It was a battle of unbeatens who could see each other again in the Class A championship. Irondequoit hosting Canandaigua, and the Braves led 7-6 in the final minute of the first half. Freddy June would lead the Eagles in a two minute drill capped off by a touchdown pass to Gerald Drumgoole to get Irondequoit a 14-6 lead at halftime. On the second play of the second half, June keep it on a QB zone read and faked out a pair of Braves on his way to a 63-yard touchdown.
Mike Masucci found the endzone three times: twice on offense, once on a 60-yard interception return for a touchdown as Webster Schroeder won in a rout 34-7 over Hilton on Friday. The senior wideout's receiving touchdowns were 31 and 64 yards in length. The Warriors are now 3-0 this season and have outscored opponents 90-27. The Red Raiders started the game like they were shot out of a cannon and never looked back, thumping Penfield 49-14 on Friday.
Rochester - For the first time since 1952 the Canandaigua Braves played a home football game under the lights on a Friday night. The Braves didn't waste time giving their the crowd something to cheer about. On the first drive of the game, the home team marched 65 yards in three plays capped off by an AJ Clifford 15-yard touchdown run to give the Braves a lead less than two minutes in. Canandaigua made it 14-0 on their first drive of the second half when Seth Vigneri scored from 29 yards out.
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Selecting a term
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