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High School Football Roundup


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The Bayside Commodores improved to 6-0 with a 28-6 win over the James Madison Knights (4-2). The Commodores had a total of 243 yards with junior Julian Moody completing two out of four passing attempts for 62 yards and a touchdown. Junior George Wallace led the Commodores with 75 yards on the ground and a touchdown. Senior Timothy Capers rushed for 40 yards on 10 attempts and a touchdown, while senior Richard Vaughan added 32 yards on the ground on six attempts and scored a touchdown as well. Junior Daquan Williams rushed for 34 yards of his own. For the Knights, senior Berkay Dagbolen completed five of eight passes for 52 yards and two interceptions. Senior Adeyinka Anifowoshe led the Knights in rushing with 44 yards, while junior Corey Woods rushed for 14 yards on four attempts and scored the Knight’s lone touchdown. Next up for the Commodores will be the Jamaica Beavers (3-3).
The Beach Channel Dolphins fell to the August Martin Falcons (4-2) by a score of 24-14, their second loss in a row. The Dolphins won the battle in the passing game, with 162 of their 316 yards coming through the air – while the Falcons gained all but 18 of their 333 yards on the ground. For the Falcons, senior Ricky Dunbar, who had only 107 rushing yards all season coming into the game, had 180 yards rushing with two touchdowns on eight attempts. Senior Roger Cox added 105 yards of his own while scoring two touchdowns. On the defensive side of the ball, sophomore Layquane Ezeigwe was a star for the Falcons totaling eight tackles and three sacks. For the Dolphins, Breland Archbold completed 13 of 24 passing attempts for 162 yards, a touchdown and three interceptions. Sophomore Chris Reed led the Dolphins in rushing with 87 yards on 13 attempts and a touchdown. Next up for the Dolphins will be the Long Island City Bulldogs (2-4).
In their last game, the Bulldogs beat the Mott Haven Educational Campus Mavericks (2-4) by a score of 32-26. The Bulldogs has a total of 357 yards while the Mavericks gained 423 yards. For the Bulldogs, senior Ioannis Karakalpakidis completed three of five passing attempts for 77 yards and a touchdown. Senior Aimen Muflihi rushed for 130 yards on six attempts and a touchdown. Senior Cheyenne Dones rushed for 125 yards while scoring three touchdowns on 24 attempts. For the Mavericks, senior Abely Soto competed six out of 10 passes for 118 yards and two touchdowns. Soto also rushed for 100 yards on 11 attempts. Senior Joseph Garcia rushed for 95 yards on six attempts and a touchdown. Senior Jesus Anziani rushed for 60 yards and a touchdown on five attempts.
In the Championship Division, the John Adams Spartans (4-2) beat the Herbert H. Lehman Lions (2-4) by a score of 44-26. The Spartans had a total of 460 offensive yards while allowing 297 yards from the opposition. Senior Danny Perez completed three of six passes for 42 yards. On the ground senior Antoine Arnold led all rushers in the game with 206 yards and two touchdowns on 18 attempts. Senior Devven Baker rushed for 87 yards with two touchdowns on 13 attempts. Senior Shane Hubbard rushed for 83 yards and scored two touchdowns as well on six attempts. For the Lions, junior Corey Bright completed six out of 12 passes for 71 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions. Senior Davis White rushed for 203 yards on 32 attempts with a touchdown. Next up for the Spartans will be the New Dorp Centrals (0-6).

Around the Gridiron: Football Roundup


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In the Public School Athletic League, the Bayside Commodores (3-0) stayed undefeated with a victory over the Christopher Columbus High School Blue Steel (0-3) by a score of 26-6. The Commodores dominated on the offensive side of the ball with 436 total yards. Junior quarterback Julian Moody threw for 59 yards on six of nine attempts with an interception. On the ground, the Commodores rushed for 377 yards, with senior Richard Vaughan leading all with 188 yards on 14 attempts with a touchdown. Senior Timothy Capers had 110 yards of his own with two touchdowns. On the defensive side of the ball, Wendell O’Brien was the star, intercepting two passes including one pick-6. For the Blue Steel, senior Chevaugh Wilson scored the lone touchdown and rushed for 42 yards on three attempts. Next up for the Commodores will be the Springfield Garden Golden Eagles (0-3).

In their last game, the Golden Eagles lost to the Tilden Educational Campus Blue Devils by a score of 14-6. The Golden Eagles had a total of 110 yards, with all but 25 yards coming on the ground. Sophomore Jair Brown led the team with 33 yards rushing, while senior Isaiah Baptiste had 29 yards rushing on 11 attempts with a touchdown. For the Blue Devils, junior quarterback Shawn Brathwaite completed just three of nine passes, but he threw for 54 yards with two touchdowns.

 

The Beach Channel Dolphins beat the Lafayette Educational Complex Patriots by a score of 32-0. The Dolphins had a total of 224 offensive yards, while junior quarterback Breland Archbold struggled, completing just four out of 15 passes with one touchdown. On the ground, sophomore Diequan Underwood had 89 yards on eight attempts and a touchdown. Senior Javis Black rushed for 21 yards on four attempts and a touchdown. Underwood led the Dolphins on the defensive side as well, intercepting two passes and returning one for a touchdown. Next up for the Dolphins will be the James Madison Knights (3-0).

The John Adams Spartans (1-2) lost to the Tottenville Pirates (3-0) by a score of 49-6. The Spartans could not get going on either side of the ball. On offense, the team managed a total of 131 yards. Senior quarterback Danny Perez completed four out of 15 passing attempts for 45 yards and an interception. On the ground, senior Shane Hubbard rushed for 43 yards on three attempts. Hubbard also returned five kicks for 145 yards and a touchdown. For the Pirates, junior Augustus Edwards led the team with 100 yards on five attempts and three touchdowns. Next up for the Spartans will be the Franklin D. Roosevelt Cougars (0-3).

In the Catholic High School Football League of Metropolitan New York, the St. Francis Prep Terriers won their first game of the season, 39-15, over St. Peter’s of Staten Island. Senior quarterback Thomas Cani connected on eight of 17 passes for 88 yards and one rushing touchdown. Cani was a little wild however, tossing two interceptions. On the ground, junior Kadir Wisdom rushed for 81 yards on 10 carries – including a 60 yard run – with two touchdowns. Fellow senior running back Casey Beaudoin ran for 37 yards on nine carries with one touchdown. Prep’s defensive squad ran roughshod over their opponents, with senior Maurice Parker leading the team with 10 tackles, junior Ramel Joseph nabbing one interception for 61 yards and senior Jonathan Henderson grabbing two interceptions and one fumble recovery. Prep now heads to Aviator Sports Complex in Brooklyn to take on Xavier High School.