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Chronicle-express. (Penn Yan, N.Y.) 1926-current, October 31, 1990, Image 9

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Gayugas c a p ture crown The Chronicle-Express, Penn Yan.N.Y.,October 31,1990- Page 9 h PENN YAN — The Cayugas ex- Jfied for three firet-quarter louchdowna on the way to a con­ vincing 30-14 victory over the Mohicans on Sunday (Oct. 28), to capture the play-off championship of the Yates County Junior Football League. Cayugas ended their season unifeated with a 5-0-1 record. teams had battled to a 0-0 tie ijAeir regular season meeting. Jhe Cayuga B Tfeam (under 105 ^pounds) took charge two minutes Into the game when Brian Orr ^iCppod off his right side behind 1 1 P* hloeking of Ben Quackenbush, Stewart, Bruce Keech and ; John Pinneo, to score from 41 ^rds out. After the Mohicans were forced to punt, Orr roared around his left >qd on first down getting key biSks from Mike EPAbbracci and Chris Hansen, and raced un­ touched to make the score 12-0. Both points-after runs failed. ( 'Ihe Mohicans (4-1-1) ran three times and punted again. After strong inside running from Han­ sen picked up a Cayuga first down, quarter^ck Buddy Jensen faked to Orr, kept the ball and out the Mohican pursuit for a oi/yard touchdown and a Cayuga 18-0 lead. The Mohican A team (under 145 pounds) fought back and scored the first points given up by the Cayugas all year, when Jason Kitterman snuck in from the one to cap a short drive set up by a fumbled punt. The point after a t­ tempt failed, to make the score 1^6. ihe Cayuga A team struck back later in the quarter. After tough inside running by Jim Silliman K e u k a e n d s a t ^ 7 - 7 - 1 KEUKA PARK — Shutout wins over Cazenovia College and SUNY Buffalo last week gave the Keuka College men’s soccer team a 7-7 record in its first season. Keuka’s second string started the game against Cazenovia (Oct. Freshman Jose Mantes Jllfwark), scored early, giving Keuka early momentum. Bob DioGuardi (Class of ‘94, Roches­ ter) later scored off a head ball to put Keuka in the driver’s seat, and ending the first half a t 2-0. Keuka continued to control the second half as sophomore Chris Barrett (Kendall) scored early. Dave Skinner (‘92, Clifton Park) a ly put in a goal. Cazenovia failed to put one past freshman goalie Matt Hedburg (Rochester). Eric Wiliams (‘94, Hurleyville) scored the fifth aind final goal, giving the Warriors a 5- 0 win in their last home game of the season. Relentless defense dominated the SUNY Buffalo-Keuka game on Saturday, Oct. 27. Chris Cooper ‘^oca) saw the first opening and td ^ it, giving Keuka a 1-0 lead. Later in the first half, freshman Chris Johnson (Rochester) scored aff a corner kick, taking the War­ riors into halftime with a 2-0 lead. The Warriors had to keep up the intensity in the second h alf to pull off a win. Tb further the cause, Bill Landers (*94, Liver­ pool) and goalie Hedburg played ‘’Jl-bodied defense to keep the Bengals away from the goal. Eric Williams added a goal late in the half to put the game out of Buf­ falo’s reach, with a final 3-0 score. The Warriors ended their first season at 7-7-1. s m i : 026 • 2.97 cubic inches; 10,4-lb. p o w erheod • Excellent power-to-weight ratio Ouicitstop’’” Inertia C h ain Broke - • Pro-style rim sprocket •Speciolly im p regnated cylinder kir long life o n d high pow e r Reg. «399.95 Fall S a le ^ 359.95 \Our 25Th Y ear' Comer of Water & W agener Penn Yan 5 3 6 - 6 1 9 5 and Adam Christiansen drove the Cayugas deep into Mohican ter­ ritory, Silliman lined up in the quarterback position on second and short on the 16-yard line. Sil­ liman then threw a perfect strike to Eric Carlsen, who had lined up at end, for the Cayugas’ fourth touchdown of the half. The Mohicans stuffed Jason Darcey on the point after try, to leave the score at the half, Cayugas 24, Mohicans 6. The M ohicans’ B teamers shut down the Cayugas’ explosive B team offense in the third quarter, forcing two drive-killing fumbles and containing the speedy Orr and Jensen. But late in the quarter, the Cayugas mounted a drive using inside rurming from Hansen and Orr to set up a first and goal from the four. The Mohicans’ B team started a goal line stand that their A team finished as the fourth quarter started. Kitterman, Matt Pitch, Dan Gurba and Beau Youngs stuf­ fed Eric Carlsen inches short of the goal line on fourth and less than a yard. The Cayuga defense forced the Mohicans to punt from their end zone and mounted a short drive to put the game away. Silliman did the bulk of the damage as he and Christiansen powered up inside behind blocks from Tbdd Blum- berg and Brad Henderson, setting up another first and goal. This time, Carlsen sneaked in behind David Gleason, Josh McCabe and Mike Knapp for a 30-6 lead. The M ohican offense respon­ ded with a long drive behind Kit- terman, Pitch and Tbny Durso that Kitterman capped with a four-yard burst. Kitterman added the points after to make the final 30-14. The Cayuga defense was led by Keech, Chr, Stewart and Mark Iburnour on the B team, and Henderson, Blumberg, Chris­ tiansen, Carlsen and Silliman on the A team. The Mohicans’ B teamers were led offensively and defensively by Nick Masciangelo, Derrick Pod- siadlo and Matt King, while Robert Ayers, Kitterman, Matt Fitch and Gurba spearheaded the A team defense. In the consolation game, the Mohawks preserved a 6-0 victory over the Iroquois with a goal line stand in the waning minutes of the game. On fourth and two from the eight, Dan Duffy broke through from his linebacker posi­ tion to nail Bobby Manahan in the bockfield enabling the Mohawks to run out the clock. Ronny Hurlburt provided all the points the Mohawks needed when he ran a 41-yard reverse for a second quarter touchdown. Hurlburt and Duffy also intercep­ ted Iroquois passes to lead their B team’s defense. J.R. Kuhl and Don VanEtten stood out again for the Mohawk A team defense. The annual aw a rds banquet takes place Sunday, Nov. 4 a t the Moose Club. 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