Wolfpack 5th & 6th vs. Westlake: The Wolfpack 5th & 6th grade team put their undefeated season on the line against the Westlake Wildcats at SHHS this past Sunday. The Wolfpack came ready to play, and took control of the game early on after a long drive was capped by a short TD run by Harrison Halesworth. The extra point by Alex Mazon put the score at 8-0 (at this level, extra-point kicks are worth 2 points). The Wolfpack defense, led by Mekhi Green and Stefan Mozdziak, then took charge and stuffed Westlake, leading to a turnover on downs. Wolfpack then drove down the field, and punched it in on a 15 yard bootleg run by Ben Good. Mazon again banged the extra point through for a 16-0 lead. The Wolfpack defense continued to dominate, and strong play by Quinton Thornton and Weston Latessa forced another turnover on downs. Unfortunately, the offense turned the ball over in their own end, leading to a short Westlake touchdown drive and a score of 16-6 with 2 minutes remaining in the half. Using all of their allotted time-outs, the Wolfpack drove the length of the field on the strength of Halesworth’s running, with assists from Green and Myles Walker to keep the chains moving. On the final play of the half, Halesworth punched it in, and Mazon remained perfect on extra points for a score of 24-6 at the half. The second half began with a fresh slate of Wolfpack players on defense, and Westlake took advantage, scoring on the first play from scrimmage to bring the score to 24-12. The Wolfpack offense wasted no time getting back on the score board as Halesworth took the first snap off tackle behind the strong blocking of Noel Gomez, Aidan Bernal, Justin Hotetz and Mozdziak for a 70 yard touchdown and a score of 32-12. Early in the 4th quarter Halesworth ripped off another TD from 60 yards out, for his fourth TD on the day, and a final score of 38-26. The Wolfpack moved their record to a perfect 6-0, and remained the only undefeated team in the WYFBL, as they head to Ossining to face their rivals on Sunday, Nov. 3rd.
Wolfpack 3rd & 4th vs. Tuckahoe:
Wolfpack 3rd & 4th won their 4th game on Sunday 21-6, defeating Tuckahoe on their home field at SHHS. The offense was explosive, scoring on our very first play from scrimmage with a 60 yard touchdown run Michael Scaglione. The extra point run by Eli Dessesow was good, bringing the score to 7-0. The offense continued with their dominance throughout the game scoring on a last second, diving to the pylon touchdown by Benji Adair. Adair also scored the extra point, bringing the score to 14-7. In the 4th quarter Adair scored one more time to seal the victory. The extra point was good by Tommy Rickles. The starting defense held Tuckahoe to only one score and even shut down their extra point attempt ensuring our lead for the rest of the game. Our second string defense lead by Peter Zagrobelny made great strides in this game with big stops when they needed to. The second string offense made some impressive runs from scrimmage with Armani Curet at QB and Eli Dessesow at running back. The 4-2 Wolfpack’s next game is away at Ossining this Sunday.
Wolfpack Flag Red vs. Tuckahoe: Tarrytown Wolfpack Flag Red team played at Tuckahoe High school against a newer, less experienced team. The Wolfpack quickly started the scoring on a naked bootleg run by Jai Weitzen that was executed to perfection by the quarterback and running backs. The game was quickly tied up at 7-7 by Tuckahoe on a long drive by the young team. The Wolfpack then took control of the game for good after their second long TD run by Jai Weitzen, again on a bootleg run. The Red team once again played stellar, disciplined defense for most of the game and Luke Wuerffel made several TD saving tackles, catching the Tigers players after long runs. The defense was once again anchored by a strong group of 2nd graders that have been fantastic all year long. Some of the young guns made great strides on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball. The Wolfpack Red team won the game 28-14, powered by 3 long TD runs by Jai Weitzen and another short plunge by Jack Macca.
TDs: Jai Weizen 3; Jack Macca 1
Flags: Luke Wuerffel 5; Jack Macca 5; Declan McCarthy 3; Nico Boccabella 2; Jack McCarthy 1
Wolfpack Flag Black vs. White Plains: Wolfpack Black tied White Plains 14-14 this past Saturday. A long run by Reilly Tuck set up the first touchdown by Julian Guzman. Wolfpack's second score came from a solid run from Justin Fink. Reilly Tuck led the Wolfpack's defense with 7 flags, followed by James Smith with 5, and Julian Guzman and Justin Fink with 2 each.