The East Ridge Scenic City Youth football teams won three games and lost three on Saturday at Raymond James Stadium.
The 12-under Pioneers (2-0) rolled to a 29-0 victory over the Boynton Bears.
Stephon Walker scored on runs of 45 and 35 yards for the Pioneers.
However, the East Ridge defense took advantage of Bears mistakes for two touchdowns.
James Parks scooped up a Boynton fumble and ran 40 yards and Nolan Letzgus picked off a Bears pass and returned it 35 yards for a touchdown.
Corey Chitwood, Tre Johnson, Blake Wright, Kamren Holcomb and Will Wooten all were defensive standouts for the undefeated and unscored on Pioneers.
The 12-under East Ridge Mustangs (2-0) are also undefeated and have not allowed a touchdown.
Jordan Hughley ran for an 8-yard touchdown with 3:49 remaining in the second quarter and the Mustangs defense did the rest for a 6-0 game.
Zahir Smith recovered a fumble and Chris Harris blocked a punt for East Ridge.
Defensive standouts for the Mustangs were Bucky Williams, Ta Darrell Hodge, Michael “Tika Ricketts, Austin McDaniel and Amaleki Jordan.
The powerful East Ridge 8-years-olds defeated Dayton 25-0.
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Carson Yates was impressive with seven rushes for 95 yards and two touchdowns and Brodie Swader added five carries for 95 yards and a touchdown.
JaKobe Thomas returned an interception 45 yards for a touchdown and ran for 30 yards on six attempts and Gage Sartain had three carries for 30 yards.
Quarterback Mason Long was 2-of-3 passing for 30 yards and ran for 30 yards on two carries.
Cade Dunn and Dacorian Jones led the defensive effort that posted the Pioneers first shutout of their season.
The 10-under East Ridge team lost 24-0 to Dayton.
Josh Jofres was the leading ball carrier for the Pioneers.
On defense, Wayne Janow and Cole Rizzo were standouts for East Ridge (0-2).
In one of the best games played on Saturday, the 7-year-old East Ridge Pioneers fell 19-18 on a last minute touchdown.
Chris Clay quarterbacked the East Ridge offense that produced two touchdown runs by Jaylon Moore.
A third Moore touchdown that would have been a game-winner was called back late in the game when the referee said he stepped out of bounds.
J.J Janow was a beast on defense for East Ridge spending much of the game in the Dayton backfield.
“Freight Train Byrd” ripped the football away from a Dayton player and dashed to the end zone for a touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Coach Scooter King said Nick Parrott was impressive in his first start at center for the Pioneers.
Ike King made some major hits on defense for East Ridge (1-1).
East Ridge 7s cheerleaders McKayla McCann, Katie Parnell, Carley Shockley, Elizabeth Smith, Madison Thomas, Mahala Ezell, Megan Ezell, Morgan Ezell and Jada Shockley performed a very entertaining musical cheer routine at halftime.
The East Ridge Pioneers 6s (1-1) lost to Dayton.
The East Ridge teams go on the road this week before coming home to host Homecoming 2012 on Sept. 22.