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Erasmus rallies past South Shore to keep perfect record

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Erasmus Hall remains unbeaten after it rallied to narrowly escape a major scare from South Shore.

The Dutchmen came back from 12 points down to best the visiting Vikings 14–12 in Public School Athletic League football last Sunday. Erasmus got a one-yard touchdown run from Aaron Grant in the first quarter to slim the South Shore lead to 12–7. It stayed that way until Grant hooked up Keon Gravenhise for a 10-yard touchdown in the third quarter to help make it 14–12. Grant made both of his extra points and completed 12 of 19 passes for 146 yards. Andre Francis and Tysene Foster each recorded three sacks for Erasmus (6–0).

South Shore (4–2) got on the board early thanks to Erasmus mistakes and put the league’s top team on its heels. Kendler Charles recovered the onside kick for South Shore on the opening kickoff to set up a two-yard scoring run by Timothy Bower. Later in the quarter, Omar Jarrett recovered a Grant fumble and returned it. Both two-point conversion attempts filed. Jason Martin compiled 170 yards of total offense for the Vikings.

Fort Hamilton 42, Truman 22: Sharif Legree completed eight of 17 passes for 147 yards and two touchdowns for Fort Hamilton (3–3). The junior also added 121 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries. Noah Solano carried the ball 19 times for 104 yards and two touchdowns. Juan Tejada and Mohammed Masoud each caught touchdown passes.

Abraham Lincoln 56, Sheepshead Bay 0: Paul Litvak went seven of nine passing for 195 yards and four touchdowns for Lincoln (5–1). Jordan Hannah, Justice Seales, Luis Rodriguez and Michael Tud each caught touchdown passes. Prince Klutsey, Jahmusa Haughton and Daquan Audain all scored on the ground. Sheepshead Bay is 0–6.

Boys & Girls 32, Beach Channel 0: Brandon Harding ran for 208 yards and four touchdowns on 11 carries for Boys & Girls (2–4). He also picked up a sack. Nicholas Smith had 78 yards of total offense, ran for a score and made six tackles.

Canarsie 27, Kennedy 6: Palyte Stubbs rushed for 94 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries for Canarsie (3–3). Jeffrey Killebrew completed six of 10 passes for 63 yards and a touchdown toss to Darius Lancaster. He also carried the ball four times for 57 yards and a touchdown.

Campus Magnet 18, Brooklyn Tech 16: Elijah Rueda completed 13 of 18 passes for 12 yards and a 10-yard touchdown pass to John Hemminger for Brooklyn Tech (4–2). Paul Pianin carried the ball five times for 18 yards and a touchdown.

Lafayette 36, Franklin K. Lane 30: Nair Thompson went 13-for-17 passing for 126 yards and three touchdowns, and carried the ball 12 times for 96 yards and a score for Lafayette (5–1). Isaiah Barnaby rushed for 126 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries. Mark Wallace made three catches for 47 yards and two touchdowns.

Franklin Roosevelt 40, John Adams 0: Tristin Thomas carried the ball 10 times for 186 yards and three touchdowns for Franklin Roosevelt (5–2). Rashaun Coleman added a score on the ground. Monrico Cummings picked up an interception and a fumble.

Bayside 32, Grady 20: Alex Adams went eight of 14 passing for 101 yards and a touchdown for Grady (4–2). Quincy Giles made three catches for 76 yards and a touchdown and added a rushing score. Deon Green made six tackles and returned an interception or a touchdown.

Automotive 18, Jamaica 16: Jashawn Joyner completed four of eight passes for 100 yards and two touchdowns for Automotive (1–5). Manuel Tejeda carried the ball 13 times for 61 yards and a touchdown. Christopher Caddle and Prince Clarke both caught a touchdown each.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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