LAKE SHORE VARSITY
Coach Bill Delcamp got his first playoff championship in his13-year career as the Sherman/Ripley Wild Eagles handed the Bemus Point Dragons their only loss of the season.
The Dragons were the only team to defeat the Wild Eagles during the regular-season.
Sherman-Ripley’s Korey Ayers (18) lead blocks for Bryce Rowe in Saturday night’s Lake Shore Midget Football League varsity championship game, which was played in Brocton. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J photo by Scott Reagle
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Brocton defeated Panama, 20-14 in a playoff battle on Saturday afternoon.
Garrett McFadden, David Miller and Tyrese Kristan-Johnson each scored a touchdown for Brocton and the defensive standouts were Leroy Lindstrom, John Merle and Stephen Krystofiak, who added an interception.
Lauren Barmore sparked the first drive for the Panthers with Devyn Chase and Christian Cooper each scoring a touchdown. Chris Hoch was the leading tackler, Ryan Ferguson forced a fumble and Devon Oviatt forced a fumble and blocked a punt.
The Northside Warriors shut out the Falconer Falcons, 35-0, with Jon Michael DeAngelo cranking out 153 yards rushing with two touchdowns and an interception.
Jamere Masionet, Dalton Fraley and Jayden Schultz all scored a touchdown and Maisonet topped the defense with seven tackles. Isaiah Rojas and Michael Eucher also were defensive standouts while Anthony Gullo and Jacob Anderson shined on offense.
For the Falcons, the offensive players of the game were Bobby Samuelson and Ryan Stimson. Dylan Hokanson and Addison Dove starred on defense
Northside earned a first-round playoff win by downing Southside, 20-7, at Strider Field.
Damarri Jones ran for a 55-yard touchdown and Avonte Hicks found the end zone on a 4-yard run with Christopher Terhune adding the extra point.
Jones picked up another score on a 1-yard run after Hicks broke free for a 55-yard run to set up Jones' touchdown. Trey Drake made the extra point.
Terhune led the defense with 15 tackles, Rojas added nine, Kaleb Dean had eight and Kameron Milton had six.
Northside will meet Fredonia for the championship later this week.