NORTHEAST FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
No. 9 Lackawanna had a successful road trip, knocking off No. 7 Snow, 17-6 but ASA fell 31-30 to No. 19 Georgia Military College. Here is a quick look at the results:No. 9 Lackawanna 17, No. 7 Snow 6
EPHRAIM, Utah - In a battle of two teams ranked in the NJCAA's top 10, No. 9 Lackawanna scored 17-straight points to defeat No. 7 Snow at Badger Stadium Saturday.
The Falcons (2-0) extend the NJCAA's longest active win streak to 14 games.
The Badgers opened the scoring with two first quarter field goals before Lackawanna's Cameron Ceccotti answered with one in the second quarter to bring the Falcons within three, 6-3, at halftime.
Matt Cavallaro gave the Falcons the lead with a six-yard touchdown run with 11:05 left in the third quarter. With 21 seconds remaining, Lackawanna linebacker KeShaun Moore sealed the victory with a 51-yard fumble recovery return to give the Falcons the 17-6 win.
Cavallaro completed 15 of 28 passes for 201 yards. Norval Black led the Falcons with five receptions for 129 yards.
The Falcons recorded three pass interceptions, two by DeJahn Warren. Moore recorded 11 total (5 solo/6 assists) tackles and Ja'yir Brown added 10 total (8 solo/2 assists) tackles.No. 19 Georgia Military 31, ASA 30
BROOKLYN, N.Y. - Despite three touchdown passes by Abdou Diop, ASA couldn't hold off No. 19 Georgia Military, falling 31-30 at the Aviator Sports Complex. GMC scored the game's final 21 points. ASA's Devin Dawkins added a rushing touchdown. Photo below by Michael Walker.