Weekend Football Wrap: Swagler collects four TDs; Ferrara paces HF-L Connect on Linked in BATAVIA-NOTRE DAME (3-0) 34RED JACKET (3-1) 14Gabe MacDonald threw for 152 yards and two touchdowns to lead Batavia Notre Dame, and added 123 rushing yards. Mark Sanders rushed for 31 yards and a touchdown, and caught four passes for 121 yards and a touchdown. Jed Reese rushed 22 times for 181 yards. For Red Jacket, Matt Record was 8-20 passing for 109 yards and a touchdown. AQUINAS (2-1) 34FAIRPORT (2-1) 16The Aquinas varsity football team did not overreact from a season-opening loss to McQuaid, bouncing back with a 38-20 victory over Rush-Henrietta last weekend. Derek Annechino’s squad kept up the momentum with a 34-16 win at Fairport, Friday night. READ MORE. Subscribe by Email East goes 93 yards in 28.8 seconds including a 53 yard strike from Anthony Gilbert to Mike Maxwell. 2-pt. conversion. HALFTIME: East 14 Arcadia 7 pic.twitter.com/zQjRCzs9Rb— Paul Gotham (@PickinSplinters) September 21, 2019 Walker with the RH TD, puts RH up 35-28. Great game both teams! 2:29 left in game. pic.twitter.com/niH6TAyQmK— Rush-Henrietta Athletics (@RushAthletics) September 21, 2019 Alex Minnehan gets a 46 yard TD with a 2 point conversion to follow. Livonia lead Hornell 35-21 with :36 in 3rd quarter. @livcosports @PickinSplinters pic.twitter.com/uYlxkCmWrU— LCS Athletics (@AthleticsLCS) September 21, 2019 Add to Google+ Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. [email protected] – @UprepR vs. @MidlakesFootbal: Christon Jean 54-yard TD run. 22.8 1Q: UPrep 28 Midlakes 0. @PickinSplinters pic.twitter.com/f1VGjyip90— John Mitchell Likanje Junior (@jml5798) September 22, 2019 [email protected] – @AQ_football vs. @FairportFB: @SzalkowskiTyler 15-yard TD pass to Ulysses Russell. 3:40 3Q: Aquinas 31 Fairport 3. @PickinSplinters pic.twitter.com/M595C8AK9s— John Mitchell Likanje Junior (@jml5798) September 21, 2019 ????????Friday Knight Lights @Historic Hartwood Park…This is Oatkan Knight Country!#[email protected] @[email protected] @[email protected] @[email protected] @[email protected] @RocDevo @PickinSplinters pic.twitter.com/W3Ckz4Dcih— Le Roy Jr.-Sr. High (@LeRoy_Knights) September 21, 2019 Top (l-r): Silas Engenlauf and Spencerport improved to 3-0 with a win over Gates-Chili. Andrew Englerth rushed for a pair of touchdowns in Le Roy’s win. (Photo provided). Middle (l-r): K’myn Crudity and Irondequoit’s Connor Shafer. Bottom (l-r): East’s Freddie Brock goes around end. Wilson’s Sam Jackson surveys the situation before taking the snap.SATURDAYUNIVERSITY PREP (3-0) 56MIDLAKES (0-3) 0After avenging back-to-back losses to Honeoye Falls-Lima, the UPrep varsity football team needed to maintain focus for a potential “trap” game. Kala Gause’s squad came ready to play, exploding for 28 points in the opening period en route to a 56-0 shutout of Midlakes, Saturday night. READ MORE. 10:57 left in half: Touchdown Wilson. 26-yard TD catch by Rahmeer Wade gives the Wildcats a 6-3 lead. pic.twitter.com/6KZBeuLHBE— Chuckie Maggio (@chuckiemaggio) September 20, 2019 Follow on Facebook BATH-HAVERLING (1-2) 43MARCUS WHITMAN/BLOOMFIELD (0-3) 22Kaden Adams scored six rushing touchdowns to lead Bath-Haverling over MW/B. Adams totaled 198 rushing yards on 30 attempts. Damien Hall rushed 15 times for 88 yards for the Rams, and Rashawn Sabins had a 28-yard reception. BRIGHTON (1-2) 0CANANDAIGUA (2-1) 28FRIDAYWILSON (3-0) 42IRONDEQUOIT (0-3) 3Jahkier Moore displayed two of his most impressive attributes at Irondequoit on Friday night: his speed and his memory. READ MORE. CLYDE-SAVANNAH (0-3) 6ALEXANDER (3-0) 23Alexander scored first in the first quarter on a safety by Ty Woods as he tackled Camden Chance. Woods scored on an 18-yard touchdown run on the ensuing drive. Woods continued to shine and recovered a fumble on the next drive and returned it for a touchdown. In the second quarter, quarterback Dylan Busch connected with Nick Kramer on a 25-yard touchdown pass. Devin Dean led the Trojan defense in tackles with five and had his fifth sack of the season. Kramer had seven tackles and a sack. Vincent Sotir and Josh Devries each had interceptions for the Trojans. Chance scored the only Clyde-Savannah touchdown with a 50-yard punt return.PENN YAN (2-1) 0ATTICA (3-0) 48Attica’s quarterback Jake Dressel went 6-for-7 passing for 26 yards. Zach Strzelec led the Blue Devil offense with 16 carries for 213 yards and three touchdowns. Jake Gross had six carries for 74 yards and two scores and Jeremiah Donohue added eight carries for 72 yards. Bryce Ratajcaak also had a touchdown on the night. On defense, Lucas Krawczyk led the way with eight tackles with a 66-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown. Strzelec and Lucas Johnson each added eight tackles and Gross, Drew Cusmano and Clayton Compton each had an interception.LETCHWORTH/WARSAW (3-0) 35AVON (2-1) 14Letchworth/Warsaw maintained a seven-point lead at the half but ran away with the contest with a 14-point third to remain undefeated. Josh Andrews led the offense with 12 carries for 101 yards and a touchdown. Dalton English had 11 carries for 28 yards and a score. CJ Hallopeter and Brett Vasile both added a touchdown run. Vasile completed 8-for-14 passes for 51 yards. Will Shearing led on the receiving end with three catches for 35 yards. Evan Reding and Mason Johnson led the defense with seven and six tackles respectively. For Avon, quarterback Nick Rowland went 6-for-9 for 57 yards and a touchdown pass to Roman Volpe who finished with three catches for 37 yards. Thomas Welch led the ground game for the Braves with nine carries for 28 yards and a touchdown. Rowland had 8.5 tackles on the night and Welch ended with five.WATERLOO (1-2) 12EAST ROCHESTER/GANANDA (2-1) 34TJ Swagler led the way for East Rochester/Gananda as he rushed for 185 yards on 20 carries for four touchdowns. Manny Sepulveda added 64 yards on the ground with 10 carries and a touchdown. Waterloo’s Julian Ruiz led the offense in the air and on the ground. He went 20-for-36 for 214 yards and had eight carries for 40 yards and a touchdown. Michael Hubbard led the receiving core with eight receptions for 66 yards. Kyle Slywka added three receptions for 58 yards and Riley Dix had six catches for 44 yards. Joel Craft added the other touchdown for Waterloo.WEBSTER THOMAS (1-2) 41CHURCHVILLE-CHILI (0-3) 13Tyler Langley led the Webster Thomas offense to its first win of the season with 25 carries for 235 yards and five touchdowns. The Titans racked up 364 yards of total offense. Ian Henry led the team in tackles with 10. Tyler Vandermark had a fumble recovery and an interception.BATAVIA (2-1) 7HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA (2-1) 41Mason Ferrara continued his offensive dominance for Honeoye Falls-Lima racking up 254 yards on 20 carries and four touchdowns.BISHOP KEARNEY/ROCHESTER PREP (1-2) 22PALMYRA-MACEDON (1-2) 25Nate Carter put Bishop Kearney/Rochester Prep on the board with an 71-yard touchdown run and Jwann Perry scored on the two-point conversion to take the lead. Javier Flowers scored on a 61-yard touchdown pass to extend the lead and take a six-point lead into the half. Pal-Mac scored the first 15 points in the second half and took a nine-point lead. Flowers caught another touchdown pass to cut the deficit but were unable to cap off the comeback.OLYMPIA/ODYSSEY (2-1) 26VICTOR (2-1) 33Greece Olympia/Odyssey’s quarterback Xavier Hurell finsished 15-for-32 for 246 yards with a passing and rushing touchdown. Scott Parr had three catches for 108 yards. Luke Strong had four catches for 65 yards and had an pick-six in the game. Kadeem Walker added four catches for 62 yards with a score. Makyle Murdock lead the defense with 11 tackles and returned a fumble 60 yards for a touchdown. Mike Matteson had 11 tackles that included a sack.LIVONIA (2-1) 47HORNELL (0-3) 28Livonia’s Marcus Lewis got the scoring started with a 40-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. Lewis scored again from a yard out to give the Bulldogs the lead after a touchdown from Hornell. Jack Kearney extended the lead to 21-7 at the end of the first half with a one-yard score. Alex Minnehan scored the next three touchdowns for the Bulldogs from 83, 47 and three yards out. Print This Post CAL-MUM/BYRON BERGEN (2-1) 6LEROY (3-0) 20LeRoy maintained a 13-6 lead headed into halftime due to a Jake Hill 29-yard touchdown pass to Nate Andrews and an Andrew Englerth rushing touchdown. Englerth added a 60-yard touchdown run in fourth to put the game away and kept the Oatkan Knights undefeated on the season. He finished with 14 carries for 155 yards. Bryce Yockel scored the only Cal-Mum/Byron Bergen touchdown with a five-yard touchdown in the first quarter. He ended with 179 yards rushing on 25 carries. By Paul Gotham on September 23, 2019No Comment Share on Facebook EAST (2-1) 26GREECE ARCADIA (2-1) 21The scoreboard will tell you the difference between East High and Greece Arcadia in their high school football showdown on Saturday afternoon was five points. Arcadia coach Tony Streb will tell you the difference instead was three inches. READ MORE. PENFIELD 13ST. MARY’S 10 LYONS (1-1) 14YORK/PAVILION (1-2) 20Kadin Peete ran for 76 yards and two touchdowns to lead York/Pavilion. James Kennedy was 6-16 passing for 109 yards and a touchdown. Defensively for Y/P, Dylan Gray had 10 tackles and Riley Stella and Drew Edwards each had eight tackles.WEBSTER SCHROEDER (2-1) 28RUSH-HENRIETTA (1-2) 35 CANISTEO-GREENWOOD (3-0) 22CUBA-RUSHFORD (0-3) 8Canisteo-Greenwood maintained a 16-8 lead at the half after Chase Weeks had a seven-yard touchdown run and Roque Santiago threw a 48-yard touchdown pass to Andrew Morling. Weeks put the game out of reach in the third quarter with a 45-yard touchdown run. Weeks finished with 20 carries for 121 yards. Santiago went 13-for-19 for 144 yards with two tackles and an interception. Morling had eight receptions for 89 yards. Jacob Houghtaling added seven carries for 68 yards with three receptions for 38 yards and 10 tackles on defense. Nate Button also had 10 tackles with a sack and Owen Chaffee had five tackles.ATHENA (2-1) 25BROCKPORT (0-3) 9WELLSVILLE (0-3) 14DANSVILLE (1-2) 20SPENCERPORT (3-0) 28GATES-CHILI (1-2) 14WAYNE (1-2) 12GENEVA (2-1) 20McQUAID (3-0) 39HILTON (1-2) 14CATTARAUGUS/LITTLE VALLEY (1-2-1) 26PERRY (0-3) 12EASTRIDGE (3-0) 35NEWARK (1-2) 14GENESEO/MOUNT MORRIS (2-1) 36BOLIVAR-RICHBURG (1-2) 128-ManOAKFIELD ALABAMA/ELBA 60MAPLE GROVE 12PEMBROKE 28FREWSBURG 16 Weekend Football Wrap: Swagler collects four TDs; Ferrara paces HF-L added by Paul Gotham on September 23, 2019View all posts by Paul Gotham →FacebookTwitter分享by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksSponsor ContentAirPhysioThis All-Natural “Lung Cleaning” Device Helps Anyone Breathe EasierAirPhysioUndoBig Data Courses | Search AdOnline Big Data Courses Might Be Better than You ThinkBig Data Courses | Search AdUndoCosmoWomensTop 30 Most Beautiful Women in the WorldCosmoWomensUndoby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksMore from Pickin’ SplintersBaron keeps Bonaventure close to his heart – Pickin’ SplintersUndoTah-Jae Hill, Zion Morrison and the Starting Five – Pickin’ SplintersUndo”If you had a Mount Rushmore of MCC baseball, he’s on there.” Longtime assistant Jack Christensen passes away – Pickin’ SplintersUndo This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. 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