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GRIDIRON HOTLINE
CORNWALL and MARLBORO ELIMINATED

Both Marlboro and Cornwall Section 9 winners in their respective Class were eliminated this past week by Section 1 teams in the state quarter finals. Marlboro fell 33-22 to Pleasantville and Cornwall lost to Yorktown 38 to 14.

PLEASANTVILLE 33 – MARLBORO 22
Marlboro (9-1) looked like they were about to upset a very good Section 1 Pleasantville team as they put up points in their first four possessions in the Class B quarter final.

Marlboro’s Mr. Everything, Sam Mongelli scored two early touchdowns on the ground, scoring from the 1 and 12. Mongelli added a 25 yard field goal and also connected with John Perugino on a 70 yard scoring strike to give Marlboro a 22-12 half time lead.

Marlboro was unable to score in the second half and lost 33-22. Mongelli rushed for 118 yards on 20 carries and completed 7 of 13 passes for 130 yards. Perugino caught four passes for 105 yards.
Geo Freisenda and Monti Walker led the Dukes defense with eight tackles each.

YORKTOWN 38-CORNWALL 14
Cornwall dropped the Class A quarterfinal game to Yorktown 38-14. Kieran Kreider connected on a 65 yard scoring strike to Seth Goitia and TJ Gayle scored from three yards out for the only Cornwall scores.
Cornwall finished the season 9-1 and Yorktown moved to 11-0 and is one win away from the Class A Final at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse.

THIS WEEKS PICKS

TROY OVER NEWBURGH – Troy will be too much for Newburgh.

 

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