Submitted by Jeff Koehn on Mon, 11/02/2015 - 1:55am
The Cape Jr. Marlins are on their way to Orlando to play in the 2015 Pop Warner Southeast Regional Playoffs.
The Marlins punched their ticket to the regionals after a victory over the Venice Vikings in this past Saturday’s Peace River Conference Pee Wee Division 2 Championship in North Fort Myers.
The Marlins not only won the Peace River championship with the victory but also exacted a certain amount of revenge defeating the Vikings who handed the Marlins their only loss of the 2015 season in week three.
Submitted by Jeff Koehn on Tue, 10/20/2015 - 1:55am
The Cape Youth Jr. Pee Wee Lightning came into this past Saturday’s final regular season game hoping to end their up and down 2015 season on a high note.
Standing between them and that goal was the Clewiston Cougars.
While the Lightning played the Cougars tough for the last three quarters of the game outscoring Clewiston 13-6, it wasn’t enough to dig themselves out of the hole created by Clewiston scoring 19 points in the first quarter.
The best the Lightning could do was come away with a respectable 13-25 defeat.
Submitted by Jeff Koehn on Tue, 10/13/2015 - 2:00am
Both the Cape Jr. Barracudas and Marlins continued their winning ways this past weekend.
But, it was not without its challenges for both teams.
The undefeated Barracudas came into Saturday’s game against the Estero Mustangs controlling their destiny as the leaders atop the Peace River Division Three standings, maintaining a one game ahead of second place Immokalee.
Submitted by Jeff Koehn on Tue, 10/06/2015 - 1:55am
Cape Junior’s Barracudas continued their march to the playoffs this past Saturday when they took on the Naples Bears at home.
The Barracudas came into the game undefeated so far this season, leading in the division three Peace River Conference Jr. Pee Wee standings.
The Barracudas got off to a quick start, scoring twice in the first quarter jumping out to a 12-0 lead. The Cudas didn’t let off the gas and continued to steamroll their opponents on their way to a 32-0 victory.