The West Haven Seahawk football teams have concluded the regular season and have all qualified for the Southern Connecticut Pop Warner playoffs.
The Junior Varsity team (7-1) completed the regular season with a 20-14 win over the Mt. Hope (RI) Cowboys. Pearson Hill led the offensive attack with two rushing touchdowns and teammate Konye Taylor added another.
The offensive line played well and was led by Hunter Messina, Nate Osborne and Bryson Robinson. The defense who made big plays throughout the game was headed by Khani Wright, Preston Denno, Donovan Davis, Jo Jo Winder and Dante Salvatore.
The Junior Varsity team will play at Bunnell High School on Sunday, Nov. 5 at 2 p.m. against the Trumbull Rangers.
The Peewee team (7-1) hosted the Hartford Hurricanes (8-0) and lost a heartbreaker, 13-12, in overtime. The game was scoreless until late in the 4th quarter until Seahawk quarterback Jayden Roby connected with Carson Hill who made an acrobatic catch at the 1-yard line.
Fullback Trysten Dos scored on the next play to give the Seahawks a 6-0 lead with 1:05 left in the game. Hartford returned the ensuing kickoff for a touchdown to tie the game at 6-6, after West Haven blocked the extra point conversion. In overtime West Haven running back Jahzire Massey gave West Haven a 12-6 lead.
Hartford scored on 4th down and made the extra point conversion for the 13-12 overtime win. The team will travel to Bunnell High school on Nov. 5 to play Manchester at noon.
The Junior Peewee team (4-4) lost to a very talented Mt. Hope Cowboy team, 28-0. Avian Evans, Caleb Oakes and Ethan Holy played well.
The Junior Seahawks will be the 4 seed in the playoffs and play the 1 seed Stratford Redskins on Sunday Nov. 5 at Bunnell High School with a kickoff at 10.