GENEVA — It was a parsimonious diversion during first, though after being behind early in a diversion a Geneva Panthers pulled divided from a Waterloo Indians Saturday during a diversion played during Boswell Field.
The final measure was Geneva 42, Waterloo 29.
Geneva Coach Mike Pane pronounced during one indicate Waterloo was adult 21 to 12, though by halftime his football group had pulled forward with 34 points to Waterloo’s 21.
“We hung in there and done some good plays,” Pane said. “We converted a integrate of third downs that were large and incited a movement around in a second quarter.”
Geneva quarterback Tyrese Evans had 4 touchdown passes — dual in a initial quarter, one in a second entertain and one in a fourth, pronounced Pane. On a receiving finish dual times any were far-reaching receivers Zarian Chance and Pliekou Irvin.
The feat brings Geneva’s record to 3-1; Waterloo now stands during 2-2. Geneva heads to Pal-Mac subsequent weekend.
Although gratified with a win, Pane pronounced a group has been struggling with some injuries and did not use quite good final week.
“Not to take anything divided from Waterloo — they are doing a good pursuit down there — though I’m anticipating that a kids learn that use habits send over to games.”
Geneva is personification during Boswell Field during Hobart and William Smith Colleges all deteriorate as a school’s new margin is being constructed.
FINGER LAKES EAST
Wayne 33, Newark 7
NEWARK — Braeden Zenelovic upheld for 3 TDs, dual going to Steve Moretti-Ransom, to prominence a Eagles’ win.
Bill Thompson rushed 23 times for 101 yards and one measure for Wayne (2-2, 2-2).
Marcel Greene DeSouza had 62 yards rushing and one TD for Newark (0-4, 0-4).
FINGER LAKES WEST
Red Jacket 46, Mynderse 21
SENECA FALLS — Jarrett LeGault was probably unstoppable as he scored 5 touchdowns to lead Red Jacket to feat over Mynderse.
The sophomore using behind hauled in passes of 28, 60 and 55 yards from quarterback Travis Liberty, rushed for a 60-yard measure and returned a kickoff 81 yards for a TD. He finished with 237 descent yards, 144 of them receiving.
Mynderse led 7-6 after a entertain and 21-14 during halftime, though Red Jacket scored 32 unanswered points after intermission.
Liberty went 5-for-7 for 196 yards and 3 TDs.
John Scharf rushed for 102 yards and a TD for Red Jacket (3-1, 2-1) and Carter Napoleon had 11 tackles to lead a defense.
RJ Harrison carried 23 times for 150 yards and Trent Young had 18 rushes for 124 for Mynderse (1-3, 1-3).
Young led a Blue Devil invulnerability with 8 tackles.
CG Finney 46, Dundee 43
DUNDEE — The Scotsmen attempted to stand out of an early hole, though in a finish came adult only a few points bashful of their initial win.
Down 14-0 after a quarter, Dundee scored 3 TDs in a second duration and trailed 28-14 during halftime.
Both teams scored once in a third quarter, with any unwell on a additional indicate attempt.
Down 34-27 streamer into a fourth quarter, a Scots outscored a Falcons 16-12, though it wasn’t enough.
Dundee had a span of considerable performances on a belligerent as Ryan Prior rushed for 162 yards on 20 carries and Sam Richards carried a round 17 times for 136 yards. They scored one TD apiece.
Quarterback Kyle Cratsley ran for 3 TDs.
Austin Brace combined 45 yards on a belligerent and Preston Cratsley held one pass for 35 yards.
Defensively, Dundee (0-4) got 10 tackles from Richards, 8 from Brace, 7 every by Joshua Cramer and Prior, and 5 from Preston Cratsley, who also returned a fail for a score.
Finney improves to 2-2 with a win.