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Avengers win big Keyshawn Hall led the defense with 17 tackles and Jairus Skipper, Kevin Wood and Xavier Mack also contributed as Marlboro posted its third shutout in as many games. The team has allowed only one first down this fall and has outscored its opponents, 123 0. The Marlboro Avengers Peewee football team earned a 26 0 victory against the Clinton Jets Team 3. It was the fourth straight game that the Avengers defense did not allow a point or a first down. Ervin Wilkins, Shean Rheams and Cameron Munoz led the strong defensive effort. Caleb Mable, Wayne Young, Tyrik Blount and Brandon Stewart scored touchdowns and Dhane Blair also contributed to the ground game as the offense amassed more than 150 yards. Nicholas Maclin, Asa Williams and Rasheed Finklea also contributed in the victory. Triple Nickel ties Silver Hill The Marlboro Triple Nickel Peewee football team played Silver Hill to a 12 12 tie, moving its record to 2 1 1. Trenton Boone scored Marlboro first touchdown on a 64 yard run. Tyrus Pincham added the other touchdown on a 55 yard quarterback sneak. Brandon Vessels led the defense with four pulled flags, while Vernon Harris and Pincham each had three and Chazz Harley and Boone each added one. Mekayle Powell, Dorian Strong, Rashid Davis and Quentin Scott all played well in the defensive secondary. The Prince George Falcons Mighty Mites football team improved to 2 1 with a 21 14 victory against the Southern Maryland Eagles. Quarterback Isiah Williams had a 40 yard touchdown run and tossed a 50 yard touchdown pass to Avonte Rutherford, who has run for six touchdowns in three games. Collin Palmer added a 57 yard touchdown run. Mason Wade and David Smith led the defense, each with three tackles and two sacks. Brandon Thomas, Zaire Farmer, Kelvin Richardson, Imari Cherry and John Butts also made key tackles. Anthony Morales, Jaron Fernandors, Nelson Coronado, Diarra Brown and Derrick Wheatley led the offensive line, and Marvyn Christmas, Tabias Clark, Gerry Evans and Bradley Speed also provided strong blocking. The Prince George Falcons Pony B football team improved to 3 1 with a 6 0 victory against Montgomery Village. Elijah Bilah, Asante Johnson, Walker Love, Arick Simms, Jeffrey Freeland and Ryan Wilcox controlled the line of scrimmage on defense. Brock Porter, Xavier Robinson, Chason Henry, Omari Johnson, Kelly Rowles and Darious Garnett led the way for the Falcons offensive line. Christopher Martinez, Michael Thomas, Rodney Adams and Timothy Hale led the special teams. The Team Turner U 10 boys basketball team improved to 4 0 in Force 1 Fall league play with a 29 17 victory on Saturday against the Classics and a 19 7 win against the Maryland Madness. Bryce Vicks, Jelani Chapman, Miguel Palacio, Juwan Jackson, Brian Davis, Darien Jones, Lennard Long, Anthon Cardona Rosa and Chyree Walker combined for 17 points, 18 rebounds and 12 steals against the Madness. Assault U 11 boys basketball team won for the third time in Force One League play in Silver Spring, beating the U 12 Metro All Stars, 36 30. Aaron Thomas, Adam Hamilton, Develle Phillips, Donavin Smith, Isaiah Martin, Jamal Wright, Jamal Watson, Jiar Watson, Jordan Barr, Justin Route, Michael Jackson, Ra Hines and Stevon Douglass combined for 18 rebounds, nine steals, seven assists and 13 field goals, including six three pointers. The Assault led 21 12 at halftime before the All Stars closed the game to 26 23 in the first three minutes of the second half. The Assault then controlled the rest of the game en route to the win. The Prince George County Boys and Girls Club American League South Peewee football season continued Saturday with four games at Clinton Sports Park. Marlboro Team 4 and Silver Hill played to a 12 12 tie. Clinton Team 2 was an 18 6 winner against District Heights. Marlboro Team 2 earned a 26 0 shutout victory against Clinton Team 3. Fort Washington beat Forestville, 18 12. Clinton Team 1 was credited with a win by forfeit against Allentown. The Maryland Ruff Riders cheerleading squad is holding tryouts for its U 11 through U 14 girls teams. The squad cheers for all of the Ruff Rider basketball teams and also competes in local competitions. Call coach Lisa Davis at 202 538 6469. Star Power Cheerleading Academy seeks boys and girls who are ages 8 to 15 as of May 31. at 515 Commerce Drive in Upper Marlboro. Oct. 13 at Oxon Hill High School. The league is organized, but offers developmental teamwork and physical fitness. Games will be played Saturdays starting Jan. 5 at community centers in southern Prince George County. There will be co ed age groups for 7 8, 9 10, 11 12, 13 14 and 15 16. Registration sessions will be held in November. There will also be Peewee leagues for ages 5 6, with games on Sundays starting Dec. 5. Peewee registration will be held in October. Registration is per player with a valid M NCPPC identification card. Call 301 203 6000 for information or to find out if the M NCPPC community center in your neighborhood will be offering teams. The Maryland Ruff Riders are hosting a Pre Turkey Jam: Round 2 Basketball Tournament Nov. 16 18 for boys and girls team agesU 8 through U 14. The cost is per team. Call coach Steve Jiggetts at 240 463 5577. Holiday Classic basketball tournament for boys AAU teams ages 8 to 16 will be held Dec. area. Thursdays at Fairmont Heights High School. Players ages 9 to 14 may participate, with Sept. 1 being the cutoff date for the next highest age level. Call coach Willie Piner at 301 404 8494 or 301 333 8349 or coach Jones at 301 787 7662. Basketball coach Bryan Chase will offer Friday evening training sessions aimed at giving players an edge for upcoming school and club team tryouts. Call 301 655 9802. The Forestville Falcons Football Program is looking for players ages 10 to 14 for its unlimited and intermediate teams for this fall. There are no residential boundary restrictions. The Top Flight Rockets U 13 basketball team is holding open tryouts for the upcoming AAU and YBOA seasons. Players should be born after Sept. 1, 1994 and in the 7th or 8th grades. Tryouts will be held in the Mitchellville area. Call coach Pruitt at 301 773 7904. The Maryland Ruff Riders are starting a new U 8 boys basketball team. Players must be in the second grade this school year. Call coach Bob Cunningham at 240 604 6905. The Maryland Ruff Riders girls basketball team seeks players to compete in summer tournaments and the United States Junior Nationals. Players must be ages 13 to 14 or in the seventh or eighth grade. Call coach Mike Briscoe at 301 752 1463. The Maryland Ruff Riders boys basketball program seeks players for local and out of town tournaments and the AAU and YBOA summer nationals. Players must be ages 12 to 14 or in the sixth through eighth grade. Call coach Steve Jiggetts at 240 463 5577.