Ticonderoga gained bragging rights and the top seed in the upcoming Class D tournament with a 15-7 win against archrival Moriah in Northern Football Conference action Oct. 12. The game left Ticonderoga with a 6-1 overall and 4-1 conference record. Moriah fell to 4-3 overall and 3-2 in league play. The difference in the game was the leg of Matt Streeter. Streeter booted three field goals for the Sentinels. Streeter put Ti on the board early in the second period with a 42-yard field goal. The Sentinels then got a 32-yard scoring run from Steven Lenhart to go up 9-0. Streeter kicked another field goal, this time from 29 yards, with five seconds to play in the opening half to stake Ticonderoga to a 12-0 advantage. Rich Larmore broke free on a reverse, scoring from 14 yards out for Moriah in the third period. The extra point made it a 12-7 contest. Streeter kicked another 29-yard field in the final quarter to ice the game for Ti. Lenhart paced the Sentinels, running for 81 yards on 12 carries. Quarterback Anthony Barnao hit 7-of 11 passes for 72 yards for Ti. Ticonderogas defense had a big game. The Sentinels held Keith Karkoski, the conferences third-leading rusher, to 10 yards on five carries and limited Moriah to a minus-2 yards passing. Justin Slattery topped Moriah, running for 45 yards on 10 carries. Larmore, who scored the Viking TD, also made an interception on defense.