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Football Frenzy: September 21st, 2018

Mother Nature puts a damper on the opening night of week 4

ROCHESTER - Irondequoit at Victor: Postponed

Rescheduled for Sunday at 7pm at Victor High School.

Penn Yan 45 Pal Mac 25

Midway through the first quarter, Zack Baker hit Liam Doyle for a 56-yard touchdown to give the Red Raiders a 14-7 lead.

The Mustangs took over from there.

William Rodgers hit Bryan Duran in the second quarter and Penn Yan took a 20-14 lead.

Penn Yan's defense had three interceptions in the second quarter. Breenan Prather had a pair including a pick-six as the Mustangs scored 25 unanswered points.

Penn Yan improves to 3-1.

McQuaid 33 Leadership 16

Hunter Walsh completed 13 of his 18 passes for 261 yards and a pair of scores.

Ben Beauchamp was on the receiving end of both of Walsh's touchdown passes and finished the night with 126 yards.

Andrew and Mark Passero each had a rushing touchdown.

The Knights improve to 4-0 on the season. 

LeRoy 15, Cal-Mum/Byron-Bergen 7

The longtime rivalry once again produced a close, hard-fought game, with the Oatkan Knights snatching an early lead and never letting go.

LeRoy scored the game's opening points after C-M/B-B snapped a punt attempt out of the back of their own endzone. The Oatkan Knights followed that defensive surge with an interception by Reece Tresco that was returned to the Red Raiders 11-yard line. Kyler LaCarte punched it in moments later to make it 9-0 LeRoy.

Cal-Mum/Byron-Bergen got back in the game after Bryce Yockel took a run from his own 6-yard line to the LeRoy 15 for a gain of 79 yards. Yockel scored two plays later to make it 9-7 LeRoy early in the 2nd quarter.

The Oatkan Knights held onto their 2-point lead until the final three minutes of the game when Cineque Robinson punched in another LeRoy touchdown.

LeRoy improves to 2-2 while C-M/B-B falls to 1-3.

Livonia 6 Attica 0


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