Dundee Scots earn Sectional Crown with 76-13 win

Staff Writer
The Chronicle Express
The 2009 Section V Class D Champion Dundee Scots celebrate after their 76-13 victory over Batavia Notre Dame.

The Dundee Scots overpowered the Batavia Notre Dame Little Irish 76-13 in the Section V Class D Championship game at Marina Auto Stadium Oct. 29. Along the way, place kicker Katie Zebrowski set a record for the most point after kicks in a Sectional Game, and the Scots set a record for the most points scored in a tournament game.

Notre Dame opened the scoring with  a 1-yard tocudown run followed by a point after, but Dundee's Ryan Ballard returned the ensuing kick-off for a 95-yard touchdown run.

At the end of the first quarter, the score was Dundee 14, Batavia Notre Dame 7 after Ballard scored again on a pass from Tom Pratt and Zebrowski kicked a point after.

The Scots opened the game up wide in the second quarter with Ballard scoring two more touchdowns and Steven Webb chipping in with three. Zebrowski's kicks after were all good.

The second half started with Dundee kicking off to Batavia Notre Dame, but following an interception by Joe Tortolon, Webb romped into the end zone again to make the score 48-7 and Zebrowski's kick was good.

Kyle Spinks added a touchdown in the third quarter.

At the start of the fourth quarter, Notre Dame scored a touchdown, but the two point conversion attempt failed.

In the fourth quarter, Anthony Webb lit up the scoreboard and Zebrowski's PAT set two records - one for the most PAT in one game and one for the highest score in a Sectional playoff game - 70.

Jeff Mullins added another touchdown at about 1 minute left in the game, but Zebrowski's kick was no good.

Steven Webb was named the Most Valuable Player, Patrick Perez was the Outstanding Offensive Lineman; Ryan Ballard was Outstanding Offensive Back, Dustyn Thompson was the Outstanding Defnesive Back and Perez earned the Roger Bunce Sportsmanship Award.

The Scots face Class DD Champion Avon next Saturday at Marina Auto Stadium to determine the overall Class D Champion from Section V who will go on to the state tournament.

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No. 9 Katie Zebrowski put the 70th point on the board for the Scots, setting two records - one for the most PATs in a sectional game and one for the most points scored in a tournament game.