Week 3 Wraps Up For Youth Football Squads

By  //  September 10, 2012

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BREVARD COUNTY • WEST MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Division races are heating up as Brevard County Youth Football and Cheerleading Association teams completed the third week of the regular season on Saturday.

Sebastian's Wendell Bethel runs for a first down while pursued by West Melbourne's Gordon Eaddy during a Mighty Mites division youth football game at Rodes Park on Sept. 8. (Image by Christey Krause)

In the South Conference, once again West Melbourne is leading or tied for first place in all seven tackle divisions with perfect records of 3-0.

Palm Bay’s Juniors division squad is tied with West Melbourne for a share of first place at 3-0.

The West Melbourne Cowboys (3-0) are a half-game ahead of the Palm Bay Pirates (2-0) in the Senior division standings.

North Conference

The North Conference standings are a bit more competitive at this stage of the year.

The Rockledge Raiders are leading in the Jr. Rookies and Rookies divisions with records of 3-0.

However in the Mighty Mites division Suntree/Viera (2-0) is a half-game ahead of Rockledge (2-1).

The Raiders (3-0) are in first in the Pee Wees division, while the Suntree/Viera Lightning are tied at 3-0- with co-leader Rockledge in the Bantams division standings.

By virtue of Suntree/Viera’s 17-0 win over South Beaches on Saturday at Viera Regional Park, the Lightning (2-1) are tied for first in the Juniors division race with Rockledge    (2-1).

In the Seniors divison, the Titusville Terriers and Suntree/Viera lead the standings with records of 2-1.

Coming up

In games this weekend:

 •  Sebastian travels to meet Bayside at Bayside High School

 •  Suntree/Viera will visit Merritt Island at Mitchell Ellington Park

 •  Titusville ventures south to play the Palm Bay Pirates at Veterans Park

 •  South Beaches faces Rockledge at Rockledge Park

 •  Melbourne will take a cross-town journey to take on West Melbourne at Rodes Park.

Most Port St. John teams will have a bye this week.


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