Oneonta Keeps Playoff Hopes Alive
Published: October 24th, 2008
By: Patrick Newell

Oneonta keeps playoff hopes alive Frank Speziale Photo

ONEONTA – Oneonta kept its Class B playoff hopes alive scoring 32 unanswered points to defeat Norwich Friday night, 32-12.

Brendan Pidgeon scored three touchdowns for the Yellowjackets and rushed for 154 yards. Pidgeon scored on a fourth-and-goal from the one in the second quarter, he dashed off-tackle for a 59-yard score in the fourth period, and returned an interception 53 yards for his final touchdown.

Norwich used the big play to build its 12-point lead. Tim Clark connected with David Carson on a 59-yard scoring pass in the first quarter, and Tyler Slater ran 34 yards down the left sideline on the second play of the second quarter.

The complete story will appear in Monday’s Evening Sun.


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