Hudson Valley Sports Report


Tri-Valley Earns Top Seed After Beating Roscoe

GRAHAMSVILLE – A three-way tie atop the standings of the inaugural Eight-Man Football League stayed that way after the final regular-season games on Saturday, but the playoff seeds were sorted out.

Tri-Valley, Pine Plains and Pawling all finished 6-1 but by virtue of its 28-18 victory over Roscoe, Tri-Valley earned the top seed. The Bears will face No. 4 Roscoe on Saturday, Oct. 27, at 1 p.m. at neutral Franklin D. Roosevelt High School. That semifinal game will be followed by the second semi between No. 2 Pine Plains and No. 3 Pawling. The two winners meet Nov. 3, at Dietz Stadium in Kingston, for the title.

T-V quarterback Keegan Streimer threw for 115 yards and running back Quincy Irby ran for 122, including a 61-yard scoring burst in the fourth quarter that gave the Bears some breathing room with a two-touchdown lead.

Pawling defeated traditional rival Dover, 38-0, as Quinn Clowry threw for two touchdown passes and ran for one. Paddy Irwin had a pair of TDs, one receiving and one rushing. Carmine Pedoto also had a rushing touchdown.

Pine Plains capped the regular season with a 40-22 win over Sullivan West. The Bombers were led by Evan Proper with 142 yards rushing and two touchdowns – one on a 60-yard run and another on a 30-yard touchdown pass from Andrew Holsopple.

Holsopple completed three of his four passes for 155 yards, including another TD pass of 65 yards to Calab McCaul.

Luke Imperato from added a 50-yard touchdown run and returned a kickoff 70 yards for the final score of the night.

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