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Brockport's senior night spoiled

Updated: Oct 24

By: Rezon Jackson

BROCKPORT, N.Y --- Brockport Blue Devils quarterback Mason Scott in his fourth career start, threw for over 150 yards with one touchdown. He also had two interceptions to tag along. Brockport fell 34-7 on senior night.


"Offensively we put some drives together and it was good to score right there at the end of the half. You know, we're going to build on that. We have a young quarterback, and he is a second-string quarterback. He's only a freshman. So, you know we're going to work on the positives. We got to put drives together and not shoot ourselves in the foot defensively. We have to execute plays. We have to get stronger on the defensive line. You know, we got to be able to hold on," said coach Scott Nugent.


Mason Scott gets it done, not just in the air but on the ground. Scott racked up over 35 yards on the ground as well. Brockport Blue Devil running back Brayden Scaccia had one clutch touchdown catch right before half-time.


Canandaigua Academy got it rolling early in the first quarter against the Blue Devils. Canandaigua's quarterback Drew Williamee threw a deep pass for the first touchdown of the game with 10:56 left in the first quarter. Canandaigua's running back Trey Comella ran it in the end-zone to increase the lead to 14-0 with 5:15 left in the first quarter. The Blue Devil offense weren't able to move the football consistently at the start of the game.

Photo credit: Rezon Jackson

Brockport Blue Devils quarterback Mason Scott threw an interception to start off the second quarter. It ended up being a costly turnover. Canandaigua Academy scored again and upped the score 21-0 early in the second quarter. The Blue Devils continued to struggle on offensive and just couldn't get the football moving. Drew Williamee threw a 20-yard dart straight up the middle to Dominic Gullace to put the score to 28-0 with 0:43 remaining in the second quarter.


The Blue Devils drove the football down field after Canandaigua got two costly pass interference calls. This set up one more play before half-time. Mason Scott threw a 20-yards bullet to split the middle to his running back Brayden Scaccia for a touchdown. The Blue Devils got on the board at halftime. The score stood at 28-7.

QB Drew Williamee throws it to running back Trey Comella for the touchdown. Photo credit: Rezon Jackson

To start the third quarter, both teams was stagnant. Both defenses getting stops to force three and outs. Canandaigua offense turned up the heat late in third quarter. Drew Williamee on play action, throws a 15-yard connection to his running back Dominic Gullace to up the score to 34-7 Canandaigua misses extra point with 3:06 remaining in the third quarter. The Blue Devils weren't able to score to end the third quarter.


Mason Scott threw his second interception of the game early in the fourth quarter with 11:30 remaining. The Blue Devil offense weren't able to come up with a scoring drive. The game ended 34-7. The Brockport Blue Devils had multiple moments when the offense had momentum to score. The fire would start, then go out. The Blue Devils just could not stay in rhythm.


"We got to execute better on offense. Our offensive line has to step up and start blocking people. I mean, there were only sending a three-man rush, so that's not good. You know we got five, six guys to block three and we're not blocking them. It has to be addressed. We've struggled with that all year. We have to execute better. Some missed tackles and some areas where we're not good in our coverage. So, we got to fix that in the second level with the linebackers," said coach Scott Nugent.


Canandaigua's last regular season game was against Brockport. Brockport Blue Devils falls to 1-6 on the season. The Blue Devils ends up winless for home games this season. Blue Devils will go away for the last game of their season to play against Greece Arcadia on October 20th at 6 p.m.

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