Saturday Football Wrap: Torres paces Eastridge; Batavia-ND continues domination

EAST (5-1) 35
WILSON (4-2) 12

East’s offense overpowered Wilson, as the Eagles found success on the ground and in the air. East quarterback Anthony Gilbert threw for 124 yards and three touchdowns, two of which went to Yasiir Daniel. Freddie Brock ran the ball 34 times for 190 yards and a touchdown. Defensively for East, Cam Sykes had 11 tackles and a sack and Jahlil Bell had eight tackles and two fumble recoveries.

EASTRIDGE (6-0) 22

Ruben Torres scored once and rushed for 166 yards on 21 carries to pace the Eastridge offense. Matthew Brantley added 76 yards rushing on just four carries, and Jalen Rose-Hanna had four receptions for 83 yards. Defensively for Eastridge, Brandon Maning had seven tackles and Aries Holt added six tackles and a sack.

MONROE (0-6) 0
Willie Walker Jr. scored four rushing touchdowns to lead Rush-Henrietta. Walker Jr. scored from six yards out in the first quarter, then had two-yard and three-yard rushing touchdowns in the second. His fourth score came on a 43-yard dash in the third quarter. Walker Jr. went on to total 189 yards on the ground. Patrick Sherron added 89 rushing yards for R-H, and Raphael Williams had a first-quarter rushing touchdown.

WATERLOO (3-3) 9
Brian Oddi made an interception in the end zone for Waterloo to squash a B-H scoring threat. A Waterloo safety made the difference on the scoreboard.


Ryan Carnevale scored on an 11-yard run and followed it with a successful two-point conversion as the Mustangs won their first game of the season. Carnevale finished with 94 yards on the ground. Logan Young added 88 yards rushing and Calab Rigdon had 33 yards on the ground. Dansville’s defense was led by John Wilkinson, who was all over the field with 17 tackles and a fumble recovery. Shane Crandall had 14 tackles for the Mustangs.


The Batavia Notre Dame Fighting Irish rushed for 526 yards in a dominant win over Canisteo-Greenwood. Jed Reese had 237 rushing yards, three touchdowns and a two-point conversion. Gabe McDonald added 149 rushing yards, two touchdowns and two two-point conversions. Alex Totten ran for 80 yards on the ground and a touchdown.

LIVONIA (4-2) 35

After being held to just one score in the first half, the Livonia offense ran away from BK/RP after the break. Joel Smith got the Bulldogs on the board with a 25-yard rushing touchdown in the second quarter. Nathan Carter had a 56-yard rushing touchdown for BK/RP. Carter finished with 78 yards on the ground and 10 tackles on defense.

BATAVIA (4-2) 7
K’myn Crumity rushed for 167 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries, and Arcadia won its second straight game. Anthony Stephenson-Sutton added 62 rushing yards and a touchdown for GA. Shakim Harris had two interceptions and scored a rushing touchdown.

PITTSFORD (2-4) 21
FAIRPORT (3-3) 0

After leading 7-0 at halftime, Pittsford scored on the first play of the second half when Isaiah Cotton ran for a 62-yard . Cotton scored again with 11:00 minutes left in the fourth quarter on a 16-yard run. Tommy Birmingham had a first-half receiving touchdown for the Panthers.

NEWARK (1-4)
GENEVA (3-2)

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