105 yards and Nathaniel White added 60 on the ground and completed two passes for 20 yards to Terrell Blount.