October 16, 2010

Fisher Handles Hartwick with a 41-14 victory

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Nationally-ranked St. John Fisher College improved to 7-0 on the year with a 41-14 win over visiting Hartwick College on Saturday.   Fisher recorded a College-record eight interceptions in the win from seven different players.

 

The win marks Fisher's 10th consecutive win, dating back to last October and sets a new College-record for longest winning streak.  The victory also ties the College-record for best start to a season.

 

With the loss, Hartwick falls to 2-4, 0-3.

 

Fisher, ranked 17th in the AFCA poll and No. 18 in the D3football.com poll, used three first-half interceptions to take a 17-0 lead into the locker room.

 

After an interception by Brenden Moore (Camden) at the Hartwick 30, Ryan Kramer (Oneida) put the Cardinals up for good with a 21-yard touchdown run just two plays later.

 

The Cardinals tacked seven more onto its lead, as Tim Bailey (East Aurora) faked an inside hand-off and scored on a quarterback-keeper from four yards out with 12:52 left in the second quarter.

 

Zach Dolan (Troy) intercepted a pass by running back Anthony Casimano (Gansevoort) deep in Hartwick territory late in the first half.   Fisher had first-and-goal from the Hartwick 2, but was forced to settle for a 19-yard field goal from Chad Monheim (Webster Thomas).

 

Fisher took the opening drive of the second half 67 yards and pushed its lead to 24-0 with a 10-yard touchdown pass from Bailey to Ryan Francis (Batavia Notre Dame).

 

The Hawks, however, did not go away and answered with a two-yard run from Casimano, capping an eight-play 65-yard drive with 6:29 left in the third.

 

After a Fisher fumble, Hartwick drove 73 yards on 11 plays and made it 24-14 on a one-yard run from Casimano on the final play of the third quarter.

 

Fisher came right back though. After a 62-yard kickoff return by Francis, Kramer scored on a 14-yard swing pass from Bailey, making it 31-14.

 

The next five drives for Hartwick (all in the fourth quarter) ended on interceptions. 

 

Shawn Masood (Pittsford Mendon) recorded his second interception of the game at the Fisher 50 with 12:40 left in the game and Adam Burdick (Newfane) intercepted a pass and returned it 25 yards just two minutes later.

 

Mike Leavell (Orchard Park) picked off a deep pass and returned it 50 yards to the Hartwick 35.  Four players later, Kramer scored on a three-yard run to give Fisher a 38-14 lead with six minutes left.  The touchdown was Kramer's third of the game, a new personal-best for the sophomore.

 

Travis Tones (Letchworth) picked off a pass and returned it to the Hartwick 15, setting up a 26-yard field goal from Monheim to close out the scoring.

 

Tyler Schier (Montgomery) sealed the win with an interception at the Fisher 5 with just under two minutes left.

 

For Fisher, Bailey accounted for three touchdowns (two passing, one running) and finished 27-for-38 for 232 yards.

 

FuQuan Borum (Liverpool) gained 92 yards on 20 carries, while Kramer rushed for 38 yards on 10 attempts.

 

Ryan Schmidt (Whitesboro) finished with a career-high 12 receptions for 88 yards.   Kramer added five catches for 42 yards, while seven different players also caught a pass.

 

For Hartwick, Kyle Morenus (Sidney) was 18-for-35 for 190 yards and six interceptions.  He also rushed for 66 yards on 11 attempts.

 

Fisher will return to action at 1 p.m. next Saturday at Alfred University.  The Saxons are 5-1 on the year and 2-0 in the Empire 8.  They are the last team to beat Fisher, as Alfred posted a 31-28 win at Fisher back in October 24, 2009.

 

Hartwick is idle next week.

 

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                               Box Score (Final)

       Hartwick College vs St. John Fisher (10/16/2010 at Pittsford, NY)

 

  Score by Quarters     1  2  3  4   Score

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  Hartwick College....  0  0 14  0  - 14       Record: (2-4,0-3)

  St. John Fisher.....  7 10  7 17  - 41       Record: (7-0,3-0)

 

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  Scoring Summary:

  1st 07:53 FISHER - Ryan Kramer 21 yd run (Chad Monheim kick), 2-27 0:43, HC 0 - FISHER 7

  2nd 12:52 FISHER - Tim Bailey 4 yd run (Chad Monheim kick), 11-56 4:13, HC 0 - FISHER 14

      01:38 FISHER - Chad Monheim 19 yd field goal, 7-23 2:37, HC 0 - FISHER 17

  3rd 11:29 FISHER - Ryan Francis 10 yd pass from Tim Bailey (Chad Monheim kick), 9-67 3:25, HC 0 - FISHER 24

      06:29 HC - Anthony Casiman 2 yd run (Heath Dunn kick), 8-65 4:53, HC 7 - FISHER 24

      00:00 HC - Anthony Casiman 1 yd run (Heath Dunn kick), 11-73 4:30, HC 14 - FISHER 24

  4th 13:01 FISHER - Ryan Kramer 14 yd pass from Tim Bailey (Chad Monheim kick), 4-30 1:46, HC 14 - FISHER 31

      06:00 FISHER - Ryan Kramer 3 yd run (Chad Monheim kick), 4-35 0:55, HC 14 - FISHER 38

      03:48 FISHER - Chad Monheim 26 yd field goal, 4-7 1:32, HC 14 - FISHER 41

 

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                                       HC   FISHER

  FIRST DOWNS...................       15       26

  RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............    23-81   42-187

  PASSING YDS (NET).............      221      232

  Passes Att-Comp-Int...........  40-20-8  40-27-0

  TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS.....   63-302   82-419

  Fumble Returns-Yards..........      0-0      0-0

  Punt Returns-Yards............      0-0      2-1

  Kickoff Returns-Yards.........    8-127     3-96

  Interception Returns-Yards....      0-0    8-118

  Punts (Number-Avg)............   4-32.0   5-30.6

  Fumbles-Lost..................      1-0      1-1

  Penalties-Yards...............     2-10     4-33

  Possession Time...............    26:32    33:28

  Third-Down Conversions........  2 of 10  7 of 15

  Fourth-Down Conversions.......   1 of 1   0 of 1

  Red-Zone Scores-Chances.......      2-2      6-6

  Sacks By: Number-Yards........      1-1      1-6

 

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  RUSHING: Hartwick College-Kyle Morenus 11-66; Anthony Casiman 8-13; Nate

  Rockefelle 2-2; Kurtis Ahart 1-1; TEAM 1-minus 1. St. John Fisher-FuQuan Borum

  20-92; Ryan Kramer 10-38; Tim Bailey 6-32; Jeff Meehan 2-10; Ryan Francis 1-6;

  Ryan Schmidt 1-6; M. Lukasiewicz 2-3.

 

  PASSING: Hartwick College-Kyle Morenus 18-35-6-190; Dan Brainard 2-4-1-31;

  Anthony Casiman 0-1-1-0. St. John Fisher-Tim Bailey 27-38-0-232; Team 0-1-0-0;

  Nick Adrian 0-1-0-0.

 

  RECEIVING: Hartwick College-Ryan Mosack 8-76; Jordan Wilkins 4-87; Rick Lantman

  2-26; Jonny Kravetz 2-13; Nate Rockefelle 2-12; Nick Clair 1-5; Grady Edwards

  1-2. St. John Fisher-Ryan Schmidt 12-88; Ryan Kramer 5-42; T.Wallace 2-23; Dan

  Witkowski 2-21; Ryan Francis 2-16; Kenny Wilson 1-13; Scott Allis 1-11; Scott

  Biehl 1-10; FuQuan Borum 1-8.

 

  INTERCEPTIONS: Hartwick College-None. St. John Fisher-Shawn Masood 2-7; Mike

  Leavell 1-50; Travis Tones 1-27; Adam Burdick 1-25; Tyler Schier 1-6; Brenden

  Moore 1-3; Zach Dolan 1-0.

 

  FUMBLES: Hartwick College-Nate Rockefelle 1-0. St. John Fisher-T.Wallace 1-1.

 

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       Hartwick College vs St. John Fisher (10/16/2010 at Pittsford, NY)

 

  SACKS (UA-A): Hartwick College-Dave Stevens 0-1; Chad Rockefelle 0-1. St. John

  Fisher-Chris Sawyer 0-1; Kyle Macey 0-1.

 

  TACKLES (UA-A): Hartwick College-Bryan Schweitze 4-11; Chad Rockefelle 6-6;

  Davionne Price 6-3; R.J. Roth 5-3; Justin Deming 4-4; Pete Jackson 3-2; Dave

  Stevens 1-4; Jim DeRosa 2-2; Stephen Leisenf 2-2; Kevin Lee 2-2; Jordan Spirou

  1-3; Nate Rockefelle 3-0; Joe D'Alessandr 2-1; Tim Martin 1-2; Anthony Ponesse

  2-0; Matt Bobal 1-0; Halley Gartner 1-0; Ryan Mosack 1-0; Tom Ferrari 1-0; Grady

  Edwards 1-0; Kevin Duffy 0-1. St. John Fisher-Brenden Moore 4-3; Joe Leavell

  3-4; Zach Dolan 1-4; Mike Leavell 4-0; Shawn Masood 3-1; Tyler Schier 2-2; Dave

  Vosburgh 2-2; Adam Burdick 2-2; Byron Rhone 2-1; Kyle Macey 0-3; Adam Kinney

  0-3; Travis Tones 1-1; Troy Sant 1-1; Scott Allis 1-0; Charles Vetrano 1-0;

  Clint Doll 1-0; T.Wallace 0-1; Mike Donitzen 0-1; Jeff Headwell 0-1; Dan Allen

  0-1; Keith Savage 0-1; Kevin Ogiba 0-1; Chris Sawyer 0-1.

 

 

  Game Starters:

 

  Hartwick College                          St. John Fisher

 

  POS  OFFENSE                           POS 

  QB   7  Kyle Morenus                      QB   5  Tim Bailey

  TB   6  Anthony Casiman                   TB   3  FuQuan Borum

  FB   36 Nate Rockefelle                   LT   77 Pete Soehner

  TE   83 Grady Edwards                     LG   72 Dominic Fotia

  LT   77 Anthony Ponesse                   C    60 Matt Lowney

  LG   74 Antonio Bell                      RG   63 Adam Kirisits

  C    75 Austin Restaino                   RT   62 Vince Perrone

  RG   56 Chad Cassidy                      WR   7  Ryan Francis

  RT   66 Matt Bobal                        WR   11 Dan Witkowski

  WR   4  Ryan Mosack                       WR   12 Ryan Schmidt

  WR   9  Jordan Wilkins                    HB   32 Scott Biehl

 

  POS  DEFENSE                           POS 

  DE   97 Justin Deming                     DE   9  Byron Rhone

  DT   58 Tim Martin                        DT   71 Kyle Macey

  NT   90 Jim DeRosa                        DT   97 Adam Kinney

  DE   42 Chad Rockefelle                   DE   56 Chris Sawyer

  ILB  25 Joe D'Alessandr                   ILB  54 Joe Leavell

  ILB  22 Jordan Spirou                     ILB  51 Brenden Moore

  OLB  44 R.J. Roth                         OLB  2  Dave Vosburgh

  OLB  23 Davionne Price                    SS   15 Zach Dolan

  CB   10 Pete Jackson                      CB   24 Shawn Masood

  FS   46 Stephen Leisenf                   CB   19 Mike Leavell

  CB   31 Kevin Lee                         FS   26 Adam Burdick

 

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  Player participation:

 

  Hartwick College: 1-Jonny Kravetz, 5-Nate Foote, 8-Ray Mitchell, 13-Alex Tesoriero, 14-Alan Uryniak, 17-J.J. Darling,

  18-Dan Brainard, 26-Dexter Lawrence, 28-Kurtis Ahart, 34-Clyde Miller, 35-Joe O'Brien, 37-Halley Gartner, 41-Rick Lantman,

  43-Bryan Schweitze, 45-David Coon, 48-Jason Krug, 49-Phil Arnold, 50-Rob Warner, 57-Tom Ferrari, 82-Brendan Cahill,

  84-Nick Clair, 87-Michael Ragno, 89-Adam Braunstein, 94-Heath Dunn, 96-Joe Seney, 98-Kevin Duffy, 99-Dave Stevens.

 

  St. John Fisher: 1-Gabe Wells, 4-Kenny Wilson, 6-Charles Vetrano, 8-Nick Adrian, 10-Wade Kline, 14-Clint Doll, 18-Stephen Pride,

  21-Ryan Kramer, 22-Mike Donaruma, 23-Jeff Meehan, 25-T.Wallace, 27-Troy Sant, 28-Tom Piciulo, 29-M. Lukasiewicz, 31-Travis Tones,

  33-Artie Bigsby, 34-Tyler Schier, 36-Kevin Ogiba, 37-Brandon Fox, 40-Scott Allis, 50-Dan Allen, 53-Mike Donitzen,

  57-Craig Simmons, 58-Pat Blizniak, 64-Alex Eye, 67-Jon Cotugno, 69-K. Hutchinson, 73-Matt Conway, 80-Noah Seward,

  81-Mike Dermady, 84-Tyler Stell, 86-Tom Kukuk, 89-Ryan Palmer, 90-Chad Monheim, 91-Mason Judd, 92-Chris Callanan, 94-C. McGinnis,

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  96-Jeff Headwell, 98-Keith Savage, 99-Mike Benderski.

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