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[BROOKSVILLE BALLERS PROGRAM] March 9, 2013

who ran to the end zone as Rampage knocks the ball out from under Rawlings, he fumbled the ball. All at the same moment Gaynor (13) recovered the ball and then it was secured by Fliggins (41). This was not the only interception the Rampage handed over to the Ballers. Hill (10), Huff (1) and Avant (21) who made a touchdown from one interception, the challenge of this game seem to know what path it was taking.

FACING THE BEGINNING At first it seemed to be a scramble to see the Rampage could get into shape. It felt like that they were not there physically or mentally for this game. As the game started, the Ballers offense had a slow start to make any yardage to the end zone. However, when the Rampage got the ball, Ballers defensive block took control of this game. In the first quarter, Fliggins (41) grabs the first QB sack along with Mims (99) and Bowen (98) securing the down. Pauliot (48) makes the first interception of the game on the Ballers 20 yard line. Rampage fumbles near the end zone as Ballers Avant (21) scoops the ball and slides in the goal territory to put Ballers first on the scoreboard. Making that first quarter happen gave a new level of adrenalin for the Ballers. They still had a fight to conquer and still had a long way to go to the end of this anticipated face off. But as the Ballers defensive wall stood up to the Rampage, this defensive team also gave the offense something to work at. An interception by Rawlings (20),

The Rampage offense just couldn’t break the line of the Ballers defense. With Stevens (59), Rawlings (20), Pittman (7) and Mims (99) having tackled the Rampage quarterback, there was just a slither of faith left for the Rampage till the game was over. With Flowers(5) and Hill (10) switching as quarterback, Flowers with the strong passing ability and Hill executing wild cat formation, made this game something to watch. This left the Rampage facing a whole new level of talent pressing their defense. Brooksville won this game 30 to zero. As with any game in this league the confrontations can be subtle to downright aggressive and for what may I ask why? No one in this league is better than the next team. Some of the players maybe stronger offensively and/or defensively, and that leaves the door open to adapt and set your goals, however we are all family in this league and we treat each other with respect and dignity.

Each team shows strength and encouragement to become better. Don’t be stupid and talk trash to each other that it gets to personal. Each one of you desire and fight for the same thing, and that is to play football. So play football! ~alice mary herden ------------------------Duval Vs Ballers It's was by far the worst weather game you can think of, we had everything except snow, it was definitely a team effort but we had a heck of a job in front of us. It rained from the time we got to Jacksonville all the way till we left. About 2 minutes left of the 1st quarter we were all standing under this canopy that didn't keep any rain out and it was cold, rainy, wind was blowing, lighting. And not to mention the refs were being so ridiculous. In the end in OT, Ferguson (80) who kicked a punt and landed the ball near the end zone and we held them to a safety. 2-0. Fehhh. Ok. Jay Lolley (#9)

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[BROOKSVILLE BALLERS PROGRAM] March 9, 2013

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Brooksville Ballers Home Program 5 | Green-Fly Media


[BROOKSVILLE BALLERS PROGRAM] March 9, 2013

Green-Fly Media | Brooksville Ballers Home Program 5

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Baller Nation

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Brooksville Ballers Home Program 5 | Green-Fly Media


[BROOKSVILLE BALLERS PROGRAM] March 9, 2013

Green-Fly Media | Brooksville Ballers Home Program 5

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Baller Nation

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Brooksville Ballers Home Program 5 | Green-Fly Media


[BROOKSVILLE BALLERS PROGRAM] March 9, 2013

Green-Fly Media | Brooksville Ballers Home Program 5

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Baller Nation

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Brooksville Ballers Home Program 5 | Green-Fly Media


[BROOKSVILLE BALLERS PROGRAM] March 9, 2013

Green-Fly Media | Brooksville Ballers Home Program 5

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Baller Nation

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Brooksville Ballers Home Program 5 | Green-Fly Media


[BROOKSVILLE BALLERS PROGRAM] March 9, 2013

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