By Eric Ikpe
As soon as the game started, both offenses made their presence felt scoring right out the gate.
The Bulls scored first, behind the legs of Bulls’ running back #13 Malik Allen. TheNW Falcons responded with a score of their own on the ensuing series. An impressive four play, 61 yard drive engineered by Falcons’ speedy running back, #1 Khalil Anglin, punched it in for a four yard touchdown.
The Bulls’ offensive coordinator, Corey Smith didn’t hesitate to test the Falcons’ secondary throughout the entire game. Gwen Cherry’s one, two combo led by #5 Quarterback Taron “Tyger“Dickens threw the ball several times in the air in perfect precision.
Gwen Cherry’s QB, #5 Tyger favorite two targets were #3 Wide Receiver Rashad Davis’ Jr and #1 Navar Maine, and #13 Malik Allen kept thedefense honest by pounding it on the ground, scoring all three touchdowns.
“It was a good game, and my team played well overall,” Bulls’ Head Coach Hill said. “I’m proud of Malik and the entire team. We are going to have a great year as long as we keep working.”
The Falcons’ made several strides to score again, but several penalties and a strong defense led by Bulls’ defensive lineman, #4Zion Turner, denied any access to the end zone for the rest of the afternoon.
Gwen Cherry is set to take on Liberty City Warriors’ Mitey Mites (A.K.A The Jack Boyz ) this coming Saturday afternoon which is the last team that the Swagg Boys’ to loss. The NW Falcons’ is set to play the Overtown Rattlers.
Malik Allen was selected by Generation Nexxt as the Dolphins’ Academy Player of the Game. Malik will be awarded a Dolphins Academy award, pre-game on the sidelines Miami Dolphins’ next home game.