Ticonderoga’s Ryan Borho crashes into the end zone for a Sentinel touchdown against AuSable Valley. Ti won, 34-0.
Ticonderoga crushed AuSable Valley, 34-0, in Northern Football Conference play Sept. 30.
The Sentinels exploded for 22 points in the first quarter as they dominated both sides of the ball throughout. Ti ran for 336 yards, while holding AVCS to 105 yards in total offense.
Miles Austin led the locals, running for 128 yards. Jay Hebert ran for 87 yards and Ryan Borho added 75 for the balanced Ti attack.
The Sentinels took advantage of an early break, starting at the AVCS 15 yard line following a botched punt. Nate Lenhart crashed into the end zone from a yard away and Austin ran for the conversion to put Ti on top, 8-0.
On its next possession Ti drove for another score, this one a yard run by Borho. A few minutes later Austin broke free for a 58-yard TD burst and the Sentinels were up, 22-0.
Borho added a pair of 3-yard touchdown runs, one in the second quarter and another in the third period, as Ticonderoga closed out the scoring.
Tupper Lake 35, Moriah 6
Moriah was its own worst enemy as it lost to Tupper Lake, 36-6, in Northern Football Conference play Oct. 1.
The Vikings fumbled six times in the setback.
Tim Ropas ran for 177 yards and three scores to pace the Lumberjacks. He tallied twice in the opening quarter on a 66 yard run and a 7 yard pass as Tupper took command.
Moriah cut the lead to 14-6 in the second period when Jimmy Curran scored on a yard run, but the Viking never found pay dirt again.
Curran ran for 72 yards to lead Moriah.