CFCFPC Ottawa (MVPs): Team Central vs Team Halton-Peel Grade 7s

In the Team Central versus Team Halton-Peel grade seven match-up, Team Central ran away with the game early with a final score of 64-0. With some monstrous performances by individual players, Omarion Martin Pendley stood out as overall MVP with Julius Joseph-Brown being named as the offensive MVP and Kaden Charles as the defensive MVP.

RB Omarion Martin Pendley (Central), the overall MVP.

Running back Omarion Martin Pendley (#3 Central) wasted no time putting his stamp on the game. He had a total of four rushing touchdowns, all eclipsing 30-yards, and a successful point after attempt. He said that running hard and earning those scores was his own personal highlight. “It’s a pleasure (being named MVP). I like it; I deserved it,” he added.

RB Julius Joseph-Brown (Central), the offensive MVP.

Fellow running back Julius Joseph-Brown (#0 Central) was one score shy of Pendley’s record. He had three touchdowns himself, one of which was a 45-yard run, and a successful point after attempt. “It is great, man. It feels good,” he said about his MVP selection. “It was a good game. Everyone played hard, my teammates, even the opponents.”

Lawrence Hooper, the head coach of Team Central, had a little bit of an idea of what he could expect from Pendley and Joseph-Brown. “Omarion was exactly what we thought he would be. He literally scored every time he touched the ball,” he said. “Julius played really well (also).”

DL Kaden Charles (Central), the defensive MVP.

Lineman Kaden Charles (#99 Central) was manning the fort, keeping Team Halton-Peel off the scoreboard. He had some tackles for losses in the game. “Well, I just played the gap, rushed through the gap. When I saw the running back, I tackled him,” he said. “My personal highlight was when I laid out the running back.”

Marcus Obal, the head coach of Team Halton-Peel, felt that the MVP selections were “deserving. From what I saw, the three that they picked deserved to get those awards.”

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