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LE ROY PENNYSAVER & NEWS - OCTOBER 2, 2016

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On another beautiful Sunday

afternoon, rival Cal-Mum made

the 7 mile trek down Route 5, as

the Junior Knights played their

first game at the newly renovat-

ed Hartwood Park. Coming off

their best team defensive game

of the year, the Knights defense

continued t hei r dominance

while being led by a balanced

offensive attack.

Cal-Mum won the toss and

deferred, giving LeRoy the ball to

start the game. A 5 yard penalty

by the defense gave LeRoy 1st &

5 at the 40 yard line. Runs of 10

yards by Luke Lathan, 4 yards

by Adam Woodworth, 3 yards

by Jude Sherman and 4 yards by

Woodworth sandwiched a second

offsides on the defense. This set

up 2nd & 6 at the 34 yard line.

LeRoy’s left side, featuring Aaric

Luce, Jace Jedrewski & Jake

Higgins, opened a gaping hole for

Jude Sherman to burst through on

his way to a 34 yard touchdown

run. Luke Lathan powered in the

extra point for an early 8-0 lead.

On Cal-Mum’s first possession,

Jack Egeling, Luke Lathan and

Wyatt Draper all made plays at

or behind the line of scrimmage

LeRoy Junior Knights – LeRoy 32 – Cal-Mum 0

forcing a 4th and 12. Cal-Mum

chose to punt the ball away giv-

ing LeRoy possession at their 47.

A balanced, up tempo, 9 play

drive featuring runs by Luke

Lathan, Adam Woodworth and

Jake Higgins set up LeRoy at

the 2 yard line. DJ O’Geen, Wy-

att Draper and Grady Gilligan

opened up the right side allowing

Adam Woodworth to walk un-

touched into the end zone. LeRoy

14 – Cal-Mum 0.

LeRoy’s defense led by Aaric

Luce, Joey Reschke, AndrewDa-

vis and DJ O’Geen again forced

a three and out after three plays

for negative yardage. After a Cal-

Mum punt, LeRoy took over at

Cal-Mum’s 47 yard line to begin

the second quarter.

LeRoy’s next drive featured the

four-headed monster of Lathan,

Sherman, Woodworth and Higgins

as all four contributed with runs

taking the ball down to the 2 yard

line, where Luke Lathan finished

off an 8 play drive to make the

score 20 – 0 LeRoy.

It took only one play for Le-

Roy’s defense to get the ball

back as Holden Sullivan and Jack

Egeling burst through the line,

almost taking the handoff, to

force a fumble that was recovered

by Holden Sullivan.

One play later, LeRoy convert-

ed a turnover into points. Le-

Roy’s second wave of offensive

linemen, Brandon Shirley, Gaven

Myers, Nick Noble, Cameron

Wilson, Austin Bogue, Connor

“CC” Corcimiglia & Drake

Schwab, got in on the action

executing their blocking assign-

ments perfectly, as Jude Sher-

man burst through a huge hole

to race 31 yards for his second

touchdown of the day. Halftime

Score - LeRoy 26 – Cal-Mum 0.

LeRoy’s defense did not allow

a 26-0 halftime score to impact

their effort in the second half.

32 different LeRoy defenders

teamed up to allow only 3 yards

on 17 carries by the Red Raiders

over the final two quarters.

The final touchdown of the

game came after LeRoy’s de-

fense gave the offense the ball at

Cal-Mum’s 10 yard line. Behind

textbook blocks by Brandon Shir-

ley and Gaven Myers, Connor El-

more got free around the left end

and sprinted untouched into the

end zone for his first touchdown

of the year. Final Score LeRoy

32 – Cal-Mum 0.

LeRoy’s defense was led by

Jack Egeling with 11 tackles

including 4 for a loss & Holden

Sullivan with 6 tackles, 5 for

a loss and a fumble recovery.

Luke Lathan recorded 5 tackles

and a fumble recovery. Andrew

Davis, Aaric Luce, Jude Sher-

man each with 3 tackles. Adam

Woodworth with 2 tackles. Wyatt

Draper, Connor Elmore, Noah

Kaczanowski, Cameron Max-

well, Alex Spezzano and Cole

Tonzi, each with 1 tackle.

LeRoy’s offense was powered

by Jude Sherman with 4 carries

for 70 yards and 2 TD’s followed

by Adam Woodworth with 7

carries for 42 yards and a TD,

Connor Elmore with 7 carries for

42 yards and a TD, Luke Lathan

with 7 carries for 41 yards and a

TD, Jake Higgins with 5 carries

for 35 yards, Noah Kaczanowski

with 2 carries for 31 yards and

Joey Reschke with 3 carries for

4 yards.

LeRoy plays at York on

Sunday, October 2nd at Noon.

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