CHAMPION BENGALS
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The stage is set for the JCC of Bayonne’s 2013 Indoor Flag Football Sr. Division Championship bout as the (11-1) Bengals lock horns with (6-7) Chargers. Right from the get go, the Bengals proved they meant business as TDs by James Bajor, Michael Tedesco, Jared and Drew Radil propelled the men in black out to a 24-0 advantage. While the Bengals stormed the endzone, the Chargers finally put up a score as their spectacular rookie Ahmad McGill latched onto a 30 yard TD strike. Leading 24-6, the Bengals’ James Bajor found paydirt for a second time with a twisting TD jaunt to make it 30-6, Bengals. After dominating the action during the Chargers’ playoff victory, James Johnson returned to his winning form as Johnson battled up court for a TD to cut the Bengals’ lead to 30-12. The Bengals continued to keep the surging Chargers in their wake as James Bajor’s third TD of the game made it 36-12. Undaunted, the Chargers plowed forward as Ryan Giocoli and Alejandro Cifuentes secured catches to set up two TD dashes by Johnson as a late surge by the Chargers cut the Bengals’ lead to 36-24. With their lead reduced to 12 points, the Bengals turned to their playmaker Malachi Smith to give them some breathing room and Smith quickly answered with a goal to goal TD grab and a two point run stretching the Bengals advantage to 44-24. As the outcome loomed near, the Bengals’ Lucas Neukirchner put the finishing touches on the victory as he took the reins at QB to runt out the clock. Congratulations to all our players, and coaches and thank you to all those fans that pack our gym and help make this program such a huge success. Week 10 Sr. Division:Offensive Player of the week – James Johnson – Chargers, Defensive Player of the week – Alejandro Cifuentes- Chargers, Teamwork/ Leadership Player of the week – James Bajor - Bengals
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