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Sidelines: Week 9

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Freshman of the Year: Isiah McDuffie, Bennett
Sophmore of the Year: Jake Fuzak, Williamsville
Junior of the Year: Matt McCarthy, Fredonia; Brandon Smiley, Sweet Home
Seniors of the Year: Brian Stoldt, Alden; Jake Sisson, Jamestown

Jamestown was leading Kenmore West 56 - 6 late in the third quarter but threw another touchdown pass. Why!

Embarrassing to Msgr. Martin Association as a result of the cancellation of the O'Hara vs. St. Mary's game due to unplayable conditions at O'Hara's field.  Many Section VI teams changed venues as a result of the poor weather over the weekend.  Why couldn't this game have found a new field?  Why didn't the Hawks' administration take initiative?  Who suffers?  The kids, sad.

Tonawanda High School new athletic complex is outstanding.  Congratulations to all warriors who made it happen.

Unbeaten Times: Jamestown, Sweet Home, Alden, Cleveland H ill, Fredonia, Randolph

Correction: Elliot Buccieri, St. Francis, Sr. is one of the top return specialists

Amazing how even with adverse weather the St. Joes/Canisius game drew thousands of fans to the game.

Alden Jayuees recorded 7 wins and 2 losses this season under first year head coach Sean Bruso.

Schools that don't have turf fields should start making plans to have their athletic complex turfed.  Why not join the ever growing number of visionary schools leaders who have and/or are in the process of having their athletic fields turfed.

Aquinas is ranked 39th in recent USA Today football poll.

Winless teams:  West Seneca West, Riverside, Dunkirk, Wilson, Pine Valley

"Team work makes the dream work."

Most touchdowns passing (season): 27, Jake Sisson, Jamestown

Most Yards Receiving (season): 802, Jake Sherry, North Tonawanda

Best Game Program: Jamestown

Buffalo City School's Football teams have improved dramatically in their 4th year of player in Section VI.  Consider the following:
City Football Teams Records

Unbeaten Times: Jamestown, Sweet Home, Alden, Cleveland H ill, Fredonia, Randolph

Correction: Elliot Buccieri, St. Francis, Sr. is one of the top return specialists

Amazing how even with adverse weather the St. Joes/Canisius game drew thousands of fans to the game.

Alden Jayuees recorded 7 wins and 2 losses this season under first year head coach Sean Bruso.

Schools that don't have turf fields should start making plans to have their athletic complex turfed.  Why not join the ever growing number of visionary schools leaders who have and/or are in the process of having their athletic fields turfed.

Aquinas is ranked 39th in recent USA Today football poll.

Winless teams:  West Seneca West, Riverside, Dunkirk, Wilson, Pine Valley

"Team work makes the dream work."

Most touchdowns passing (season): 27, Jake Sisson, Jamestown

Most Yards Receiving (season): 802, Jake Sherry, North Tonawanda

Best Game Program: Jamestown

Buffalo City School's Football teams have improved dramatically in their 4th year of player in Section VI.  Consider the following:
City Football Teams Records
2010 36-45-0
2011 21-60-0
2012 20-52-0
2013 23-27-0

Amazing Performer: 9 games, Jake Sisson, Jamestown's Senior QB has passed for 2469 yards, 27 touchdowns and completed 68% of his passes.  He is also rushed for 569 yards and 19 touchdowns in leading the Red Raiders to a 9-0 unbeaten record and to the to the Class AA title game.  The Senior has accounted for 3038 yards and 43 touchdowns.  After 9 games, Jake is by far the leader for Player of the Year honors.  He became the 16th WNY passer to throw for 2,000 yards in a season.

Dynamic Duo: Nick and Jake Ames, Williamsville North

Most Photogenic: Ryan Majewski, Williamsville North

Best Referee: Bruce Hoffman

Best Dressed Athletic Director: Jon Roth, Grand Island

Best Dressed Coach: John Faller, Sweet Home

Best Band: Medina

Top Sophmore of the Week: Zacc Kinsey, Jamestown

Top Juniors of the Week: Matt McCarthy, Fredonia; Brandon Smiley, Sweet Home

Top Seniors of the Week: Austin Lauricella, Akron; Jake Sisson, Jamestown

Top Defensive Player of the Week: Jake Ames, Williamsville North

Top Offensive Player of the Week: Austin Lauricella, Akron; Jake Sisson, Jamestown; Matt McCarthy, Fredonia

Top Offense: Jamestown

Top Defense: Canisius, Frontier, Randolph

Top Assistant Coach: Jamestown

Best Mascot: Maple Grove

Offensive Line of the Week: Randolph's Cody Oldro (6'3, 275-lbs.), Mike Bowers (6'3, 275-lbs), Wesley Senn (6'1, 220-lbs), Jeff Andrews (6'2, 245-lbs), Pat Kibbe (6'2, 265-lbs).  The line at Randolph averages 256 pounds.

Rising Star: Chris Woodard, North Tonawanda

Amazing Record: Sweet Home's record for the past 7 years is 77 wins, 4 losses, including 2 State Championships.  The Panthers have won 69 consecutive game against Section VI opponents.  The lastgame they lost was in 2007 to Iroquois in the Sectional Title game.

Top Volunteer Coach: Dan Kelly, Williamsville North

Best Chain Gang: Tonawanda

Best Hot Dog: Tonawanda

Unsung Coach: Glen Graham, Cleveland Hill

Most Yards Passing (season): 2469 yards, Jake Sisson, Jamestown

Most Yards Rushing (season): 1794 yards, Chris Doubek, Randolph

Most Touchdowns (season): 30, Matt McCarthy, Fredonia

Fantasy Team for Week 9:
QB- Chris Woodard, North Tonawanda
RB- Matt McCarthy, Fredonia
RB- Austin Lauricella, Akron
WR- Stephen Carlson, Jamestown
WR- Zach Panebianco, Jamestown
K- Justin Bliss, Pioneer
Defense- Canisius

Jacob Haight, Barker/Roy-Hart Senior rushed for 821 yards, 10 touchdowns, scored 6 other touchdowns, recorded 52 tackles and 3 interceptions and booted 8 of 9 Pats and scored 110 PP for the Raiders this season.

Chris Woodard, North Tonawanda QB completed 77 of 122 passes for 1425 yards.  A 63.1% completion percent and 9 touchdowns. The junior also rushed for 854 yards and 11 touchdowns.  His combined totals were 2279 yards and 20 touchdowns.

Jake Ferry, North Tonawanda senior wide receiver had 40 receptions for 842 yards and 7 touchdowns for the Lumberjacks this season.

Wasn't it a beautiful occasion last Wednesday when the Red Sox won the World Series for the 3rd time in 10 years.  Remember Yankee fans NY stands for next year.  Suggestion: join Red Sox natio.  Are you listening Mr. Zipp, Mr. Maurino and Mr. Michaels?

Most Interceptions: 6, Luke Hennessy, Olean

Most Field Goals: 4, Tanner Hoose, Southwestern

Nicknames:
Ryan "Tiger" Richards, Canisius
Nick "Hot Dog" Hetsenbaugh, Randolph
Mike "Eiffel Tower" Lamb, Depew
Nick "Hammer" Ames, Williamsville North
Phil "Crash" Zubrest, Alden
Zac "Speedo" KElly, Williamsville North
Aaron "Bambi" Jackson, Cleveland Hill

Class Representatives in Championships:
Class AA- Jamestown, Frontier
Class A North- Sweet Home
Class A Central- Williamsville North
Class A South- None
Class B North- None
Class B South- Alden, Depew
Class C North- Cleveland Hill
Class C South- Fredonia
Class D- Randolph
Class DD- Cattaraugus/LV, Frewsburg

Through 8 games, Burgard's Roderick Morrow recorded 62 tackles and 5 sacks while teammate Kevin Perry has 74 tackles and 6 1/2 sacks to lead the Bulldogs top rated defense.

The Canisius/St. Joes game was spotlighted as a Great American Rivalry series sponsored by the U.S. Marines and U.S. Air Force.

AJ Licatam, Frontier Senior LB in 8 games recorded 59 tackles and 6 sacks to lead the Falcons defense.

Josh White, Cleveland Hill Senior LB in 9 games has recorded 83 tackles and Wayne Jones has 70 tackles and 2 sacks for the Golden Eagles.

Section VI Semi-Finals MVPs


Offense Defense 
Class AA Jake Sisson    AJ Licata

Jamestown Frontier 
Class AA Brandon Smiley Jake Ames 

Sweet Home  Williamsville North
Class B Brian Stoldt Phil Zubrest

Alden Alden
Class C Matt McCarthy Josh White 

Fredonia Cleveland Hill
Class D Chris Doubek Nick Hettenbaugh

Randolph Randolph

 

 

 

 

 

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