To preserve these articles as they originally appeared, The Times does not alter, edit or update them. Occasionally the digitization process introduces transcription errors or other problems. John Miele has been head varsity football coach at Valley Stream North High School for 25 years, and yesterday he completed his first undefeated season on the frozen field at C.
Post College in Brookville.
There were mixed emotions attached, however. The record for the Spartans reads Oyster Bay, which lost its final regular-season game, , to Locust Valley, finished with a record. It was the first championship for Valley Stream North, even though it was shared with Oyster Bay, since The Baymen last won a football title in The boys were disappointed.
They expected to win.
The game was anti-climactic. It was Thanksgiving fun. I thought we'd be able to move the ball. We made a few mistakes and coming off our first loss last week, it was hard to bounce back emotionally.
North reached the Oyster Bay 34 and the 25 in the first quarter and the Baymen 33 in the second. Oyster Bay's deepest penetration in the first half was to the North 37 in the second period. In the third period, a yard pass from the Oyster Bay quarterback Chris Kelly to Keith Mullin, a yard holding penalty on North and two short running plays brought the ball to the Valley Stream 24, but Robert MacK night intercepted a pass on the 21 and ran it back to the North Another North threat went by the boards at the opening of the fourth period.
A quarterback sneak gave North a first down on the 26, but an offensive pass interference call and a quarterback sack pushed the ball back to the North There was a bit of excitement with 50 seconds left to play when Chris Witteck intercepted a pass for North and brought it back to the Oyster Bay 28, but moments later a Mancini pass was interecepted by David Halesworth, and the teams were forced to accept a stalemate.
Peter Wolke scored two touchdowns for East Meadow, on runs of 15 and 8 yards, and Bill Pennachio passed 23 yards to Bill Van Houten for another and scored on a 7-yard run. Pete Mayeski of East Meadow rushed for yards on 15 carries, including a 7-yard touchdown run.
The Uniondale touchdown was scored by Donald Humphrey on a yard run. The Wantagh touchdowns were scored by Gregg Schwab, on a yard run with a pass interception, and by Wade Richter, who was on the receiving end of a yard pass play from Mike Migliari.
Scott Andrews scored for Seaford on a 1-yard run.
Agnes of Rockville Centre. His touchdowns came on runs of 3, 1 and 4 yards as he rushed for yards on 27 carries. Kyle Waithe scored for St. Agnes on a yard run. Jose Graziano gave Holy Cross a lead in the opening period on a yard touchdown run, but John Adams rallied to take an lead in the second period on Glenn Kimbrough's 3-yard touchdown dash and his 2-point conversion run.
Alonzo Calderon put Holy Cross back on top later in the period with a yard field goal, and Graziano sealed the game in the final period with a yard touchdown run. Graziano rushed for yards on nine carries as his teammate Lance Theobald gained yards on 21 carries.
Michael, , on Jimmy Spring's 1-yard quarterback sneak in the second period. The touchdown highlighted a play, yard drive after Tom Batis recovered a Hayes fumble on the Mount St. Michael John Morales, the No.
Hayes meets Canarsie in the Metro Bowl on Dec. Christ the King beat Franklin K. Lane, , led by Reggie Polite's yard touchdown run, a yard scoring pass from Vinnie Rosetti to Dan Fannon and Jim Minore's 5-yard touchdown run.
Francis Prep defeated Brooklyn Tech, , with all of the scoring limited to the third period. Mike DeLuca scored on a yard run, and John Sirrocco tackled a Tech defensive back for a safety when the runner attempted to run an intercepted pass out of the end zone and failed.
Sam Galloway scored four touchdowns as Xavier outlasted Fordham Prep,