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Hale stars as Saints top Bengals

Friday, July 11, 2014 - Updated: 7:45 AM

Max Hale had a pair of 65-yard touchdown runs and added a 40-yard touchdown reception from Matt Hulett to lead the Saints in a 26-18 win over the Bengals in Amsterdam Little Giants NFL Flag Football action.

In addition to his touchdown pass to Hale, Matt Hulett also ran for a touchdown while Jake Hulett, Brady Amberger and Landon Crane led the way for the Saints on defense.

Anthony Montanez ran for a pair of touchdowns to lead the Bengals, who also got a touchdown run from Mathias Pereicich. Montanez, Pereicich and Riley Kenna all turned in strong efforts on the defensive side of the ball.

Chargers 20, Bears 6

Gunner Kreisel, Patrick Vidulich and Eddie Harrison all had long touchdown runs as the Chargers topped the bears.

Vidulich and Kreisel also combined with Kingston Daley to lead a strong defensive effort.

Malachi Merced accounted for the Bears' scoring with a 50-yard touchdown run. Daniel Giaimo, Jaidel Aviles and Rocco Natale led the team's charge on defense.

Raiders 26, Giants 6

Nikko Shaffer ran for a pair of touchdowns to fuel the Raiders in a winning effort.

Tomas Quinones added a touchdown run and Julien Goris returned an interception for a score for the Raiders, who got solid defensive play from Sergio Martinez, Ezequiel Santiago and Luca Pagano.

The Giants got a touchdown run from Griffin Cozzocrea and strong defensive contributions from Justin Torres, Logan Miller and Drew Traskos.

Lions 26, Buccaneers 0

Elias Saunders, Quinn Francisco, Kaiden O'Shaugnessy and Ross Sanders each had a touchdown run as the Lions knocked off the Bucs.

Saunders, Sanders and O'Shaugnessy combined with Josh Motyka to stand out on a defense that produced a shutout.

Brayden Raffery, Aiden Rafferty and Kaiden Tran were defensive stars for the Buccaneers.

-- Staff report

     

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