Undefeated Holland Patent wraps up Class C football championship

Published Oct 8, 2018 at 4:10pm

Holland Patent secured the Class C East football title with a 42-14 road win against Notre Dame High of Utica on Saturday afternoon.

Golden Knights quarterback Nick Herringshaw had touchdown runs of one yard and four yards to open the scoring, the first in the second minute of the game and the second 57 seconds into the second quarter.

Running back Jason Haas had a three-yard run to push the lead to 21-0 a few minutes later then Herringshaw hit Josh Ernst for a 70-yard score. Notre Dame would get on the scoreboard as the first half expired, on a 33-yard pass from Treijen Garrett to Pat Espinosa.

When Garrett threw a touchdown to Isiah Czarnecki from nine yards out, it cut the lead to 28-14 midway through the third quarter. That was as close as it would get the rest of the way.

Haas added touchdown runs of four and 32 to cap off the scoring.

Herringshaw completed three of seven passes for 87 yards and the touchdown with an interception. He ran for 58 more and the two scores. Haas piled up 191 yards on 23 carries with the three scores.

Defensively, Herringshaw led the team with 8.5 tackles and a sack.

The Golden Knights moved to 6-0 overall and 5-0 in the league.

Camden wins handily

​The Blue Devils scored a 34-8 homecoming game win against Mexico to keep its Section III playoff hopes alive.

Camden scored the only points of the first half, three touchdowns of three varieties. First Kaden Gabler hit Josh Mayden on a 13-yard passing score. Then Tyler Parent took an interception in for a score. Gabler then ran in a score from nine yards out. It was 21-0 at the half.

Mayden pushed the lead to 27-0 on a 10-yard run then Gabler threw a touchdown to Parent for a 34-yard score.

Mexico got a late touchdown on a 19-yard run by Justin Barlow.

South Lewis wins big

South Lewis piled up the points in a 54-28 victory over Cooperstown in eight-man football.

Ian Anderson threw the Falcons’ only touchdown through the air, a 67-yard strike to Andrew Hoffman. Hoffman also had touchdown runs from 12 and 45.

Brady Vosburgh ran in scores from seven and five yards. Jard Makuch had scoring runs from 22 and 37.

Defensively, the Falcons were led by Gage Marolf’s six tackles and two sacks and Vosburgh’s six tackles.

South Lewis is now 3-1 overall and in the Eight-Man Original 6 League.

Westmoreland shut out

Westmoreland was held off the scoreboard in a 32-0 home lose to Onondaga.

Mike Alloggio had 28 yards rushing and 18 yards receiving for the Bulldogs. David Piersall was 5-of-13 passing for 64 yards and an interception. Zach St. Peter caught two passes for 41 yards.

Defensively, Dylan Elwood had nine tackles for Westmoreland and Alloggio had seven. Javann Springer had thee interceptions for the Bulldogs.

Westmoreland is now 1-5 overall, 0-4 in the Class D West. The team will play at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at home against Dolgeville in non-league action.