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JAMESTOWN, LOCKPORT MAKE IT LOOK EASY WITH SHUTOUT VICTORIES

Jamestown evened its record at 2-2 with a 28-0 victory over the winless Kenmore West Blue Devils Saturday in an Interdivision I game.

Nick Benedetto scored on runs of 25 and 22 yards while Aaron Leeper rushed for 157 yards on 26 yards. The Blue Devils drove to the Jamestown 2-yard line in the first half, but fumbled.

In another Interdivision I game:

Lockport 34, Hamburg 0: Derrick Starks had seven tackles, including three sacks, and quarterback Dan DeNardo completed 8 of 15 passes for 160 yards as the Lions (3-1) blanked Hamburg.

Non-league

St. Joe's 27, Chardon (Ohio) 14: The Marauders rallied for all of their points in the fourth quarter to beat the visitors from Ohio. St. Joe's played without senior running back Sandro DeAngelis, who suffered a second-degree sprain to his ankle last week at Cathedral Prep in Erie, Pa. St. Joe's coach Bob O'Connor said he hopes to have DeAngelis back for the Oct. 9 game against Edison.

Greg Simonian returned an interception to the Chardon 5-yard line to set up St. Joe's go-ahead score, a 5-yard pass from Greg Roland to Mike Capozzi. Defensive end Justin Baumler added 10 tackles for the Marauders. Roland rushed for 86 yards and had 17 tackles from his free safety spot.

Cathedral Prep 28, Timon/St. Jude 6: A big fourth quarter wasn't enough for the Tigers to upend Cathedral Prep, ranked No. 8 in the east in last week's USA Today poll. Charlie Comerford caught a 25-yard pass from Mike McDonnell to highlight the fourth quarter. The Tigers also drove inside Prep's 10-yard twice in the fourth quarter, but gave the ball up on downs. Comerford finished with eight catches for 111 yards, had 10 tackles and a fumble recovery. Vaughn Gordan had 18 carries for 109 yards.

Niagara-Wheatfield 35, St. Francis 18: Senior quarterback Robert Darnley threw a school-record 70-yard touchdown pass as the No. 3 large school Falcons (4-0) beat St. Francis. Darnley finished 6 of 10 for 143 yards. Marty Valery caught two touchdown passes and finished with 100 yards. Adam Roberts rushed seven times for 102 yards. Division II

Clarence 41, Grand Island 6: Tim Hammer scored three touchdowns and rushed for 145 yards on 21 carries to lead the No. 4 large school Red Devils (3-1). Quarterback Charles Madison rushed 14 times for 113 yards and opened the scoring with a 6-yard TD run.

Kenmore East 21, Lew-Port 14: Sophomore running back Paul DeSantis rushed for 152 yards and scored on runs of 11 and 6 yards to lead the Bulldogs to their first win. Pat Finch caught a 7-yard pass from Nick Kusmierski for the Bulldogs.

Division III

Wmsv. South 33, Iroquois 0: Quarterback Pat Lester threw TD passes to T.J. Cottrell and freshman Nick Martone as the Billies (4-0) blanked the Chiefs. Lester completed 7 of 13 passes for 142 yards and added a 5-yard rushing TD. Fullback Jay Schickling ran for 114 yards in 15 carries and scored on a 28-yard run. Rashaun Turk completed the scoring with a 5-yard run. Linebacker Mark Burley was in on 19 tackles.

Pioneer 50, Amherst 0: Dennis Wolfer had 188 yards and scored on runs of 4, 5 and 48 yards to lead the No. 6 Panthers over the winless Tigers.. Alex Slanovich, Aaron Myers, Jason Szafarski and Jason Patridge also found the end zone for the Panthers (4-0)

Division V

Lackawanna 32, Springville 7: Joe West rushed for 301 yards and scored three touchdowns as the Steelers extended their winning streak to 29 games. Trailing by one point at halftime, the Steelers erupted for 26 unanswered points over the final two quarters to keep the Griffins winless. The Steelers (4-0), ranked No. 1 in the state in Class B, also got two rushing touchdowns from Nelvin Wilder (104 yards)., Jim Shelley gave the Griffins (0-4) a 7-0 lead on a 2-yard run. Laurent Swanson and Dave Szentesy had 10 tackles each for Lackawanna.

Depew 32, Starpoint 16: Jason Berghold rushed for 129 yards on 14 carries and scored twice as the Wildcats (1-3) scored all of their points in the first half. Dan Binkowski added 116 yards on eight carries and had a 44-yard TD run. Wes Wesolowski threw for one score and rushed for another.~ Division VI

Wilson 25, JFK 22 (OT): Brandon Sidebottom kicked a 22-yard field goal in overtime as the Lakemen edged the Bears. On JFK's possession in OT, defensive end Jeff Gorman stripped the ball and Ben Osypian fell on the fumble. The Bears forced overtime when Rayshawn Bolden caught a 25-yard pass from Chris Buczek on fourth down with 13 seconds left.

Division IX

Maple Grove 46, Chautauqua Lake 6: Randall Secky threw four touchdown passes as Maple Grove won its 17th straight game.

Harvard Cup

South Park 20, Seneca 16: Cornerback Dennis Hunt deflected a pass with 52 seconds left to end a scoring threat as the undefeated Sparks handed the Indians their first loss. Antoine Horton threw for 165 yards, two touchdown passes and scored on a 1-yard run for the Sparks. Terrell Moore had a touchdown among his seven catches and 110 yards receiving. Imhir Cole scored on runs of 15 and 10 yards.

Kensington 20, Hutch-Tech 16: Chalmers Lowe scored his second touchdown of the game on a 1-yard run in the fourth quarter to spark the Knights (3-0). Brazill Bridges had a 9-yard TD run and finished with 200 yards on 25 carries, giving him 567 yards in three games..

Burgard 46, Bennett 0: Aaron Staples and quarterback Prince Augustiniak connected on touchdown passes of 40 and 30 yards as the Bulldogs shut out Bennett. Staple finished with 108 yards in receptions and also had an interception. Lamar Hampton rushed for 120 yards on 12 carries while Deshawn Ellington added 89 yards on 15 carries. .

Lafayette 26, Riverside 12: Jodie Moore rushed for three TDs and 123 yards and quarterback Joe Proverse threw for 157 yards as the Violets defeated Riverside. Gerald Baugh had 11 tackles.

Msgr. Martin Association

Nichols 34, O'Hara 0: Junior quarterback Jon Blumhagen scored three rushing touchdown and Brendan Docherty ran for 92 yards on 10 carries to lead Nichols. Ryan Schwend and Mike Small combined for 19 tackles.

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