Southwestern Coasts To Third Win, 49-8
Tywon Wright had 15 carries for 163 yards and two touchdowns as Southwestern beat Allegany-Limestone 49-8 in Class C South football action Thursday night at Charles A. Lawson Field.
The Trojans (3-0, 3-0) led 21-0 at halftime on Aidan Kennedy touchdown passes to Conrad Thomas and Gaven Dewey coupled with a Zishan Munir 2-yard scoring plunge.
In the third quarter, Southwestern upped its lead to 35-0 in touchdown scampers by Munir and Wright.
Wright capped his night with an 80-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter before Austin Rott made it 49-0.
The Gators (1-2, 1-1) then became the first team all season to score on the Trojans’ defense when Chad Carlson caught a 13-yard pass from Thomas Callen.
Dom Certo led Southwestern’s defense with a pair of interceptions while Nate Johnson also had an interception and Vance Alvarez had a fumble recovery. Seth Bennett had eight tackles while Cooper Pannes and Thomas each had six.
Allegany-Limestone 0 0 0 8 — 8
Southwestern 7 14 14 14 — 49
Sou–Thomas 18 pass from Kennedy (Card kick)
Sou–Munir 2 run (Card kick)
Sou–Dewey 4 pass from Kennedy (Card kick)
Sou–Munir 15 run (Card kick)
Sou–Wright 7 run (Hoose kick)
Sou–Wright 80 run (Card kick)
Sou–Rott 2 run (Card kick)
A-L–Carlson 13 pass from Callen (pass good)
SALAMANCA — Despite being outgained 209-145, Salamanca was the recipient of four Gowanda/Pine Valley turnovers and turned two into touchdowns en route to a 28-6 nonleague victory at Veterans Park.
After the Warriors recovered a fumble in the first quarter, Isaac Brown capped a scoring drive with an 11-yard touchdown run that made it 7-0 after Aly Hill’s first of four successful point-after kicks.
Salamanca (2-1, 1-1 Class D) made it 14-0 later in the first quarter as Jarrett McKenna returned an interception 35 yards for a score.
Gowanda/Pine Valley (0-3, 0-2 Class C South) got its only points in the second quarter as Chelton Bellinger scored on a 19-yard touchdown run.
The score remained 14-6 until the fourth quarter when Lucas McKenna scored on touchdowns runs of 1 and 9 yards for the Warriors.
Lucas McKenna led Salamanca with 70 yards passing and Brown was the Warriors’ leading rusher with 69 yards. Austin Maybee intercepted a pass in the third quarter.
Gavin Phillips rushed for 69 yards for the Panthers.
Gowanda/Pine Valley 0 6 0 0 — 6
Salamanca 14 0 0 14 — 28
Sal–Isaac Brown 11 run (Aly Hill kick)
Sal–Jarrett McKenna 35 interception return (Hill kick)
G/PV–Chelton Bellinger 19 run (kick failed)
Sal–Lucas McKenna 1 run (Hill kick)
Sal–Lucas McKenna 9 run (Hill kick)
RANDOLPH — Olean led 19-0 by the end of the third quarter and beat Randolph 19-8 in nonleague action.
The Cardinals (1-2, 1-1 Class D) stayed close to the Huskies (1-2, 0-0 Class B3) in terms of total yardage, but turned the ball over three times including a pair of interceptions.
Olean went up 6-0 at the 9:03 mark of the first quarter on a Railey Silvis 40-yard touchdown pass to Gavin Kulp. The same pair hooked up for an 18-yard touchdown at the 8:58 mark of the second quarter as the Huskies took a 12-0 lead into halftime.
After the break, Nick Pantuso scored on a 12-yard touchdown run with 42.8 seconds left in the third quarter.
Ty Hind got Randolph on the board with 7:37 left in the fourth quarter on a 9-yard touchdown run.
Pantuso ran 17 times for 64 yards while Silvis completed four passes for 87 yards for Olean.
Isaac Hind led the Cardinals with 83 yards on the ground.
Olean 6 6 7 0 — 19
Randolph 0 0 0 8 — 8
Ole–Kulp 40 pass from Silvis (pass failed)
Ole–Kulp 18 pass from Silvis (kick failed)
Ole–Pantuso 12 run (Linderman kick)
Ran–THind 9 run (Finch pass from THind)
PERRY — Cattaraugus-Little Valley scored 20 second-half points to beat Section V-Perry 26-12 in nonleague action.
The Timberwolves (1-2, 0-1 Class D) took a 6-0 lead in the first quarter when Joe Quigley caught a 35-yard touchdown pass fro Nick Burroughs.
The score remained 6-0 until the third quarter when Burroughs gave Cattaraugus-Little Valley a 12-0 lead with a 1-yard run.
Perry’s Cameron Petrie then caught a 40-yard touchdown pass from Justice Fanaro, but Burroughs answered with an 11-yard touchdown run for the Timberwolves to make it 20-6 after Hunter Furl’s 2-point conversion run.
In the fourth quarter, the Yellow Jackets’ Chalis Farmer caught a 60-yard touchdown pass from Fanaro, but Furl answered with a 23-yard touchdown run for Cattaraugus-Little Valley.
Cattaraugus-Little Valley 6 0 14 6 — 26
Perry 0 0 6 6 — 12
C-LV–Quigley 35 pass from Burroughs (run failed)
C-LV–Burroughs 1 run (pass failed)
Per–Petrie 40 pass from Fanaro (kick failed)
C-LV–Burroughs 11 run (Furl run)
Per–Farmer 60 pass from Fanaro (pass failed)
C-LV–Furl 23 run (pass failed)