HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA 8
EAST SYRACUSE MINOA 18
East Syracuse Minoa recorded a 53-yard touchdown pass which would make the score 18-0 late in the third quarter. Honeoye Falls-Lima would score midway through the fourth quarter after a touchdown pass from Turner Wilson to Derek Child to make the score 18-8. HFL’s Josh Kosciol, won game MVP.
WEBSTER SCHROEDER 8
Canandaigua’s Seth Vigneri scored on two rushing touchdowns in the first half and added one in the second half. Quarterback Jack Johnston threw a touchdown pass to Mitch Pfeifer and ran one in to give the Canandaigua Braves their first win of the season.
— CanandaiguaAthletics (@CABravesSports) August 31, 2018
WEBSTER THOMAS 9
Webster Thomas’s Josh Jaworowicz scored on a quarterback keeper to give the Titans a 7-6 lead at the half. The Titans held Churchville-Chili scoreless through the second half to hold on to a victory.
— Paul Gotham (@PickinSplinters) September 1, 2018
GREECE ARCADIA 28
Greece Arcadia’s Crumity, had three rushing touchdowns on the day. Arcadia’s Jaquan Davis would punch in a late touchdown run to give the Titans a 28-17 lead. Brockport’s Jon Ellison would score late in the game to shorten the deficit midway through the fourth quarter but was not enough as Greece Arcadia moves to (1-0).
— Arcadia Football (@ArcadiaFootball) September 1, 2018
Fairport scored on a 72-yard touchdown run midway through the second quarter to give the Raiders a 10-3 lead and would become the winning touchdown.
Cadets are on the board! Noah Panepinto boots a 27-yard field goal for Hilton’s first points of the season. We’re tied 3-3 with 8:44 left in the half.🏈 pic.twitter.com/3jq3rESKoh
— Hilton Athletics (@HiltonCadets) September 1, 2018
EAST ROCHESTER/GANANDA 34
WAYNE 35 Final/OT
ER 0 8 6 14 6 34
W 7 7 7 7 7 35
Billy Thomson scored on a two-yard run as Wayne outlasted East Rochester/Gananda in a back-and-forth affair. Trailing 14-0 early, ER/Gananda rallied to take a 28-21 lead before Wayne tied the game with six minutes remaining. Wayne QB Grayson Zeneleovic connected on 15 of 20 passes for 262 yards, four touchdowns and one interception. Thomson rushed for 119 yards on 28 carries. Logan Blankenberg made eight catches for 127 yards and three touchdowns. Anthony Muratore had four catches for 95 yards and one touchdown. Jonah Pullen made 17 assisted tackles and eight solo tackles. ER/Gananda’s Jayden Castrechini rushed for 243 yards on 39 carries and scored four touchdowns.
WAYNE TD. 34-34. The extra point for the W. pic.twitter.com/WksJgKpX0t
— WayneCSD Athletics (@WCSD_Athletics) September 1, 2018
PENN YAN 34
PY 14 0 8 12 34
W 16 6 6 6 28
Penn Yan’s Connor Fingar intercepted Waterloo in the end zone on the last play of the game to preserve a 34-28 come-from-behind victory over rival Waterloo. The interception capped a stellar night for Fingar, who also recorded 25 tackles on the defensive side and caught 16 passes for 134 yards and a TD on the offensive side. Penn Yan’s (1-0) William Rogers completed 25 of 36 passes for 265 yards and 3 TDs. Waterloo (0-1) was led by Matt Barron who rushed for 78 yards on 9 carries and Derek Slywka’s 3 rushing touchdowns.
Leading 7-0 at halftime, Attica pounded the ball on the ground finishing the night with 217 yards on the ground on 35 rushes for six touchdowns. Mason Compton led the way with 60 yards on 10 carries for a touchdown. Edward Strzelec rushed the ball six times for 59 yards. Mitchell Cook had a 30-yard touchdown. Tyler Meyer scored from three yards out, Jake Gross from 26 yards, Conrad Jackowski from four and Parker Wildey had a one-yard touchdown. Attica’s did not allow a first down in the second half and recorded nine tackles for a loss in the contest. Compton made tackles, three for a loss. Hayden Kehl had eight tackles. Dawson Nelson accounted for five tackles, one sack and a fumble recovery for a touchdown. Lucas Krawczyk made two fumble recoveries.
Batavia exacted some revenge as its punishing run game netted 379 yards on just 36 carries — more than 10 yards per rush — to lead Batavia (1-0) to a convincing win over defending Class B Sectional Champ Hornell. Hornell, which beat Batavia last year in the semifinals, falls to 0-1. The Blue Devils’ Alex Rood finished with 168 yards on 13 carries and 1 score, Cody Burns 5 carries for 95 and 1 score and Ray Leach 14 carries for 88 yards and 2 scores.
Eddie Stores took the 2nd half opening kickoff 89 yards to the house and Tom Standera tossed 2 TDs to lead Letchworth/Warsaw (1-0) to a convincing 35-0 shutout win over Wellsville (0-1). L-W limited Wellsville to just 141 yards of offense.
PERRY/MT. MORRIS 28
Alex 8 16 14 14 – 50
Y/P 0 0 6 6 – 12
York had 306 yards of offense, but it wasn’t enough as Alexander (1-0) won on the road over York/Pavilion (0-1) 50-12. Y/P’s Sebastian Hackett finished with 81 yards rushing and a score, Ethan Doran 73 yards rushing and Nate Swede 66 yards rushing and a score. Y/P’s QB Matt McFarland was 6/14 for 59 yards and on defense, Colby Tillotson 10 tackles and 1 sack. Alexander led 16-0 after one and 24-0 at halftime before Y/P got on the board.
A 79-yard touchdown toss and run on the game’s first play, and a 90-yard touchdown run on the second play of the second half were all the Blue Devil defense needed to post a 16-0 shutout win over Pittsford Thursday in the Teddi Bowl III to benefit Camp Good Days & Special Times at Growney Stadium on the campus of St. John Fisher. READ MORE.