Ticonderoga got on track with a 27-6 non-conference football victory against Woodstock, Vt., Sept. 17.
Miles Austin, just called up from the junior varsity, ran for two scores and ignited the slumbering Ti offense than had managed just seven points in its first two games.
Austin ran for 56 yards on five carries and threw for 93 more, hitting 4-of-6 passes.
The Sentinels grabbed an early lead as Ryan Borho broke free for a 74-yard TD gallop on the game's first play from scrimmage.
Ti added to its advantage with a 4-yard scoring run by Austin in the third period. Austin then hit Borho with the conversion pass for a 14-0 lead.
The Sentinels iced the game in the final quarter as Austin ran in from 18 yards out and Carson Granger booted the extra point to make it 21-0. Borho then got loose again for a 50-yard TD run.
Woodstock scored a meaningless TD in the closing minutes.
Borho finished the game with 170 yards rushing on 15 carries.
Moriah's defense dominated as the Vikings posted a 21-0 win against Beekmantown in Northern Football Conference play Sept. 17.
Moriah held the visiting Eagles to 9 yards in total offense - minus 24 yards rushing.
The Vikings marched 84 yards in the second quarter to grab a 7-0 lead. Mike Speshock capped the drive with a 2-yard TD run and Ryan Mascarenas booted the extra point.
Wally Edwards scored on a 31-yard run and Speshock took it home from a yard out following a Beekmantown fumble at its own goal line in the third period. Mascarenas kicked both PATs to account for the final score.
Moriah's offensive line beat up Beekmantown. The Vikings ran for 292 yards - 174 by Edwards and 82 by Nick Gilbo - and won despite not completing a single pass.