Greene 28, Newfield 26
NEWFIELD - Down 12 points in the third quarter, the Trojans’ offense scored on a back-to-back drives, and a made two-conversion proved the difference in a win over Newfield on Saturday.
“We gave up two long drives on (Newfield’s) first two drives in the second half,” said Greene coach Dave Gorton. “We missed several tackles, which is unusual for us. The kids did come back, and played great.
With Newfield leading 26-14 in the third on the strength of the two aforementioned TD runs, Greene (2-0) pared the deficit on Grayson Flanagan’s three-yard TD toss to Bill Dunlap. It was Dunlap’s third TD catch of the game, and also Flanagan’s third TD toss.
Before the close of the third stanza, Flanagan hooked up with Damien Hitt on a 22-yard TD pass. With the game tied, Greene converted the two-point try on a Flanagan hookup with Hitt.
Flanagan finished 13-for-22 for 240 yards and four scores. Dunlap had 113 yards receiving, and Hitt caught eight balls for 90 yards.
Greene’s defense was led by Hogan Ludolph’s 16 tackles.
“After we managed to score and take the lead, we played really solid defense,” Gorton said. “We tackled at the line of scrimmage, and gang-tackled well.”
Greene hosts Oxford Thursday at 7 p.m.
Score by quarters
Greene 8 6 14 0--28
Newfield 0 14 12 0--26
G, Dunlap 15 pass from Flanagan (Flanagan run); N, 56 TD pass (kick good); N, 8 run (kick good); G, Dunlap 75 pass from Flanagan (pass failed). N, 52 run (kick failed); N, 75 run (kick failed); G, Dunlap 3 pass from Flanagan (run failed); G, Damien Hitt 22 pass from Flanagan (Hitt pass from Flanagan).
Passing: Grayson Flanagan 13-22-2, 240 yds, 4 TDs.
Rushing: Tyler Brown 12-63, Flanagan 10-15, Damien Hitt 1-7, Hogan Ludolph 1-(-4).
Receiving: William Dunlap 4-113, Derek Renfer 1-27, Damien Hitt 8-90.
Tackles leaders: Hogan Ludolph 16.
Newark Valley 62,
BAINBRIDGE - Newark Valley had three players rush for two touchdowns, and the Cardinals racked up over 450 rushing yards in a blowout victory over Bainbridge-Guilford Friday night.
Joe Sherwood scored on three TD runs, while Max Flesher and Luke Rinkavage had two TD runs apiece. Rinkavage led the Newark Valley rushing attack with 115 yards on five carries.
“We have an inexperienced team, and they have an experienced team,” said B-G head coach Israel Lorimer. “And it showed. The guys did play hard all night. We didn’t always play super smart and we made mistakes where we were out of position at times. We got a little confused.”
The Cardinals scored all their touchdowns over the first three quarters. The Bobcats (1-1) avoided the shutout when Nolan Hawkins converted a 23-yard field goal in the fourth quarter.
B-G plays Harpursville-Afton next weekend.
Score by quarters
NVall 22 20 20 0--62
B-G 0 0 0 3--3
Scoring: NV, Max Flesher 62 run (Flesher kick); NV, Landon Spoonhower 2 run (Luke Rinkavage run) NV, Spoonhower 13 run (Flesher kick); NV, Joe Sherwood 7 run (Flesher kick); Sherwood 26 run (PAT failed); NV, Rinkavage 23 run (Flesher kick); NV, Flesher 15 run (Flesher kick); NV, Sherwood 5 run (PAT failed); NV, Rinkavage 72 run (Flesher kick); BG, Nolan Hawkins 23 FG.
Rushing: NV 39-459 yards, (BG) Ethan Beames 17-46, Ryan Parry 1-5, Noah Janinda 2-6, Caleb Brimmer 2-3, Jorge Canini 4-7, James Hogorian 7-16, Ethan Gregory 3-8.
Passing: NV, 1-4-0, 17 yds. (BG) Ethan Beames 3-12-2, 22 yds.
Receiving: (BG) Keynon Pickens 1-6, Gio Johnson 1-12, Ethan Gregory 1-4. (NV) Joe Sherwood 1-17
Little Falls 35, Sherburne-Earlville 15
LITTLE FALLS - Little Falls improved its record to 2-0 on the season, while Sherburne-Earlville’s overall record fell to 0-3 on the season in Friday’s matchup.
Coming off a 40-13 loss to Section III rival Southern Hills the previous weekend, the Marauders again put up two touchdowns.
Mason Rawley had two TD runs for Little Falls, and Little Falls also blocked a Sherburne-Earlville punt returning it for a touchdown.
Little Falls quarterback, Rikki Smith, threw for 260 yards and two touchdowns.
Unofficially, Sherburne-Earlville’s Darren Miles had a second-quarter touchdown pass, and running back Derick Miller scored on a three-yard TD run in the fourth quarter.
Official Sherburne-Earlville statistics were not available at press time.
Score by quarters
S-E 0 7 0 8--15
LF 6 16 6 7--35
LF, Rikki Smith 99 pass to Logan Frederick (kick failed); S-E, 15-yard TD pass (kick good); LF, Mason Rawley 1 run (Smith pass to Frederick); LF, Smith 20 pass to Chase Regan (Smith pass to Frederick); LF, Blocked punt return TD (pass failed). LF, Rawley 10 run (Xavier Dunn kick); SE, Derick Miller 3 run (two-point pass good).