Gloversville Football defeats Green Tech thanks to a strong first half

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  • The Huskies added a 1-yard touchdown jump from Kyle Robaret after Greentec got on the board thanks to a 61-yard touchdown run from Isaac Sylvain. Gloversville extended the Huskies’ lead to 25-8 with Jano scoring the first of two field goals in the second quarter after scoring a safety on Green Tech’s first possession in the second quarter. Defensively his lineman Devonsisco caught his ball loose in the air and carried it into his zone at the end where he carried it two yards. Perez snapped a 25-yard streak, his second touchdown of the game, in the third quarter when the penalty was met, extending the Huskies’ lead to 42–8 in the fourth quarter.

  • The Gloversville Huskies failed to score on a single offensive play in the first half as they defeated Green Tech 42-24 in class B football action at Husky Field’s Robert E. Gould Stadium on Friday night. The Huskies (2-0) opened with him receiving the kickoff and Leo Pérez finished his 58-yard drive with a 23-yard touchdown on his run. The Gloversville defense kept the Eagles at bay, ending their second drive with a 13-yard touchdown pass from Sheeran Porter to Logan Orthout. Jordan Jano added an extra point midway through the first quarter to take a 13-0 lead.

Isaac Sylvain added 69 and 25 touchdown runs for the Eagles last quarter to level the final score at 42-24 in favor of Gloversville. Sylvain finished the night rushing for 216 yards on 13 carries and three touchdowns.
Perez led Gloversville’s rushing game with 72 yards on seven carries and two touchdowns, while Robare added a touchdown on 43 yards and seven carries. Porter finished the second game as Gloversville started quarterback for 133 yards with a 7-of-16 touchdown passing performance. Gloversville will bet on their season-opening two-game winning streak next Friday when the Huskies host Lansingburg at 7 p.m.