Ticonderoga to host playoff game

Ticonderoga will host Tupper Lake in the opening round of the Section VII-X Class D football tournament Friday, Oct. 30.

The game will be played at 7 p.m. at Sentinel Field. Tickets will be priced at $3 fro adults and $2 for students.

The winner of the game will advance to the Section VII-X championship game with a berth in the state tournament on the line.

Ti edged Tupper Lake in the regular season, 20-14, scoring the winning touchdown with 2 seconds to play.

Moriah has a first round bye and will host the Ticonderoga-Tupper Lake winner at Linney Field at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 6, for the Section VII-X Class D title.

Moriah 54, Plattsburgh 12

Moriah crushed Plattsburgh, 54-12, in Northern Football Conference action Oct. 23.

Wally Edwards had a huge game - on three plays - to pace the Vikings. He only had three carries, but broke off touchdown runs of 32 and 80 yards. He also returned a fumble 35 yards to a score.

Moriah jumped to 28-0 lead in the opening period, getting a 20-yard TD run from Nick Gilbo, Jalen Beebe's 12-yard scoring run, Edwards' fumble return and a 2-yard TD plunge by Nate Gilbo.

Edwards added two more TD runs in the second period and the Vikings took a41-0 lead at intermission.

Moriah closed out its scoring with a 14-yard TD run by Beebe and a 41-yard touchdown scamper by Willy Burbank.

Saranac Lake 39, Ticonderoga 8

Ticonderoga fell to Saranac Lake, 39-8, in Northern Football Conference action Oct. 23.

Missing two-thirds of its starting backfield, Ti was never in the contest. Saranac lake raced to an 18-0 lead after one period and was up 25-0 at the half.

Sentinel quarterback Robert Kearns had the night off as Ti readies for the playoffs, while leading rusher Bryant Austin is no longer with the club.

Jon Granger scored on a 41-yard run fr Ticonderoga in the final period. Todd Carr ran for the two-point conversion.

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