Jordan Garrow ran for 134 yards and scored one touchdown as the Lumberjacks cruised to a 36-12 win over Massena Sept. 9.
Garrow scored on a 31-yard play in the second quarter, while the Lumberjack also received a pair of rushing scores from Tim Ropas, who finished with 97 yards on the ground.
Stone Keniston and Jordan Garrow also scored on the ground for the Lumberjacks, while quarterback Morgan Stevens threw for 30 yards on five completions.
Storm runs past Section II team
PERTH — The Saranac Lake Red Storm used 27 points in the middle two quarter to build up a lead, and then were able to hold on in beating Section II’s Broadalbin-Perth Sept. 10 in non-league football play.
Matt Phelan continued to impress in the early season, combining for 234 yards and four touchdowns both passing (131-2) and rushing (103-2).
Phelan connected with Devin Darrah (3 receptions, 61 yards) on both touchdown throws, while connecting for 55 yards with Kyle Dora.
Mike Burpoe scored as well for the Red Storm on the ground, while Dora ran for 40 yards and Ty Curry added 25 yards rushing.
Indians top Chiefs
PERU — Peru used a 14-point second quarter to get back into the game, and then used a 12-point final quarter to score a Northern Football Conference Class B win, 33-26, against Saranac Sept. 10.
For the second straight week, the Indians mounted a comeback and then held on during the opponents final possession of the game, this time sacking Saranac quarterback Ben Weightman twice and then defending successfully against a pair of incomplete passes to seal the victory.
After Ryan Kerner scored on an eight-yard touchdown pass from Weightman half way through the fourth quarter, the Indians responded with a two-yard run from Alex Cederstrom and a 57-yard interception return by Shawn Hendrix to take the lead with six seconds shy of three minutes to go.
Cederstrom finished with 66 yards rushing and a pair of touchdowns, while Jeff Kurz ran for 98 yards on only eight carries. Indian quarterback Taylor Rock threw for 137 yards and one touchdown pass to Zane Bazzano, who pulled in 94 yards receiving on two catches.
For the Chiefs, Weightman finished with 222 yards passing and a pair of touchdowns. Ryan St. Clair was on the receiving end of 87 of those yards, while Ryan Kerner had 75 yards receiving.
Eagles blank Hornets
BEEKMANTOWN — Seven players crossed the goaline for the Beekmantown Eagles as they shutout the Plattsburgh High Hornets, 47-0, Sept. 10.
Carter Frechette was in on the first three scoring plays, running the first in from nine yards out before tossing a 34-yard scoring pass to Devin Backes and a 56-yard scoring play to Luke Weaver.
The final four touchdowns were all scored on the ground, as Dustin Pickering (6), Craig Livsey (20), Devin Fessette (21) and Zach Myers (9) also found the endzone.
Frechette finished with 194 yards passing yards and 55 rushing, while Weaver caught three passes for 153 yards.
Will Love had 108 yards passing for the Hornets, 70 going to Nate Harrington.