Nick Serrata via The (Batavia, N.Y.) Daily NEws
Le Roy receiver Ryan McQuillen makes the catch and backs into the end zone for the first score of the Oatkan Knights games against Wellsville on Friday night in Le Roy.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
Week 6: Le Roy blanks Wellsville; Warsaw wins its first
Mike McMullen completed just 2 passes for Le Roy, but one of those completions was a 27-yard scoring strike to Ryan McQuillen late in the second quarter that provided all the points the Oatkan Knights would need to remain unbeaten.
A second half touchdown run by Peter Privitera closed out the scoring as Le Roy blanked Wellsville 13-0 on Friday night at Hartwood Park.
With the win, Le Roy improved to 6-0 heading in to next week’s regular season finale against rival Caledonia-Mumford, which posted a big win Friday night against Cuba-Rushford. Wellsville dropped to 2-4.
Privitera finished with 113 yards on 30 carries, while Nick Egeling added 82 yards on nine carries.
McMullen was 2-of-13 passing for 31 yards.
McQuillen recorded two of Le Roy’s five interceptions on defense. McMullen, Egeling and Jon Pierce also had interceptions.
Wellsville quarterback Dusty Baldwin was 12-for-26 passing for 206 yards.
In other football action Friday:
Colin Royce put up numbers on offense and defense and helped Warsaw take control in the second half as the Tigers pulled away from Geneseo for a 40-18 victory, Warsaw’s first of the season. The teams were tied 12-12 at halftime. Royce had 13 carries for 277 yards and four scores, including three rushing TDs of 60-plus yards. He added 11 tackles on defense. Josh Griffith got things started for the Tigers (1-5) in the third quarter, rushing for 15-yard score to give Warsaw its third lead of the game. Geneseo responded with a rushing TD of its own, but would fail to score in the final quarter. Jake Clar finished with two TDs for Geneseo (2-4). LCN staff photographer Michael Johnson shares this photo gallery from the game.
- Caledonia-Mumford got four touchdowns from Kurtis Haut in its 47-7 victory over Cuba-Rushford. Haut scored on a pair of 1-yard runs and another for 41 as he piled up 207 yards rushing on 19 carries. He also hit Damien Travis on a 14-yard scoring toss. Justin Hinkley had TD runs of 20 and 4 yards for the Red Raiders, which improve to 5-1. Joe Cappotelli scored on a 1-yard run for Cal-Mum, finishing with 99 yards on 14 carries. Cuba-Rushford (4-2) got a 5-yard TD run by Rian Freeman.
The Perry Yellowjackets held off Letchworth, 34-26, stopping the Indians on a second-and-goal play from the 2-yard-line as the horn sounded. Perry (5-1) was led by Cory Dillon’s four touchdown passes to T.J. McGinnis. Christian Hollister added a touchdown run. Letchworth (1-5) pulled to within 34-26 after scoring following a huge fourth-and-long conversion with about 5:30 left in the game. Here’s a photo gallery from LCN staff photographer Michael Johnson.
- Avon rolled to a 54-6 victory over Hornell. The Braves improved to 4-2; Hornell dropped its sixth straight and is yet to win this season.
- Bath rallied for its first win of the season, defeating York 20-14. York was led offensively by Cody Dubiel, who was 15of-27 passing for 243 yards and two touchdowns to Jake VanNorman, who finished with 4 catches for 149 yards.
- Livonia suffered its first loss of the season, 46-20 at the hands of Bishop Kearney, which got seven touchdown tosses from Tyler Kirton. Five of those scores wen to JoJo Gause, who caught 7 passes for 194 yards. Kirton finished 17-of-31 for 370 yards. Jalen Long also caught 5 passes for 115 yards and a score for Bishop Kearney. On the ground, Michael English ran 29 times for 139 yards for Bishop Kearney, which led 34-14 at halftime.
- Dansville‘s Greg Koch ran for five touchdowns as the Mustangs cruised to a 52-8 victory over Bolivar-Richburg. Dansville led 30-0 at halftime. Koch scored on runs of 27, 29, 35, 26 and 25 yards. Ryan Hurlburt added 12- and 5-yard touchdown runs. B-R’s lone scoring play was an 85-yard kickoff return by Chris Rickicki.
- Devon Harris went over 1,000 yards rushing on the season as Wayland-Cohocton ran past Canisteo-Greenwood, 46-7. Harris scored five touchdowns as he ran for 146 yards on 11 carries. Luke Bembower added a 98-yard punt return touchdown for Way-Co.
- Eastridge piled up 651 total yards on offense en route to a 54-14 victory over Honeoye Falls-Lima.