Thursday, 02 December 2021 14:23

Schuylerville Rolls Past Dobbs Ferry, Headed to Superbowl

SCHUYLERVILLE — Schuylerville had a 42-15 win over Dobbs Ferry in the state semifinals on Nov. 27. The Black Horses will head to the Class C state championship superbowl on Friday, Dec. 3, 6pm at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, where they will face Section 4’s Chenango Forks. 

Schuylerville kept Dobbs Ferry off the board in the first quarter, while also managing to score three TDs. R. Dow scored on a 15 yd. TD run (kick failed) and a 36 yd. TD run (2 pt. conversion completed by O. Sherman to Ollie Bolduc), and O. Sherman connected with Ollie Bolduc on a 44 yd. TD pass (2 pt. conversion completed by O. Sherman). 

Dobbs Ferry got the scoring started in the second quarter with a 71 TD pass from J. Williams to J. Almaras (kick good). L. Sherman scored twice on TD runs for the Black Horses, one for 7 yds. (2 pt. conversion completed by Dow) and one for 2 yds. (2 pt. conversion completed by L. Sherman to Otto Bolduc). 

 Schuylerville added to their lead in the second half after L. Sherman’s 9 yd. TD run in the third quarter (2 pt. conversion completed by O. Sherman to Otto Bolduc), and Ollie Bolduc’s 1 yd. TD run in the fourth quarter (2 pt. conversion unsuccessful). Dobbs scored once more, in the fourth quarter, off R. Sanzo’s 64 yd. TD run (kick good). 

Schuylerville had 491 total yds.; 422 rushing. Lead rushers for the Black Horses were L. Sherman with 15 carries for 143 yds. and 3 TDs, O. Sherman with 7 carries for 94 yds., and Dow with 10 carries for 91 yds. and 2 TDs. Ollie Bolduc had 1 rushing TD. 

Passing, QB O. Sherman was 4 for 4 for 69 yds. Receiving, Ollie Bolduc caught 1 pass for 44 yds, Dow caught 2 passes for 14 yds., and L. Sherman caught 1 pass for 11 yds. 

On defense, C. Patrick, J. McGarrahan, and A. Prouty combined for 2 sacs. S. Stiassney had an interception. 

Dobbs Ferry had 366 total yds.; 188 rushing. Top rushers for Dobbs were Sanzo with 16 carries for 109 yds. and 1 TD, and B. Holman with 8 carries for 33 yds. 

QB Williams was 8 for 15 for 178 yds, 1 interception, and 1 TD. Sanzo had 4 receptions for 79 yds., Almaras had 1 reception for 71 yds. and 1 TD, and Holman had 3 receptions for 28 yds. 

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