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Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013: Queensbury knocks off No. 1 Burnt Hills

   Leading off today: Tim Voorhis scored Queensbury’s go-ahead touchdown with 3:29 left and a Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake extra-point attempt with 1:07 to go bounced off an upright preserving a 28-27 of the state's top-ranked Class A football team Saturday.

   Queensbury, ranked No. 11 in Class A by the New York State Sportswriters Association, defeated the defending NYSPHSAA champions for the first time since 2004 and snapped Burnt Hills' 15-game winning streak.

   “We got lucky there, but you know what — we needed that luck. We didn’t get lucky the whole game,” Voorhis told The Post-Star after finishing with two TDs.

   After Voorhis made it 28-21, Burnt Hills responded with John Clayton’s 9-yard touchdown pass to Patrick Brown. However, Clayton’s extra-point kick struck the right upright and fell harmlessly to the ground.

   Lawrence triumphs: Lawrence, likely to ascend to No. 1 in Class A on Tuesday, beat Sewanhaka 40-27 as Jordan Fredericks piled up 146 yards and four touchdowns on eight receptions. His 55-yard reception from Joe Capobianco midway through the second quarter broke a 20-20 tie.

   Aquinas rallies: Jack Zembiec was 18-for-26 for 325 yards and three touchdowns to spark Aquinas back from a 21-13 deficit to win 31-21 at St. Joseph's.

   Aquinas is ranked No. 1 and St. Joe's No. 9 in Class AA by the NYSSWA.

   Alonzo Turney caught eight passes for 91 yards and a TD, and linebacker Charlie Rist made 12 tackles. Aquinas rolled up 17 first downs to six for St. Joe’s and it outgained the Marauders by 463-244.

   “They’re a great team," St. Joe's coach Dennis Gilbert told The Buffalo News. "I’d like to play them every week. I love playing them. They’re well coached, they’re disciplined, they play hard. It’s just a good, hard-fought game all the time.”

   Close call I: Raymond Jones had three sacks, including the last two plays of the game, to preserve No. 8 Roosevelt's 7-0 win over No. 18 Seaford in Nassau County Class B action.

   Rob Hansen scored on a 16-yard run in the first quarter.

   Close call II: Dobbs Ferry senior Tim Soave and sophomore Jibril Kapadia racked up a combined 228 rushing yards and three touchdowns as Dobbs Ferry earned a 28-20 win over Bronxville in Section 1 Class C action.

   Bronxville is ranked 13th and Dobbs Ferry 15th by the NYSSWA.

   Kapadia (11 carries, 117 yards, 1 TD) broke a 58-yard run on the first snap from scrimmage and Soave followed with an 18-yard touchdown run for an early 7-0 lead.

   The Dobbs Ferry's defense finished with three interceptions and a fumble recovery.

   Upset in Section 1: Cameron Ciero threw for a pair of touchdowns and rushed for the go-ahead score as Horace Greeley upset Harrison, ranked ninth in Class A, 21-15.

   Greeley went ahead for good on a Ciero run less than a minute into the second half after 38 yards of Harrison

  
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   Huge, huge performance: Quarterback Brad Garcia rushed for 401 yards and six scores as Warwick downed Kingston 48-26.    The senior has a staggering 1,022 yards and 15 touchdowns in four games. He scored on runs of 2, 31, 35, 37, 46 and 60 yards vs. Kingston.

   Monroe-Woodbury's Ryan Spelman set the Section 9 mark for QB yardage in a game with 419 rushing yards vs. Warwick two seasons ago.

   Also noteworthy: Buffalo McKinley sophomore Keyon Johnson, pressed into service by injury, went 8-for-10 for 160 yards and three TDs as Buffalo McKinley edged Williamsville East 26-23.

   Running back Brett Osman set a Miller Place record with 307 rushing yards and scored four touchdowns on 14 carries to highlight a 55-6 win over Kings Park. The Panthers (3-0) also set a team record with 512 rushing yards.

   Ben Kocis completed 21 of 28 passes for 277 yards and ran for two scores as Huntington fought off Amityville 27-12.

   Babylon blanked Port Jefferson 42-0 as Nick Santorelli completed 9 of 10 passes for 126 yards and two touchdowns.

   Potentially costly win: Class AA No. 16 Monroe-Woodbury rolled past Minisink Valley 49-7 but lost two-year starting QB Kevin Carr to a shoulder injury on Friday.

   Carr, who was replaced by sophomore Ryan O’Malley (82 rushing yards) is likely to sit out against Valley Central next Friday with a likely separated shoulder.

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