NORTHEAST FOOTBALL CONFERENCE
Sept. 21, 2019 - No. 6 Lackawanna defeated ASA Miami in a game postponed due to Hurricane Dorian while ASA won 35-6 at Navy Prep. No. 11 Monroe scored 63 first-half points Sunday against the Delaware Valley JV in the Mustangs' 70-0 victory. Here is a quick look at the results:No. 6 Lackawanna 40, ASA Miami 25
SCRANTON, Pennsylvania - Lackawanna extended the NJCAA's longest win streak with a 40-25 win over ASA Miami Saturday at Scranton Memorial Stadium. The Falcons have now won 15 consecutive games, starting with a 41-34 win over No. 11 Georgia Military College, Nov. 12, 2017.
Lackawanna quarterback Matt Cavallaro completed 19-of-29 passes 276 yards and five touchdowns. Cavallaro threw two scoring tosses to Norval Black of 43 and 47 yards, respectively; two more touchdowns of 52 and 15 yards, respectively, to Tylon Papallo and a seven yarder to Kareem Hall.
On defense, Lackawanna recorded seven sacks, two each by Gianni Gamble and Greg Rose and one by Tyler Long, Teron Haley and Robert Kennedy. The Falcons' Mike Crawford, Kevin DeShields and Kennedy each intercepted a pass.
Lackawanna hosts Erie Community College at 1 p.m. Sept. 28.ASA 35, Navy Prep 6
NEWPORT, Rhode Island - ASA improved to 3-1 with the 35-6 win over Navy Prep. ASA's Kaedin Robinson caught five passes for 105 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Avengers. Stephon Rucker-Carroll added 116 rushing yards and a score. Tyrell Jackson completed 10-of-16 passes for 136 yards and two touchdown tosses.
Robby Love led ASA with 12 total tackles. Lorenzo Hernandez recorded three quarterback sacks.
The Avengers are scheduled to play the New Jersey Warriors in Jackson, New Jersey, Sept. 28.Monroe 70, Delaware Valley JV 0
DOYLESTOWN, Pennsylvania - Sept. 22 - No. 11 Monroe scored seven first quarter touchdowns on its way to a 70-0 win over the Delaware Valley JV Sunday. Quarterback Dominique Shoffner completed 10-of-13 passes for 225 yards and two touchdowns.
The Mustangs did most of their damage on the ground, rushing for 253 yards and seven scores. Marquise Cooper finished with seven carries for 78 yards and two scores, including touchdowns of three and 36 yards. Clayton Scott rushed five times for 42 yards and two early touchdowns.
Jevin Frett caught six passes for 114 yards and two touchdowns. He scored Monroe's first of the day, a 30-yard strike from Shoffner, and capped his day with a 17-yard score from Shoffner.
The Mustangs will play at former NEFC Member Louisburg Sept. 28.