Mohawk Valley players and football week 7 games

West Canada Valley 44, Cooperstown 8

COOPERSTOWN – West Canada Valley scored 28 points in the first quarter en route to a 44-8 victory in Cooperstown on Saturday.

John Tubia scored four touchdowns for West Canada Valley (6-1, 4-1 Eight Player East), three in the first quarter, and the visitors scored all of their goals before halftime. Toubia scored on runs of six and seven yards in the first quarter and four in the second; he also had a 35-yard punt return that made it 28-0 in the first quarter.

Camerohn Ludwig completed the scoring for West Canada Valley when he returned an interception 52 yards in the second quarter. Ludwig made three two-point conversions and Iain Farber added one.

Sean Burdick completed seven of 10 passes for 123 yards and led West Canada Valley with 88 yards rushing on six carries. Ludwig caught six passes for 112 yards in his sixth straight 100-yard game.

Cooperstown finishes the regular season 0-6 and 0-5 in the eight-man East Division.

Adirondack 16, Dutch Patent 0

HOLLAND PATENT – The Adirondack Wildcats blanked Holland Patent 16-0 on Saturday to complete a third straight regular season with seven wins.

The Wildcats (7-1, 3-1 C East), 7-0 in the 2021 and 2022 regular seasons, took an 8-0 lead in the second quarter Saturday and added a touchdown in the fourth. Isaac Kronizer ran two yards for the first touchdown and John Hennessy ran in the conversion. Hennessy later scored on a five-yard run with Max Wheeler running in for the conversion.

Hennessey, the Wildcats’ quarterback, attempted just one pass that was incomplete, but he led the team with 119 yards on 28 carries. Croneiser added 14 carries for 72 yards on a night in which Adirondack ran the ball 60 times.

Defensively, Leon Young led the Wildcats with seven tackles and forced a fumble, and Hennessey intercepted a pass from Holland Patent (3-5, 1-3 C East).

Central Valley Academy 26, Oneida 7

ILION – The Central Valley Academy Thunder finished second in Class B East and remain undefeated at home after a 26-7 win over Oneida on Friday.

Brady Moreau threw two touchdown passes and Logan Hewitt rushed for two scores as Central Valley Academy (6-2, 4-1 B East) took a 26-0 halftime lead.

Hewitt had seven carries for 64 yards and scored on runs covering 18 yards in the first quarter and nine in the fourth. Xander Kenniston led the Thunder with 129 yards on eight carries and Landon LaFountain added 51 yards to the team’s total.

Moreau threw touchdown passes to Connor Dempsey and Matthew Dennis.

Connor DelaRiva runs for a touchdown in the fourth quarter for Oneida (2-5, 1-4 B East).

Lowville Academy 54, Little Falls 22

LITTLE FALLS – The Lowville Academy Red Raiders tied their season high on Friday with a 54-22 win at Little Falls to end the regular season

Sean Kelly rushed for 288 yards on 24 carries and scored touchdowns for Lowville Academy (6-2, 2-2 C East) on runs of 73, 45 and two yards. The Red Raiders had taken a 22-0 lead before Kelly’s first touchdown. Logan Watson threw a touchdown pass to Dominic Swiernik and ran 15 yards for a score, and Bunyan Barker ran for the first of his two touchdowns. Barker had 13 carries for 71 yards and two touchdowns, and Watson completed eight of 10 passes for 126 yards, with six passes and 101 yards going to Swiernik.

Quarterback Jackson Hummel scored on all three touchdowns for Little Falls (1-7, 0-4 C East); he ran five yards for a score and threw passes covering 17 yards to Dom Izzo and 80 to Braden McCumber.

McCumber led Little Falls with 46 yards rushing and 80 yards receiving, while Izzo caught five passes for 74. Humel was 12-for-24 passing for 200 yards.

Beaver River 50, Herkimer 21

BEAVER FALLS – The Beaver River Beavers closed out the regular season with a 50-21 victory Friday after falling behind Herkimer early in the game.

The Beavers (5-3, 5-2 D-1) scored 20 points in the second quarter to open up a 34-14 lead.

Zach Petucci intercepted a pass and returned it for a touchdown for Herkimer (2-6, 2-5 D-1) to open the scoring in the game, and the Magicians later led 14-7 in the first quarter.

Beaver River tied the score once on a short shot by Derrick Zehr and again on a short pass from Zehr to Josh Bush. In the second quarter, Zehr threw touchdown passes to Britt Dickob and two to Kade Schneider. Zehr connected with Dicob again in the third quarter for his fifth touchdown pass of the night as he went 12-for-14 for 237 yards.

Bush caught six passes, while Dikob had three receptions for 102 yards and Schneider had three for 72.

John Maher ran for a Herkimer touchdown in the second half.

Other results

  • Carthage 26, Camden 14
  • Cazenovia 28, Canastota 7
  • Cicero-North Syracuse 42, Utica-Proctor 14
  • Lowville Academy 54, Little Falls 22
  • New Hartford 48, Vernon-Verona-Sherrill 14
  • New York Mills 30, Sauquoit Valley 16
  • Oswego 22, Utica-Notre Dame 14
  • Pulaski 8, Westmoreland/Oriskany 0
  • Sherburne-Earlville 48, Phoenix 14
  • Syracuse-Corcoran 40, Rome Free Academy 21
  • Waterville 12, Tupper Lake 7
  • Whitesboro 56, Auburn 7

Saturday’s Top Performers

TREVOR CHESTDolgeville – The junior running back scored his team’s first five touchdowns.

JOHN HENNESSYAdirondack – The junior quarterback rushed 28 times for 119 yards and a touchdown and also ran for two two-point conversions.

CAMERON LUDWIG, West Canada Valley – Senior receiver has sixth straight 100-yard game and returned an interception for a touchdown. He also had three two-point conversions.

JOHN TOUBIAWest Canada Valley – The junior scored four touchdowns in the first half, three as a running back and one on a punt return, and ran for 61 yards on seven carries.

Friday’s Top Performers

JACKSON HUMMELLittle Falls – The junior quarterback completed 12 of 24 passes for 200 yards and two touchdowns and ran for one touchdown.

XANDER KENNISTONCentral Valley Academy – Junior running back led team with 129 yards on eight carries.

KYLE MEYERWhitesboro – The senior quarterback threw three touchdown passes and ran for three touchdowns.

KANE PATTERSONWaterville – The senior quarterback threw two touchdown passes, including a game-winning drive in the fourth quarter.

COLE RONew Hartford – The senior running back carried the ball 12 times for 147 yards and four touchdowns.

MARTINO ROCCOFrankfort-Schuyler – The junior quarterback threw three touchdown passes and ran for a touchdown, while teammates Lionel Coulthurst and Jerome Bowen scored two touchdowns each.

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