Saturday Sports: Red & Black continue win streak, beat Glens Falls

Saturday Sports: Red & Black continue win streak, beat Glens Falls

WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) - In Empire Football League action from the Alex Duffy Fairgrounds on Saturday night, the Watertown Red and Black hosted Glens Falls. The Red and Black looking to extend their win streak to 4 straight games after beating Schenectady 2 weeks ago.

In the 1st quarter, the Red and Black go for it on 4th down and Joe Brennan calls his own number and goes 46 yards for the touchdown. Score: 6-0 Watertown.

Red and Black defense came up big as Connor Brown recorded a quarterback sack.

In the 2nd quarter, a goal for the Red and Black as Brennan eludes the pressure and hits Phillip Tross for a 3 yard touchdown, 14-0 Watertown. The Red and Black continue their win streak as they beat Glens Falls 20-8.

The 2019 Kickoff Classic took place at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse Saturday afternoon with the Carthage Comets opening their 2019 season against Maine-Endwell.

It was a high scoring affair under the big top. Nick DeLucia took the ball in from 4 yards out, putting Maine-Endwell goes on top 8-0.

Carthage answered on the ensuing kickoff. Fombo Azah caught the ball on the bounce at the 20 and then proceeded to go 80 yards for a touchdown, giving the Comets their first 6 points of the game. Casey Farrell added an extra point, cutting the Spartans lead to 8-7.

On Maine-Endwell's next possession, Josh Demko comes up with the interception, setting up Carthage's next score. Azah takes it in from 4 yards out for the touchdown, putting Carthage on top 14-8.

With the score 16-14 Maine-Endwell, Azah goes on a 54 yard jaunt setting up his and the Comets next score of the first quarter. Azah finished off the drive with a 7 yard touchdown run. The score now 21-16 Comets.

Later in the first quarter, Azah expands the Carthage lead to 28-16.

In the second quarter, some defense by the Comets as Miguel Blunt tackles the quarterback. With the score now 28-22 Carthage, Nick Cavalier takes the snap and then goes on a 57 yard tour to the endzone. Score: 35-22 Carthage at the half. Azah accounts for 6 touchdowns in the game. Final score: Carthage 52 Maine-Endwell 28.

In Section 10 football from Gouverneur, the Wildcats hosted the Watertown Cyclones.

Deante Hall hit Johnny Turner putting the Cyclones up 6-0. Caleb Farr answered with the keeper, Wildcats up 8-6. It was Farr again, this time from 5 yards out. Score: 14-6 Gouverneur.

Joe Cummings scored from 10 yards out on a jet sweep as the Wildcats beat the Cyclones 60-22.

In Canton, the Golden Bears played host to Malone on the gridiron. Ashton Cloce goes in for 6 to put Canton up 6-0. Then it was Hunter Bleauvelt finding paydirt. Score: 14-0 Canton.

Peyton Poirier gets the huskies on the board, Malone down 14-6.

Connor Ramsey answered for Canton as the Golden Bears beat Malone 21-6.

Turning to the soccer field, a Frontier League-N.A.C. battle in Adams as South Jeff hosted Canton. There was only 1 goal in the first half. Josh Bliss got behind the Golden Bears defense and dented net. Score: 1-0 Spartans at the half.

But Canton would score twice in the 2nd half and spoil the Spartans first game on their new turf field. Final score: 2-1 Canton.

In men's college soccer from J.C.C., the Cannoneers hosted SUNY Adirondack.

In the 1st half, Jeff Lloyd puts J.C.C. on the scoreboard as he buries the penalty kick, Cannoneers on top 1-0. The Cannoneers would continue to have the lead as they blank SUNY Adirondack 4-0.

In the early game at the Coffeen Street campus, the J.C.C. Women hosted SUNY Adirondack as well.

In the 1st half, no score as Lexi Greene sneaks one by the goalie for the tally putting J.C.C. on top 1-0. Greene would score the game winner in overtime as the Lady Cannoneers beat SUNY Adirondack 4-3.

The J.C.C. volleyball team put their undefeated record on the line Saturday at the McVean Athletic Center as they hosted the Cannoneer Volleyball Invitational.

J.C.C. would advance all the way to the finals, and dropped the first game to Broome Community College 26-24 in the best of 3 final. J.C.C. would win game 2 25-23 but would drop the final game to lose 2 games to 1.

Saturday Sports Scores

Northeastern Football Alliance

  • Broome County 34, Carthage 6

Kickoff Classic

  • Indian River 53, Norwich 27

College Football

  • Utica 40, St. Lawrence 14

Boys’ HS Soccer

  • LaFargeville 4, Sackets Harbor 1
  • Lyme 6, Copenhagen 0
  • South Lewis 5, Sandy Creek 0
  • General Brown 4, Lowville 2
  • Colton Pierrepont 1, Madrid Waddington 3
  • Edwards Knox 3, I.H.C. 0
  • Salmon River 2, Harrisville 1

Girls’ HS Soccer

  • I.H.C. 4, Hoosic Valley 0
  • South Jeff 8, Hammond 3
  • General Brown 4, Harrisville 0
  • Lake George 6, St. Lawrence C. 2
  • Colton Pierrepont 3, Madrid Waddington 1

Men’s Soccer

  • SUNY Canton 1, Bard 0

Women’s Soccer

  • SUNY Potsdam 5, New England 1
  • Clarkson 3, SUNY Oneonta 3
  • Nazareth 2, St. Lawrence 1

College Volleyball

  • SUNY Geneseo 1, Clarkson 0
  • SUNY Potsdam 3, Maine Fort Kent 0
  • SUNY Potsdam 3, St. Josephs Maine 1
  • Clarkson 3, Wheaton 0
  • Clarkson 3, D’Youville 0
  • U of Rochester 3, SUNY Canton 1
  • St. Lawrence 3, SUNY Brockport 2
  • Nazareth 3, SUNY Canton 0
  • U of Rochester 3, SUNY Canton 1
  • St. Lawrence 3, SUNY Brockport 2
  • Franklin and Marshall 3, St. Lawrence 0

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