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Friday Night Scoreboard – Sept 27
- Updated: September 27, 2013
Boys Varsity Football
Waterloo 25, Pal-Mac 20
Jakuar Ali carried 39 times for 212 yards and three touchdowns as Waterloo (1-3) won it in the fourth quarter. Quarterback Patrick Sobus ran for 65, including a 45-yard scoring run with five minutes left to put the Indians ahead 25-14. Quarterback Stephen Morrell scored to make it 25-20 with two minutes left for Pal-Mac (0-4), but Waterloo recovered the onside kick. Morrell finished with 165 yards and two scores in the loss.
Wayne 33, Penn Yan 32
Nathan Currier found Michael Hollenebeck in the back middle of the end zone with two minutes remaining in the game, and Devon Tunley converted the go-ahead extra point kick to put Wayne (3-1) up 33-32. The Eagles stopped Penn Yan on fourth-and-goal from the four-yard line in the final minute when cornerback Tyler Cummings and linebacker Nathan Currier corralled a scrambling Penn Yan quarterback Derek Sisson.
Currier finished 7 of 14 for 152 yards and three TDs for Wayne, which led 26-12 at the half. Michael Hollenbeck hauled three passes for 76 yards and two TDs, while Cameron LaForce scored on a 85 yard kickoff return and a 75 punt return for Wayne. Penn Yan (1-3) rallied for 20 unanswered second-half points on a Tyler Bray 40 yard touchdown pass, a Bradley Voigt 65-yards TD grab and a Ben Cover 35-yard interception return
Sisson threw for 182 yards on 9 of 18 passing for the Mustangs.
Newark 33, Midlakes 6
Senior quarterback Phillip Tack completed 6 of 10 passes for 140 yards with three touchdowns and one interception for Newark. The Reds are 4-0 for the first time since 1990. Micah Wright had three receptions for 121 yards and two TDs and returned a kickoff for a touchdown to break a 6-all tie and ignited a 27-0 run to close the game for Newark. Ronel Rooks gained 128 yards on 15 carries for the Reds. Midlakes is 0-4.
Geneva 25, ER/Gananda 20
Jack Wallwork completed 4 of 8 passes for 150 yards and a touchdown and Joshua Jackson ran for 101 yards and a TD on 23 carries for Geneva (4-0). Dytalion Dennis scored on a 10-yard fumble recovery in the first quarter go give the Panthers a 7-0 lead. Wallwork completed a 78 yard pass to Kyle Cosentino, who fumbled but Dennis picked up the ball and ran it in for the score. Zach Houser went 10-for-24 for 164 yards and two TDs for the Bombers (3-1). Brett Custer caught a TD pass from Houser with three minutes left to cut East Rochester/Gananda’s deficit to 25-20. Geneva punted and the Bombers took over with 11 seconds left but their final pass play was incomplete.
Girls Varsity Soccer
Gananda 4, Sodus 0
Katilynn White recorded a goal in each half and Giulia Mahoney assisted on two goals to pace Gananda (8-0-1). Sara MacDougall made a pair of saves for her sixth shutout. Sodus is 2-6.
Newark 3, South Seneca 1
Nicole Collins and Brittany Williams each had a goal and an assist to propel Newark (8-4). Mckenna Pettit scored the other goal for the Reds. Anna Dickens scored for South Seneca (5-5).
Bishop Kearney 1, Williamson 0
Amata Valentini scored off a pass from Maura Sutherland in the 24th minute to lead Bishop Kearney (7-1-2). Meghan Hake stopped nine shots for the Kings.