DANSVILLE — The Dansville Seniors tuned up for this Sunday's CYFL Championship game against Leroy with a 36-22 conquest of the Geneseo Blue Devils at Babcock Park.

Coach Ron Cartwright used his players a little more liberally with the regular season coming to a close. That action would also establish some "game time" depth for the upcoming title game at Hartwood Park in Leroy. If you liked offense, this game was for you as both teams put up some numbers in the regular season's finale.

Peter Frisiras amassed 79 yards rushing with a 15-yard touchdown run. Zaiden Blackmon started the fire by returning the opening kick-off of the game 75 yards for a touchdown, he also led all ball carriers in rushing with 127 yards, 3 touchdowns (on runs of 28, 11, 34 yards). Gage Frazier had 19 yards on the ground with a P.A.T. run. Jackson Zangerle ran for 44 yards on the day. Braden Henchen finished with 12 yards, Matt Fronk 7 yards, Owen Kysor 5 yards, and Cody Moran with 3 yards.

On the defensive side, Zaiden Blackmon had 9 tackles and an assist. Peter Frisiras had 3 tackles and 2 assists. Quinn Dixon had a tackle, 2 assists and a fumble recovery. Neamiyah Hall had a tackle, an assist and a fumble recovery. Jackson Zangerle and Brycen Lemmon each had a tackle and an assist, while with one tackle each were Caleb Knapp, Aiden York, Carson Mays and Wyatt Everman.

With Dansville visiting Leroy on Sunday (Oct. 28) in the title game, it marks one of the only times in recent history that the Mustangs have had a CYFL team in the championship. Kick-off is at 2 p.m.

Wayland-Cohocton 28, Wellsville 22

WELLSVILLE — The CYFL regular season wrapped up on Sunday (Oct. 21). For Coach Shawn Harvey's Senior Eagles, the maroon & gold waited until now to post their initial win of the season as they tamed the Lions in Wellsville by a final score of 28-22. For Wayland-Cohocton, it seemed as though they saved the best for last.

Highlights for Way-Coh included Kyler Collins rushing for 201 yards on the day, scoring all 4 touchdowns, plus six tackles defensively. Aiden Schafer ran for 124 yards including a pair of 2-point conversions while making 5 tackles. Zachary Cansdale led the defense with 14 tackles. Hunter Delaney posted 11 tackles. Jaxin Eddy rushed for 6 yards while making 7 stops. Ricky VanCuren III had 7 tackles. Garrett Johnson and Noah Ott each had 5 tackles. Preston Aldrich and Dolan Cotter each make 4 tackles. Ean Gaylord had 2 tackles and 4 for a loss, as Xavier Taylor and James Besig each had 2 stops in the game.

Preston Aldrich also had a fumble recovery in the victory for Wayland-Cohocton.

JUNIORS

Dansville 32, Geneseo 0

DANSVILLE — It was one of those so close scenarios for the Dansville Juniors who had lost the week before in a come-from-behind effort against Bath. As fate would have it, the Rams managed to edge the Mustangs out in their bid to play for the southern conference in the CYFL championship on Sunday (Oct. 28) in Leroy against the Cal-Mum juniors who won the northern divisional title.

In the final week, Dansville needed to win & the Mustangs needed some help from Livonia who would need to defeat Bath in order for the red & black to earn a berth in the title tilt. Well, Dansville got 1 out of 2. The Mustangs won, but so did Bath. With it all said & done, both teams finished at 7-1 on the season, but with the Rams defeating Dansville last week in "head to head" competition, the Bath will make the trip this weekend.

Ryan Frazier had 86 yards rushing. Peter Caldwell had 50 yards rushing, 3 yards passing and 1 passing PAT. Clayton Rigdon had 44 yards rushing, 1 rushing TD, 3 yards receiving and 1 receiving PAT. Devin Schafer had 18 yards rushing and 1 rushing PAT. Mason Forrester had 12 yards rushing and 2 rushing TDs. Jack Porter had 11 yards rushing and 1 rushing PAT. Alex Madison added 6 yards rushing

Defensively, Alex Madison had 11 tackles and 2 pass deflections. Jack Porter had 9 tackles. Mason Forrester had 8 tackles. Clayton Rigdon had six tackles, a sack and 1 pass deflection with 2 INTs, including a pick-six 70-yard return.

Cayden Young had 6 tackles. Tristan Bratcher and Devin Schafer 5 tackles each. Carter Sylor and Dakota Calvert 4 tackles each. Karter Palma 3 tackles, 1 pass deflection. Trace Coons 3 tackles. Peter Caldwell, Ryan Frazier, Damian Lafferty, and Noah Jennings 2 tackles each. Camden Foster, Ashley Thomas, Robbie Mosko, Elijah Rauber, Chance Walker and Karson Calvert 1 tackle each.

The Dansville Juniors had a very successful 7-1 season and Coach Sick added some total numbers for the team as he stated, "On the season the Juniors outscored their opponents 230-60 while putting up 2500 yards of offense scoring 32 touchdowns and 19 PAT conversions. Our stingy defense tallied over 500 tackles, forced 11 fumbles, recovered 13 fumbles, and had 2 interceptions. Again an overall great performance from our Dansville Junior Mustangs and we look to keep the stampede going next season."

Wellsville 22, Wayland-Cohocton 10

WELLSVILLE — The Wayland-Cohocton Juniors wrapped up their 2018 CYFL campaign on Sunday (Oct. 21) as they came up short in Wellsville in a 22-10 final.

Coach Mark Johnson's team was led offensively by Adrian Burr who rushed for 100 yards and a 2 point conversion while making 4 tackles with 2 assists. Isaak Taylor ran for 89 yards and a touchdown. He made one tackle. Dawsyn Collins had 40 yards on the ground and 4 tackles. Cole Johnson had 4 yards rushing. Kameren Lantz make 4 tackles and had 2 for a loss. Ethan Burr had 3 stops. Matthew Harvey had 2 tackles and an assist. Garrettt Mehlenbacher had 2 tackles. Xaiden Brent & Colton Collins each had 1 tackle. Cole Hanggi had 2 assists while Wyatt Mayer and Logan Hally each added an assist in the final game of the season.

Pee Wees

Leroy 24, Dansville 22

LEROY — The Dansville Pee Wee football team tangled with Leroy again as the CYFL came to a close on Sunday (Oct. 21) at Hartwood Park. The Knights & Mustangs battled to the finish with Leroy edging out Dansville by a close 24-22 count. Coach Dave Forrester noted he was proud of the efforts his club put forward this season as Dansville would finish the season at 4-3-1.

Tyler Caldwell had 274 yards rushing, 3 TDs and two conversions. Connor Gardner had 67 yards, Jayce Peaty 25 yards and Chase Wilber 10 yards.

Tackling: Connor Gardner 15 (fumble recovery), Tyler Caldwell 10, Keegan Calvert 9, Elijah Jennings 5, Chase Wilber 4, Kyle Losey 4, Leevi Lemmon 2, Kaleb Waite 2, Camdyn Struble 2, Patrick Gallagher 1, Clayton Osborn 1, Gavin Perry 1, Jonathon Rankin 1.

FLAG

Dansville

DANSVILLE — The 2018 Flag Football season came to a close on Sunday (Oct. 21) as Dansville hosted Geneseo.

Coach Beau Mickey's club saw Hunter VanAuken rush for 120 yards, Mason Graham added 10 yards and a touchdown, Aiden Heckman finished with 30 yards, Jacob Forrester ran for 80 yards on the day while Noah Cava and Hunter Kendall had 10 yards each.

On the defensive side Hunter VanAuken had 2 tackles. Mickey thanked everyone for their cooperation during the season and added, "I loved watching these players grow into the athletes they have become and can't wait to see what next season has in store.”

Wayland-Cohocton

WELLSVILLE — A pair of Wayland-Cohocton Flag football teams wrapped up their season on Sunday (Oct. 21) as the Eagles dropped in on the Wellsville Lions as the CYFL campaign came to a close.

Highlights on the final day of the season for coach Jeremy Pifer's program saw:

For the "yellow" team, Xander Cartella rushed for 100 yards and 3 touchdowns, he also added 3 tackles. Korbyn Wright amassed 80 yards on the ground with one touchdown and finished with a half-dozen tackles. Dominick Pifer had 70 yards, a TD and 3 tackles. Hunter Mitchell finished gaining 20 yards. Maxxis Schlemmer had 10 yards, one touchdown and a tackle, and Wyatt Strasburg finished with 10 yards and a tackle.

On the "Red team" side, Jaxson Kendall ran for 75 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Konnor Wheatcraft had 60 yards rushing, with 2 touchdowns. Domitrious Harrison had 15 yards and one tackle, while William Hoffman, Cayden Marullo, Damien McCart, and Ezerik Smart each had one tackle apiece in the season's finale.