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Dobbs Overwhelms Croton-Harmon, 39-16

October 24, 2005

The 2005 edition of the Croton-Harmon football team has come to an end with a quarterfinal round playoff loss to perennial power Dobbs Ferry on Saturday by a score of 39-16. Dobbs, the top ranked team in the state, had built up a 21-0 lead by halftime and never looked back. The young Croton Tigers perhaps made a statement about next year by rallying for 16 fourth quarter points in the losing effort on a one yard run by Eric Berger and a TD pass from Berger to Chris Perez.

Dobbs offense was too much for the Tigers by racking up 320 total yards, including 291 on the ground. Croton, who has averaged 212 yards per game in league play, managed just 121 yards total offense. Next up for Dobbs in the sectional playoffs is a very tough Bronxville team.

Croton-Harmon can now look forward to next season when they return nearly two thirds of their roster. Congratulations to all players for an outstanding season and a never give-up attitude. Good luck to all the seniors who will be graduating this spring, we’ll see you at homecoming 2006!

On November 1, 2008 11:43 PM, Tom Moore said:

November 1, 2008

Croton shocks, bounces Dobbs Ferry

DOBBS FERRY — Croton-Harmon upset top-seeded Dobbs Ferry 22-21 today, snapping the Eagles’ 69-game win streak vs. Section 1 teams.

The victory earns Croton-Harmon a spot in the Class C sectional final next weekend against Westlake at Mahopac High School.

Dobbs Ferry’s run of seven straight sectional titles is now history along with the streak.

The Tigers’ Matt Tralli hauled in a 32-yard touchdown pass from Nick Mainiero with 1:32 remaining to pull Croton-Harmon to within 21-20. The Tigers elected to go for the 2-point conversion and Mainiero hit Joe Tralli in the end zone to put Croton-Harmon up 22-21 with 1:25 left.

Joe Tralli then picked off a third-and-10 pass at the Tigers’ 7 with 32 seconds remaining to seal the victory.

For scoring updates on today’s sectional semifinals, visit the Gameday Central blog at http://gamedaycentral.lohudblogs.com.

For more high school football coverage, visit the LoHud.com/kickoff page at http://lohud.com/kickoff.

For a photo gallery, visit http://jukebox.lohud.com/photos/refers/index.php?gallery=Croton%20at%20Dobbs%2011-01-08

Go Tigers !!!!!!!

On October 25, 2008 8:01 PM, Tom Moore said:

(Class C quarterfinals) Croton Vs Bronxville today at Spencer Field, 10/25/2008

Croton 35 Bronxville 20

Next Stop in the playoffs, down to Dobbs Ferry for another playoff game.

Stay tuned for the time.

http://www.maxpreps.com/new-york/sports/croton-harmon-(croton-on-hudson)/schedule.aspx?schoolid=efdcc747-395c-4cbc-89e0-47c4a163773a&ssid=2f36027d-d6f6-4509-aba9-adad5cc85b5e&urpath=,print

The above is a very good link for the full story about Croton Football 2008 team.

On October 6, 2008 4:40 PM, Tom Moore said:

Maxpreps - Croton-Harmon vs. Hastings Game Stats

Game Summary New York High School Football - Hastings knocked off by Croton-Harmon

(October 4, 2008:

Croton on Hudson, NY 10520)

Croton-Harmon Tigers (Croton on Hudson, NY) followers were in high spirits Saturday as they observed their football squad thwart the visiting Hastings Yellow Jackets (Hastings on Hudson, NY), 35-12 in a league battle.

The Tigers now possess a 4-1 record. They play next when they travel to Haldane for a Section 1 C/D - League A battle on Saturday, October 11 130pm game time. . Croton-Harmon will play a Blue Devils squad coming off a 48-22 league win over Pawling (Pawling, NY). The Blue Devils record now stands at 4-1.

Come out to Haldane to root the Football team on !!!

The booster club is still looking for new members, please go to Croton Harmon Booster Club: Go Croton Tigers! and sign up today.

The booster club web site will have all the info on up coming Home coming events.

Tom M Sr.



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