Welcome to Patch's snapshot of sports in Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow.
Thanks to Dave Halesworth for this great coverage of our local Wolfpack teams:
Tarrytown Wolfpack 5th & 6th faced a tough Armonk Warriors team at SHHS on Sunday. Wolfpack opened strong with an early touchdown pass from 40 yards out from Colby Martins to Danny Minerva. Danny Adair continued his great season on the next offensive series with his second 80 yard plus touchdown run of the season for a 12-0 halftime lead. Starting the third quarter Justin Hotetz scored on a 10 yard run making the score 18-0. The Wolfpack defense was dominant all game long, with Michael Ciffone and Terence Williams leading the way to a shutout, and a final score of 18-0, moving their record to 2-0 on the season. The wolfpack (2-0) will host Westlake next Sunday home at Sleepy Hollow High School.
5/6th Grade Stats:
Coby Martins- 5 completions, 110 yards, 5 rushes , 60 yards
Danny Minerva- 4 receptions, 90 yards
Terrence Williams- 5 carries for 60 yards
Danny Adair- 5 carries for 100 yards
Jack Stroligo- 4 carries, 50 yards
Wolfpack 3rd & 4th Black played a barnburner against Westlake at Westlake H.S. After several turnovers put them in a 13-0 hole at halftime, the Wolfpack battled back to a 13-12 deficit late in the 3rd quarter. Harrison Halesworth opened the scoring with a 25 yard TD run. Dylan Nelson then ripped off a 55 yard TD to put the Wolfpack in good position to win the game. The Wolfpack defense led by Nelson, Halesworth, Jake Zednik, William Kelly, and James Welch was strong all day, but gave up a few big plays that proved the difference in the game. After a turnover Westlake pushed the score to 19-12, and the Wolfpack's final drive to tie the game ended on their opponent's 30 yard line, with the clock running out. The loss dropped their record to 1-1 on the season, but it was a really hard fought effort by all of the boys.
Wolfpack Black Flag had another great day as they visited their rivals in Pleasantville and took home a victory. Tyler Mahood wasted no time, scoring from 60 yards on the opening play, and led alll scorers with two TDs, one on the ground and one through the air from James Smith. Smith added a long TD run of his own to cap the Wolfpack's scoring. The Wolfpack defense did a great job with Smith, Mahood, Matthew Carey and Justin Fink (interception) keeping the Panthers offense at bay. Wolfpack Black finished up with a 21-14 win, and evened out their season record to 1-1.
Wolfpack Red Flag ran into a tough Armonk Warriors team at home on Sunday. The Wolfpack was again led by Armani Curet who scored on two long TD runs. Curet was assisted on offense by long runs of Jack Macca and Jay Weitzen. In the end it was Armonk's strong offense controlling the game, and leading the way to a 28-14 win. The loss brings Wolfpack Red's record to an even 1-1 on the season.
On Sunday, October 7th all three Wolfpack tackle teams have home games at SHHS. Please come out and support the teams and the Wolfpack program.
Wolfpack 3rd & 4th Black vs. Westlake - 8:00 am Sunday at SHHS
Wolfpack 3rd & 4th White vs. Tuckahoe - 9:15 am Sunday at SHHS
Wolfpack 5th & 6th vs. Westlake - 10:30 am Sunday at SHHS
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