Mon­roe-Wood­bury dom­i­nates Kingston

New Paltz routs Wal­lkill; Ron­d­out, On­te­ora thumped

Daily Freeman (Kingston, NY) - - FRONT PAGE - Free­man staff

An­thony Cam­pi­one threw for 6 touch­downs to spark Mon­roe-Wood­bury to a 70-0 rout of Kingston.

Se­nior quar­ter­back Steven Cam­pi­one was in­jured, so his lit­tle brother An­thony took over Fri­day night and led Mon­roe-Wood­bury to a 70-0 rout of Kingston.

An­thony Cam­pi­one, a sopho­more, threw for six touch­downs and ran for an­other to lead the Cru­saders in a Sec­tion 9, Class AA foot­ball game.

Kingston had sev­eral starters benched for un­spec­i­fied rea­sons in the first half — in­clud­ing quar­ter­back Chap­man Parker, who threw for a record 552 yards and eight TDs last week. The starters re­turned for the sec­ond half, but the (1-2) Tigers were down 41-0 at that point.

The 70 is the most points Kingston has sur­ren­dered in 14 years, not since Pine Bush outscored the Tigers 75-24 on Oct. 22, 2004.

Cam­pi­one threw TD passes of 8 yards to Jack Dem­bia, 20 to Danny Abrahams and 16 to Cam­ron Adams in the first quar­ter, then hit on a 15-yard strike to Dem­bia and a 48-yarder to Alexan­der Jaoshvili in the sec­ond. He capped the half by scor­ing from the 1 with 1:30 left be­fore in­ter­mis­sion.

Parker was in­ter­cepted three times, twice when the ball popped out of re­ceivers’ hands. Cor­ner­back Chris Calderone had two of the thefts. His first led to Danny Boyle’s 36-yard field goal in the third quar­ter. His sec­ond was a 25yard pick-6 just three plays later. Safety Richard Monda’s in­ter­cep­tion early in the fourth led to Cam­pi­one’s fi­nal TD — 30-yard pass to Adams.

Peter Mas­tropolo and Bran­don Wasley both had touch­down runs for the (21) Cru­saders.

Kingston used four quar­ter­backs in the game. Se­nior Mau­rice Stans­berry played the en­tire first half. Chap­man, se­nior Collin Ford and ju­nior Ethan Ni­gro all played in the sec­ond half.

The Tigers had just 28

yards to­tal of­fense — mi­nus 28 in the first half and 70 in the sec­ond.

Kingston goes to Val­ley Cen­tral on Fri­day, Sept. 21. New Paltz 63, Wal­lkill 30

At Wal­lkill, New Paltz snapped a two-game los­ing streak in a big way in a Class A bat­tle with the Panthers.

Kenny Ver­ney scored three touch­downs, while An­thony DeMarco and Eth­er­nan Smith added a pair of scor­ing runs each.

The (1-2) Huguenots led through­out, but (1-2) Wal­lkill kept fight­ing back. The Panthers con­stantly kept within 10 points un­til New Paltz fi­nally wore them down and scored 23 unan­swered points to close out the game. Jor­dan Cook had a 91-yard kick­off re­turn for a score, while New Paltz de­fend­ers in­ter­cepted three passes.

It was the most points New Paltz has scored since putting up 60 against Red Hook two years ago.

Ryan Strobach threw touch­down passes to Ro­maine Bird and An­thony Nel­son, while Aaron Ben­nett had rush­ing touch­down as well as an 89-yard kick­off re­turn for a score for Wal­lkill. O’Neill 35, Ron­d­out 6

At High­land Falls, Ron­d­out Val­ley (1-2) could muster lit­tle of­fense against (21) James I. O’Neill in a Class B meet­ing.

Matt Kelly com­pleted 6-of-10 passes for 56 yards and scored on a 1-yard run for the Gan­ders. Tyler Tom­lin rushed 14 times for 59 yards.

“We could not get the run game go­ing,” Ron­d­out coach Chris Frenza said. “The de­fense held up, but faced poor field po­si­tion due to lack of of­fen­sive pro­duc­tion.”

Hec­tor Bor­gos led the Raiders, rush­ing for 250 yards and a pair of touch­downs. Josh Borowitz scored on an 8-yard run, while Phillip West caught

a 17-yard scor­ing pass from Borowitz in the win. Ch­ester 55, On­te­ora 0

At Ch­ester, Joe Bat­tiato threw five touch­down passes to lead (3-0) Ch­ester past the (0-3) Ea­gles.

Ja­cob Del­gado caught three touch­down passes, while Mike San­nino and Kevin Stein also has touch­down re­cep­tions. San­nino added a 90-yard score on the game’s open­ing kick­off, while Bryan Detwiler and Liam Bul­lock added touch­down runs.

Pat Fitzger­ald led the Ea­gles with 91 all-pur­pose yards (65 yards in re­turns, 26 yards rush­ing), while Jake Rotella had five solo tack­les and one as­sist for the de­fense. Justin VanDenDooren had four tack­les on de­fense and had four catches for 15 yards on of­fense.

Owen Al­li­son and Elie Kuhne com­bined to com­plete 8 of 22 passes for 45 yards and four in­ter­cep­tions.


Kenny Ver­ney scored three touch­downs in New Paltz’s vic­tory over Wal­lkill.

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