Madison tops Tilden in first-place battle

Going the distance: Madison quarterback Shamar Logan posted 203 yards of total offense and threw a touchdown pass in the team’s victory against Tilden on Sept. 26.
Photo by Steven Schnibbe

James Madison’s two-headed rushing attack proved too much for Tilden in a battle of unbeaten teams last Saturday.

The Golden Knights ran for a total of 409 yards in a 38–12 road victory in Public School Athletic League Bowl Conference football Sept. 26. Naahman Gumbs (167 yards) and Keenan Sylvester combined for 329 of those yards and two scores apiece. Quarterback Shamar Logan posted 203 yards of total offense and threw a touchdown pass to Gumbs for Madsion (4–0).

Jordan Woodward paced Tilden (3–1) with touchdown passes to Juan Garcia and Nimar Roach. Kyle Sutton carried the ball 13 times for 76 yards. The victory leaves Madison and Jamaica as the league’s lone undefeated teams.

Fort Hamilton 44, Boys and Girls 0: Troy Booker ran for 133 yards and three touchdowns on 10 carries for Fort Hamilton (3–1). Noah Solano and Ricardo Linton each added rushing scores. Connor Fitzsimons went 11-for-16 passing for 129 yards and a touchdown. Boys and Girls is 0–4.

Grand Street 47, New Dorp 0: Sharif Harris-Legree completed seven of 15 passes for 100 yards and touchdowns to Ahmed Bah and Kareem Davis for Grand Street (4–0). He also ran for a score. Rahmel Ashby rushed for 117 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries and Jahquese Morris added a score on the ground. Donald Gaither and Randy Lewis combined for 23 tackles.

South Shore 13, New Utrecht 6: Jason Martin went 11 of 19 passing for 140 yards and a touchdown for South Shore (4–0). He also ran for 32 yards and a score. Omar Jarrett added 38 rushing yards. New Utrecht quarterback Miquin Jenkins Davis posted 256 yards of total offense. Kevin Belgrave ran for 72 yards and a score for the Utes (2–2).

Abraham Lincoln 34, Kennedy 6: Quarterback Jordan Hannah compiled 157 yards of total offense and ran for two touchdowns for Lincoln (3–1). Dayquan Audin and Kevin Medy each added rushing scores.

Port Richmond 34, Canarsie 19: Damario Spalding went six of 12 passing for 126 yards and touchdown passes to Shawn Cabbell and Darius Lancaster for Canarsie (1–3). Devonte Malone made five tackles, including two sacks.

DeWitt Clinton 36, Brooklyn Tech 2: Michael Marcovici went seven of 24 passing for 64 yards for Brooklyn Tech (1–3). Mahoud Shabana made four tackles, including a sack.

Franklin D. Roosevelt 30, Lehman 26: Quarterback Nadir Hassan had 166 yards of total offense and four touchdowns for FDR (2–2). Rashaun Coleman carried the ball 11 times for 147 yards and a score. Re’John Williams caught two touchdown passes and Tyler Cowell hauled in one.

Xaverian 48, St. Dominic 2: Quarterback Phil DePaulis had 200 yards of total offense and four touchdowns, including a 60-yard scoring run for Xaverian (3–1). Brandon Peterson carried the ball nine times for 102 yards and two scores and also caught a touchdown pass. Angelo Spota and Vincent Finizio both added scores.

Sheepshead Bay 37, Automotive 0: Colin Smith Allen completed three of five passes for 24 yards and two touchdowns for Sheepshead Bay (2–2). Collin Smith-Aiken, Grayson Jeffrey, and Matthew Agard each found the end zone on the ground. Jamal Martin paced Automotive with 85 rushing yards and a touchdown.

Truman 20, Grady 10: Quarterback Maxene Jeudy posted 263 yards of total offense and ran for a score for Grady (2–2). Rohan Matthews caught four passes for 77 yards.

Eagle Academy II 68, Long Island City 8: Rahmell Redd rushed for 197 yards and three touchdowns for Eagle Academy II (4–0). Du Sean Barnett completed six of eight passes for 170 yards and three touchdowns, and Tisshun Williams caught three passes for 140 yards and a score. Aaron David returned a fumble for a touchdown.

Other scores:

Springfield Gardens 23, Lafayette 0

George Washington 24, Franklin K. Lane 14

Susan Wagner 46, Jefferson 0

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