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South King County Junior Football League – Week 2

Editor’s Note: To view individual game highlights, please visit the “Little League” section of our website under the “Sports” category.


CD Panthers 12, Rainier White Ravens 0

The Lil’ Panthers remain undefeated as they posted a shutout win over the White Ravens.

Emerald City Seahawks 34, Seatac Sharks 0

The Lil’ Haws got a big road win against the fiesty Sharks.

Rainier Beach 1, Rainier Green Ravens 0

Forfeit win

Sweet Peas

Seatac Sharks 32, Emerald City Seahawks 19

Rainier Green Ravens 34, Rainier Beach 0

CD Panthers 1, Rainier White Ravens 0

Forfeit win


Copyright Seattle Medium 29cRainier Green Ravens 39, Rainier Beach 6

Emerald City Seahawks 39, Seatac Sharks 7

CD Panthers 26, Rainier White Ravens 2





Copyright Seattle Medium 40 front cbRainier Green Ravens 34, Rainier Beach 0

Seatac Sharks 34, Emerald City Seahawks 0

CD Panthers 25, Rainier White Ravens 13


CD Panthers 31, Rainier White Ravens 0

Seatac Sharks 1, Emerald City Seahawks 0

Forfeit win

Rainier Beach 1, Rainier Green Ravens 0

Forfeit win

 It’s not too late to play little league football this season. The Rainier Beach Vikings have open roster spots in all divisions: Peewees (5/6 year olds), Sweet Peas (7/8 year olds), Bantams (9/10 year olds), Juniors (10/11 year olds), and Seniors (13/14 year olds).

Greater Seattle Youth Football & Cheer League – Week 1

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe Greater Seattle Youth Football & Cheer League opened its inaugural season last week with a full slate of games. The newly formed league features some familiar faces – Beacon Hill Cowboys, SWAC Cougars, Rainier Eagles, Kent Cobras and Renton Rangers – and two brand new teams  – Pacific Highway Chargers and Brave Pride. The league feature four divisions — Peewees (6-7 year olds), 89ers (8-9 year olds), Juniors (10-11 year olds) and Seniors (12-14 year olds) — and is affiliated with American Youth Football (AYF).


OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERARenton Ranges 27, Rainier Eagles 0

With only 8 players on the field, the Eagles could not keep up with the Rangers – who are considered by many to be one of the top teams in the league.

Beacon Hill Cowboys 13, Kent Cobras 6

SWAC 12, Pac Highway Chargers 6


Renton Rangers 26, Rainier Eagles 7

Beacon Hill Cowboys 13, Kent Cobras 6

SWAC 19, Pac Highway Chargers 13


OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERABeacon Hill Cowboys 34, Kent Cobras 0

The Cowboys opened the season with an impressive win over Kent.

Renton Rangers 42, Rainier Eagles 0

The Rangers look like they are in mid-season form.

SWAC 25, Pac Highway Chargers 7

The Cougars look like they are a team to be reckoned with.


 OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERABrave Pride 13, Pac Highway Chargers 0

The Pride rallied late to post an impressive win over the Chargers. The Chargers have a solid team, look for them to bounce back from this heartbreaking loss.

Beacon Hill Cowboys 27, Kent Cobras 6

Rainier Eagles 33, Renton Rangers 0

Rainier Eagles 51, SWAC 12 (Game played Aug 17.)

Bantams Rainier Green Ravens 39, Rainier Beach 6

Copyright The Seattle Medium web 29Led by their quarterback tandem of Leland Ward and Malachi Wayman the Green Ravens improved to 2-0.   The offensive line play was stellar as running backs Jalen Dixon, Sir’Asaad “Shaki” Davis, Donovan Lowe, Dante Hanes Jr., Rogelle “Silk” Harris, Jacolby Cochran, Elijah McClain, and James “Duke” Scott all scored for the Ravens.  The Ravens defense with big hits from Anthony “Big Tone” Wayman, Jaelin Hubbard, and Kafipeti “KP” Fonua forced three turnovers including an interception and a big return by Aengus Gilligan.

Juniors: Rainier Green Ravens 34, Rainier Beach 0

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The Rainier Green Ravens played a relentless defensive game, which led to a 34-0 shutout win over the Rainier Beach Vikings. A’Skhari Davis opened things up for the Ravens with the first of his two touchdowns on the day (30, 40 yards respectively). The Ravens followed that up with a 10 yard touchdown run by Jayquan Ingram and a 45 yard touchdown run by Malik Jones. Tanford Russell gained 80 yards off a pass reception and quarterback Trey Morris punched it in for the score. On the defensive side of the ball, Conner Dassa-Holland and Jourdan Carter each recorded an interception. Despite the score, Rainier Beach fought hard and gave a valiant effort until the end.

Bantams: Emerald City Seahawks 39, Seatac Sharks 7

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Emerald City’s Marquise Roy got things going early as he threw a beautiful 50 yard touchdown pass to DeAndre Gill. On the very next drive, the Sharks drove down field to take a 7-6 lead. The Seahawks quickly adjusted to the Sharks ground and pound game and took control of the game. Roy and Gill hooked up for two more touchdown passes along with an electrifying touchdown run from Ronald “Wayne” Miller as the Seahawks took a commanding 27-7 lead at halftime. In the second half, Roy and Gill connect for a fourth touchdown pass, and Yanis Fisher scored on a 60 yard run down the sideline to bring the final score to 39-7. Defensively, the Seahawks were led by Jamell Dillon, Bill Vaouli, Jr., Donte Jones, Del-Lil Downs and “Big Zack.” After a rocky start, the defense got rolling and did not allow the Sharks to get another first down for the rest of the game.

Seniors: Beacon Hill Cowboys 27, Kent Cobras 6

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The Cowboys went on the road and got a big win over the Cobras. The Cowboys’ Darrien Sampson had a great day running the ball, as he scored several touchdowns on the day. Anthony Stills also had a stellar performance for the Cowboys as he led the defense with some hard hits, and added a touchdown of his own on offense. Overall, the Cowboys defense played well, but a broken tackle prevented them from coming away with a shutout win.

Juniors: Seatac Sharks 34, Emerald City Seahawks 0

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Seattle Medium

With great play on both sides of the ball, the Sharks posted a shutout victory over the Seahawks. The Sharks’ offense was led by Mark Tafia, Micheal “Bubba” Ulugalu and Tamaaulelei. The Shark defense was led by Fia Kamoto, Areck Savelio and Devonte Brooks.

Sweet Peas: Seatac Sharks 32, Emerald City Seahawks 19

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Seattle Medium

The Sharks posted a solid victory against a very tough Seahawks team. The Sharks got touchdowns from five different players —  Nyjean Sterling (5 yds), Romeeko Roberson (25 yds), Caleb Presley (40 yds), Lyndon Vaivao (30 yds) and Alias Ramirez (60 yds) – as they improved to 2-0 on the year. The Sharks’ defense was led by Aaron Sokimi, Chance Guadiz and Kesean Burks-Jones.