Friday Night Lights: Section V's Top Football Performances 


Hilton's John DiBattisto Shines Bright 

Linebacker John DiBattisto made a stellar impact with an interception returned for a touchdown and seven tackles in Hilton's 55-12 victory over Rush-Henrietta. 

Newark/Marion's Alex Bernardi's Aerial Show 

Quarterback Alex Bernardi threw four touchdown passes, extending his season total to 10, as Newark/Marion secured a convincing 37-0 win against Mynderse Academy. 

Attica/Alexander's Bradin Allen's Precision Passing 

Bradin Allen completed 9 of 13 passes for 107 yards and led Attica/Alexander to a narrow 21-18 win over East Rochester/Gananda. 

Defensive Dominance: Letchworth/Perry/Warsaw's Andy Kelly 

Senior defensive lineman Andy Kelly made a defensive statement with nine tackles, three behind the line of scrimmage, helping his team to a 36-15 victory over Livonia. 

University Prep's Dynamic Duo: Tavion Byrd and Jaylyn Melton 

Tavion Byrd threw two touchdown passes, while Jaylyn Melton returned a punt 55 yards for a touchdown, as University Prep cruised to a 41-6 win over Edison merged. 

Hilton's Robert Lowry's Rushing Rampage 

Running back Robert Lowry powered Hilton with three rushing touchdowns and 112 yards on 12 carries in their commanding 55-12 win over Rush-Henrietta. 

Honeoye Falls-Lima's Connor Finn's Clutch Play 

Junior Connor Finn's game-saving deflection in the end zone and an interception proved pivotal in Honeoye Falls-Lima's 21-14 win over Batavia. 

Geneva's Defensive Gems: Antonio Peasante and Xavier Praylor 

Geneva's defense shone as Antonio Peasante recovered a fumble, had two quarterback sacks, and Xavier Praylor contributed with five tackles and a forced fumble, sealing a 16-0 win over Dansville/Wayland-Cohocton. 

Seventy-First Dominates South View with Relentless Defense and Deandre Nance's 5 TDs