Al Dockery threw four touchdowns, including the winner on a 27-yard strike to Zaahir Woody with eight seconds left as the Roy C. Ketcham football team edged North Rockland High School, 30-26, on Saturday.
“Ketcham hadn’t beaten North Rockland in over 30 years,” Indians coach Bryan Hogan said. “That’s an outstanding win for our school.”
Dockery completed 21 of 32 passes for 288 yards to lead Ketcham (4-4). Zaahir Woody had 10 receptions for 159 yards and a touchdown, and Aiden Folster had four catches for 73 yards and a score, and added an interception in the fourth quarter.
Tim Reilly had four receptions, two of which were touchdowns, and Tai-Sean Dodd ran for 86 yards on 14 carries.
“We started the game strong,” Hogan said. “We then went into a lull, but in the fourth quarter we really picked it up, and the last drive was amazing to say the least. It was all very surreal. To be able to do that over a strong team was great.”
The Indians will face an opponent to be determined next week.
Pawling 33, Tri-Valley 14 — David Bellucci threw a touchdown and rushed for another to lead visiting Pawling on Saturday.
Joe Curry ran for two touchdowns, Billy Pizzolongo had a touchdown reception, and Brian Hernandez scored a touchdown on the ground.
“They surprised me,” Pawling coach Jason Kuhlmann said of his team’s performance. “We came out strong. It was 26-0 at halftime, and they played hard. They’ve been playing hard game after game.”
Pawling (3-3) visits Roscoe at 1:30 p.m. Saturday.
Sullivan West 42, Haldane 18 — Brandon Twoguns ran for 142 yards and three touchdowns for host Haldane in the loss.
Safety Stephen Junjulas made seven tackles and linebacker Sam Giachinta had six stops for the Blue Devils (2-5).
Haldane faces Tuckahoe in the Class D sectional final at Pace University at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
“We play a tough schedule and competed against a lot of Class C teams, and that helped prepare us to play for a sectional championship,” Haldane coach Ryan McConville said. “We’re excited for this opportunity and we’re gonna prepare well and play hard.”
Walter Panas 19, Beacon 17 — John Janos threw for 110 yards and a touchdown and Kishuan Bell totaled 98 yards, including 55 receiving, for host Beacon late Friday. Forever Williams also had 55 receiving yards.
The Bulldogs led 17-0 at halftime before Panas rallied. “(Walter Panas) controlled the second half of the game,” Beacon coach Brian Mahon said. “We had trouble stopping them. That was pretty much it.”
Beacon finished the regular season 1-7. “It’s disappointing,” Mahon said. “But looking back, we knew what our issues were going to be with depth. We lost some guys on the way and it just kind of caught up with us.”