LE ROY PENNYSAVER & NEWS - OCTOBER 8, 2017 LeRoy Senior Knights LeRoy 36 Avon 0 LeRoy hosted the Avon Braves on Sunday October 1st in an important CYFL Northern Division matchup. LeRoy con- tinued to dominate in all facets of the game, completing their 4th consecutive shutout against the high scoring Braves squad. LeRoy kicked off to begin the game, and consecutive tack- les for loss put Avon in a 4th and long situation. Electing to go for the first down, Avon threw the ball downfield, where the “Bogey Man,” William Bogan played scary good defense and picked off the pass to give the Knights the ball around mid- field. LeRoy’s offense moved the ball at will on their first pos- session, which culminated with a 25-yard TD run to the pylon as Drew Strollo outraced a speedy Avon defender. The conversion attempt failed, leaving the score at 6-0 LeRoy. LeRoy’s defense stepped up again, forcing a punt on Avon’s next possession. Again, behind a balanced running attack, Le- Roy’s offense moved the ball down the field steadily. Drew Strollo would punch in a TD from 5 yards out, with Tony Piazza scoring on a pass from Tommy Condidorio to succeed on the conversion, extending the early 1st quarter lead to 14-0. Avon failed to convert a first down on their next offen- sive possession, giving the ball back to LeRoy again around midfield. LeRoy drove down the field again, however a lost fumble would hand the ball back to Avon. LeRoy’s defense again forced a quick punt. The offense took over, and Tony Pi- azza bulled his way downfield for a big gain to set up the of- fense for its 3rd score. Tommy Condidorio took advantage of his legs rather than his arm on this drive, darting untouched for an 11-yard TD run. Piazza punched in the conversion, ex- tending the lead to 22-0. Avon looked to get some- thing started on their last pos- session of the half, however tackles for loss by the “Bullet,” Joey Biletskiy and Jackson Fix forced another passing situa- tion. This time, Tony Piazza thwarted the drive with an in- terception, taking the lead into half. LeRoy’s offense continued to move the ball in big chunks behind runs by Piazza and Strollo as the second half start- ed with LeRoy getting the ball. Cal Koukides ended the drive with a weaving 23-yard TD run, dodging multiple defenders. Tommy Condidorio would hit Strollo for the conversion, ex- tending the lead to 30-0 early in the 3rd quarter. Avon looked to get some- thing going on their next pos- session gaining a first down. However consecutive tackles for loss again forced a turnover on downs. Adam Woodworth took advantage on offense, sprinting up the middle for a 40- yard TD run, ending the scoring 36-0 LeRoy with time left in the 3rd quarter. The 4th quar- ter saw LeRoy continue to shut the door on the Avon offense, with the X-Man, Xavien Walker slamming the door shut with a fantastic interception. Drew Strollo gained 96 yards on the ground including 2 TDs and also scored a 2-point conversion. Tony Piazza added 69 tough rushing yards, excit- ing the crowd with his bruis- ing style of running while also making a couple of catches and scoring a couple of 2-point con- versions. Jackson Fix gained positive yardage for the Knights and punished defenders with devastating blocks. Tommy Condidorio completed 3 passes and also ran for 11 yards and a TD. Adam Woodworth scooted for 61 yards and a TD, while Cal Koukides ran for 36 yards and a TD. Also running the ball for LeRoy were Luke Lathan, Xavien Walker, and Jude Sher- man. Defensively, William Bo- gan, Tony Piazza, and Xavien Walker all had interceptions. Jackson Fix shut down half of the field with 8 tackles, half of which were for loss. Drew Strollo also added 8 tackles, in- cluding multiple for loss. Cal Koukides (4), Tony Piazza (3), Xavien Walker (5), and Luke Lathan (3) all added multiple stops from the linebacking core. Adam Woodworth added 2 tackles including a sack, while Connor Hegeman held the edge with 5 tackles. Kyle Northrup (2), Hunter Beverly (4) and Pe- ter Clark (3) all added multiple stops. Also with tackles for the Knights were Jude Sherman, Holden Sullivan, Joey Bilets- kiy, Tavis Landen, Wyatt Drap- er, Jack Egeling, and Tommy Condidorio. The 5-0 Senior Knights travel for a crucial di- vision matchup on 10/8 against the undefeated Genesee Val- ley Bills, with 1st place in the Northern Division on the line.