The Junior Peewee team improved its record to 5-1 and a three way tie for first place with an exciting 19-15 win over the New Haven Steelers. Quarterback Nick Conlon ran for a first half touchdown and connected with Kieandre Lyman for two extra points.
The Seahawks entered the fourth quarter trailing the Steelers 15-6. Ethan Holy was on a roll scoring two touchdowns in the final quarter to bring the Seahawks back for the win. The defense was led by Holy, Caden Stanley and Anthony Dorsi who had an interception.
The Junior Peewees (5-1) will show down with the Stratford Redskins (5-1) on Saturday at 1 at Veterans Field with first place in the division on the line.
The flag football team (5 & 6 Year olds) traveled to play the Danbury Trojans and were led by standouts Jaden Spell, Kahill Tomlinson, Aiden Dowdye and Jaxson Ryan. The flag team will host Ansonia at 8 on Sunday morning at Veterans Field. The Junior Varsity team lost a competitive game with New Haven, 18-7. Quarterback Dylan Whitlow connected with Donovan Davis for the Seahawk score. Whitlow passed to Tyrell Mosley for the extra point conversion. Amber Militrano led special teams with two onside kicks and recoveries. The defense was anchored by Fredrick Nagbe and Trevor Tompkins with 10 tackles.
The Peewee team fell to New Haven, 36-0.
The Unlimited team traveled to Hamden and lost to a very talented Hurricane team, 30-0. The hawk offense was led by the hard running of Hannah Burrows, Matteao Petruzziello and Christian Lewis. The Mighty Mite team had a bye week and will return to action this week.
The Cheerleaders traveled to the New Haven Fieldhouse to compete in the State Cheerleading Competition against the Northern Pop Warner Conference. The West Haven cheer squads excelled with exhibitions on the Tiny Mite (5 & 6) and challenger level. The Lady Hawks came away with four state championships on the Mighty Mite (7-9), Peewee game day, Peewee competition and Junior Varsity game day routines.
The cheerleaders move onto the conference championships this Saturday at the New Haven Field House.
The Seahawks will host Stratford at Veterans Field this Saturday beginning at 1 with the Mighty Mite team playing on Sunday morning at 10.