Everybody and their baby’s momma’s were lookin’ forward to the rematch of the East Side vs. the West Side! Unfortunately, nobody wanted to see it in the Sectionals because No.2 Warren Central and No.1 Ben Davis shouldn’t have been playin’ in the same bracket anyway. I’ve already gone off about the set up to get one of the best teams in the state out of the playoffs early. So I’ll leave it at that.
In a CLASSIC Battle Royale, Ben Davis got out of the joint on a ventilator 36-29 to win the Sectional Championship!! In their first meetin’ durin’ the regular season the Giants beat the brakes off of these cats 45-16 at the crib but anybody with half of a brain knew that it wasn’t goin’ to be a repeat of that foolishness. Warren Central was too good of a team to go out like some suckas.
So let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! They shut down David Bell in the first match up and he’s “That Dude” bruh!!! So he was, if nothin’ else, out to prove to boyz on the biggest stage of their rivalry that he was in fact, David Bell. Ole boy went to work scorin’ two touchdowns on 6 catches for 109 yards!!! DAVID BELL is the real deal no matter how you slice it playboy.
Warren Central jumped on these boyz and had them down 22-15 at the break and looked to be able to keep them at bay. It wasn’t until 41 seconds left in the third quarter that BD’s Joey Person popped a 4 yard run for a touchdown to tie the joint up at 22.
Talk about boyz bitin’ nails bruh! After they tied the joint the Giants strapped up and went to work pickin’ up the tempo like Twista at a house party on the west side of Chicago. They went up 29-22 after goin’ on a 70 yard drive on 8 plays endin’ with the homie Delbert Mimms 8-yard run.
Most cats would have packed it up and turned in their skates because BD has a tendency of killin’ boy’z spirits but Warren Central ain’t Dem Boyz bruh. They kept hustlin’ like some straight up G’s and Romeir Elliott returned a kickoff to the BD 37. The lil’ homie Dean Tate came in at quarterback and picked up a critical fourth and four to extend the drive. Then Elliott, who makes my all-uniform team, popped a 15 yard touchdown to tie the joint back up.
Warren Central was like Bae-Bae’s Kids! They don’t die they multiply. Boyz were goin’ NUTS out there because neither team would break. Nobody was tryin’ to go to the crib. Not on Friday night!!
Warren Central had held the BD passin’ game in check keepin’ them from gettin’ any plays longer than 14 yards. The homie Broc Thompson was held in check with only 3 catches for 20 yards with his longest gain at 8 yards.
Then with 5:05 to play the incomparable Reese Taylor, the potential Mr. Football, showed his worth findin’ the young thunder cat, KeSean Tunstill. He found ole boy down the left side line for the 52 yard two piece with a biscuit with extra sauce on the side to go up for good 36-29. That’s why he’s EVERYBODY’S Mr. Football. Ole boy finished the night with 154 yards passin’ and a TD and another 138 yards rushin’.
Johnny Adams put boyz on notice once again finishin’ with 13 carries for 177 yards. Ay, this cat is not playin’ with you boyz.
Let me put it where the goats can get it playa. This was the state championship game right here. Nobody’s goin’ to challenge Ben Davis down the stretch. Warren Central was the best team left standin’ in their way. That’s why it was a shame that they were even playin’ in the same sectional.
BD is on the west side and should have been playin’ in the same sectional with duns like Brownsburg, Avon and Plainfield. It’s terrible that somebody had to lose that ball game because they weren’t supposed to be matched up that early. Now boyz are movin’ on to the Regionals. I just hope that the round of games is as good as the sectionals. Stop me when I start lyin’!
1) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific. \
2) Ole Boy: noun – the person that I’m currently talkin’ about.
3) Twista: noun – rapper from the west side of Chicago that raps extremely fast.
The G is excluded from the endings of all words because the G is near and dear to my heart because I’m from “The G” which is Gary, Indiana. So I only use the G when I’m talkin’ about “The G!”
The caption under the photo isn’t real but its real talk!