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Unkind end to season for ConVal squad

  • The ConVal football team traveled to WIndham on Saturday. Staff photo by Ben Conant—

  • ConVal’s Scott Stanley breaks a Windham tackle during his final game on Saturday. Staff photo by Ben Conant

  • The ConVal football team traveled to WIndham on Saturday. Staff photo by Ben Conant—

  • The ConVal football team traveled to WIndham on Saturday. Staff photo by Ben Conant—

  • The ConVal football team traveled to WIndham on Saturday. Staff photo by Ben Conant—

  • The ConVal football team traveled to WIndham on Saturday. Staff photo by Ben Conant—

  • The ConVal football team traveled to WIndham on Saturday. Staff photo by Ben Conant—

  • The ConVal football team traveled to WIndham on Saturday. Staff photo by Ben Conant—

  • The ConVal football team traveled to WIndham on Saturday. Staff photo by Ben Conant—



Monanock Ledger-Transcript
Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Windham is like that infuriating Madden opponent you just can’t beat. They go for onsides kicks almost every kickoff and go for two when they’re up by 34. You’d expect them to go for it on every fourth down, too — if they ever faced one, that is.

There weren’t many fourth downs to be seen for the Jaguars on Saturday, as they sent ConVal home for the season with a 47-7 rout.

It was 41-7 Windham at the end of the first quarter, as the Jaguars and their seemingly endless roster sent wave after wave of attack at the Cougars.

Scott Stanley (18 rushes, 49 yards) scored ConVal’s lone touchdown on a four-yard scamper in the first quarter. Erich Clark also caught an early touchdown, but his score was incorrectly called back for illegal touching. Clark had gone out of bound before returning to the field of play and catching the pass, but the ball was tipped by a Windham defender and thus the penalty should not have applied.

Keenan Wilson went 5-29 for 95 yards and scrambled for 68 more.

Dan Curran had six tackles, three for loss, in his final game. Curran did not miss a single play due to injury in his four-year career.

Jake Phillips (eight tackles) and Zach Obuchowski had a sack apiece.

Andrew Stockwell (five tackles) recovered a fumble and Nick Lee recovered two of his own. ConVal finished the season at 4-4.