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Jamestown at home scoring 50

Jamestown entered Friday night’s Class AA contest ranked No. 3 in The Buffalo News large school poll while visiting Lancaster was No. 7. On Friday night they seemed separated by a lot more.

The Red Raiders routed the previously undefeated Redskins, 58-20, unleashing an offense that has scored over 50 points in all four games this season. Jamestown has scored 218 in four games, a total some teams don’t achieve in an entire season. They opened with a 52-14 win over Niagara Falls, beat Kenmore West, 50-28, and last week downed South Park, 58-32.

In this one Jamestown led 29-0 after the first quarter and 58-14 at halftime. QB Jake Sisson continued his torrid pace. He was 18 of 24 for 246 yards giving him 1,190 yards in four games. He also had four rushing TDs, finishing with 69 yards. Daquan Hollingsworth had a 98-yard kickoff return and opened the game’s scoring on a 7-yard run. Kevin Mosley had 13 tackles, Stephen Carlson added 12 with an interception and Joe Mistretta had 10 tackles and a fumble recovery.

“We got the two quick scores and that’s what we preach,” said coach Tom Langworthy. “That’s what we want to do, get a team on their heels and pour in on and take advantage of the momentum as much as we can.”

Kenmore West 33, Clarence 31: A failed PAT run halted a Clarence rally as the Blue Devils hung on. Clarence scored on a 6-yard run by Austin Manzano with 4:04 left. They went for two points and the tie, but a run play was stopped at the line of scrimmage. The Red Devils had scored the last 12 points of the game. West’s Alex Price had four TDs, three on the ground. The Blue Devils got a spark when Ford Terell returned a kickoff 83-yards in the second quarter.

Frontier 49, West Seneca West 0: Big plays were the name of the game for the Falcons, who moved to 4-0. Quarterback Tyler Gaglia ran for TDs of 50 and 22 yards, and he threw TD passes of 22 and 20 yards. A.J. Licata added 11 tackles, two sacks and a blocked punt.

Class A

W.S. East 10, Hamburg 7: Mike Waterman scored on a 14-yard run and Justin Simoncelli booted a 25-yard field goal as the Trojans moved to 4-0. Waterman had 120 yards on 14 carries. Hamburg scored on a 1-yard pass to Jason Shuttleworth from Alex Suchan with 1 minutes left. East’s John Dolac recovered the onside kick. Tyler Skretny finished with seven tackles and an interception.

South Park 40, Lake Shore 0: After a scoreless first quarter the Sparks erupted for 24 points in the second. Taron Scott opened the scoring with a 16-yard run and later added a 71-yard scamper. QB Tyler Mascio connected with Antonio Leonard on a 20-yard pass and had two passing an one running PAT.

Class B

Pioneer 6, East Aurora 3: Justin Bliss kicked the winning field with three seconds left to highlight an eight-play, 50-yard drive. Sophomore kick returner Nate Tackentein had a 25-yard return to give the Panthers great field position with 1:20 left in the game. Bliss also beat Olean on a 19-yard field goal in overtime in Week 2.

Bliss gave Pioneer a 3-0 halftime lead connecting on a 28-yarder. East Aurora got on the board and tied the game when Tyler Norcia hit a 40-yarder. Junior Chris Riordan had 101 yards on 25 carries for Pioneer. Tyler Mummery, who injured his ankle earlier in the week, added 87 yards on 11 carries, all in the second half. Linebacker Nick Thagard had six tackles, two for loss.

Olean 35, Dunkirk 21: After a low-scoring first half (7-0), both teams turned on the offense as the Huskies eventually pulled away. Chance Anzivine was 7 of 12 through the air for 142 yards and a touchdown pass. Dante Tarr ran for 82 yards and two touchdowns, and added an interception return for a TD.

Cheektowaga 43, Amherst 3: The visiting Warriors remained in first place in Class B North with a convincing win over the Tigers. Second-place teams Burgard (2-0) and Medina (2-0) square off today with the winner sharing first place with Cheektowaga. Marshawn Gibson had 256 yards and two scores. Preston Summers only had six carries, but scored on three of them. Wide receiver Hakiem Black had five catches for 124 yards. The Warriors jumped out to a 21-0 lead after the first quarter.

Maryvale 38, Barker/Roy-Hart 16: Marcus Ford ran for 94 yards on 14 carries and a TD for the Flyers. He also contributed with a 45-yard return off of blocked punt for a score. Eric Graham’s first start at quarterback was a memorable one as he threw a TD. Austin Reamsnyder had 43 yards receiving and a TD catch; he also made five tackles.

Bennett 36, Lew-Port 14: Paul Dickson ran for two TDs before halftime as th Tigers dominated. Isaiah McDuffee led Bennett with 10 tackles while Joel Dean added eight.

Class C

Randolph 35, Maple Grove/CL 7: Senior Chris Doubek rushed for 337 yards and three TDs as the Cardinals won this battle of two of the top Class D teams in the state. “He’s a tough kid, he hits the hole real hard,” said coach Brent Brown. “The kid’s a good wrestler he’s one of those type of kids.”

Ellicottville/West Valley 14, Franklinville 13: Cameron Wilson scored a fourth-quarter TD on a 1-yard run, and then ran for the two-point converstion for the win. Wilson also scored his team’s other TD, while Phalla Mufall ran for 75 yards on 20 carries. Nonleague