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Stanley Sadlak, Oscar Collins, Ramon Pichardo, Alex Rivera and Christian Geray.

By David Watts

October 9, 1999

Intermediates

Queens Falcons 26 N.Y. Saints 12

Alfred Alonso powered his way for the first score of the game on a 4 yard run

behind the blocking of William Mc Inerney, Alfonse Ortiz, Thomas Murphy,

Stanley Sadlak, Oscar Collins, Ramon Pichardo, Alex Rivera and Christian Geray.

The Play was set up by a 31 yard dash by Raheem Lipford.

Alfonse Ortiz exploded threw the Saints offensive line causing a fumble in the

backfield, he then retrieved the ball for a 15 yard touchdown scamper. David

Meyers accounted for a safety in the third quarter .

Vincent Lindner connected with Raheem Lipdford on a 14 yard TD pass in the

fourth quarter to cap the Falcon scoring. Charles Downs, Kevin Ornelas, Juan

Brito and Roger Cruz put in strong defensive performances in the Falcon Victory.

Position week is this week in the Warner Football Conference so the Queens

Falcon Intermediate squad will await their next opponent. The Springfield

Rifles, Rosedale Jets, Kingsbay Knights and Brooklyn Skyhawks are projected to

finish ahead of the Intermediate Falcons this season.

Pee Wee

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?s Lose to a tough Far Rockaway Team

Far Rockaway defeated the Queens Falcon Pee Wee Team 38-0

Tough loss but coach Bill Spanopoulos said the team will regroup and go back to

fundamentals this week.

The PeeWees will play at Ridgedale at 12Noon.

Queens Falcon Bantam?s

Saturday October 16, at 12 Noon , Juniper Valley Park (lower field) First place

will be at steak as the Queens Falcons face the Lynvet Blue Mustang?s. The

Lynvet?s are favored to win the division.

Queens Falcon Jr. Pee Wee?s

Sunday October 17, at 10 am Juniper Valley Park

Posted 7:02 pm, October 10, 2011
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