Back Mountain 18
The Back Mountain Bobcats B Team suffered an 18-12 loss against the Ed-Lark Hurricanes but not without a fight.
The Hurricanes were the first to score in the first quarter but were unable to complete the 2-point conversion. The Bobcats answered back with a touchdown by Nick Whitesell. The 2-point conversion attempt by Stone Mannello was unsuccessful and the score was tied, 6-6, at the end of the first quarter.
Great offense was played by Christopher Allen, Nate Hazeltine, Owen Morgan, Zack Gabel, Henry Selingo and Ian Evans. Late in the second quarter, the Hurricanes scored again and took a 12-6 lead at the half.
At the start of the third, the Bobcats defense of Kayla Bidding, Zack Hill, Quinten Huey, Marcus Steele, Ryan Wolken, Nathan LaBar, Christopher Allen and Nate Hazeltine made some incredible plays.
Great runs were made by Nick Whitesell, Stone Mannello, Nate O‚??Donnell and RJ Driscoll.
The Hurricanes scored late in the third quarter to go ahead, 18-6, but the Bobcats drove the field and Nick Whitesell found the end zone, closing in at 18-12. The team, however, was unable to score on its final possession.
Nate LaBar recovered three fumbles and great defensive plays were made by Nate Hazeltine, Owen Morgan, Stone Mannello, RJ Driscoll, Nick Whitesell and Christopher Allen.
The Dallas Jr. Mounts C Team improved to 4-0 last Sunday by defeating Plymouth, 38-8.
The Dallas offense showed diversity as 10 different players ran the ball. The offensive line, led by Blaine Rex, Ethan Scioscia, Shawn Henniger and Joseph Brennan, controlled the line of scrimmage all day.
The defense was once again a stellar unit, surrendering its only touchdown in the last minute of the game. The defense was led by John Cantando, Mike Lukasavage, Cole Dewees and Christian Sebastianelli.
Kingston Township 38
The Kingston Township Raiders continued their winning ways with a convincing 38-6 victory over the Kingston Huskies.
Michael Doggett scored two first-quarter touchdowns to get the Raiders out to a lead they would never relinquish. Mason Gattuso also added two scores for KT with Kyle McAndrew scoring the final TD. C
Conversions were made by Gattuso (2), Derek Answini and Devon Butwin.
Solid blocking performances by Michael Anderson, Josh Balara, Dylan Schuster and Matt Maransky were a major factor in the offensive success.
Defensively, Michael Starbuck, Christian Motley, Michael Christman and Jacob Sorber were around the ball all day.
The Dallas Junior Mounts D-team improved to 2-1-1 with a 22-6 win against the Plymouth Indians.
The offense was led by the blocking of Alex Hajkowski, Scott Siglin, Mark Karcutskie and Joey Peters.
The Junior Mounts running game took control as Jared Adamski had another good game racking up the yards. Brennan Eggleston scored two touchdowns and Matthew Lukasavage scored another. Josh Peters converted two 2-point conversions with tough runs.
Dallas‚?? stingy defense, led by Matthew Esposito and Colby Klinetob, held Plymouth scoreless until late in the fourth quarter. Lucas Shultz, Mike Ropietski, and Ethan Sult made numerous tackles in the backfield and kept the Indians on their heels all day long.