S-E stops Lafayette 28-2

Football

Sherburne-Earlville

LAFAYETTE - Traveling to Lafayette on Friday, October 16, the Sherburne-Earlville Maruaders rolled over the home team, winning 28-2.

In the first quarter of the game S-E got things started with a 55 yard run to the end zone from Matt Hull. The S-E defense would keep Lafayette out of the end zone all game long.

The second quarter went much of the same way as the first. Receiver Lincoln Owen caught a Hull pass for 11 yards and the score, while Brodie Roebuck would take another in from four yards, giving S-E a lead of 21-0 over the home team. On defense Matt Hull recorded a school-record four interceptions in the defensive rout of the Lancers. S-E would also finish with seven sacks on the night.



It wasn’t until the third quarter when Lafayette would finally put points on the board, tackling S-E in their own end zone for a safety and ended S-E’s streak of 10 scoreless quarters. The Marauders would bounce back though and score one last time in the third on a 27 yard run by Roebuck to give the game its final score of 28-2.

S-E plays again this Friday, October 23, when they travel to Utica to play Notre Dame.

Score by quarter:

Team 1 2 3 4 Total

S-E 6 15 7 0 28

Lafayette 0 0 2 0 2

Individual statistics: S-E; Rushing, Matt Hull, 13-156, 1 TD. Brodie Roebuck, 10-83, 2 TDs. Blake Furner, 3-39. Cody Beckwith, 3-13. Aaron Price, 1-3. Joe Purdy, 1-3. Alex Graham, 1- -2. Passing, Matt Hull, 3-3, 26 yds, 1 TD. Receiving, Lincoln Owen, 2-20, 1 TD. Brodie Roebuck, 1-6.

Unadilla Valley

NEW BERLIN - Hosting Unatego on Friday, October 16, the Unadilla Valley Storm outlasted their oponents and won 28-22 after three overtimes.

Starting off strong, UV scored three touchdowns in the first quarter, but would not score again until the third and final overtime. The Storm’s first score came from a Mason Fernette run from two yards out. After a good two point conversion, UV was up 8-0. Just a few minutes later, Fernette did it again, this time from 65 yards. Another two point conversion gave the Storm a 16 point lead. Fernette would find the end zone once more after a long drive to the two yard line where he punched it in. Fernette would end the game with 171 yards on the ground, 73 passing yards, and four touchdowns.


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