Erasmus Hall started fast and never looked back against Brooklyn Tech.
The unbeaten Dutchmen scored 16 first-quarter points and rolled to a 38–0 road win over Brooklyn Tech in Public School Athletic League City Conference football last Saturday afternoon. The win is Erasmus’s fifth shutout of the season.
Erasmus visits rival Tottenvillle on Saturday night for its regular season finale, with a chance to lock up the top seed in the playoffs.
Dave Thony and Zhadane Peters combined for 119 yards and a touchdown each on the ground for Erasmus (9–0). Aaron Grant completed two of three passes for 20 yards and a touchdown to Keon Gravenhise. Xavier Braithwaite had two interceptions and returned one for a touchdown.
Elijah Rueda collected 55 yards passing for Brooklyn Tech (5–4).
Abraham Lincoln 39, New Utrecht 8: Roget O’Neill completed six of eight passes for 105 yards and two touchdowns for Lincoln (8–1). He added a touchdown and 61 yards rushing on 13 carries. Prince Klutsey chipped in two rushing scores. Jordan Hannah and Luis Rodriguez each caught touchdown passes. Angelo Carrera tossed a touchdown pass and scored on the ground for New Utrecht (5–4).
Fort Hamilton 38, Midwood 20: Troy Booker rushed for 186 yards and four touchdowns on 22 carries for Fort Hamilton (5–4). Sharif Legree completed six of eight passes for 111 yards and ran for a score.
Xaverian 43, Cardinal Spellman 14: Brandon Peterson ran for 218 yards and three touchdowns on 11 carries for Xaverian (4–3, 3–3). Quarterback Phil Depaulis compiled 70 yards of total offense, two scores on the ground, and a touchdown pass to Anthony Bianchi.
Franklin Roosevelt 30, James Madison 6: Tristin Thomas carried the ball 12 times for 165 yards and a touchdown for Franklin Roosevelt (7–2). Kaseem Morrison rushed for 96 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries, and Monrico Cummings added a score on the ground. Ishmail Muhammad made eight tackles.
Eagle Academy II 58, Info Tech 8: Ramell Redd carried the ball seven times for 136 yards and three touchdowns and Claude McCammon ran for 120 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries for Eagle Academy (8–1). Du Sean Barnett went two of four passing for 17 yards and a touchdown to Turin Heath. Jamal Trotman made five tackles, including five sacks.
Lafayette 26, Grady 14: Quincy Jiles carried the ball 19 times for 171 yards and two touchdowns for Lafayette (7–2).