Nick Condino is setting pretty high standards for himself. For the second week in a row the Niagara-Wheatfield senior running back scored four touchdowns.
On Saturday he victimized Grand Island during a 53-14 win in a Federation Division II game. Condino finished with 151 yards on 19 carries and scored on runs of 25, 9, 1 and 49 yards. The undefeated Falcons (3-0) are ranked No. 2 among large schools in The Buffalo News Polls. Quarterback Jason Herman completed 10 of 14 passes for 127 yards. Last week, Condino scored four times against Kenmore East in a 47-20 decision.
Elsewhere in Division II:
Sweet Home 25, LaSalle 0: Paul Kowal passed for a pair of touchdowns as the Panthers cruised past the winless Explorers.
Clarence 32, Niagara Falls 0: Kevin Clive had 20 rushes for 150 yards, scored two touchdowns and made 11 tackles to lead the Red Devils (3-0).
North Tonawanda 35, Lockport 34 (OT): Geoff Gane scored five touchdowns and rushed for 217 yards, and Jon Mohr was 5 for 5 kicking PATs as the Lumberjacks got their first win in a thriller. Gane scored on a 10-yard run and Mohr added the extra point to open overtime. On Lockport's possession, Tim Baker scored on an 11-yard run, but his two-point conversion option pass to Casey Mullett fell incomplete. Lockport QB Scott Finn was 17 of 30 passing for 225 yards and two TDs.
Lake Shore 26, West Seneca East 20: Matt Michalski rang up 183 yards and four touchdowns on 27 carries as the Eagles held off a rally by the Trojans, who scored 20 fourth-quarter points.
Hamburg 17, Wmsv. East 0: Aaron Pavlovic scored on runs of 2 and 28 yards and Aaron Smith kicked a school-record 49-yard field goal as the Bulldogs (2-1, 2-0) doused the Flames.
Wmsv. South 34, Amherst 6: Matt Klein and Chris Kicinski connected on three touchdown passes to lead the Billies.
Newfane 17, Starpoint 0: The Panthers scored two first-quarter touchdowns in their blanking of the Spartans as Brandon Smith was 9 of 14 passing for 130 yards and a TD. Brian Wise scored on a 1-yard run, kicked a 37-yard field goal and intercepted a pass.
Eden 6, Roy-Hart 0: The Raiders scored the only points of the game on their first possession as Jason Blasz, who finished with 111 yards on 26 carries, tallied on a 25-yard run.
Panama 20, Pine Valley 19: Ed Nelson's two-point conversion pass to Mike Winderl after a 39-yard TD run by Andy Eggleston lifted Panama past Pine Valley. Eggleston also scored on a 95-yard run. Pine Valley was successful on only 1 of 3 PAT kicks.
Clymer 46, Little Valley 0: Clymer scored 33 points in the first half on its way to a romp. Shawn Smith led the winners with 12 rushes for 179 yards while scoring three touchdowns. Paul Downey added a pair of TD runs.
Walsh 20, Sherman 7: Adam John scored on runs of 5 and 19 yards to rally the Eagles, who trailed 7-0 after a quarter. Dan Driscoll added a 2-yard run for Walsh.
W. Valley 15, Chaut. Lake 6: West Valley scored all its points in the fourth quarter on a pair of TD tosses by Don Beecroft, a 25-yarder to Mark Scherer and a 12-yarder to Ezaldeen Ramadhan. Chautauqua's Irik Johnson had 24 carries for 149 yards.
Lackawanna 26, Maryvale 22: Charles Kowalski's 3-yard TD run with a minute left allowed the Steelers, the No. 1 small school in The News Polls, top the Flyers.
W. Sen. West 20, Ken-West 12: Mike Dizak sealed the win for West Seneca West with a 17-yard TD run. The 0-3 Blue Devils had put a scare into the 3-0 Indians when David Haynes returned a kickoff 87 yards for a touchdown, drawing Ken-West within 14-12.
Iroquois 21, Portville 0: Senior Frank Corigliano ran for 140 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Chiefs.
Cassadaga Valley 28, JFK 6: Sophomores Aaron Richard and Sherman Sweeney each scored twice to lead the Cougars. Richard had 165 yards on 21 carries.