Capital Region Roundup

October 14, 2012

 

** Albany State, ranked 24th in the land, beat St. Francis (Pa.) 36-13 to extend their record to 6-1.

** The Union College hockey team, after a disappointing opening game loss, bounced back and beat Bowling Green twice.

** The Union College soccer team stunned seventh-ranked St. Lawrence 1-0 on a goal by offensive stalwart Sebastian Jansen.

** Mike Hermann’s three touchdown passes led RPI over Rochester, 31-21.

** Devon Willis scored three times for Schalmont, and two of those TD jaunts were over 50 yards as the Sabres beat up on Hudson Falls, 64-13.

** The three-pronged attack of Felix Rodriguez, Hassan Rainey, and Kwame Jarvis led Schenectady over Niskayuna, 49-20.

** Shenendehowa’s strong defensive effort shutout CBA and the Plainsmen won 14-0.  Kyle Buss’s pass interception with less than four minutes remaining sealed the win.

** The Flying Horses of Troy ran roughshod over Mohonasen in a 32-13 Class A win.

** Shaker ended the regular season undefeated with a 33-6 Liberty League win over LaSalle.  Kenny Jackson scored twice for the Blue Bisons.

** Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake cold-cocked Columbia 62-8.  Vince Dowdle ran for three scores.

** Scotia-Glenville beat Bishop Maginn 42-23 to finish with a 5-2 regular season record.  Andrew Tabbert was at it again, rushing for 196 yards and two touchdowns.

Can you answer the following questions from the above passage?

answers below

1. Who did Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake beat?

2. What was Scotia-Glenville’s final regular season record?

3. What is the Troy nickname?

4. Who scored three touchdowns for Schalmont?

5. Who did Schenectady beat?

6. What was the final score of the Shenendehowa vs. CBA game?

7. Who did RPI beat?

8. Albany State is ranked number ___

9. Did the Union College hockey team win their season opener?

10. What league does Shaker play in?

 

 

 

answers – 1. Columbia 2. 5-2 3. Flying Horses 4. Devon Willis 5. Niskayuna 6. 14-0 7. Rochester 8. 24th 9. no 10. Liberty League

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