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Golden Cougars’ Dalton Caldwell rushed for yards in Class B2 on Friday, losing to Maryvale in Cheektowaga.PJ photo by Jason Bauer

CHEEKTOWAGA — In the final minute of regulation, Falconer/Cassadaga Valley/Maple Grove put Maryvale in their own half of the field, facing fourth and first chances, and the first down saw the Flyers run out 13-7 time. made possible. victory.

On the other hand, if the Golden Falcons manage to get a stop, they have one last chance to win the game.

The Flyers chose to pass the ball to Dalton Harper, who bounced it to the right instead of punching it down the middle, breaking tackles and finding many open fields, and hitting the ball deep in Falconer/Cassadaga Valley/Maple. ran the The Groves finish before being knocked down, keeping Maryvale’s undefeated season alive with a 13-7 class B2 win.

Maryvale (5-0, 3-0) moved the ball easily on the first drive of the game and looked like the start of a long night for the Golden Cougars (3-2, 3-2) Hill with 7 on the ground yard touchdown to make Ryan Coleman’s PAT 7–0.

In the second quarter, Hill and the Flyers looked poised to punch for another touchdown, but the Golden Cougars’ goal-line defense went big, and Maryvale put the ball down at the 3-yard line. I was forced to turn.

After the defensive stand, things quickly went from good to bad as the Golden Cougars fumbled in the first snap of their next offensive series, setting up Maryvale with another down set within 10. It was a 3-yard rush, but a blocked PAT keep made the deficit just 13-0.

The Golden Cougars’ defense remained strong after that, but they needed offense to succeed. The offense eventually came partying in the fourth quarter, with a drive culminating in a 1-yard quarterback sneak by Lucas Sopac that allowed the Braylyn Palladino PAT to cut the lead to 13–7.

That was as close as the Golden Cougars would get as the Flyers held on for the win.

F/CV/MG 0 0 0 7 — 7

Maryvale 7 6 0 0 — 13

Marhill 7-run (Coleman kick)

March ~ Saka 3 run (kick block)

F/CV/MG-Sopak 1 run (Paladino kick)

Dunkirk falls to Albion

ALBION — The Dunkirk Marauders showed a significant improvement from last week’s crushing loss to Maryvale, but lost another class B2 match 38-20 away to the Albion Purple Eagles on Friday night.

Albion (3-2, 2-2 Class B2) led 12-7 at the half, but special teams played a big role in the game, delivering multiple long returns in favor of the Purple Eagles.

Dunkirk went 0-5 overall and in the class despite one of the better games of the season by running back Kantia Nielard, who rushed for 108 yards on 19 carries, including a 1-yard touchdown run. We fell 0-4 on B2.

“We played well. It was definitely a much better effort.” Dunkirk head coach Mark Benton said: “I’m really happy with my effort tonight.”

The Marauders also had 70 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns from quarterback Noah Sykes (a 3-yard touchdown run and a 1-yard score). Sierra Jack, the Dunkirk kicker, made it 2-3 on the extra point.

Hind does it all for cardinals

Randolph — Xander Hind scored five touchdowns as Randolph took a 47-0 lead early in the third quarter with a 54-6 Class D victory over Gowanda/Pine Valley.

Hind ran eight for 144 yards and Conor Braley added seven carries for 111 yards. Hind started the second half with runs of 1, 73 and 3 yards, receptions of 85 yards and kickoff returns of 87 yards.

Carson Conley’s only completions were the Cardinals’ 85-yard touchdown to Hind and a 12-yard touchdown to Jaden Huntington (5-0, 4-0).

Quentin Centner completed six passes for 198 yards, including a 69-yard touchdown to Harley Conklin of the Panthers (2-3, 1-3). Logan Ruff caught 4 of his passes for 123 yards.

Gowanda/Pine Valley 0 0 6 0 — 6

Randolph 21 12 21 0 — 54

Run Hind 1 run (Nelson kick)

Run Hind 73 runs (Nelson kick)

12 passes from LanHuntington Conley (Nelson kick)

Run Hind 3 runs (missed kick)

Conley to Lanhind 85 passes (missed kick)

Ran–Hind 87 kickoff return (Nelson kick)

Runs – Nottingham 3 runs (Nelson kick)

Conklin 69 pass from G/PV–Centner (execution failure)

Runbrayley 60 runs (Nelson kick)

Nuzzo, the Titans pull away

FALCONER — Giannuzzo came in for two touchdowns in the fourth quarter as Franklinville/Ellicottville pulled away from Fluidsburg for a 28-6 Class D victory.

It was the Bears’ homecoming game, but they had to move to Bill Race Field because Fluisberg’s field was unplayable.

The Titans (4-1, 3-1) went 12-6 at halftime before Nuzzo scored on 1- and 7-yard runs in the final 12 minutes.

Hunter-Smith opened the scoring with a 19-yard touchdown run in the first quarter before Flewsberg’s Vincent Sanfilippo scored on a 1-yard run in the second quarter. Nuzzo capped off the first half scoring with a 1-yard touchdown run.

Franklinville/Ellicottville held the Bears (2-3, 1-3) to just 88 yards offense in 44 plays, while the Titans piled up 311 yards offense.

Nuzzo ran for 169 yards and Smith added 74 yards. Ben Brol led the Titans defense with six tackles and Billy Slavinski had four.

Blake Weaver had 6 tackles and Sanfilippo had 5.5 tackles for Frysberg.

Franklinville/Ellicottville 6 6 0 16 — 28

Flusburg 0 6 0 0 — 6

F/E–Smith 19 Execution (Failed Execution)

Frésanfilippo 1 run (missed kick)

F/E–Nuzzo 1 execution (execution failed)

F/E–Nuzzo 1 Run (Bielecki Run)

F/E–Nuzzo 7 run

Wilson Passes Towolves

Wilson — Conor Ernest had five passes for 211 yards and two touchdowns as Wilson shut out the Cataraugas Little Valley 45-0 in Class D action.

Jack Maher ran 10 for 75 yards and a touchdown, while Evan Wolfe and Ben Wortketter also added touchdown runs for the Lakemen (2-3, 2-3).

Drew Davile caught 3 passes for 143 yards and a touchdown, and John Mercurio scored the win with a 55-yard touchdown reception.

The Timberwolves were 0-5 overall and 0-4 in the league.

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