Hunter Parks came up with an interception and scored from 15 yards out, as the Pine Plains football team defeated visiting Highland High School 7-0 on Friday.
Parks racked up 105 yards on 15 carries. Matt Beam had 70 yards on 10 carries, while Mitchell Hutchins had 70 yards on 10 carries.
Josh Sharac had 11 tackles on defense, while Tim Lutz had 10 tackles.
“It was our best defensive effort that we’ve had all year long,” said Bombers coach Rob Scott, whose team improved to 2-6. “We had a goal line stand in the first quarter. Highland had another first and goal in the third quarter and did not score.”
Highland quarterback Isiah Daubon had 150 passing yards. Chris Hammond, Larry Oliver and Frank Alfonso each had four tackles for the Huskies (2-6).
Millbrook 47, Tri-Valley 26 — Delvin Wood had two touchdowns on 117 yards, and returned a kickoff 67 yards for a touchdown for the host Blazers (4-4).
Connor Latimer and Mike Passerelli each recorded their first career touchdowns. Latimer added seven tackles.
“We played very well. It was a great team victory,” Blazers coach Sean Keenan said. “We’re finally getting healthy at the right time of the year.”
Franklin D. Roosevelt 21, Kingston 6 — Elijah Hewitt set the tempo for the host Presidents (5-3), returning the opening kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown.
E.J. Budai and Jake Niesen also scored touchdowns.
Nijulan Smith had a sack on defense, while Devante Pavelock came up with an interception.
“The whole defense played awesome,” Roosevelt coach Brian Bellino said. “Kingston’s been playing well offensively and we clamped down on defense.”
Beacon 14, Lakeland 12 – The Bulldogs (4-4) topped the host Hornets, coming from behind in the fourth quarter.
Alex Benson scored on a kickoff return and threw a 2-point conversion to Manny Garner and also scored on a 5-yard run. Jaden Navarro had an interception in the end zone in the fourth quarter.
Goshen 14, Poughkeepsie 6 — MoQuez Dickens scored a late touchdown, but the host Pioneers (2-6) lost.
Clarkstown North 47, Roy C. Ketcham 21 — The visiting Indians fell to 1-7 in a Section 1 crossover.