LeRoy Pennysaver & News

LE ROY PENNYSAVER & NEWS - OCTOBER 29, 2017 LeRoy Senior Football – LeRoy 38 – Warsaw 0 LeRoy finished off a perfect regular season on an unseason- ably warm October Sunday. The Senior Knights notched their 6th shutout in 8 games and for the 3rd time this season, did not allow a first down. LeRoy started with the ball, and on their second play from scrimmage, QB Tom- my Condidorio dropped a dime in Adrian Stephen’s hands. Stephens made several nifty moves, sniffing his way through the defense for a 47 yard TD reception. The conversion kick failed, and LeRoy led 6-0 early. LeRoy’s defense forced a quick punt which Der- ryk Gacek returned 10 yards to put the Knights in great field position. However LeRoy failed to capitalize, and Connor Hegeman boomed a 30 yard punt to pin Warsaw inside their 20. A tackle for loss by Aaric Luce and Joey Biletskiy, as well as sack by Luce forced another quick punt. DJ O’Geen returned the punt 18 yards to give LeRoy the ball inside the Warsaw 20. Three plays later, Condidorio found Drew Strollo in the back of the end zone for a 6 yard TD, extending the early lead to 12-0. On the next play from scrimmage, Adam Wood- worth recovered a Warsaw fum- ble, giving the Knights the ball at the Warsaw 27. Tony Piazza took the rock on the next play and out ran several defenders to the pylon for a TD. Woodworth would come in to attempt the PAT, and finished off the drive with a gorgeous kick through the uprights to extend the lead to 20-0 in the first quarter. After another Warsaw punt, LeRoy took over around midfield. Joey “Bullet” Bikets- kiy took the next handoff and scampered 36 yards exciting the crowd and his teammates. Nice runs by Josh Horner, Tavis Landen, and Jack Egeling put the ball on the Warsaw goal line to start the 2nd quarter. Luke Lathan took over from there, bulling in for a TD extending the lead to 26-0. Alex Spezzano re- turned a Warsaw punt 19 yards to put LeRoy back in good field position. The offense would stall however, and Connor He- geman boomed a punt through the back of the end zone to give the ball back to Warsaw. An- other punt by Warsaw put the ball on the 31 yard line where LeRoy took over. On the very next play, Jude Sherman broke several tackles on his way to the end zone for a 31 yard TD, bringing the score to 32-0 at the half. The second half moved along very quickly as both coaches agreed to move to a running time clock. LeRoy’s defense continued to put up a brick wall, allowing no positive yards. Luke Lathan and Tom- my Condidorio both recovered fumbles to bolster the defense. Offensively, LeRoy moved the ball steadily the entire half, highlighted by a 17 yard touch- down by speedster Xavien Walker, to close out the scoring 38-0 LeRoy. Tommy Condidorio led the offense early with bril- liant passing, completing 4 passes for 81 yards and 2 touch- downs. Adrian Stephens had a 47 yard TD catch, Jackson Fix caught a pass for 10 yards, and Drew Strollo made two catch- es for 24 yards including a TD. Joey Biletskiy led the team on the ground with 36 yards, while Tony Piazza added 27 and a TD. Jude Sherman added 31 yards and a TD, while Xavien Walker added 22 yards and a TD. Also running the ball for LeRoy were Josh Horner, Tavis Landen, Jack Egeling, Luke Lathan (TD), Derryk Gacek, Zach Tooley, Adam Woodworth, Jayce Pane- pento, Cameron Maxwell, Kyle Northrup, Peter Clark, and Con- nor Hegeman. Defensively, mul- tiple Knights were around the football all game long. William Bogan, Drew Strollo, Aaric Luce, and Jack Egeling all had sacks. Tommy Condidorio, Luke Lathan, and Adam Wood- worth had fumble recoveries. Contributing with tackles were Hunter Beverly, Connor Hege- man, Joey Biletskiy, Tony Piaz- za, Luke Lathan, Drew Strollo, Adam Woodworth, Aaric Luce, Willam Bogan, Jude Sherman, Derryk Gacek, Jack Egeling, Holden Sullivan, Jackson Fix, Peter Clark, Cal Koukides, Xavien Walker, and Alex Spez- zano. LeRoy looks to defend their championship next week as they face off against Livonia in Bath on Sunday 10/29 at 2 PM