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LeRoy Youth Football
Le Roy Seniors Shut Out Avon 32-0
Police Report
The Le Roy Seniors hit the
road on Saturday night to face
the 3-1 Avon Braves. The Braves
received the kick and on their
first play from scrimmage, Zack
Vanderhoof recovered an Avon
fumble after a crushing hit by
Alex Panepento. The Knights
didn’t waste any time as Andrew
Englerth scored on a 47 yard
scamper on their 2nd play from
scrimmage. On the 2 pt. conver-
sion, Keaton Hobart was under
pressure as he dropped back to
pass but found Cody Lytle in the
corner of the end zone for an early
8-0 lead.
The Braves were more suc-
cessful on their second series as
they moved the ball inside the
Knights 10 yard line before 4
straight tackles for losses by the
Knights defense gave Le Roy the
ball on their own 20 yard line.
Keaton Hobart went 3-3 passing
for 67 yards on this drive ending
in a 45 yard touchdown pass to
Cody Lytle. Cody did a great job
juking out a few Braves on his
run after the catch. Englerth ran
in the 2 pt. conversion for a 16-0
Le Roy lead.
Avon again drove into the
Knights territory before their
drive stalled on Le Roy’s 33 yard
line. The Knights third drive of
the Knight ended very similar to
the second one as Keaton Hobart
completed a 42 yard touchdown
pass to Andrew Englerth. En-
glerth also juked a few Braves on
his way to the end zone. Lytle ran
in the 2 pt. conversion for a 24-0
Le Roy lead. The Braves were
not able to mount a drive in the
final 2 minutes as time expired
and Le Roy took the 24-0 lead in
to the half.
The Knights received the sec-
ond half kickoff and took 4 plays
to score. Short runs by Alex
Panepento and Lytle followed by
a Hobart to Panepento completion
put the ball on Avon’s 45 yard
line. Englerth would take the
next hand off 45 yards for the
Knight’s touchdown. The 2 pt.
conversion run would fail leaving
the Knights up 30-0.
The Knights forced a quick 3
and out and their next drive saw a
host of tailbacks carry the ball led
by Cam Green’s 19 yard dash to
go along with tough runs by Tyler
Strollo, Nate Andrews and Brady
Fix. The drive would stall at the
Braves 6 yard line leaving Avon
with tough field position. Back to
back tackles for losses by Pane-
pento forced the Braves to take
their 4th down snap from inside
the 1 yard line. Devyn Bzduch
would blitz from his corner back
spot and tackle the ball carrier
in the end zone for the Knights
safety and a 32-0 Knights lead.
The two teams traded posses-
sions as the 4th quarter wound
down. Cam Green recovered a
Braves fumble that would enable
Le Roy to take a knee and run out
the clock for the 32-0 victory.
This was the Knights 5th shut-
out in six games as they have
only given up one touchdown all
season. Defensively, the Knights
were led by Cody Lytle who
made 7 tackles and Alex Pane-
pento who added 6 tackles and
a forced fumble. Sixteen other
Knights made the defensive stat
sheet as this was a total teamwin!
Adding to the tackle total was
Andrew Englerth (4), Ian Kemp
(3), Cole Rauscher (3), Jimmy
Burns (2), Cam Greene (2 and a
fumble recovery), Zack Vander-
hoof (1 and a fumble recovery),
Ethan Beswick (1 and a forced
fumble), Devyn Bzduch (1 for
a safety) and the following with
1 tackle each; Luke Rider, Cole
Sullivan, Nate Andrews, Adam
Risewick, Andrew Kettle, Brett
Babcock and Tyler Strollo.
Offensively, the Knights rolled
up 324 total yards led by Keaton
Hobart’s 6 for 7 passing for 118
yards with two touchdowns and
one 2 pt. conversion. Andrew
Englerth ran for 127 yards and
one TD and one 2 pt. conversion
while also adding 2 catches for
49 yards and one TD. Cody Lytle
added 27 yards rushing with a 2
pt. conversion while also adding
2 catches for 48 yards and one TD
and one 2 pt. conversion.
Alex Panepento continues his
devastating blocks from the full-
back position while also adding
10 yards rushing and 21 yards
receiving on 2 receptions. Also
carrying the ball for the Knights
were Tyler Strollo, Nate An-
drews, Cam Greene, Brady Fix
and Cole Rauscher.
The blocking by the offensive
lineman continues to pave the
way for this Knights attack. They
are led by Jimmy Burns, Zack
Vanderhoof, Cole Rauscher,
Andrew Kettle, Jackson Locke,
Luke Rider, Riley Pankow and
Ethan Beswick and Cam Greene
from their end positions.
The Knights are now 6-0 on the
season and look to put their re-
cord on the line against Dansville
next Sunday at Hartwood Park.
Come out and cheer the boys on
at 2 pm.
09/25/2014 - A 27 year old LeRoy man was arrested today by the
LeRoy Police Department after an investigation which started on
September 16, 2014, alleging that children ages 2 and 3 were found
wandering unattended, away from the residence. Joseph D. Sum-
mers Jr. of 103 West Main Street, B-3 A-6, LeRoy was arrested and
charged with one count of Endangering the Welfare of a Child, a class
A-Misdemeanor. It is alleged that this is the third incident this year,
in which children who were being watched by Summers were found
unattended wandering from the residence.
Summers was issued an Appearance Ticket to appear in the LeRoy
Town Court at a later date.
09/29/2014 - The LeRoy Police Department is advising consumers
to use caution as a result of larcenies which have been occurring in
local supermarkets relating to the theft of wallets from purses. In
the past week, the LeRoy Police have received two complaints where
wallets have been stolen out of purses left in shopping carts. It is
believed that the victim was unknowingly followed around the store
by unknown persons while their purses were located in the shopping
cart. The Suspect(s) then waited until the Victim was distracted (or
caused the distraction) and stole the wallet from the purse. This is
a relatively common crime technique and has occurred in the past in
LeRoy and other towns.
The LeRoy Police are suggesting that if you need to keep your purse
in the cart, separate all valuables including wallets, credit cards and
checkbooks and keep them in your pockets.
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