A Good Defense is the Best Offense

On Saturday, November 23, 2013,  I had the opportunity to see the Schalmont football team once again prove that the best offense is a good defense at Dietz Stadium in Kingston, when they trounced Marlboro in the state Class B semi-final game, 66-0.  The Sabres scored an incredible 40 points in the second quarter, and their defense forced five turnovers in the first half.  Devon Willis and Dom Friello intercepted passes and returned them for touchdowns in a little over one minute, and Hunter Gac blocked a punt, picked it up, and scampered into the end zone for another score  during that big second period.  A fourth second quarter score was generated by a fumble recovery by quarterback Nick Gallo, who followed it up with a scoring pass to Kyle Strube.

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