Saranac Lake, Beekmantown, Peru, Moriah Win in Week 2 Games

2013 Section VII Football Season Standings


Saranac Lake Red Storm
Moriah Vikings
Peru Indians
Ticonderoga Sentinels
Beekmantown Eagles
Saranac Central Chiefs
Plattsburgh Hornets
AuSable Valley Patriots
Div.     NLg  Overall   PF    PA
2-0      0-0       2-0      88       2
2-0      0-0       2-0      68     28
2-0      0-0       2-0      40     28
1-1      0-0       1-1      46     20
1-1      0-0       1-1      58     42
0-2      0-0       0-2      22     73
0-2      0-0       0-2        8     68
0-2      0-0       0-2      22     91


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Plattsburgh running back Quran Carroll (33) stretches for tough yardage as he is swarmed by Red Storm defenders. A stingy Storm defense posted it's second victory in as many games as the Hornet offense was held out of the end zone through four quarters. Saranac Lake went on for a 40-2 victory.  (Greg Ferguson photo)  Game Gallery

 

Games of Week 2: September 12-13, 2014

 NCSN Football Scoreboard

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2014

Beekmantown 43, AuSable Valley 22
Saranac Lake 40, Plattsburgh 2

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2014

Peru 20, Ticonderoga 14
Moriah 40, Saranac Central 22

WEEK 2 SCORING RECAPS

PERU 20, TICONDEROGA 14
The Peru Indians rallied with two fourth-quarter touchdowns to turn back the Ticonderoga Sentinels 20-14. Peru’s Anthony Gallo reeled in a 24-yard TD pass from Blake Altizer just 5:44 into the contest. The Sentinels (1-1) answered on the ensuing drive with a Garrison Hughes-to-Ryan Trudeau 51-yard bomb to tie the game at 6-6. Ticonderoga scored the only touchdown of the second quarter when Hughes plunged in from the one-yard line. After a scoreless third quarter, the door was left open for the Indians (2-0) to come back, with Altizer’s one-yard keepers at 1:18 and 8:32 of the fourth quarter for the win.

MORIAH 40, SARANAC CENTRAL 22
The Moriah Vikings racked up 20 points in the first 12:03, built a 33-0 halftime lead, then coasted to a 40-22 victory over the Saranac Central Chiefs. Quarterback Adam Jaquish tossed four touchdown passes, while completing 9-of-12 spirals for 199 yards. Troy Welch rushed for two touchdowns, one of two yards, the other for eight yards. Jarred MacDougal hauled in a 42-yard catch-and run touchdown, while Kyle Stockwell reeled in a 28-yard TD reception to account for first-half scores. Tyler Slattery also pulled in a 22-yard TD reception. Dylan Clay, Rafael River and Caiden Goodman scored the touchdowns for Saranac Central, their first scores of the season. Moriah improved to 2-0 and faces Ticonderoga next week, while Saranac dropped to 0-2 and heads to Saranac Lake next week.

BEEKMANTOWN 43, AUSABLE VALLEY 22
After a scoreless first quarter, Beekmantown poured it on for 23 unanswered points in the second quarter and built a 29-0 lead before romping to a 43-22 victory over the AuSable Valley Patriots. The Eagles scored four times within a span of 7:11 in the second quarter to take command. Zach Bingel nailed a 23-yard field goal to get the Eagles rolling. Less than five minutes later, Dylan Peryea had scored on a two-yard dive, Justin Stevens (213 total yards) added a 32-yard run and Tyler Newman scampered for an eight-yard score to open a 23-0 lead in lightning fashion. Stevens opened the third quarter with a 48-yard TD dash. Stevens and Alex Archer scored second-half touchdowns. Lucas Perez, Nate Manning and Sultan Sikandar scored touchdowns for AuSable Valley.

SARANAC LAKE STORMS PAST PLATTSBURGH IN 40-2 VICTORY


Red Storm senior running back Ty Marmion (20) slips past Hornet defensive back Jacob Rohrig (85) and hauls in a Tristin Fitzgerald TD pass for the opening score in the first quarter of play at Plattsburgh High School Friday night.  Saranac Lake quarterback Tristin Fitzgerald fired off 195 yards and three touchdowns, guiding the Red Storm to a 40-2 win over the Plattsburgh Hornets. After struggling to a 7-2 lead through the first quarter after a five-yard TD strike to Alex Donaldson, the Storm racked up 20 unanswered points in the second quarter to put the game away. Fitzgerald pumped a 12-yard touchdown pass to Ty Marmion, then dashed 10 yards to score just 4:35 later to give Saranac Lake breathing room on the scoreboard. Donaldson hauled in another 21-yard pass with 31 seconds left in the half. Killian Ryan and Hunter Moon added TD runs in the second half. Mackenzie McKethan safety at 9:12 of the first quarter accounted for Plattsburgh only score of the contest.(Greg Ferguson photo)  Game Gallery

 

Games of Week 1: September 5-6, 2014

 NCSN Football Scoreboard

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2014

Ticonderoga 33, Saranac Central 0
Moriah 28, Plattsburgh 6

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2014

Saranac Lake 48, AuSable Valley 0
Peru 20, Beekmantown 15

WEEK 1 SCORING RECAPS

PERU 20, BEEKMANTOWN 15
Peru’s Brandon Sawyer and Beekmantown’s Justin Stevens provided plenty of rushing and scoring power, especially early in each half. But it was the defenses who needed to answer in the second half to determine who would prevails in the Indians-Eagles season opener. Sawyer scored on a 12-yard run just 4:36 into the game. On the ensuing drive, Stevens answered with a 55-yard ramble just 1:22 later for tie knot the game at 8-8. Beekmantown gained the upper hand with just 29 seconds left in the half to post a 14-8 lead at intermission. Peru opened the second half as it did in the first, with Sawyer taking the handoff from the four-yard line and barreling into the end zone. However, the two-point attempt failed, leaving the Indians down 15-14 with 9:37 still remaining in the third quarter. Indians quarterback Blake Altizer would toss the game-winning TD bomb from 38 yards out, finding Troy Lawyer for the final score of the game with 7:34 left in the third.

MORIAH 28, PLATTSBURGH 6

Moriah's Jordan Cheney snared a tipped pass and ran home a few yards for a "pick six" in capping Moriah's 28-6 win over Plattsburgh.  The Hornets kept the game close, trailing just 14-6 at the end of the third quarter.  Adam Jaquiish scored two first-half touchdowns -- one rushing and the other passing.  McKenzie McKathan scored from four yards out after Riley Monahan intercepted for Plattsburgh with 5:26 left in the third.  Jaquish's 64-yard TD pass to Cody Stockwell less than a minute into the third quarter was the key blow for the Vikings.

TICONDEROGA 33, SARANAC CENTRAL 0
All of the scoring came before halftime, as Ticonderoga cruised to a 33-0 win.  Konnor Bruce scored on a four-yard run, then Ryan Trudeau plunged in from the two-yard line just four minutes later to open a 14-0 lead.  Garrison Hughes caped the explosive first half with rushing scores of 23 and 21 yards.  Dom Banish nailed a 38-yard field goal.  The Sentinels also scored on a safety in the second quarter.

Saranac Lake Storms past AuSable in Opener 48-0


After scampering into the Patriot secondary on an end-around play, Red Storm wide receiver Dondi Duffy loses the football when hit from behind by an Ausable defender. A steady rain and slippery conditions led to numerous turnovers for both teams. The Red Storm dominated both sides of the line in a 48-0 win.  (Greg Ferguson photo)   Game Gallery

 Saranac Lake Red Storm defensive back Torin Smith secures an errant pass from Patriot quarterback William Coats before returning the interception for a touchdown. Smith's pick-six would stake the Storm to a insurmountable 35-0 lead midway through the second quarter at Ken Wilson Field.
 

SARANAC LAKE 48, AUSABLE VALLEY 0
Saranac Lake drove, passed and recovered two fumbles in the end zone to put up touchdowns in their season-opening 48-0 blitz of AuSable Valley. Ty Marmion’s 15-yard run at 2:47 of the first quarter launched the offense. On the next drive, quarterback Tristan Fitzgerald hooked up with Alex Donaldson who broke tackles and jetted to the end zone. Following Drew Sturgeon’s extra-point kick, the Storm had opened a 14-0 lead with just 5:16 played in the first frame. The Storm added 28 unanswered points in the second quarter, starting with Dylan Kilner’s three-yard TD plunge. A minute later, Marmion took a punt return 54 yards to score. Torin Smith snared an interception for a 65-yard “pick six.” Hunter Moon and Jesse Lahart both pounced on end-zone fumbles to account for the other scores.