Nadlan City - City Girls rout Cafe Rimon [p.11]

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May 15, 2006 01:15
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In week two of the Women's American Football in Israel Spring Tournament, the Nadlan City - City Girls put on a clinic on the offensive side of the ball in their 34-6 victory over Cafe Rimon last week at Kraft Family Stadium in Jerusalem. The City Girls clinched the No. 2 seed heading into the single-elimination playoff round. Burger's Bar earned the top seed by defeating Misha'an Plumbers 30-12. Also last week, Edita's Jewelry rebounded after an opening-week loss to beat the Captain's Crew 26-12. Remaining undefeated high school teams fall in week five In week five of the Yosef Goodman AFI High School League, both remaining undefeated teams lost their games, leaving a four-way tie at the top of the standings. IDT Global Services 20,Tover'z Boyz 0 In what may be the upset of the season so far, IDT dominated this game on both sides of the ball. Yedidya Rother threw three touchdown passes, two to Dan Schnel and one to Leor Ochana. Derech Hateva 26,The Jewish Press 22 In a game that saw the lead change three times in the final minute, Derech Hateva wide receiver Rafi Jaffe caught a long touchdown pass from Yoni Halberstadt with the clock winding down. The Jewish Press had one more chance to go for the win but Halberstadt picked off a pass to seal the victory. Also last week, it was: Levine Family Chashmo Jaguars 41, 8th Ltd. 14; and Goldstein & Berger Ltd. 27, The Terminators 0.

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