Earnest Edwards became Maine’s all-time leading receiver on Saturday, another record for the former Aquinas football star.
On the ground, sophomore back Dahmir Pross (Bishop Kearney) broke the 100-yard plateau for the second consecutive game and fifth time this season after racking up 118 yards on 27 carries.
Will Blake (Webster Schroeder) added one catch for 32 yards while Ryan Ingerson caught one pass out of the backfield for 27 yards.
The clock eating drive resulted in an insurance field goal for the Golden Eagles (24 yards) from the foot of senior Dustin Moyle to put the home team on top 16-7.
Devin Woodyard (Brighton) had three tackles behind the line (11 yards in losses) with one of those a six-yard sack. He also had two quarterback hurries.
Freshman quarterback Freddy June (Irondequoit) finished the day completing 14-of-25 passes for 186 yards and one touchdown through the air.
Devin Woodyard (Brighton) had two tackles for loss and forced one fumble.
Trailing by two scores with just over 10 minutes left to play before halftime, Fisher’s offense began to build momentum as Dahmir Pross (Bishop Kearney) moved the chains with a 4-yard pickup before Walsh found Blake on the sideline for 10 more yards and a first down.
Freshman quarterback Freddy June (Irondequoit) completed 10-of-15 passes for 121 yards before giving way to senior quarterback Jason Hellwig in the second half.
On third-and-3 at the R21, he found Justin Daul for nine yards. On third-and-12 at the 43, his screen to Sean Mannion (Irondequoit) produced 15 yards.