General Brown reaches semifinal


DEXTER — Eli Rawleigh ran 18 times for 229 yards and four touchdowns as second-seeded General Brown used a fourth-quarter surge to beat No. 7 Southern Hills, 34-14, in a Section 3 Class C quarterfinal.

Rawleigh scored on runs of 1, 3, 28 and 77 for the Lions (8-0 overall), who scored the last 22 points of the game after trailing 14-12 after the third quarter.

Sheamus Devine added an eight-yard scoring run for General Brown, which plays third-seeded Bishop Ludden at 3 p.m. Saturday at Cicero-North Syracuse High School in the Class C semifinal.

Ashton Burian scored both touchdowns for the Storm (4-2) and picked up 169 yards on 27 carries.


Francisco Cross and River Oudemool each scored a pair of touchdowns as the fourth-seeded Wildcats blanked the No. 5 Comets in a Section 3 Class A quarterfinal at Camlius.

Dominick Burris also returned a blocked punt for a touchdown for West Genesee (5-2), which plays at top-seeded Indian River in a semifinal game with date and time to be determined.

Carthage fell to 2-4.


The Blue Devils (7-1) set up a rematch with top-seeded Gouverneur for the Class C championship next weekend by routing the St. Lawrence Central Larries in a semifinal in Ogdensburg.

Eight players scored touchdowns for OFA and Drew Costello converted all eight, two by runs and six by kicks.

Tristan Lovely completed 3 of 4 passes for 100 yards, including a 29-yard score to Justice McIntyre and a 30-yard pass to Conner Graveline.


The fourth-seeded Falcons scored four touchdowns in the fourth quarter, including three from Cody Spann, to rally past the fifth-seeded New York Mills to win a Section 3 Eight-Man quarterfinal in Turin.

New York Mills (4-3) led 12-0 entering the final quarter before Daniel Ortlieb scored on a 30-yard rush for the first touchdown of the night for South Lewis.

Spann then ran for touchdowns of 60, 35 and five yards, running in a conversion after his first scoring run, to lift the Falcons to the victory.

Spann finished with 143 rushing yards on 14 carries on the night.

South Lewis (4-4) advances to a semifinal where it will play an opponent to be determined at 11 a.m. next Saturday at Sauquoit Valley High School.

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