By Dre’Quinn Johnson, Contributing Writer
Play Marin, from the local area, came into The Q with 7 players and added a few of the men from the yard to play with them. Riddle-Terrell threw for four tds to DeSean Nichols, Johnny Lee, Bryant Underwood and Keiandre Arrington. He also ran for one.
The Yard Players-20
Cornell Swain came in by himself and drafted a team from players who either didn’t make The Q’s premiere team, or, chose to sit out try outs and wait to play as fill ins for teams that come down the hill. All Madden dominated the players, getting scored on by defensive mistakes.
Andre Jackson and The Chosen made their return to The Q and came away with a win against All Madden in a close game that came down to the last pass getting intercepted 2 yards outside of the end zone.
After the game, Jackson told the closing the circle “It’s not about the game or winning, it’s about how you win or lose and how you give glory to God in the process.”
Play Marin made their second trip to The Q and played a better game, however, Riddle-Terrell was hot at the QB position, throwing three touchdowns to WR Johnny Lee.
Marin Rugby Team-42
All Madden had a lead at one point of 20-6 before the Rugby Players kicked into gear and began doing back pitches and cross field laterals to get back into the game.
WR Johnny Lee started at the QB position kept the team ahead in the first half with good decisions to pass or run, only giving up 1 interception to 4 passing tds to DeSean Nichols, Kie’Andre Arrington, Hassan Halfin. In the second half, Riddle-Terrell – returning from a visit straight to the football field and wearing stars and stripes socks – suited up and tossed four more tds (2 to Lee, one to Andrew Watkins and one to equipment manager Michael Pulido) and ran for one.