Jul 19, 2016, 10:04 am
Avery Ebanks is one of the Predators strongest defenders.
In Week 3 of the Flow 2016 Cayman Islands Flag Football Premier League, the Island Heritage Predators and the Kensington Hellcats met at the Annex on July 11.
Predators QB Jordan Stubblefield completed the majority of his passes, though the Hellcats are known in the league for their defense. Kaleb Ebanks stood out as a receiver for the Predators, catching a number of long passes and scoring two of the team’s touchdowns.
Renford Barnes, Hellcats safety, was seen numerous times attempting to fire up his teammates.
Tito Solomon is a force for the Hellcats defense.
Not only were the Predators effective offensively, however, they were also strong on defense. Baron Solomon led the way, kept the Predators motivated and made some interceptions. Jacob “Frecko” Ebanks, Hellcats QB, did his best to avoid the rush from Predators players including Michael Swaby. However, he was plagued by his receivers dropping a number of balls that would have changed the pace of the game.
Unfortunately, the Hellcats were hampered by the absence of Tito Solomon, who got hurt early and had to leave the game with the assistance of emergency medical services.
Ike Bush controls the tempo from the Hellcats defensive line.
Organizers noted that it was great to see, during and after the game, the way the two teams came together in support of an injured player.
“We all take the field and play against each other, but in the end we are all the players of the same league,” Men’s League Vice President Shawn Pitterson noted as he praised the actions of both teams.
Last week’s scores for other teams were: HSM Vipers vs. IMS Killa Bzzz 7-6, Maples Lynx vs. Guinness Lady Sharks 0-7, Anytime Fitness Wolverines vs. Maples Lynx 7-12, Burger King Panthers vs. Maples Knights 16-16, and PwC vs. Maples 0-26.