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NYSPHSAA Football: Malone Huskies @ Peru Nighthawks September 3rd

tackle
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Kyle Coryea

Malone's (10) with the arm tackle to bring Peru's Jack Hanson down from behind. It would be the opening weekend of the high school football season and the Peru Nighthawks would host Section X's Malone Huskies in non conference action. The Nighthawks would get off to a quick start with a 8 yard pass to Landon Duprey 3:40 into the game for the 6-0 lead. Then just over three minutes later the Nighthawks would strike again to make it a 13-0 lead on a 22 yard pass to Rocky Hebert. Then in the second quarter the Nighthawks would open up the flood gates and strike four times to take a 40-0 lead into the break on scores from Jack Hanson, Landon Duprey, Rocky Hebert, and Jack Hayes. When the teams back for the second half there would be no let up as they would get another two scores to take a 53-0 lead on scores from Landon Duprey (third of the game), and Zach Hunter. In the fourth quarter the Nighthawks would get one more to secure the 60-0 victory on a 38 yard pass to Preston Daniels. With the win the Nighthawks will start there season 1-0 as they will welcome in the Beekmantown Eagles next week to get there conference season underway.

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Matt Golden

Peru's Sawyer Schlitt (40) comes around the corner and is meet by a pair of Huskies defenders that takes on. Gallery

Malone Huskies @ Peru Nighthawks September 3rd 2022

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Matt Golden

Peru's Zach O'Connell (5) with the stiff arm on the Malone defender as he turns the corner and cuts up the field. It would be the opening weekend of the high school football season and the Peru Nighthawks would host Section X's Malone Huskies in non conference action. The Nighthawks would get off to a quick start with a 8 yard pass to Landon Duprey 3:40 into the game for the 6-0 lead. Then just over three minutes later the Nighthawks would strike again to make it a 13-0 lead on a 22 yard pass to Rocky Hebert. Then in the second quarter the Nighthawks would open up the flood gates and strike four times to take a 40-0 lead into the break on scores from Jack Hanson, Landon Duprey, Rocky Hebert, and Jack Hayes. When the teams back for the second half there would be no let up as they would get another two scores to take a 53-0 lead on scores from Landon Duprey (third of the game), and Zach Hunter. In the fourth quarter the Nighthawks would get one more to secure the 60-0 victory on a 38 yard pass to Preston Daniels. With the win the Nighthawks will start there season 1-0 as they will welcome in the Beekmantown Eagles next week to get there conference season underway.

NYSPHSAA Football Week 8: Saranac Chiefs Vs St. Lawerence Larries October 22 2011

around the edge
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Kyle Coryea

Saranac Chief's Matt McCasland (21) turns the crown and takes it up field as the St. Lawerence defender goes for the arm tackle. Gallery

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Kyle Coryea

Saranac Chiefs Austin Velie (3) with the backward falling over the catch in the endzone part of a three-touchdown day (2 on offense and 1 on defense. Gallery

Saranac Chiefs Vs St. Lawerence Larries October 22 2011

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Interception
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Kyle Coryea

Saranac Chiefs' Zach Lareau (26) backs his way into the receiver and breaks up the play and almost gets the interception. The Saranac Chiefs would honor their seniors before the game and then go onto the field and take care of business as they would defeat the St. Lawerence Larries 62-12. With the win, the Saranac Chiefs improve to 6-2 overall and look forward to there rematch next weekend against the Beekmantown Eagles in the Section X Class B Playoffs. Gallery

Saranac Chiefs Vs Malone Huskies October 8 2011

NYSPHSAA Football Week 6
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Kyle Coryea

Saranac Chiefs Taylor Chapple (33) holds on and goes for the ride bringing down Malone Huskies Austin Dunleavey (84). The Saranac Chiefs would welcome in the unbeaten Malone Huskies. The game would be tight throughout the first half with the Chiefs taking a 27-20 lead into the break. In the end, it would be the tale of two halves as in the second half would steamroll the Huskies and get the convincing 48-27 win and end Malone's unbeaten season. With the win the Chiefs improve there record to 4-2 overall and 2-2 in Class B. Gallery

NYSPHSAA Football Week 6: Saranac Chiefs Vs Malone Huskies October 8 2011

over defender
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Kyle Coryea

Saranac Chiefs Nate Bedell (81) jumps up and comes down with the catch in the endzone for the 2 point conversion. The Saranac Chiefs would welcome in the unbeaten Malone Huskies. The game would be tight throughout the first half with the Chiefs taking a 27-20 lead into the break. In the end, it would be the tale of two halves as in the second half would steamroll the Huskies and get the convincing 48-27 win and end Malone's unbeaten season. With the win the Chiefs improve there record to 4-2 overall and 2-2 in Class B. Gallery

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Kyle Coryea

Saranac Chiefs Ben Weightman (1) gets some hard fought yards as he gets nailed on both ends. Gallery