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COWBOYS MOVE PAST RAIDERS

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By Regina Shiroma

After getting the handoff from Cowboys’ quarterback Jared “Stanley” Gomez, running back Gabriel Stanley grabs the first down for this team. (photo by Jesse Castro)

After getting the handoff from Cowboys’ quarterback Jared “Stanley” Gomez, running back Gabriel Stanley grabs the first down for this team. (photo by Jesse Castro)

Sitting in the middle of the Metgot division standings standings, the 4th placed Cowboys and the 5th placed Raiders faced off in the quarterfinals of the GNYFF youth football league Saturday at Eagle field.

Cowboys’ Gabriel Stanley saved the day with his two touchdowns to lead his team to an 18-6 win, ending the Raiders’ chance at defending their championship title.

Both teams played a well-fought game, though a messy one due to the heavy rain pouring down, but a well-fought game nonetheless. The first half ended in a stalemate, however both teams came out storming in the second.

Noah Diaz returned a 70-yard kickoff return touchdown to open the second half and put the Raiders up 6-0. The ball took a bounce and Diaz booked it down the sideline causing an uproar

Stanley runs out wide and nearly breaks in two different plays but not before being pushed out of bounds by Javier Cruz and Diaz respectively.

Thanks to big runs by Stanley and runs of his own, quarterback Jared Stanley Gomez faked the handoff and ran in for a 12-yard touchdown to tie the game at 6-all.

Stanley would go on to score two 30+ yard touchdowns, running wide and down the sidelines. Stanley had the defense beat in his first touchdown, running in for a 35-yard touchdown. In his second, Stanley ran wide right, but with a defender coming at him at an angle, Stanley cut back in and continued his race to the end zone.

The Cowboys advance to the semifinals and will go up against the first placed Angels next week.

In other games:

Manha: Cowboys 19, Giants 13

Manha: Angels def. Eagles by forfeiture

Metgot: Angels 7, Eagles 0

Matua: Raiders 14, Angels 8

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Cowboys’ quarterback Jared “Stanley” Gomez runs down the sideline to get his team a first down at the 14 yard line. (photo by Jesse Castro)

Cowboys’ quarterback Jared “Stanley” Gomez runs down the sideline to get his team a first down at the 14 yard line. (photo by Jesse Castro)

Raiders’ Kekoa Gamboa runs down Cowboys’ quarterback Jared “Stanley” Gomez as he takes the ball out-of-bounds at the 25 yard line. (photo by Jesse Castro)

Raiders’ Kekoa Gamboa runs down Cowboys’ quarterback Jared “Stanley” Gomez as he takes the ball out-of-bounds at the 25 yard line. (photo by Jesse Castro)

Raiders’ running back Enrique Macias gets the handoff from quarterback Darren Cruz for a gain in yards. (photo by Jesse Castro)

Raiders’ running back Enrique Macias gets the handoff from quarterback Darren Cruz for a gain in yards. (photo by Jesse Castro)

Cowboys’ Jerome Urdaneta runs a sweep right and faces incoming Raiders defender 32 and was unable to gain any yards for his team. (photo by Jesse Castro)

Cowboys’ Jerome Urdaneta runs a sweep right and faces incoming Raiders defender 32 and was unable to gain any yards for his team. (photo by Jesse Castro)

Cowboys’ Jeramyah Takano dives for the fumbled ball and gains possession for his team. (photo by Jesse Castro)

Cowboys’ Jeramyah Takano dives for the fumbled ball and gains possession for his team. (photo by Jesse Castro)

Cowboys’ third down on the 21 yard line face off against the Raiders defensive line. (photo by Jesse Castro)

Cowboys’ third down on the 21 yard line face off against the Raiders defensive line. (photo by Jesse Castro)

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