BVAYF dodges severe weather
BVAYF dodges severe weather
Although some of the games in the Blackstone Valley American Youth Football League were postponed because of torrential rain and lightning, the bulk of the schedule was played as the weather improved on Sunday.
During action in the 5th Grade Division, the Fairlawn Cardinals upended the East Providence Junior Townies, 27-17; Cumberland Colts at the Johnston Panthers was postponed; New Bedford Whales topped the Seekonk Warriors, 12-6; CLCF Chiefs smacked the Fall River Falcons, 34-0; Providence North End 49ers crushed the North Smithfield Xpress, 35-0, and the Darlington Braves blanked the West Warwick Steelers, 24-0.
The CLCF Chiefs, Providence North End and Fairlawn Cardinals are the early leaders, all at 2-0, and are followed in the standings by the Cumberland Colts and Lincoln Lions, 1-0; Darlington Braves, Johnston Panthers and New Bedford Whalers, 1-1; West Warwick, 0-1, and the North Smithfield Xpress and Fall River Falcons, 0-2.
In 6th Grade Division play, East Providence beat Fairlawn, 26-6; New Bedford topped the Upper Cape Spartans, 37-14; Cumberland Colts blasted the Woonsocket Redskins, 27-0; CLCF Chief crushed the Fall River Falcons, 39-0; North Smithfield Xpress edged the Providence North End 49ers, 6-0; and the South Attleboro White Hawks got by the Lincoln Lions, 26-20.
CLCF, South Attleboro and East Providence are 2-0, followed by Central Falls and the Providence Packers, 1-0; Lincoln, Cumberland, New Bedford, North Smithfield, Upper Cape and Fairlawn, 1-1; Darlington and Johnston, 0-1; Providence North End, Woonsocket and Fall River, all 0-2.
In Junior Mite Division games, CLCF blanked Fall River, 19-0; Central Falls and Darlington were postponed; East Providence topped Fairlawn, 20-6; New Bedford got by Upper Cape, 18-14; Providence North End belted the North Smithfield Xpress, 30-0; Seekonk topped South Attleboro, 26-0; the Woonsocket Redskins and Cumberland Colts were postponed, and South Attleboro White smacked East Providence, 27-0.
South Attleboro, Providence North End, CLCF and Seekonk are tied for first place at 2-0, followed by Lincoln, Central Falls and Cumberland, 1-0; Fall River, East Providence and North Smithfield, 1-1; West Warwick, Woonsocket, Darlington and Johnston, 0-1, and Upper Cape, East Providence, South Attleboro and Fairlawn, all 0-2.
In 4th Grade Division encounters, Johnston and the Providence Packers were postponed; Fall River topped CLCF, 19-7; Central Falls and Darlington were postponed; the Upper Cape Spartans blanked the North Smithfield Xpress, 18-0; Woonsocket Redskins outscored the Cumberland Colts, 32-14, and the South Attleboro White Hawks beat East Providence, 15-6.
Fall River, South Attleboro and Woonsocket lead the way at 2-0, followed by Johnston and Lincoln, 1-0; East Providence and Upper Cape, 1-1; Providence Packers, 0-0; Darlington and Central Falls, 0-1, and CLCF, Cumberland and North Smithfield, 0-2.
In the 7th Grade Division, Johnston and Cumberland were postponed; Fairlawn smashed East Providence, 35-6; New Bedford defeated Seekonk, 27-6; Fall River pounded CLCF, 24-7; Central Falls and Darlington were postponed, and Providence North End beat the North Smithfield Xpress, 24-0.
Providence North End is 2-0, followed by Fairlawn, New Bedford, West Warwick, Cumberland and Lincoln, 1-0; CLCF, Fall River and East Providence, 1-1; Darlington, Johnston and Central Falls, 0-1, and Seekonk and North Smithfield, 0-2.
During 8th Grade Division games, Woonsocket pounded Cumberland, 38-6; Fairlawn topped Providence North End, 19-6; Johnston and the Providence Packers were postponed; New Bedford defeated East Providence, 13-0; Seekonk slammed the South Attleboro White Hawks, 28-0; the CLCF Chiefs blanked Fall River, 28-0, and the Central Falls Panthers and Darlington Braves were postponed.
Woonsocket, CLCF and Seekonk are tied for the lead at 2-0, followed by Darlington, West Warwick, Fairlawn and New Bedford, 1-0; Providence North End and Fall River, 1-1; Providence Packers, Lincoln, Central Falls and Johnston, 0-1, and East Providence, South Attleboro and Cumberland, 0-2.