CHURCHVILLE-CHILI (2-1) 41
WILSON MAGNET (0-3) 14
Churchville-Chili scored 27 points in the second half as Chase Shepanski had three total touchdowns in the win. Shepanski threw for two and ran for one, finishing with 111 passing yards on 10 of 14 attempts. Shepanski completed a touchdown pass to Max Tomasezski and ran five yards for one to open the scoring in the fourth quarter. After Wilson Magnet responded witha 48-yard passing touchdown of their own before halftime, and with Wilson threatening to score again, Eric Neal intercepted a pass and took it 93 yards to the house to make it 20-7 C-C. Ricardo Lagares then scoreD twice, once in the third quarter and once in the fourth to make it 33-7. Lagares finished his night with 120 rushing yards. Josh Campbell finished with four catches for 60 yards and a touchdown. Eli Burnley had two catches for 22 yards. Eric Neal had two catches and seven yards. Defensively, Marcus Roney finished with four tackles. Tomasezski had two sacks, while Patrick Huff and Antonio Rivera each had one. Sam Weilert and LJ Sanchez-Lupiani each had three tackles. Colton Pokracki, Drew Donohue, Patrick Hoff, Angelo Velasquez and Aiden Kloch each had one tackle. Colin St. Lucia made five extra points.
ROCHESTER PREP (0-3) 0
MONROE (2-0) 48
One week ago, Terrell Cunningham’s Monroe Redjackets rode the capable arm of Khaya Moses to a season-opening win over Honeoye Falls-Lima. Moses completed 13-of-20 passes for 311 yards and four touchdowns in a convincing 54-6 victory in a rematch of the 2022 Class B semifinal. Saturday, on home turf, Monroe’s defense stepped to the forefront in a suffocating performance. Nahzier Wilson led a Redjacket defense which finished with four takeaways…READ MORE.
HAVERLING (0-3) 26
PENN YAN/DUNDEE (1-1) 27
OAKFIELD-ALABAMA/ELBA (2-1) 6
AVON (2-1) 13
Chris Thompson had the game-sealing 75-yard touchdown late in the fourth quarter, totaling 283 yards, while also passing for a touchdown in the win. Wesley Farley ran the ball for 51 yards and made seven tackles on defense including a sack. He also caught two passes for 20 yards. Kal Dolgos hauled in three passes for 59 yards including a 36 yard touchdown in the first quarter to give Avon an early 7-0 lead. Travis Hollada had six tackles and a sack. Remy Greenwood intercepted a pass and made five tackles. Jordan Murray made six tackles.
“I was very proud and happy the way this kids played today,” said Avon head coach Andy Englert. “We had a great week of practice, credit to our Staff McGough, Dueppengiesser, Teta and Bennetti – that just work so hard to get these guys prepared, and the kids responding the way the need to. We will enjoy this but back to work on to the next.”
Avery Watterson ran the ball for 65 yards for Oakfield-Alabama/Elba. Gavin Armbrewster connected with Shaun Alexander on 56-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter to make it 7-6. Alexander also ran the ball for 33 yards. Ashton Bezon made 11 tackles and had a sack. Austan Pangrazio intercepted a pass and had eight tackles.
“Avon played a much cleaner game than us today,” said OAE head coach Tyler Winter. “When you have multiple uncharacteristic mistakes, it’s tough to rally against teams like them. This will serve as a good learning experience for us down the road, as we still have not scratched the surface of our potential. Plenty of ball left.”
NOTRE DAME-BATAVIA (0-3) 14
CANISTEO-GREENWOOD (3-0) 25
Trailing at halftime, Canisteo-Greenwood used two third quarter touchdowns by Colten Havens and Paiton Davis to remain unbeaten. Davis finished the game with two touchdowns and 48 rushing yards. Lucas Mason also ran for touchdown. Beau Zeh ran for 98 yards on 20 carries and had eight and a half tackles. Chase Reinbold had four and a half tackles. Canisteo-Greenwood finished with 259 total yards of offense, compared to Notre Dame’s 177. ND-B had two touchdown passes, with Chase Antinore throwing touchdowns to Jaden Sherwood and Ryan Fitzpatrick. Sherwood had a 37-yard touchdown and finished with five catches for 62 yards. Fitzpatrick had a nine-yard touchdown and had four catches for 54 yards. Antinore ran the ball eight times for 22 yards and George Woodruff had four carries for 17 yards. Gabe Castro finished with eight and a half tackles while Scotty McWilliams had seven tackles.
GENESEO/MOUNT MORRIS (0-3) 14
YORK/PAVILION (2-1) 41
Parker Bonafede had four total touchdowns, three passing and one rushing has he totaled 240 yards and led York/Pavilion to the win. Y/P brought a 20-0 lead into halftime. Jake Pangrazio had three catches for 93 yards and two touchdowns including a 44-yard touchdown catch. Carl Szczech had 50 rushing yards and a score. Joe Bauer had a 65-yard touchdown catch and five tackles. Liam Ezard ran the ball for 30 yards. Ryan Brady had four catches for 30 yards and 10 tackles on defense. Exard had six tackles. Tyler Brady had three tackles and a pick. Pangrazio had five tackles and a pass deflection.
“A good win for the program and the community, it’s always nice to win the Valley Ball,” said head coach Kurt Schneider. “I am really happy for the team and especially our seniors. That is a very well-coached Geneseo team that is on the way up. This will be a difficult game the next time around. We had a really good week of practice and our guys came out and played really well tonight. Our seniors Jake Pangrazio, Joe Bauer, and Tyler Brady all played really well. The line did what they needed to upfront with Joe Munoz, Austin Cummings Brennan Royce and the rest rest of the boys making room for Parker Bonefede who continues to get better each week. We will enjoy the win and get back after it next week.”
FINNEY/NORTHSTAR CHRISTIAN (0-2)
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