Dunmore Gets Revenge, Stays Perfect
Dunmore got revenge from last year’s playoff loss to Riverside by shutting out the Vikings, 28-0. The Bucks also finish the regular season with a perfect 10-0 record.
Running back Austin Seamon ran the ball 15 times for 175 yards and a score. Dunmore’s other featured back Daiqwon Buckley passed the goal line twice as he gained 40 markers on the ground. Bucks’ quarterback Jordan Dempsey only needed to throw the ball three times. Dunmore’s defense held Riverside’s offense to an unofficial 154 total yards.
Riverside’s signal caller Nicholas Dranchak was picked off four times as he completed nine of 22 for 67 stripes.
The Vikings fall to 6-4 after three straight wins since falling to Western Wayne on October 7.
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