Monroe-Woodbury dominates Kingston
New Paltz routs Wallkill; Rondout, Onteora thumped
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.