Valley Sports Report for Penn York Valley

NTL YOUTH FOOTBALL: SAYRE TOPS WAVERLY IN "C" AND "B" GAMES; WOLVERINES PREVAIL IN "A" GAME (13 PHOTOS) (2017-10-10)

Valley Sports Report
WAVERLY — Sayre won the “C” and “B” games, but Waverly capped off the day Sunday with a win over Sayre in “A” game in NTL Youth Football action at Memorial Stadium.

“A” Game
Waverly 25, Sayre 0

Jay Pipher scored a pair of TDs to lead Waverly to a 25-0 win over Sayre in the “A” game.

The Wolverines scored all four of their TDs in the first half.

Quarterback Joey Tomasso opened the scoring early in the game with a 47-yard TD run to make it 6-0.

Pipher’s first TD came on a 14-yard run at the end of the first quarter to make it 12-0.

Following a Sayre turnover, Carter George scored on a 6-yard TD run early in the second quarter. Jacob Benjamin tacked on the extra point to make it 19-0.

Pipher tacked on the final TD with a 26-yard punt return late in the first half.

The Waverly defense was led by Charlie Larrabee, Benjamin, George Shepard, who recovered two fumbles, and Jacob VanHouten, who had an interception.

Kaiden Bennett led Sayre on defense.

“B" Game
Sayre 14, Waverly 6

Sayre opened a 14-0 lead in the second quarter and held on for a 14-6 win over Waverly in the “B” game.

Brendan Cooke scored on a 29-yard TD run in the first quarter. Jayden Kutt added the extra point to give Sayre a 7-0 lead.

Kurt scored late in the second quarter, and Drayton Dekay added the extra point to make it 14-0.

Ben Shaw scored on a 3-yard run in the third quarter to trim the deficit to 14-6

Aiden Varga and Jamisen Gardner led Sayre’s defensive efforts, while Shaw led the Waverly’s defense, and Tristian Campbell added a fumble recovery for the Wolverines.

“C” Game
Sayre 26, Waverly 0

Sayre scored three early TDs en route to a 26-0 win over Waverly in the “C” game.

Riley Johnson, Blake Zinger, and Jayden Morningstar found the end zone for Sayre early in the game.

The Waverly defense was led by Todd Laforest and Griffin Walter.

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PHOTOS FROM "A" GAME ... COURTESY OF THERESA PIPHER.