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When Devan Lawson met his Andrew Delva, the football coach at Spring Valley High School, his football future wasn’t necessarily on his radar, he just finished his freshman year of high school after all. But, after his first summer session as a Tiger, Coach Delva found Lawson and told the youngster that he’d be signing a National Letter of Intent in a couple years.
Tonight is the night. Join us at 7 p.m. for News 12 Varsity's All-Metro Special, where we announce our seventh annual All-Metro First and Second Teams and Honorable Mentions. While you wait, here are our all-regional teams:
Rodney Samson scored 3 touchdowns and Ki'shyne Shipmon added two scores as Iona Prep captured the CHSFL Class AA championship in a 35-14 victory over Holy Trinity on Saturday afternoon at Mitchel Athletic Complex in Uniondale.
Mike Nicosia completed two touchdown passes and Shane Rafferty hit two field goals to help Archbishop Stepinac win 20-10 over Monsignor Farrell in the CHSFL Class AAA semifinals Saturday in Staten Island.
Pleasantville won its first state playoff game in school history by scoring 34 unanswered points in the second half to topple Section 9's New Paltz, 56-20.
Pleasantville's Jack Howe tossed three touchdown passes and the Panther defense limited Westlake to almost half its total yards from their regular season meeting as Pleasantville topped the Wildcats, 28-21, in the Section 1 Class B title game.
Watching the Somers players race across the field to their fans wasn’t the stunning part of the scene after the Section 1 Class A championship game. The Tuskers were more than capable of winning the title.
Several Marlboro players spent extra time this week watching game tape of James I. O’Neill’s offense, cramming in film sessions during free periods, after practice and on their own time.
With just over three minutes left in regulation, Valhalla coach Stephen Boyer knew that overtime wasn't on the table in the Vikings Section 1 Class B quarterfinal at Nanuet. Valhalla trailed by seven as it embarked on its final drive, but after quarterback Ralph Gonzalez engineered a 16-play, 84-yard drive, the Vikings went for two and the win.
Pleasantville battled back from a first-half deficit, and sophomore quarterback Jack Howe kicked the game-winning field goal in the final seconds to lead the Panthers to a 38-35 win over unbeaten Westlake.