Holy Trinity 49 Cambridge/Salem 28: Pride quarterback Joe Tortello threw for 335 yards and five touchdowns leading Holy Trinity past Cambridge/Salem in a battle of undefeated squads in Cambridge Saturday afternoon.
Tortello connected on scoring strikes of 80 and 13 yards to Nacier Hundley and tossed three more to Noah Foster of 10, 57 and 90 yards.
The Pride led 21-8 at halftime and scored 14 unanswered to start the third period to take control.
The Indians rushed the football well throughout the contest, racking up 443 yards on the ground with senior running back Calvin Schneider picking up 164 yards with a touchdown, senior Hunter Day 98 yards and two scores, and Kaedin Ogilvie adding 89 yards and a touchdown.
The Class B Pride moves to 5-0 on the year with the win, while Cambridge/Salem goes to 4-1 nd will look ahead to a road game in Whitehall next Saturday.
Granville 44 Hoosic Valley 0: Dayton Holcomb rumbled for 195 yards and four touchdowns to lead Granville past Hoosic Valley in Class C North action in Schaghticoke.
The Golden Horde led 24-6 at the break and scored 20 points in the third period in cruising to the road victory.
Hoosic Valley got on the board with their lone score, in the second period when Gavin Giordano found Henry Madigan for a touchdown connection.
Granville improves to 3-2 on the season, while Hoosic Valley searches for their first win of the year at 0-5.
Stillwater 25 Warrensburg 0: In a battle of unbeaten squads the Warriors jumped out to a 20-0 halftime lead, and the Stillwater defense sealed things, dominating throughout in limiting Warrensburg to just 200 total yards of offense on the day.
Warrior running back Mason Seymour rushed for 86 yards and two scores, and quarterback James Galarneau threw for 105 yards with a touchdown on the ground and one over the top to lead Stillwater’s attack.
The 5-0 Warriors will host Mechanicville on Friday in the annual Indian Bowl Game.
Stillwater 2 Delaware Academy 1: Harry Rubenstein and Brandon DeBacco connected with first half goals and that proved to be enough for Stillwater to notch the narrow, non-league victory over Delaware Academy.
Aiden Paoli drew the Academy within one on a second half tally, but the Warrior defense shut the door the rest of the way, for the eighth Stillwater victory in eleven outings.