KILLINGLY — Spencer Lockwood rushed for 245 yards and five touchdowns as Killingly remained undefeated with a 49-7 victory over Trinity Catholic Saturday afternoon in a non-league football game.
The Crusaders (2-6) scored the game’s first touchdown on Sam Aldof’s 79-yard pass to John Petrizzi in the first quarter. Aldof completed 17 of 29 passes for 259 yards with Jeffrey Bivona (96 yards) and Petrizzi (82) catching four passes apiece.
Zach Caffrey added 119 yards rushing and one touchdown and Josh Montpelier caught a 12-yard touchdown pass from Luke Desaulnier for the Redmen (7-0).
TRINITY CATHOLIC 7 0 0 0—7
KILLINGLY 14 21 7 7—49
TC—John Petrizzi 79 pass Sam Aldof (David Broncati kick)
K—Spencer Lockwood 1 run (Luke Desaulnier kick)
K—Lockwood 1 run (Delsaunier kick)
K—Lockwood 16 run (Desaulnier kick)
K—Lockwood 5 run (Desaulnier kick)
K—Lockwood 32 run (Desaulnier kick)
K—Josh Montpelier 12 pass Desaulnier (Desaulnier kick)
K—Zach Caffrey 2 run (Desaulnier kick)
Records: Trinity Catholic 2-6, Killingly 7-0.
O’BRIEN TECH 18, PRINCE TECH 12
Bobby Hudak caught the winning, 21-yard touchdown pass from Jonte Roc in the fourth quarter to lift O’Brien Tech to a 18-12 victory over Prince Tech Saturday at Prince Tech.
The win gave O’Brien Tech a school-record sixth victory while handing Prince Tech its first loss of the year.
Mason Santa Maria scored on a 2-yard run and Don-Nique Davis caught a 9-yard touchdown pass from Roc in the first quarter. Prince Tech tied it at 12 in the third quarter.
Roc finished 7-of-13 passing for 85 yards and two touchdowns and two interceptions. Santa Maria ran 18 times for 63 yards and a touchdown. He also caught three passes for 32 yards.
Alex Higgins finished with 169 yards rushing on 16 attempts as Prince Tech outgained O’Brien Tech in total yards, 317-288.
O’Brien Tech 12 0 0 6 — 18
Prince Tech 6 0 6 0 — 12
OBT–Mason Santa Maria 2 Run (2p failed)
PT–Jumel Maldonado 29 Pass From Roy Acosta (2p failed)
OBT–Don-Nique Davis 9 Pass From Jonte Roc (2p failed)
PT–2 Run (2pt failed)
OBT–Bobby Hudak 21 Yd Pass From Jonte Roc (2p failed)
ABBOTT TECH 56, CHENEY TECH 15
Jordan O’Brien and Jake Payton combined for 201 yards and two touchdowns on the ground as the Abbott Tech-Immaculate football team notched its fifth win of the season, a 56-15 decision over Cheney Tech on Saturday.
Anthony Frasier scored three times — twice on the ground and a fumble recovery — for ATI, while O’Brien also scored on a fumble return. ATI churned out 327 yards on the ground and led 30-7 at the half.
CHENEY TECH7 0 8 0 — 15
ATI22 8 14 12 — 56
ATI—Jake Payton 26 run (run failed)
CT—Joshua Holman 6 pass Efren Dawson (Holman kick)
ATI—Jordan O’Brien 24 run (Anthony Frasier run)
ATI—CJ Cianflone 16 run (Matt Christe run)
ATI—O’Brien 32 yard fumble return (Christe run)
CT—Efren Dawson 50 pass to Joshua Holman (Nijzire Vanallen run)
ATI—O’Brien 31 run (Alex Fernandez pass Cianflone)
ATI—Frasier 2 run (pass failed)
ATI—Frasier 7 fumble return (run failed)
ATI—-Frasier 30 run (run failed)
Records: Abbott Tech 5-3.
OLD SAYBROOK / WESTBROOK 55, NORTH BRANFORD 25
Vincent Dyer scored four touchdowns, including an interception return as Old Saybrook/Westbrook scored 35 points in the second quarter to breeze past North Branford Friday nigh at Colfati Field.
Dyer scored on runs of 15, 15 and 32 yards during the Rams’ 35-point quarter. Victor Pascoe added three touchdowns for the Rams (7-1). North Branford fell to 4-4.
KING 24, RYE COUNTRY DAY 0
Evan Townsend Henry rushed for 135 yards while scoring two touchdowns as the King School football team posted a 24-0 road shutout over Rye Country Day Saturday.
King (7-1 overall) led 8-0 at halftime and 16-0 after three quarters.
King quarterback Renn Lints ran for the other King touchdown, had 117 yards rushing and 121 yards passing on the day. Lints also made two interceptions on defense.
King wide receiver A.J. Greene had six receptions for 86 yards in the triumph.
“It was a complete 48 minute performance,” said King’s veteran coach Dan Gouin. “We were fine in all phases of the game.”
King, the defending NEPSAC Class C champion, closes out its regular season on Saturday, November 11 by hosting St. Luke’s.
KING 0 8 8 8—24
RYE COUNTRY DAY 0 0 0 0—0
K—Evan Townsend-Henry run (LeVaughn Lewis pass Renn Lints)
K—Townsend-Henry run (Townsend-Henry run)
K—Lints run (Lints run).
Records: King 7-1.