Section V Regional Gridiron Wrap: Aquinas wins in dominating fashion and returns to the semifinals; Leach’s historic night gives Batavia a trip to the semifinals

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Learn how your comment data is processed. Connect on Linked in Print This Post Aquinas and Batavia are the only two teams from Section V that remain in contention for a state title.Aquinas moves on to play Cicero-North Syracuse at Union-Endicott High School on Saturday Nov. 17, at 7 p.m. Batavia moves into the semifinals to play Skaneateles at Union-Endicott High School on Saturday Nov. 17, at 3 p.m.All stories from the Far West Regional matchups can be read here. Stories by Paul Liotti.Class AAAQUINAS 39LANCASTER 7Aquinas senior Caron Robinson, mustered 11 carries for 250 yards and had two touchdowns. Ruben Torres had 19 carries for 100 yards and scored three times to lead Aquinas in a win over Lancaster. READ MORE.Robinson scores his 2nd TD of the game. From 14 yards. Third PAT blocked. Irish up 25-0 with 4;59 Left in thr third. @nysswa @PickinSplinters @NYSPHSAA @AQ_football @SectionVFB @Wheyen3 pic.twitter.com/WosOE109wN— boomersoonerptl (@boomersoonerptl) November 10, 2018Aidan McLellan (right) and James Jones (4) open up a huge hole for Caron Robinson (7) as he gains some of his 250 yards Saturday afternoon against Lancaster in the Class AA Far West Regional. Aquinas won 39-7. (Photo: PAUL LIOTTI)Class AIRONDEQUOIT 8WEST SENECA EAST 15Irondequoit’s undefeated season comes to an end in the Far West Regional. Jaden Turner led the Eagles with 20 carries for 90 yards. Freddy June Jr. added 22 carries for 64 yards. Ryan DeRosa had 4 carries for 28 yards. In the end, there wasn’t an heroic last-second drive. There was no miracle finish. READ MORE.IQ massive rush sacks Dolac forces a fumble. Eagles at 26 going in. DeRosa 15 yard run. June takes it the last yard to score. June adds the conversion. 8-0 IQ with 1:28 left in the first @PickinSplinters @SectionVFB @WIEagles @NYSPHSAA @nysswa pic.twitter.com/fsf8YQlAZ3— boomersoonerptl (@boomersoonerptl) November 10, 2018Jaden Taylor (5) found very little room to maneuver against a stout Trojan defense Friday night. (Photo: PAUL LIOTTI)Class BBATAVIA 56CHEEKTOWAGA 28Batavia continues its dominant run in the playoffs with an historic night from running back Ray Leach, who broke multiple records in a single night. READ MORE.Leach is a load to bring down. 68 yards in 3 plays all in his legs. 3:50 left. 14-0 Batavia. Leach at 135 yards on 7 carries. @PickinSplinters @BHSScores @SectionVFB @nysswa @NYSPHSAA pic.twitter.com/YuOwn3k1qs— boomersoonerptl (@boomersoonerptl) November 10, 2018Class CLETCHWORTH/WARSAW 6CLEVELAND HILL 54Letchworth/Warsaw’s offense was held to only 78 yards of offense on the night and were outmatched in all aspects of the game. READ MORE.After recovering a fumble. Letsaw rolls and standera takes it over from 1 yard out @PickinSplinters @SectionVFB pic.twitter.com/nzhqFJUrnf— boomersoonerptl (@boomersoonerptl) November 9, 2018Letsaw’s Dalton English is hauled down by a host of Cleveland Hill defenders on a snowy night in the Class C Far West Regional Friday night. Cleveland Hill won 54-6. (Photo: PAUL LIOTTI)Class DALEXANDER 6CLYMER/SHERMAN/PANAMA 29A battle between Clymer-Sherman-Panama (No. 1 NYSSWA) and Alexander (No. 2 NYSSWA) ends with No. 1 coming out on top as CSP held Alexander to 189 yards of total offense.READ MORE.Alexander D rises up at the right time. Forces a turnover on downs. Still 8-0 with 1:54 left in the half. @PickinSplinters @NYSPHSAA @AQ_football @nysswa @SectionVFB pic.twitter.com/3SQKMMUkWd— boomersoonerptl (@boomersoonerptl) November 10, 2018Alexander quarterback Dylan Busch releases a pass downfield as the Clymer-Sherman-Panama defenders close in during the Class D Far West Regional Saturday. CSP won 29-6. 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