Football Frenzy: October 6, 2017

Irondequoit's perfect season continues after topping Class A champ

ROCHESTER - Athena 7, Irondequoit 28

It was a rematch of last years Class A quarterfinal between Athena and Irondequoit. Trojans opened the scoring as Patrick Meisenzahl found Johhny Salone in the back of the endzone for a 9-yard touchdown pass.

Down 7-0, the Eagles answered right back and tied the game up in the 2nd quarter on a Freddy June short touchdown run.

Athena turned it over on the next possession when Meisenzahl was picked off by Johnny Dugan who returned it deep inside Trojan territory.

Ensuing drive gave Irondequoit the lead as William Porter capped it off with a touchdown run.

Eagles led 14-7 at the half and pulled away in the 3rd quarter. For the second week in a row, June had a 70-plus yard scoring run to give the Eagles a 21-7 lead. June finished the night with a 42-yard touchdown pass to Gerald Drumgoole. 

Irondequoit improves to 6-0.

Pittsford 42, Fairport 17

Pittsford made quick work of the Red Raiders on Friday and never looked back. The Panthers led 21-3 at halftime thanks to an Ali Brooks rushing touchdown, a Caleb Drake receiving touchdown, and a fumble returned for a touchdown by Graham Schild.

After losing the opening game of the season, the Panthers have won 5 straight games.

Victor 21, Churchville-Chili 0

Victor's defense stole the show once again in 2017 with two safeties and an interception returned for a touchdown in a shutout win over Churchville-Chili at SUNY Brockport. The Blue Devils are now 5-1.

Canandaigua 7, Brighton 34

Brighton quarterback Shea McDonald threw for two touchdowns, ran for a touchdown, and returned an interception for a touchdown on defense as the Barons improved to 4-2 in 2017.

The Barons were especially dominant after halftime, taking a 14-7 lead and growing it to 34-7.

Rush-Henrietta 12, Schroeder 32

Warriors led 19-0 in the third quarter and expended their lead on a Brees Segala 4-yard touchdown pass to Mike Masucci for his second score of the night.

Segala threw three touchdown passes on the night and Malachi Duvall had a pair of scores on the ground for the Warriors.

Schroeder moves to 5-1. 

Gates-Chili 20, Thomas 28

Thomas went up 28-7 on a two-yard score by Manny Gudice midway through the third quarter.

The Spartans marched right down the field and Dante Arbelo had a two-yard touchdown run of his own to pull Gates-Chili within two scores.

In the fourth quarter, the Spartans blocked a Titan punt and recovered an onside kick but Thomas hung on to pick up their first victory of the season. 

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