Martin and Serce lead stifling IHS defense; Shonitsky late touchdown clinches Arcadia win

Aquinas improved to 2-0 with a 49-7 win over Binghamton (III) (Photo: Christopher Cecere)

Bishop Kearney/Rochester Prep 12
Cardinal O’Hara 41
Cardinal O’Hara scored 35 points in the first half and held Bishop Kearney/Rochester Prep to just 12 points in the second half. CJ Masters went 10/15 for 140 yards and had 1 touchdown. Brandon Broadnax had 8 Carries for 42 yards and added 3 touchdowns. Defensively, he recorded a forced fumble, fumble recovery and had three tackles.

Greece Athena 7
Irondequoit 42
Led by the outside dominance of senior defensive end Cameron Martin and hole plugger senior captain Nick Serce, the Eagles held the Trojans to just 42 yards offense through three periods and watched as their offensive mates dissected the Trojan defense all afternoon. READ MORE. 

Greece Olympia/Odyssey 10
Webster Thomas 22


Leadership Academy 6
Edison/SWW 14 Final/OT
Both teams were held scoreless in the first half. Edison Tech/SWW’s Cathey recorded a rushing touchdown in the third quarter. Benard recorded the winning touchdown in OT after a 13-yard touchdown reception. A two-point conversion by Cathey gave them a 14-6 lead and Edison/SWW held on in OT on the defensive side to win.

Monroe 0
East 32
Anthony Gilbert completed 11 of 13 passes for 222 yards including a 55-yard strike for a touchdown to Freddie Brock on East’s first drive. READ MORE.

Binghamton 7
Aquinas 49
Caron Robinson scored three times, on runs of 27 and 94 yards, and connected with Tyler Szalkowski on a 56-yard scoring pass and finished with 121 yards on just two carries. READ MORE.

Greece Arcadia 14
Penfield 7
It was a defensive showdown as each team held their opponents to only seven points in the first half. Greece Arcadia’s Brian Shonitsky ran in for a touchdown with 10 seconds left in the game to put the Titans up 14-7.

Bath Haverling 12
Dansville 20
BATH-The Bath-Haverling Rams hosted the Dansville Mustangs in their home opener Saturday night. Dansville came in 1-0 while the Rams were 0-1. Dansville took advantage of the youthful Rams mistakes and held on to win their second straight to start the season defeating Bath 20-12. After committing 11 turnovers in their season opening 47-0 loss at Attica in week one. The Rams committed six more turnovers in week two. Dansville was able to score two touchdowns off those turnovers. Dansville struck first scoring on a 19 yard touchdown run from senior Trevor Shotwell on 3rd and 19 with 3:42 remaining in the first quarter. Dansville led 6-0 at the end of the first quarter. With one second remaining in the 2nd quarter on the Bath 20 yard line Dansville executed a beautiful Hook and Ladder play with senior Brody Stone scoring the touchdown, following the 2-point conversion Dansville led 14-0 at Halftime. Bath junior quarterback Kaden Adams got the Rams on the board with a two yard touchdown run with 6:01 remaining in the 3rd quarter. However the Mustangs would answer with 62 yard touchdown run from Shotwell to make it 20-6 with a 5:13 remaining in the 3rd quarter. 5’7 206 LBS Bath Junior Fullback Cordell Galvan scored on an 11 yard touchdown run with 1:40 remaining in the 3rd quarter to make it 20-12. The Ram defense did its job in the 4th quarter but the offense wasn’t able to reach the end zone giving us a 20-12 Dansville victory. Bath was led by Senior Kyle Rinker with 17 Carries for 108 yards rushing. Adams carried the ball 9 times for 53 yards and a touchdown. While Galvan carried it 12 times for 77 yards and a touchdown. Adams was 2-for-8 passing for 19 yards. Senior Seth Walden led the Bath defense with 5 tackles.

Bath RB Cordell Galvan receives a handoff from QB Kaden Adams as the Rams line holds back Dansville’s Hayden Meyer (72) . Photo provided by Bath Football.

Dundee 16
Clyde-Savannah 34

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