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Thompson lifts Raiders in Little Giants

Friday, July 18, 2014 - Updated: 10:08 AM

Ceasar Thompson turned in a stellar all-around performance with two touchdown passes and two interception returns for touchdowns as the Raiders topped the Seahawks, 28-0, in an Amsterdam Little Giants NFL Flag Football game.

Leo Perez and Dominic Pagano caught touchdown passes for the Raiders, while Vinnie Pagano and Cameron Moak were solid on defense.

Kevin Greene, Jayden Taylor and Justin Santiago led the defensive effort for the Seahawks.

Steelers 28, 49ers 0

The Steelers returned three interceptions for touchdowns -- two by Sammy Hotaling, one by K.J Constantino -- in their shutout win over the 49ers.

Devon Wilson added a touchdown runs for the Steelers, who got strong defensive games from Connor Cozzocrea, Jaeden Cotugno and Isaiah Ganastegui.

Philip Reo, Bobby Vitus and Mekhi Curry were defensive standouts for the 49ers.

Steelers 6, Jets 0

Sammy Hotaling's 30-yard interception return for a touchdown proved to the the difference as the Steelers won a defensive struggle.

Hotaling, K.J. Constantino and John Carbone led the way in the preserving the shutout for the Steelers.

The Jets got solid defensive performances from Carolyn Sculco, Tomek Kowalczyk and Rosalie Sculco.

Broncos 28, Raiders 0

Josiah Newborn returned two interceptions for touchdowns and ran for a third score as the Broncos blanked the Steelers.

Xavier Acevedo added a touchdown run and led the defensive effort alongside Newborn and Brayden Mickel.

Victor Dueno, Gabriel Rivera and Leo Perez starred on defense for the Raiders.

Steelers 30, Saints 12

Jude Flint ran for a touchdown and returned an interception for a score to lead the Steelers past the Saints.

Santino Carbone, Aiden Butler and Anthony Dicaterino added touchdown runs for the Steelers, who were paced on defense by Jordan Moore, Dylan Stark and Michael Pritchard.

Matt Hulett and Jack Hulett each had a touchdown run and the trio of Jordan Brinkerhoff, Brady Apholz and Max Hale were solid on defense for the Saints.

Chargers 26, Giants 6

Giovanni Gonzalez bookened the game with two 65-yard touchdown runs to pave the Chargers' way to a win.

Patrick Vidulich and Eddie Harrison also ran for touchdowns for the Chargers, while Aiden Zepperi, Kingston Daley and Gunner Kreisel were defensive standouts.

The Giants got a touchdown run from Drew Traskos and good defensive play from James Bartow, Justin Tomes and Logan Miller.

Lions 18, Raiders 6

Ross Saunders ran for a 60-yard touchdown, Eli Saunders added a touchdown run and Bradley Savoie threw a touchdown pass to Josh Motyka to propel the Lions to victory.

Savoie, Eli Saunders and Dilynn Umiola led the Lions on defense.

The Raiders got a touchdown run from Julien Goris.

-- Staff report

     

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