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Sunday, Sept. 15, 2013: Jamestown's Sisson throws for 508 yards

   Leading off today: Jamestown reeled off the game's last 26 points Saturday, riding a record-setting performance from quarterback Jake Sisson to a 50-28 football win over Kenmore West.

   Sisson went 21-for-40 for 508-yards with six touchdowns and two interceptions. The previous Section 6 record for yards in a game was 492 yards by Joe Licata of Williamsville South in 2009, and Sisson became the sixth QB in state history to reach 500 yards in a game. (See: Single-game yardage list.)

   Receiver Zach Panebianco made nine catches for 223 yards and two TDs. Brian Park had one catch, but it

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was a 95-yarder for another touchdown.

   The Red Raiders trailed 28-24 with 6:14 left in the third quarter but took the lead for good on Panebianco’s 44-yard TD catch.

   While Sisson racked up yards through the air, Marlboro QB Ryan Cary was going it on the ground. He ran just 15 times for 301 yards and four touchdowns during a 61-14 win over Dover. The senior scored on runs of 40, 23, 1 and 55 yards.

   Marlboro running back Marsallis Faircloth rushed 20 times for 262 yards, including TDs covering 28, 10, 7, 11 and 25 yards.

   Cary had played running back and defensive back in two previous varsity seasons. He took over at QB this fall when incumbent Justin Votta decided not to come out for the team.

   A three-bagger: Will Williams and LaSalle Institute achieved maximum efficiency over a brief but impressive span of a 35-25 win over Columbia. The senior QB threw TD passes of 23, 89 and 80 yards on three consecutive snaps beginning with the final possession of the first half football site

and ended the game with 293 yards through the air.

   The first score was to Christian Apicella and the others to Dylan Thompson. Williams also hit Apicella on a 70-yard pass play to the 4-yard-line in the first quarter. Apicella finished with three catches for 100 yards, intercepted three passes and ran back a punt 45 yards.

   More pinball productivity: Felix Rodriguez ran for 315 yards and four touchdowns to rally Schenectady past Bethlehem 38-28. The Patriots trailed 28-13 before Rodriguez carried 74 yards for a score on Schenectady's first possession of the second half.

   Lansingburgh running back Anthony Walker amassed 271 yards and four TDs to beat Green Tech 35-14 for coach Jeff Pasinella's first win. Walker rushed for 1,903 yards in nine games as a junior.

   Week 2 scoreboard: With a handful of Sunday and Monday games still on the schedule, you can get a recap of all the scores here.

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