Cyclones win two out of three

ONEIDA – The Norwich Cyclones “A” Team came home with a 12-0 win over archrival Oneida Saturday night to remain undefeated on the season. 

In the Cyclones’ hardest hitting game of the year, the always-tough host Indians held the explosive Cyclones offense to two touchdowns, and season-low point total.



Randy Stokes figured in both Cyclones scores setting up the first-half TD on a 33-yard pass from Michael Sutton.  Sutton took it to paydirt from the 17 yard line. 

Stokes took the second-half kickoff back for a 69-yard touchdown to end the game’s scoring.

Oneida was held to four first downs, and moved past the 50 yard line only once as the Indians never mounted a threat to score against the Cyclones’ defense.


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