Friday Wrap: Gates-Chili’s Fadden has big offensive night; Wayne’s defense shines in shutout

Batavia’s Ray Leach (34) rolls over Letchworth’s CJ Hallopeter (17) during first-half action. (Photo: Mark Gutman/Batavia Daily News)

Spencerport 21
Irondequoit 43
Irondequoit had a commanding lead of 27-7 at the half after Irondequoit’s Freddy June scored four total touchdowns with two passing and two rushing in the first half.

Gates-Chili 59
Leadership Academy 32
Gates-Chili scored 40 points in the first half as Marcus Fadden led the Spartans with 21 carries for 266 yards and had three touchdowns. Traylon McCray had an interception, a rushing touchdown and 96 return yards. Jonathon Rowley threw for 297 yards and had three touchdowns and Maurice Glenn had 8 receptions for 279 yards and had two touchdowns for Leadership.

Brighton 7
Brockport 10
Brighton scored first and managed to hold a 7-3 lead at the half. Brockport’s Kyle Palka ran it in from 2 yards out midway through the fourth quarter to give them a 10-7 lead. Brockport would hold Brighton from scoring in the second half.

Canandaigua 31
Eastridge 21
Matt Vierhile’s kickoff following that TD rolled to the five yard line where CA recovered. That led to a field goal by Vierhile to give them a lead they would never lose as they raised their record to 3-0. READ MORE.

Geneva 42
Midlakes 0

Wayne 48
Palmyra-Macedon 0
Wayne’s defense allowed only 44 total yards of offense to Palmyra-Macedon. Grayson Zenelovic went 9-11 with 141 yards passing and had two touchdowns in three quarters. Billy Thomson had 10 carries for 92 yards and had one touchdown in the first half. Glen Eldridge had 11 carries for 79 yards and had two touchdowns in second half. Logan Blankenberg had 4 catches for 104 yards and had a touchdown in first half while adding two interceptions.

East Rochester/Gananda 49
Penn Yan 36

PENN YAN — In a battle of two Top-20 Class C teams, the ER/Gananda Bombers outlasted the Penn Yan Mustangs 49-36 in a offensive battle. Fifteenth-ranked ER/G’s Jayden Castrechini scored 4 touchdowns and gained 252 yards from scrimmage (142 rushing and 110 receiving. QB Corywn Cleveland gained 155 yards on the ground with 3 scores and completed all 5 of his passes for another 160 yards and two aerial scores. ER/G rolled to a 34-16 halftime lead, enroute to a 490-yard offensive night. Will Rogers, the 19th-ranked Mustangs (2-1) prolific passing QB — who entered the game completing 55 of 76 passes for 644 yards in his first two games — was held in check most of the night, finished the night just 10-of-17 for 170 yards and two scores, but the Bombers also picked him off three times ending drives. Rogers also ran 12 times for 93 yards and 1 score. Connor Fingar gained 153 yards from scrimmage — 72 rushing and 81 receiving — with 3 scores.

ER 14 20 15 0 49
PY 8 8 12 8 36
ER Jayden Castrechini 65 Yd Pass From Corwyn Cleveland (Failed 2-Point Conversion)
PY Connor Fingar 43 Yd Pass From Will Rogers (Will Rogers Run)
ER Corwyn Cleveland 6 Yd Run (Jerry Brongo Run)
ER Corwyn Cleveland 52 Yd Run (Failed 2-Point Conversion)
PY Connor Fingar 4 Yd Run (Will Rogers Run)
ER Jayden Castrechini 17 Yd Run (Failed 2-Point Conversion)
ER Jayden Castrechini 22 Yd Pass From Corwyn Cleveland (Corwyn Cleveland Run
ER Jayden Castrechini 1 Yd Run (Corwyn Cleveland Run)
ER Will Rogers 3 Yd Run (Failed 2-Point Conversion)
ER Corwyn Cleveland 7 Yd Run (Colin Byrant Kick)
PY Connor Fingar 18 Yd Run (Failed 2-Point Conversion)
PY Brennan Pather 32 Yd Pass From Will Rogers (2-Point Conversion)

C.G. Finney 30
Oakfield/Elba 46

Webster Schroeder 13
Pittsford 16

Churchville-Chili 13
Victor 42
The Victor football team remains undefeated after a convincing victory over Churchville-Chili Friday night.

Greece Athena 14
Webster Thomas 7
Greece Athena quarterback Sam Sheldon 11 for 20 for 136 yards and had two touchdown passes in the game, both to Kelvin Reaves who finished with 13 receptions and 146 yards. Athena had a 6-0 lead at the end of the first half. Webster Thomas would score in the third to make it 7-6. Towards the end of the third quarter Sheldon hit Reaves for a 37-yard touchdown to give Athena back the lead and ultimately the win.

LeRoy 20
Attica 21
Attica trailed 20-14 late in the fourth quarter. Attica running back, E. Strzelec, threw a halfback toss pass to Dawson Nelson for a 40-yard game-tying touchdown and eventually an extra point to give the Blue Devils the lead. LeRoy came down to one final hail-mary at the end of the game but failed to convert.

Letchworth/Warsaw 0
Batavia 40
The 10th-ranked Batavia Blue Devils flexed their muscle on both sides of the ball, and proved they will be a force to be reckoned with in Class B by manhandling Letchworth-Warsaw. READ MORE.

Avon 28
Bath-Haverling 52
BATH-The Bath-Haverling Rams hosted the Avon Braves in an LCAA crossover game Friday night and picked up their first win of the season 52-28. The Rams got on the board early when freshman Damien Hall picked up an Avon fumble and ran it in 24 yards for a touchdown. The conversion run failed and Bath led 6-0 with 11:11 remaining in the first quarter. Senior Kyle Rinker scored on a 44 yard touchdown run to put Bath ahead 12-0 with 8:47 remaining in the first quarter. Avon capitalized on a Bath turnover and scored on a one yard touchdown run by senior Nate Freeman, following the extra point Bath led 12-7. The Rams would march down the field on their next possession and score on a 25-yard touchdown pass from Junior quarterback Kaden Adams to sophomore Damion Leavens to put Bath ahead 20-7 with 22 seconds remaining in the first quarter. The Rams took a 28-21 lead into halftime.

Bath-Haverling’s Kyle Ringer looks for an opening as Avon’s Nate Freeman (1), Ryan Younger (12) and Trevor Johnson (22) zero in on the tackle. Photo supplied by Bath-Haverling.

The second half is where the Rams pulled away for good. Adams and Rinker both took over on the ground and found the endzone multiple times. Rinker finished with 19 carries for 205 yards and three touchdowns. junior fullback Cordell Galvan carried the ball 12 times for 104 yards and a touchdown. Adams was 1-for-2 passing for 25 yards and a touchdown. He carried the ball 12 times for 78 yards and two touchdowns. The Bath defense was led by senior Seth Walden with 15 tackles along with one sack and a fumble recovery. Sophomore Elijah Pierce and Leavens both had interceptions. Hall finished with 8 tackles and a fumble Recovery for a touchdown. Avon was led by their dual threat Freeman who went 4-for-10 passing with a 28 yard touchdown pass and two interceptions. He also had 15 carries for 166 yards rushing with two touchdowns. Senior Dan Cook had 11 carries for 73 yards and a touchdown.

St. Mary’s 12
Caledonia Mumford/Byron-Bergen 35
Caledonia Mumford/Byron-Bergen’s Bryce Yockel had 23 carries for 164 yards and two touchdowns. Joe Laursen went 9 of 15 for 129 yards and had two rushing and one passing touchdown. St Mary’s Ja’qwan Manuel had 13 carries for 79 yards.

Bolivar-Richburg 14
Canisteo-Greenwood 20

Red Jacket 40 
Clyde-Savannah 26
Red Jacket jumped out to an early lead with four scoring drives and took a 28-6 advantage into halftime. Logan Keifer, led the Indians with 193 yards on the ground including an 88-yard run. John Scharf, added 111 yards and a touchdown. Chase Rizzo had two receiving touchdowns. 

Notre Dame of Batavia 20
Cuba-Rushford 0
Gabe McDonald had 27 carries with 201 yards and two touchdowns. Tim Klotzbach had 36 yards rushing with a touchdown and 43 yards passing. Cody Henry had 8 tackles and 1 interception. McDonald had 7 tackles with a interception.

Alexander 90
Geneseo 14

Senior tailback Chris McClinic touched the ball 6 times, netting 239 yards and 4 touchdowns to lead the Class D second-ranked Alexander to a convincing win over undefeated Geneseo Friday night. McClinic had 4 carries for 157 yards and TD runs of 41, 71 and 44 yards, and two catches for 82 yards and another score. QB Dylan Busch completed 7-of-8 passes for 211 yards and 4 TDs. The Trojans (3-0) amassed 608 yards total offense. Geneseo drops to 2-1 on the season.

Hilton 28
Penfield 21
Both teams scored 21 points in the first half. Hilton’s Nick Romano had three total touchdowns in the first half. The Cadets scored in the third quarter and would hold Penfield scoreless in the second half including a key fourth down stop at the end of the game to seal the victory.

Hornell 33
Wellsville 12

Newark 6
Waterloo 26

Waterloo erupted for 20 points in the last 5 minutes and 49 seconds to break a defensive battle wide open and secure the victory and pick up it’s first win of the season. Newark (2-1) gained 177 yards on offense and was led by Kody DeSain’s 11 tackles defensively. Waterloo had a balanced offensive attack, rushing for 183 yards and passing for 174 yards.

New 0 6 0 0 6
Water 6 0 0 20 26
Wat Matt Brown 32 pass from Derek Slywka (Pass failed)
New Matt Card 23 pass from Nic Bernardi (conversion failed)
Wat Jaiquon Lewis 7 run (pass failed)
Wat Jaiquon Lewis 24 run (pass failed)
Wat Toby Loucks pass from Derek Slywka (run good)

York/Pavilion 26
Perry/Mt. Morris 42
York/Pavilion’s Sebastian Hackett had 17 carries for 149 yards and a touchdown. Ethan Doran had five carries for 16 yards and a touchdown. Matt McFarland went 7 of 20 for 162 yards and two touchdowns. Josh Davis had two receptions for 48 and touchdown and Riley Stella had three receptions for 46 yards and a touchdown.

University Prep 34
Edison/SWW 20


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