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Back Mountain 32

Kingston 12

The Back Mountain Bobcats A team is on a roll, grabbing its seventh straight win by way of a 32-12 victory over the Kingston Huskies.

The offense had another strong showing, scoring over 30 points for the fifth consecutive time. Willy Mucha led the offense in rushing with two touchdowns and two 2-point conversions. Dylan Pilger added a rushing touchdown, a 2-point conversion and completed a touchdown pass to Willy Mucha.

Justin Bulter had a rushing 2-point conversion while Brian Durling, PJ Konnick and Angelino Baltier had some nice runs for the Bobcats. The offense line, led by Cody Long, Evan May, Matt Durling Adam Simmonette, Brian Durling CJ McCauley, Justus Schultz and Tyler Brobst, created great scoring opportunities for the Bobcats.

The defense had its hands full containing the Huskies‚?? stong running and passing game. The defensive line, led by Paul Ciaccia, Austin Parry, Randy Zacharais, PJ Konnick, Elija Vigil, Justus Schultz and Brian Durling, kept the pressure on the Kingston quarterback.

The defensive backs, led by Joey Vigil, Angelino Baltier, Evan May, Dylan Pilger, Willy Mucha, PJ Konnick, CJ McCauley and Justin Bulter, did a great job of keeping the running backs out of the endzone. Evan May and Willy Mucha each recovered a fumble and Willy Mucha had a great interception.

Kingston Township 46

Ed-Lark 8

The Kingston Township Raiders A team dismantled the Ed-Lark Hurricanes this past Sunday, 46-8, behind the strong running of Daunte Zurenda and the arm of JT Carey.

Stephen Wempa starting things for the aerial attack, grabbing a pass for a 2-point conversion before the Raiders began their air assault. Kyle Kotulski anchored an offensive line, composed of Matt Ross, Shawn Spencer, Matt Karuza and Corey Stegman.

Corey Patrick took one of Stegman‚??s passes 35 yards for a score in the third quarter and Aaron Kliamovich and Cody Stemrich each added touchdown runs of over 35 yards to seal the Raider victory.


Kingston 26

Back Mountain 8

The Bobcats played really tough against the Kingston Huskies but came up on the short end of a 26-8 final score.

The only Bobcat touchdown and 2-point conversion was scored by Jack Tomko. Great rushing yardage was turned in by the Bobcat backs led by Stone Mannello, Corbin Holcomb, Jack Tomko, Cameron Brennan and RJ Driscoll.

The offense was led by Adam Rosencrance, Connor Kerkowski, Anthony Grandinetti, Owen Morgan and Devin Dickson.

The Back Mountain defense got great tackles by Zack Haddle, Erik Sweppenheiser, Zack Gabel, Eric George, Artie Coolbaugh, Marcus Steele and AJ Spears. Eric George forced a fumble, recovered the ball and picked up positive yardage for the Bobcats late in the second quarter.

The Bobcats scored in the second half but the Huskies answered with two touchdowns late in the game.


Back Mountain 16

Kingston 14

The Bobcats C team held the Kingston Huskies on the goal line for a big 16-14 win.

Nate O‚??Donnell forced a fumble on the goal line and denied the Huskies a touchdown with seconds to go in the fourth quarter.

Touchdowns were scored by Nate O‚??Donnell and Nate Hazeltine who rushed for the 2 two-point conversions, putting the Bobcats up, 16-8, at the half. Great offense was played by Joseph Deyo, Ian Evans, Bradley Adams, Dakota Heinrich, Zach Hill and Hunter Landon.

The Bobcats came out strong in the second half. Great defense was played by Quinten Huey, Gage Mitchell, Cole Robbins, Matt Schnable, Cole Wyffels, Zack Bloom and Josh Durling. The running backs of Nick Whitesell, Nate O‚??Donnell, Nate Hazeltine and Nate LaBar had record yardage.

Kingston Township 24

Ed-Lark 6

The Kingston Township Raiders C team improved to 7-1 on the season with a convincing 24-6 victory over a tough Ed-Lark team.

The Raiders were able to get touchdown runs from David Schuster, Christian Motley and Mason Gattuso and Devin Robbins threw a touchdown to Schuster to account for the scoring.

The blocking up front by Josh Holdredge, Michael Doggett, Nate Maransky and Carl Markowski was excellent all day.

Defensively, KT was just as good with solid efforts from Kyle McAndrew, Michael Anderson, Max Dzugan and Chris Carver.

Dallas 12

Exeter 0

The Dallas Jr. Mounts C team lost, 12-0, to the undefeated Exeter Panthers last Sunday.

The Dallas defense held the potent Exeter offense in check most of the day. With one minute before halftime, Robbie Trottini scampered 93 yards for a TD to put Exeter up, 6-0.

The rest of the game was a defensive battle until Exeter scored with 45 seconds left in the game. The Dallas defense was led by Dalton Simpson, Blaine Rex, Cole Dewees, Steven Newell and Sean Cuba. The offense, led by Drew Patton, Jay Bittner, Joseph Brennan and Shawn Henniger was in the red zone four times but came away empty.


Kingston Township 32

Ed-Lark 6

The Kingston Township Raiders D team beat the Ed-Lark Hurricanes, 32-6.

Cole Vonderheid, Blake Perrego and Jackson Wydra stepped up to fill in some positions on offense and defense left vacant by the absence of some players.

All of them brought their A-games with them, playing not only their regular spots but also positions normally occupied by their friends and teammates.

Scott McClaughlin and Tyler Meyer came up with big hits on defense while Troy Turniski recovered another fumble.

Michael Starbuck and Matt Maransky scored for the Raiders. Maransky chose to wear pink socks in honor of his grandmother, who was home and unable to attend due to an illness. He played tough on both sides of the ball for her.

Dallas 20

Exeter 14

The Dallas Jr. Mounts outlasted the Exeter Panthers, 20-14.

Dallas took a 6-0 halftime lead by executing the no-huddle offense to perfection behind great blocking from Collin Ziess, Michael Lukasavage and Matthew Lukasavage.

Xander Shaner took the last play of the half off the left side to give Dallas the early lead. Exeter came back with two second-half scores by Riley Rusyn sandwiched by a Jack Gallis touchdown to take a 14-12 lead into the fouth quarter.

Dallas again went into the no-huddle offense late in the fourth quarter and Gallis again punched it into the endzone to give the Jr. Mounts a 20-14 lead. Then the Dallas defense, led by Jared Adamski, Ethan Sult and Christian Sebastianelli, pushed the Panthers deep into their own territory.

Jack Farrell sealed the victory for Dallas with an interception to move the Jr. Mounts to 8-0 on the season.

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