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Varsity vs Sleepy Hollow HS on 10/11/2013 7:00:00 PM
Posted Sunday, October 13, 2013 by lohud staff
 
Rye's Andrew Livingston (14) looks for an open receiver against Sleepy Hollow during a boys football game at Rye High School Oct. 11, 2013. ( Frank Becerra Jr / The Journal News )
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Rye's Andrew Livingston, 14, threw for six touchdowns on just eight completions vs. Sleepy Hollow. / Frank Becerra Jr./The Journal News
 

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RYE — As they left for the march from the field house to Nugent Stadium, Rye’s players learned a not-so-insignificant fact: Sleepy Hollow was without star quarterback Devin Lopez. Suddenly, this matchup of unbeatens Friday night took an odd turn.

“You could say that kind of calmed us down a little bit,” Rye senior Jay Little said. “Maybe we didn’t come out and play as well as we should because we knew he wasn’t in the game.”

After a slow first half against a short-handed team, the Garnets found their spark. Junior quarterback Andrew Livingston threw four of his six touchdowns in the second half as Rye rolled, 43-18.

The Garnets (6-0) clinched the top seed in the Class A playoffs out of their league. Livingston finished 8 for 15 for 282 yards and no interceptions. He connected twice apiece for scores with Little, fellow senior Chris Santangelo and junior Tim DeGraw, including touchdowns to Santangelo and DeGraw on his only two completions of the half. They staked Rye to a 14-6 halftime lead over the Headless Horsemen (5-1).

Livingston then hit on 6 of 8 in the second half for 155 yards and the four touchdowns. DeGraw finished with four catches for 123 yards, and Santangelo caught a pair for 105 yards.

“Our receivers just did a great job,” Livingston said. “They were getting past the coverage. Our linemen were blocking. It was just easy money right there.”

Junior Joey Good started at quarterback in place of Lopez and finished 10 for 20 for 158 yards. Rye sacked him three times early, but Good connected on touchdowns to Daniel Chevere and Peter Jelenek.

Sleepy Hollow coach Steve Borys said Lopez saw a doctor but was not cleared after suffering a left shoulder injury last week against Beacon. His status for next Saturday’s rivalry game against Ossining remains uncertain.

Rye will play its rivalry game at Harrison that morning. The Huskies were likely knocked out of the playoffs with their loss to Yorktown Friday.

“Every year, both teams come to play,” Livingston said. “We can’t just assume it’s going to be easy. We have to go in there as focused as we’ve ever been.”

Rye's Andrew Livingston (14) looks for an open receiver against Sleepy Hollow during a boys football game at Rye High School Oct. 11, 2013. ( Frank Becerra Jr / The Journal News )
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Rye's Andrew Livingston, 14, threw for six touchdowns on just eight completions vs. Sleepy Hollow. / Frank Becerra Jr./The Journal News
 

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RYE — As they left for the march from the field house to Nugent Stadium, Rye’s players learned a not-so-insignificant fact: Sleepy Hollow was without star quarterback Devin Lopez. Suddenly, this matchup of unbeatens Friday night took an odd turn.

“You could say that kind of calmed us down a little bit,” Rye senior Jay Little said. “Maybe we didn’t come out and play as well as we should because we knew he wasn’t in the game.”

After a slow first half against a short-handed team, the Garnets found their spark. Junior quarterback Andrew Livingston threw four of his six touchdowns in the second half as Rye rolled, 43-18.

The Garnets (6-0) clinched the top seed in the Class A playoffs out of their league. Livingston finished 8 for 15 for 282 yards and no interceptions. He connected twice apiece for scores with Little, fellow senior Chris Santangelo and junior Tim DeGraw, including touchdowns to Santangelo and DeGraw on his only two completions of the half. They staked Rye to a 14-6 halftime lead over the Headless Horsemen (5-1).

Livingston then hit on 6 of 8 in the second half for 155 yards and the four touchdowns. DeGraw finished with four catches for 123 yards, and Santangelo caught a pair for 105 yards.

“Our receivers just did a great job,” Livingston said. “They were getting past the coverage. Our linemen were blocking. It was just easy money right there.”

Junior Joey Good started at quarterback in place of Lopez and finished 10 for 20 for 158 yards. Rye sacked him three times early, but Good connected on touchdowns to Daniel Chevere and Peter Jelenek.

Sleepy Hollow coach Steve Borys said Lopez saw a doctor but was not cleared after suffering a left shoulder injury last week against Beacon. His status for next Saturday’s rivalry game against Ossining remains uncertain.

Rye will play its rivalry game at Harrison that morning. The Huskies were likely knocked out of the playoffs with their loss to Yorktown Friday.

“Every year, both teams come to play,” Livingston said. “We can’t just assume it’s going to be easy. We have to go in there as focused as we’ve ever been.”

Rye's Andrew Livingston (14) looks for an open receiver against Sleepy Hollow during a boys football game at Rye High School Oct. 11, 2013. ( Frank Becerra Jr / The Journal News )
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Rye's Andrew Livingston, 14, threw for six touchdowns on just eight completions vs. Sleepy Hollow. / Frank Becerra Jr./The Journal News
 

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RYE — As they left for the march from the field house to Nugent Stadium, Rye’s players learned a not-so-insignificant fact: Sleepy Hollow was without star quarterback Devin Lopez. Suddenly, this matchup of unbeatens Friday night took an odd turn.

“You could say that kind of calmed us down a little bit,” Rye senior Jay Little said. “Maybe we didn’t come out and play as well as we should because we knew he wasn’t in the game.”

After a slow first half against a short-handed team, the Garnets found their spark. Junior quarterback Andrew Livingston threw four of his six touchdowns in the second half as Rye rolled, 43-18.

The Garnets (6-0) clinched the top seed in the Class A playoffs out of their league. Livingston finished 8 for 15 for 282 yards and no interceptions. He connected twice apiece for scores with Little, fellow senior Chris Santangelo and junior Tim DeGraw, including touchdowns to Santangelo and DeGraw on his only two completions of the half. They staked Rye to a 14-6 halftime lead over the Headless Horsemen (5-1).

Livingston then hit on 6 of 8 in the second half for 155 yards and the four touchdowns. DeGraw finished with four catches for 123 yards, and Santangelo caught a pair for 105 yards.

“Our receivers just did a great job,” Livingston said. “They were getting past the coverage. Our linemen were blocking. It was just easy money right there.”

Junior Joey Good started at quarterback in place of Lopez and finished 10 for 20 for 158 yards. Rye sacked him three times early, but Good connected on touchdowns to Daniel Chevere and Peter Jelenek.

Sleepy Hollow coach Steve Borys said Lopez saw a doctor but was not cleared after suffering a left shoulder injury last week against Beacon. His status for next Saturday’s rivalry game against Ossining remains uncertain.

Rye will play its rivalry game at Harrison that morning. The Huskies were likely knocked out of the playoffs with their loss to Yorktown Friday.

“Every year, both teams come to play,” Livingston said. “We can’t just assume it’s going to be easy. We have to go in there as focused as we’ve ever been.”

Rye's Andrew Livingston (14) looks for an open receiver against Sleepy Hollow during a boys football game at Rye High School Oct. 11, 2013. ( Frank Becerra Jr / The Journal News )
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Frank Becerra Jr./The Journal News
 
Rye's Andrew Livingston, 14, threw for six touchdowns on just eight completions vs. Sleepy Hollow. / Frank Becerra Jr./The Journal News
 

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RYE — As they left for the march from the field house to Nugent Stadium, Rye’s players learned a not-so-insignificant fact: Sleepy Hollow was without star quarterback Devin Lopez. Suddenly, this matchup of unbeatens Friday night took an odd turn.

“You could say that kind of calmed us down a little bit,” Rye senior Jay Little said. “Maybe we didn’t come out and play as well as we should because we knew he wasn’t in the game.”

After a slow first half against a short-handed team, the Garnets found their spark. Junior quarterback Andrew Livingston threw four of his six touchdowns in the second half as Rye rolled, 43-18.

The Garnets (6-0) clinched the top seed in the Class A playoffs out of their league. Livingston finished 8 for 15 for 282 yards and no interceptions. He connected twice apiece for scores with Little, fellow senior Chris Santangelo and junior Tim DeGraw, including touchdowns to Santangelo and DeGraw on his only two completions of the half. They staked Rye to a 14-6 halftime lead over the Headless Horsemen (5-1).

Livingston then hit on 6 of 8 in the second half for 155 yards and the four touchdowns. DeGraw finished with four catches for 123 yards, and Santangelo caught a pair for 105 yards.

“Our receivers just did a great job,” Livingston said. “They were getting past the coverage. Our linemen were blocking. It was just easy money right there.”

Junior Joey Good started at quarterback in place of Lopez and finished 10 for 20 for 158 yards. Rye sacked him three times early, but Good connected on touchdowns to Daniel Chevere and Peter Jelenek.

Sleepy Hollow coach Steve Borys said Lopez saw a doctor but was not cleared after suffering a left shoulder injury last week against Beacon. His status for next Saturday’s rivalry game against Ossining remains uncertain.

Rye will play its rivalry game at Harrison that morning. The Huskies were likely knocked out of the playoffs with their loss to Yorktown Friday.

“Every year, both teams come to play,” Livingston said. “We can’t just assume it’s going to be easy. We have to go in there as focused as we’ve ever been.”

Rye's Andrew Livingston (14) looks for an open receiver against Sleepy Hollow during a boys football game at Rye High School Oct. 11, 2013. ( Frank Becerra Jr / The Journal News )
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Frank Becerra Jr./The Journal News
 
Rye's Andrew Livingston, 14, threw for six touchdowns on just eight completions vs. Sleepy Hollow. / Frank Becerra Jr./The Journal News
 

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RYE — As they left for the march from the field house to Nugent Stadium, Rye’s players learned a not-so-insignificant fact: Sleepy Hollow was without star quarterback Devin Lopez. Suddenly, this matchup of unbeatens Friday night took an odd turn.

“You could say that kind of calmed us down a little bit,” Rye senior Jay Little said. “Maybe we didn’t come out and play as well as we should because we knew he wasn’t in the game.”

After a slow first half against a short-handed team, the Garnets found their spark. Junior quarterback Andrew Livingston threw four of his six touchdowns in the second half as Rye rolled, 43-18.

The Garnets (6-0) clinched the top seed in the Class A playoffs out of their league. Livingston finished 8 for 15 for 282 yards and no interceptions. He connected twice apiece for scores with Little, fellow senior Chris Santangelo and junior Tim DeGraw, including touchdowns to Santangelo and DeGraw on his only two completions of the half. They staked Rye to a 14-6 halftime lead over the Headless Horsemen (5-1).

Livingston then hit on 6 of 8 in the second half for 155 yards and the four touchdowns. DeGraw finished with four catches for 123 yards, and Santangelo caught a pair for 105 yards.

“Our receivers just did a great job,” Livingston said. “They were getting past the coverage. Our linemen were blocking. It was just easy money right there.”

Junior Joey Good started at quarterback in place of Lopez and finished 10 for 20 for 158 yards. Rye sacked him three times early, but Good connected on touchdowns to Daniel Chevere and Peter Jelenek.

Sleepy Hollow coach Steve Borys said Lopez saw a doctor but was not cleared after suffering a left shoulder injury last week against Beacon. His status for next Saturday’s rivalry game against Ossining remains uncertain.

Rye will play its rivalry game at Harrison that morning. The Huskies were likely knocked out of the playoffs with their loss to Yorktown Friday.

“Every year, both teams come to play,” Livingston said. “We can’t just assume it’s going to be easy. We have to go in there as focused as we’ve ever been.”

Rye's Andrew Livingston (14) looks for an open receiver against Sleepy Hollow during a boys football game at Rye High School Oct. 11, 2013. ( Frank Becerra Jr / The Journal News )
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Frank Becerra Jr./The Journal News
 
Rye's Andrew Livingston, 14, threw for six touchdowns on just eight completions vs. Sleepy Hollow. / Frank Becerra Jr./The Journal News
 

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RYE — As they left for the march from the field house to Nugent Stadium, Rye’s players learned a not-so-insignificant fact: Sleepy Hollow was without star quarterback Devin Lopez. Suddenly, this matchup of unbeatens Friday night took an odd turn.

“You could say that kind of calmed us down a little bit,” Rye senior Jay Little said. “Maybe we didn’t come out and play as well as we should because we knew he wasn’t in the game.”

After a slow first half against a short-handed team, the Garnets found their spark. Junior quarterback Andrew Livingston threw four of his six touchdowns in the second half as Rye rolled, 43-18.

The Garnets (6-0) clinched the top seed in the Class A playoffs out of their league. Livingston finished 8 for 15 for 282 yards and no interceptions. He connected twice apiece for scores with Little, fellow senior Chris Santangelo and junior Tim DeGraw, including touchdowns to Santangelo and DeGraw on his only two completions of the half. They staked Rye to a 14-6 halftime lead over the Headless Horsemen (5-1).

Livingston then hit on 6 of 8 in the second half for 155 yards and the four touchdowns. DeGraw finished with four catches for 123 yards, and Santangelo caught a pair for 105 yards.

“Our receivers just did a great job,” Livingston said. “They were getting past the coverage. Our linemen were blocking. It was just easy money right there.”

Junior Joey Good started at quarterback in place of Lopez and finished 10 for 20 for 158 yards. Rye sacked him three times early, but Good connected on touchdowns to Daniel Chevere and Peter Jelenek.

Sleepy Hollow coach Steve Borys said Lopez saw a doctor but was not cleared after suffering a left shoulder injury last week against Beacon. His status for next Saturday’s rivalry game against Ossining remains uncertain.

Rye will play its rivalry game at Harrison that morning. The Huskies were likely knocked out of the playoffs with their loss to Yorktown Friday.

“Every year, both teams come to play,” Livingston said. “We can’t just assume it’s going to be easy. We have to go in there as focused as we’ve ever been.”

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