Brooklyn High School football round up for Sept. 22

Ford, Lincoln, Tech, and South Shore did victory dances last weekend

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Dante Aiken rushed for 228 yards and four touchdowns for Bishop Ford on Saturday in a 46–0 win over Cardinal Spellman at Aviator Sports and Events Center. The speedy running back has compiled 375 yards and eight touchdowns in the last two games for Bishop Ford (2–0), which considers the junior a hot college prospect.

“The kid is the most underrated player in the city,” Bishop Ford coach Jim Esposito said.

Xaviah Mattocks completed 3-of-4 passes for 76 yards, including two touchdown throws to Rodney Gonzalez (three catches, 76 yards). Raquan Williams made six tackles and had a 7-yard touchdown run. Spellman is 0-3.

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Hun School (N.J.) 47
Poly Prep 28

Gregory Charles rushed 233 yards and three touchdowns for Poly Prep (2–2). He also tossed a 21-yard touchdown pass to Cameron Stapleton. Blake Searfoss tossed five touchdown passes and threw for 212 yards for New Jersey’s Hun School (1–1). Christopher Sharp had three touchdowns and 168 yards of total offense.

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Abraham Lincoln 30
Curtis 14

Javon Moore completed 6-of-11 passes for 73 yards, including a touchdown pass to Malik Andrews for Lincoln (2–1). Moore also rushed for a score. Antoine Holloman carried the ball 30 times for 144 yards and Leroy Hancle added 93 yards rushing and a touchdown. Shane Daneluzzi went 11-of-21 passing for 135 yards and a touchdown for Curtis (1–2).

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Brooklyn Tech 32
Herbert Lehman 0

James Gales rushed for 132 yards and two touchdowns for Brooklyn Tech (1–2). He also caught a 17-yard touchdown pass from Brandon Schneider. Adam Ali chipped in two interceptions and Kareem Ellis returned a kickoff 85-yards for a touchdown. Lehman is 0–3.

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New Dorp 28
Canarsie 6

Charles App threw for 99 yards and touchdown on 10-of-15 passes and rushed for 31 yards and a score for New Dorp (3–0). Hassan Sroura added two scores on the ground. Charles McRae led Canarsie (1–2) by completing 17-of 28 passed for 133 yards and run for a score on the ground.

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Dewitt Clinton 28
Fort Hamilton 7

Adrian Maldonado carried the ball 17 times for 88 yards and a touchdown and added 62 yards in the air for Fort Hamilton (0–3). Clinton is 1–2.

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South Shore 33
George Washington 0

Darrius Nichols completed 2-of-5 passed for 75 yards, including a touchdown pass to Jhamel Cohen for South Shore (3–0). Nichols also added a score on the ground. Matthew Sampson rushed for 65 yards and a score. George Washington is 0–3.

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James Madison 20
Tilden 8

Joseph Butera rushed for 43 yards and a touchdown and Corey Woods compiled 91 yards on the ground for James Madison (3–0). Erick Tinsley added two interceptions and returned one for a score. Tilden is 1–2.

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Beach Channel 28
Midood 7

Breland Archbold and Chris Reed combined to rush for 190 yards and three touchdowns for Beach Channel (1–2). Archbold also added a touchdown pass to Justin Zemser.

Joshua Gaddy rushed for 22 yards and the lone touchdown for Midwood (1–2).

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New Utrecht 14, Grand Street 8

Port Richmond 40, Sheepshead Bay 13

Reach reporter Colin MIxson at or by calling (718) 260-4514.

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