DUNDEE ­– The Dundee Scotsmen continued to steamroll their way through Finger Lakes West opponents with a convincing 60-19 thrashing of the DeSales Saints on Homecoming Saturday in Dundee.  The high powered Scotsmen offense rolled up 541 total yards and scored nine times while the Dundee defense limited the Saints to just three second half tallies enroute to the impressive win. The victory was Dundee's 22nd consecutive in the  Finger Lakes West League.  The first place Scots improved their 2010 record to 4-0.
    Anthony Webb led the thundering Maroon-clad Scotsmen offense rolling 265 yards and scoring 5 touchdowns.  Webb tallied TD's on runs of 2, 25, 27, and 10 yards.  He also hauled down a 44 yard scoring strike from Quarterback Nick Raplee in the second half.  Raplee, the talented Scotsman signal-caller, also had a very productive afternoon throwing for 167 yards and one touchdown.  He also scored on a 10 yard scamper in the first half.  Max Gorton ran the ball for 71 yards and scored twice on runs of 25 and 27 yards.  The other Dundee touchdown came courtesey of a defensive effort by Joe Tortolon.  He picked up a DeSales fumble and sprinted 25 yards to hit paydirt. Katie Zebrowski converted 6 P.A.T. kicks to round out the Dundee scoring rampage.
     The Scotsmen hold a one game advantage in the Finger Lakes West with a perfect 4-0 record.  South Seneca and the Clyde-Savannah Golden Eagles hold down second place with 3-1 records.  Dundee defeated South Seneca in week number one in a closely fought tilt.  This coming Friday evening, the Scots will take on the Golden Eagles in Clyde.  First place will be once again on the line.  Kickoff is slated for 7:00 PM.