High School Play of the Week Videos Sponsored by Connors & Ferris
Week four of the high school football season is in the books. Aquinas and Pittsford set up next week's showdown with comfortable wins, while Wilson had the unenviable task of taking the field for the second time in a week, but still managed to pull out a victory against McQuaid.
Scores from Saturday, September 28:
U-Prep 36, Dundee 28
Aquinas 31, St. Joe's 21
Clyde Savannah 42, Lyons/Sodus 12
Red Jacket 37, South Seneca 8
Notre Dame 40, Elba/BB 7
Dansville 28, Bath 18
Livonia 27, Way-Co 22
Rush-Henrietta 35, Gates-Chili 21
Fairport 20, Hilton 13
Pittsford 45, Webster Thomas 7
Spencerport 13, Brockport 7
Irondequoit 20, Penfield 14 (3 OT)
Canandaigua 49, Batavia 12
Greece Olympia 24, Greece Arcadia 17
Marshall 25, Franklin 6
East 38, Edison 20
Wilson 32, McQuaid 24
Section V High School Football Photo Gallery
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|10/18||Webster Schroeder||Fairport||Webster Shroeder||TBD|
|10/19||Webster Thomas||Wilson||Webster Thomas||TBD|
|10/19||Red Jacket||Marcus Whitman||Red Jacket||TBD|
|10/19||Rush Henrietta||Pittsford||Rush Henrietta||TBD|
|10/19||Greece Athena||Irondequoit||Greece Athena||TBD|
|10/19||Greece Olympia||Batavia||Greece Olympia||TBD|
|10/19||Greece Arcadia||Brighton||Greece Arcadia||TBD|
Game Changer of the Week Sponsored byMark`s Pizzeria
Gary Brown was the epitome of the saying, "Once a Raider, Always a Raider" according to legendary Fairport Football Coach Don Santini. "He was just a one of kind. His love for Fairport and Fairport Athletics was just unbelievable."
On Sept 7th,Gary Brown lost his fight to MSA (Multiple Systems Atrophy) a very rare disease similar to Lou Gehrig's Disease.
Gary "Gator" Brown played football for Coach Santini and Fairport Football in 1975 and 1976. He was also known around town for beating his big drum at every Fairport Football and Basketball game, especially at the Little Brown Jug games vs. East Rochester.
In his later years, Gary coached Fairport Football for over ten years and made a tremendous impact in the lives of the players, fellow coaches, and even parents and fans. While the Fairport community faces another incredible loss, they are humbled and proud to have had Gary Brown be one of them for so long. Gary is survived by his beautiful wife, Mary and boys; Max, Mackenzie and Michael. RIP Gary Brown as Fairport proudly continues your tradition. Once a Raider Always a Raider.