CHARLESTOWN - The Rams scored on Chance DiFebbo's 50-yard run in the third quarter for a 12-7 victory over the Lions in Phoenixville Marian Youth Club (PMYC) Little Brothers football action Tuesday night at Charlestown Park.
DiFebbo rushed for 112 yards on 13 carries. Kyle Karkoska scored the first touchdown on a 2-yard run in the first period. Karkoska ran for 51 yards on 11 tries.
The Lions took a 7-6 halftime lead on J.T. Rowan's 22-yard scoring pass to Bobby Newman in the second period and Vaughen Edwards' conversion run.
Avery Durrell had eight yards on four carries and C.J. Weaver two yards on one snap. Weaver tried one pass that fell incomplete.
Karkoska recov two fumbles and Kyle Carney had one. Robert Lewis and Avery Durrell also stood out on defense.
David Moerman rushed for 42 yards on nine attempts for the Lions. Tyler Taney had 12 yards on three tries, Edwards five yards on two tries, Jake Sweigart two yards on one try and Rowan two yards on one call.
Rowan completed his lone pass for the TD to Newman.
Rowan, Jacob Casmay and Edwards led the defense.
In the Big Brothers contest, the Steelers ran past the Eagles, 38-12. Vinny Nattle ran for three touchdowns of 30, 18 and 38 yards in each of the first three quarters. Nattle totaled 110 yards rushing on five carries.
Ryan Yenchick ran for 56 yards on seven calls. He scored on a 40-yard run and a 28-yard pass from Kevin Nyce. Dominic Hooks 50 yards on six totes with a 22-yard TD run in the fourth quarter. Richard Martin had 18 yards on three calls, Nyce eight yards on one attempt and Kyle Ryan seven yards on one play.
Nyce completed two of three aerials for 30 yards and Nattle completed one pass for 20 yards. Nyce caught one pass for 20 yards and Yenchick grabbed two passes for 30 yards.
Martin recov a fumble. Yenchick, Bryan Walters, Jordan Valenteen and Sean Walsh also anchored the defense.
The Eagles scored in the second period on a 45-yard run by Xavier Knight and in the fourth quarter on a 2-yard run by Kevin McLaughlin.
Knight finished with 56 yards rushing on four carries, McLaughlin 21 yards on nine tries, Phillip Thompson 19 yards on two tries, Ryan Egolf 10 yards on two totes and Aaron Diana three yards on two plays.
Egolf completed both of his passes for 12 yards. Diana had both receptions.
Lorenzo Tabb, Xavier Ingram and McLaughlin sparked the defense.
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Three Little Brothers games were played on Saturday, Sept. 23.
The Bears edged the Packers, 12-7 on two touchdown runs by Kyle Shronk. The scampers cov 54 yards in the second quarter and 40 yards in the fourth quarter.
Shronk piled up 182 yards rushing on 15 carries. Patrick Giampietro wound up with 32 yards on five carries and Matt Miller 22 yards on five calls. Giampietro was 0-for-2 in passing.
Giampietro and Donte Colonna intercepted passes. Zach Smiley, Drew Vandevere, Owen Goryl and Theo McElmore geared the defense.
Rollie Hampton scored on a 21-yard run in the third quarter for the Packers. Cody Davis ran for the extra point.
Hampton led the Packers with 46 yards rushing on nine carries, James Jackson 30 yards on six calls, Trae Thompson 20 yards on four snaps and Davis 10 yards on two totes.
Davis completed one pass for nine yards to Brian Madden.
Jackson recov a fumble. Zach Gallow and Cole Rudzik also propelled the defense.
The Lions blanked the Giants, 21-0. David Moerman scored on a 5-yard touchdown run, and he also added the run for the conversion in the second quarter. Vaughen Edwards tallied on a 2-yard scoring run in the third period. Jake Sweigart ran for the point after. Tyler Taney scored on an 8-yard run in the fourth period. Edwards chipped in with the run for the extra point.
Moerman rushed for 80 yards on nine carries, Edwards 61 yards on nine carries, Taney 15 yards on four tries and Sweigart 12 yards on three snaps.
Rowan had one incomplete pass.
Newman intercepted a pass and Moerman recovered a fumble. Sweigart, Edwards, Rackwon Smith and Joe Amici stood out defensively.
For the Giants, Billy Kedra ran for 46 yards on nine attempts, Levi Hardy 15 yards on five calls, Myles Bellamy four yards on four tries and Marques Harmon two yards on one run. Jack O'Neill, Matt O'Hare and Josh Sands ignited the defense.
The Redskins also produced a shutout, beating the Cardinals, 21-0. Isaac Levine rambled for 105 yards on 12 carries, including 8- and 20-yard touchdown runs. Levine also had an extra point in the first quarter.
David Curran finished with 63 yards on 13 carries and Kent Wilkinson 36 yards on nine tries, including a 12-yard scoring run. Brett Thomas was the quarterback. Curran ran for an extra point, and Thomas passed to Connor Cassidy for another.
Matt Raniszewski, Levine and Jesse Farbstein led the defense.
For the Cardinals, Sean Hesser rushed for 47 yards on 11 tries, Ian Straka 24 yards on seven tries and Jermon Jeffers 12 yards on two carries.
James Lourusso, Brennigan Myers, Hesser and Straka anchored the Cards' defense.