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Thursday, August 22, 2013 at 12:10 pm

Photos: Pembroke Dragons Football practice

Today I visited the Pembroke Dragons football practice and they are really motivated for the upcoming 2013 season. 

Pembroke seniors on the football team. 

Sunday, October 28, 2012 at 6:26 pm

Pembroke takes on Holley in first Section 5 soccer playoff game

post by Rick Franclemont in highschool, Holley Hawks, Pembroke Dragons, soccer, sports

Pembroke dropped a close game in it's playoff debut 2-1 against the Holley Hawks in Holley.

 

The first Holley goal came from Tyler Chmylak with the assist by Ryan Camacho.

The second Holley goal was scored by Will Barniak assisted by Joe DeFelice.

Pembroke's lone goal was scored by Gabe Birkby, assisted by Matthew Colbert.

This was a special night for Holley's coach Dan Orbaker who recorded his 400th win.

 

More pictures from the game can be found at Francetography, here.

 

 

Monday, October 8, 2012 at 7:50 pm

Final regular season game of youth football - Pembroke hosts Oakfield

post by Rick Franclemont in football, Oakfield Titans, Pembroke Dragons, PYA, sports

The regular season was over at the end of the day. The players gave it their all and left the field either going home until next year or taking a week off in preparation for the playoffs.

 

Beginner division:

The scoring was all Oakfield today. 

1. Colton Yasses

2. Bodie Hyde

3. Colton Yasses with extra point by Jake Engle

4. Brayden Smith with two point conversion pass from Jake Engle to Colton Yasses

5. Colton Yasses with extra point by Jake Engle

6. Donovan Reese with extra point by Gianni Ferrara

 

Mini division:

In a close game, Oakfield edged out the Dragons 15 - 12.

Scoring first was Garett Totten for the Dragons.

Anthony Zambito followed for the Titans with a touchdown. Ty Kornow completed a two point conversion pass to Kameron Cusmano.

Anthony Zambito scored again putting the Titans ahead.

Pembroke came close after a goal line fumble recovery by Alec Skeet which lead to a Drake Sargent touchdown, but failed to convert the extra point.

 

JV:

Oakfield was the only team to find the end zone in this game.

1. Trevor Maier with extra point by Trevor Maier.

2. Trevor Maier with extra point by Tim Klotzbach.

3. Ty Kropelin with extra point by Collin O'Halloran

4. Collin O'Halloran with a two point conversion pass from Tim Klotzbach to Matt Gilbert.

 

Good luck to all teams in the playoffs!

 

More pictures can be found at Francletography : Here

 

 

Tuesday, October 2, 2012 at 6:53 pm

Weekend PYA Football wrap-up

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Beginner:

All the scoring came this week from Attica. Wyatt Kauffman had two touchdowns and an extra point. Adding single tallies were Eric McCormick, Nick Kurowski and Jonah Clark (Case Hill and Noah Wheeler also added extra points).

Mini:

Attica took this match 27-7.

Fist score was Clayton Compton for Attica with the extra point run in by Ayden Goll.

Second Attica touchdown was by Travis Kauffman.

Next run into the end zone was by Clayton Compton, who also threw the extra point conversion to Zachary Strzelec.

Pembroke got on the board when Drake Sargent completed a pass to Garett Totten. Sargent ran the ball in for the extra point as well.

Attica's final score of the day was a run by Ayden Goll

JV:

Attica dominated this match with all the scoring. In order of points:

1. Mitchell Cook (Extra point Mitchell Cook from Parker Wylie)

2. Kevin Durzewski (Extra point by Blake Pariso)

3. Tyler Myer (Extra point by Ed Strzelec)

4. Dawson Nelson (Extra point by John (JJ) Goodenbury)

5. Noah Stachowiak

6. Interception run back for a TD by Parker Wylie (Extra point by Logan White)

7. Trevor Gol (Extra point by Max Dufour)

Varsity:

Pembroke came out of this contest on top led by Zachary VonKramer who had all three touchdowns and an extra point. Kyle Ludwig kicked the other extra point through the uprights.

More pictures from today can be found at Francletography (www.francletography.com)

Sunday, September 23, 2012 at 9:05 pm

PYA Dragons Varsity team secures playoff spot

post by Rick Franclemont in football, Newfane Lightning, Pembroke Dragons, PYA, sports

 

Saturday was another great day for football in Pembroke.
 
 
 
For the beginners, Alden Gibson found the end-zone for the Newfane Hurricane. Scoring for Pembroke were Gavin Lawless and three touchdowns by Jacob Dulski.
 
 
 
 
In the mini division the Newfane Thunder started with a touchdown by Sam Capen, and the extra point was a two-point conversion toss from Scotty Penwright to Michael Carmer. 
 
The second Newfane TD was run in by Sam Capen.
 
Garett Totten got the Dragons on the board running it in, with the two-point conversion throw from Owen Mileham to Drake Sargent.
 
Further scoring:
 
Newfane - Zachary Snow with Extra Point by Andrew Lucinski
 
Newfane - Sam Capen
 
Newfane - Sam Capen
 
Pembroke - Owen Mileham
 
Newfane - Andrew Lucinski with extra point by Justin Robers
 
Pembroke - Garett Totten
 
 
 
The JV game had one-sided scoring by The Newfane Lightning.
 
Will Gross caught a pass from Shayne Harrington for the first TD, then repeated it for the two-point conversion.
 
Next TD was by Shayne Harrington, with the extra point by Garrett Srock.
 
The third score was Josh Everett.
 
Fourth TD was run in by Garrett Srock and the extra point by Reese Casinelli.
 
The final score was a run by Sam Kline. 
 
 
 
The Varsity game that allowed Pembroke to clinch a playoff spot was a hard-fought battle between both squads that was close and saw an exchange up until the last minute.
 
Starting the scoring was the Newfane Storm with a run by Sam O'Keefe and extra point by Robert Holmes.
 
Pembroke answered with a TD by Mike Natalzia.
 
Pembroke rolled down the field again with a long acrobatic run by Dakota Dieter, followed by an extra point by Zach VonKramer.
 
Newfane answered with a run and extra point by Robert Holmes.
 
Mike Natalzia took it down the field for the go-ahead run and Jacob Miller connected with Reed Miano for the two-point conversion.
 
Newfane rolled back with a touchdown by Robert Holmes and the two-point conversion pass from Albert Krampe to Josh Volschow.
 
Pembroke put it away with another TD run by Mike Natalzia and two-point conversion pass from Jacob Miller to Dakota Dieter.
 
 
 
 
More pictures from the game can be found at Francletography.com
Sunday, August 26, 2012 at 10:28 pm

Tri-Town football has first home game in 30 years

post by Rick Franclemont in alexander, football, Pembroke Dragons, PYA, sports, Tri-Town, trojans

Pulling into Alexander on Saturday we were greeted with the sign: "First home game in 30 years!" The Tri-town organization (http://tritowntrojans.com/) has brought back youth football -- and judging by the turn out, it is back to stay.

Four games were played against the Pembroke Dragons during the sunny and hot afternoon. There was a chicken barbecue that ran throughout the day, a concession stand with a large variety of baked goods and 50/50 raffles and a drawing for a game-worn Bills jersey.

The beginners saw Alexander scoring from Connor Scott, Mason Bump and Ricky Townley.

 

Scoring in the minis for Pembroke were: Adam Dulski (no extra point), Owen Mileham with a defensive touchdown, Garrett Totten with two TD's, and Alec Skeet adding an extra point.

The JV game saw touchdowns from Trent Smith, David Colby (2) and Jordan Brown for Pembroke.

The varsity game was a hard-fought battle between two huge teams. There was a little bit of everything in this game, which Pembroke won 20-7. The first score was Pembroke's Mike Natalzia who broke a tackle and took the ball most of the field and into the end zone. Kyle Ludwig kicked the extra point.

Second touchdown was a run by Dakota Dieter of the Dragons. The extra point kick was blocked by Zach Jasen, of Alexander. Alexander's touchdown came next, run in by Zach Jasen, and PJ Brennan added the extra point. Mike Natalzia put the game away in the fourth quarter with his second touchdown of the day. More pictures from the day can be found at Francletography.com

Sunday, August 19, 2012 at 9:55 pm

Game Day Opener - Pembroke Dragons host Batavia Bulldawgs

Saturday marked the opening of the 2012-2013 Football season for many area youth football leagues. 

We visited Pembroke to see the Dragons host the Bulldawgs.

Below is the scoring for the Bulldawgs, we are still waiting for the official names for the Dragons and will update it as it is supplied.

 

For the Bulldagws beginner squad- JaVon McFollins had 2 touchdowns & Mekhi Fortes added another.

 

For the Bulldawgs Mini Squad Zach Gilebarto scored the lone touchdown.

 

And for the Bulldawgs JV Squad Colton Dillon had 4 touchdowns & Ethan Biscaro added 2 touchdowns

 

 

 

More pictures from all four games can be found at Francletography.com

 

 

Sunday, September 11, 2011 at 9:06 pm

Youth Football Kickoff Celebration

The Newfane Lightning and Pembroke Dragons Youth Football teams participated in the largest national youth football kickoff celebration to date.

Press release from USA Football:

Youth football's largest season kickoff to take place on more than 2,000 fields with USA Football

More than 600,000 youth football players in all 50 states and Washington, D.C., will participate in the largest national youth football kickoff celebration to date on Saturday, Sept. 10.

USA Football’s National Youth Football Kickoff is part of the NFL’s Back to Football campaign.Coinciding with the NFL’s Kickoff Weekend, youth teams on more than 2,000 fields will begin their Sept. 10 games with a special red, white and blue commemorative football provided by USA Football without cost, celebrating the season’s return.

Leagues will upload photos and messages from their Saturday games on Facebook and Twitter to be shared with the entire youth football community. All social network messages and a list of participating leagues are found at www.usafootball.com/kickoff.

USA Football is the official youth football development partner of the NFL and each of its 32 teams.

Approximately 3 million children age 6-14 play youth football, placing it among the country’s most popular youth sports.

“For millions of Americans, regardless of our age, the return of football at all levels unites us in an exciting way,” said USA Football Executive Director SCOTT HALLENBECK. “That’s what Saturday is about – celebrating the kids, families and volunteers whose dedication powers this sport and uniting us through fun social networking.”

Based in Indianapolis, USA Football is the sport’s national governing body in the United States. Sixty-two (62) countries spanning six continents possess national federations of sport dedicated solely to football.

About USA Football

USA Football, the sport’s national governing body in the United States, inspires participation, and ensures a positive experience for all youth, high school, and other amateur players.The independent nonprofit hosts more than 80 football training events annually for coaches, players and youth football league commissioners. USA Football is the official youth football development partner of the NFL and its 32 teams and manages U.S. national teams for international competition. Endowed by the NFL and NFL Players Association in 2002 through the NFL Youth Football Fund, USA Football distributes $1 million annually in equipment grants and offers youth league volunteer background check subsidies. Former NFL team executive Carl Peterson is USA Football’s chairman.

 

More pictures from the ceremony and the game can be found here

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