on September 14, 2013 - 1:55 AM
Tonawanda will have to wait at least one more week to get its first win on its new field.
Lackawanna postponed that celebration on Friday night by beating the host Warriors, 18-6, as the new Clint Small Stadium was unveiled. After a scoreless
Frontier 24, Niagara Falls 6: The Falcons scored the first 24 points and had two blocked punts in a win. Cameron Coon led the Falcons with 146 yards on 17 carries and three TDs. Linebacker A.J. Licata had 10 tackles and two sacks. Kevin Hamilton added three sacks.
Lancaster 42, West Seneca West 0: Matt Szymanski ran for two TDs in the first half and Kevin Colafranceschi threw a pair of TDs.
Hutch-Tech 14, Hamburg 6: Zach Filipski’s 1-yard run provided the deciding points. Roman West finished with 111 yards rushing. Mike Minotti made 10 tackles for the Engineers.
West Seneca East 57, Lake Shore 0: The Trojans broke the school record for most points in a game with a shutout victory. The previous record was 54 points. East scored 22 points in the first quarter and never looked back. As a team the Trojans rushed for 417 yards, led by Devin Lindner’s 145 yards on 13 carries and three TDs. Jalexis Santiago added 139 yards on just seven carries.
South Park 20, Iroquois 6: Quarterback Tyler Mascio took care of business, scoring twice on the ground in the second quarter and completing 16 of 23 passes. T.J. Scott ran for 121 yards and added seven tackles on defense.
Depew 38, East Aurora 6: The Wildcats improved to 2-0, but it came at a price. All-star quarterback Anthony Buono left the game in the second quarter with an apparent broken collarbone. Buono got hit as he drove into the end zone on the tail end of a 50-yard TD scramble. At that point he told coach Brian Wilson he felt some discomfort. He came out for his second series, took a hit on a pass play, and on a simple handoff, said he felt a “pop.” Wilson said early estimates are he could be sidelined for 4-5 weeks. “It breaks your heart,” said Wilson. “He’s such a great senior leader, you’re hoping to have that great senior year. It’s a tough blow for him and for us.”
Anthony Turner scored three rushing TDs to finish with 104 yards on 16 carries. He contributed 11 tackles on defense while Dylan Grant added eight.
Burgard 48, Albion 0: Rayshawn Jones scored the first three TDs of the game as the Bulldogs won by shutout for the second week in a row. The defense held the host Purple Eagles to approximately 75 yards of offense. “Defense has been the key, the front four are difficult to get past and our linebacking corps can chase down a lot, they’re fast,” said Burgard coach Jason Kolb. Karl Jones rushed for 118 yards on just five carries. Burgard opened the season with a 12-0 win over Bennett.
Pioneer 10, Olean 7 (OT): Justin Bliss kicked a 19-yard field goal to provide the game-winning points as the Panthers evened their record at 1-1. Bliss also had two tackles for loss, two sacks, a pass deflection and two catches for 75 yards. Olean got the ball first in the OT, but its drive ended abruptly when Kris Riordan intercepted a pass at the 1-yard line on third and goal from the 30. The Huskies were slowed by a couple of penalties. Pioneer’s OT score was set up by a seven-play drive. Junior Tyler Mummery had a breakout game with 223 yards on 38 carries. Sophomore defensive back Nate Tackentien had two interceptions.
Medina 44, Maryvale 14: Quarterback Jason Hellwig threw for 250 yards and two touchdowns and Dan Brown ran for 203 yards and two scores. Kyle Barnes had six pass receptions for 104 yards. Medina moved to 2-0 while Maryvale is 0-2.
Southwestern 23, Allegany-Limestone 12: The Trojans broke open a tight game at halftime by scoring all nine points in the second half and defeating the Gators. Noah Weinstein was efficient in his passing for the Trojans (3-0), going 7 of 13 for 115 yards. He threw touchdown passes to Niko Pannes and Mike Sandbloom. Jordan Bryerton added 15 tackles for Southwestern.
Fredonia 42, Falconer 6: Matt McCarthy ran for 139 yards on only seven carries and scored three touchdowns as the Hillbillies built a 35-0 lead at the half.
St Francis 53, Edison Tech 14: The Red Raiders led 39-0 at halftime of a lopsided win. Jacob Dolegala had two TDs among his 130 yards rushing while Brenden Misterman scored two early TDs. Jack McKowen had six tackles and a fumble recovery.
Gowanda 20, JFK 0: The Panthers got big games from their defensive ends in a shutout win. Chris Hammond had 12 tackles and three sacks and Jamie Jensen added nine tackles and three sacks. Brennan Geiger led the offense with 112 yards on 19 carries and had a fumble recovery from his defensive back position. Gowanda led just 6-0 at halftime on a 31-yard run by Jordan Young. Jon McCarthy provided a spark when he returned the second half kickoff 81 yards for a TD. Later in the quarter, Lucas Brawdy had a 45-yard run to complete the scoring.
Maple Grove 49, Nichols 7: Gram Nelson had two touchdowns, one of them on a 47-yard punt return, as the Red Dragons never trailed. Kyle Mayer only threw five passes, but completed three of them for 155 yards and a touchdown.