Scots defeat Clyde-Savannah; Penn Yan falls to ER-Gananda

Bill Loveland

Dundee 42, Clyde-Savannah 21

Dundee senior quarterback Brandon Camacho ran for three touchdowns and passed for 109 yards and another touchdown en route to a 42-21 victory over the Clyde-Savannah Golden Eagles Oct. 7.

Dundee capitalized on Clyde-Savannah’s turnovers, converting three (two fumbles and an interception) of the Golden Eagles’ five into touchdowns.

The Scots’ Colin Prior followed up his four touchdown outburst against DeSales with a more modest 71 yards on 15 carries with a touchdown. Senior running back Max Gorton also had a 35-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter for Dundee’s final touchdown of the night.

Clyde-Savannah’s junior quarterback Tom Molisani completed 15 of 28 passes for 332 yards. Senior wide receiver Nick Felice had six catches for 154 yards, while sophomore running back Joemaine Bogan had 93 yards on 24 rushes and a touchdown.

The Scotsmen finish the regular season with a game in Penn Yan against the Mynderse Blue Devils on Saturday, Oct. 8 at 1 p.m. Mynderse sits at 2-4 on the year, with a forfeit victory against DeSales, and a 22-20 win last Friday night over Red Jacket. Mynderse has lost to South Seneca/Romulus, Lyons, Clyde-Savannah, and Marcus Whitman by a combined score of 139-42.

Clyde-Savannah will finish against Red Jacket, who has yet to win a game this year.

With the win, Dundee advances to 4-2 on the year, and is now tied with Clyde-Savannah, who fell to 4-2 in the league standings.

East Rochester-Gananda 26 Penn Yan 8

East Rochester-Gananda senior quarterback Collin Dotterer threw for two touchdowns and 264 yards to lead the Bombers past the Mustangs 26-8 on Oct. 7.

The Bombers led 14-0 at halftime behind an 89 yard catch by Trey Pascazi in the first quarter and a catch for 23 yards in the second quarter by junior wide receiver Ian Palmer. Pascazi eventually finished the game with four receptions for 122 yards.

East Rochester-Gananda then scored their remaining 12 points in the third quarter with a 13-yard run by senior running back Jeff Jackson Jr. and a 40-yard interception return by Brian Delgado, the Bombers’ junior linebacker.

Penn Yan’s senior quarterback Colby Treat ran one yard into the end zone for the Mustangs’ lone touchdown after sophomore linebacker John Martisch had a fumble recovery at the Bombers’ one yard line. Treat then threw a pass to junior tight end Jimmy Burdette for the two point conversion.

Penn Yan’s sophomore quarterback Derek Sisson was accountable for 108 yards on four passes, including a 52-yard pass to Burdette. Senior Dan Guererri also had five catches for 46 yards. Martisch led the Mustangs in rushing with 53 of Penn Yan’s 83 yards, and also on defense with 14 tackles, one sack, and the aforementioned fumble recovery. Guererri also had three tackles and blocked all three of East Rochester-Gananda’s extra point attempts.

Penn Yan looks to finish the regular season on a high note against the Pal-Mac Red Raiders this Friday night in their final home game. The Red Raiders are 3-3 on the year, and are coming off a 21-14 loss against the Geneva Panthers. Pal-Mac has defeated East Rochester-Gananda 35-7, Waterloo 36-13, and Wayne 14-7, but lost to Geneva, Newark 20-0, and Midlakes 22-8.

East Rochester-Gananda will finish their regular season against the Wayne Eagles, who are 5-1 this year.

With the loss, Penn Yan remains winless at 0-6. East Rochester-Gananda moves to 2-4 on the year with the win.