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Lackawanna, Monroe stay unbeaten

Sept. 28, 2019 - No. 6 Lackawanna and No. 9 Monroe recorded convincing wins to stay unbeaten while ASA handily defeated the New Jersey Warriors. Here is a quick look at the results:

No. 6 Lackawanna 83, Erie 0

SCRANTON, Pennsylvania - No. 6 Lackawanna ran for seven touchdowns and 389 yards in its 83-0 win over Erie at Scranton Memorial Stadium. The Falcons (4-0) have now won 16 consecutive games, starting with a 41-34 win over No. 11 Georgia Military College, Nov. 12, 2017.

Marques DeShields had two rushing touchdowns and finished with a game-high 169 rushing yards. Quarterback Matt Cavallaro, the NJCAA Offensive Player of the Week, ran for one touchdown and threw for two others.

Defensively, Lackawanna held Erie to 27 rushing yards and 58 passing yards while recording five sacks and two interceptions. Dwayne Grantham recovered an Erie fumble for a touchdown and Robert Kennedy had a 70-yard pass interception return for a score.

The Falcons will play at ASA Oct. 5 in the Northeast Football Conference opener for both programs.

No. 9 Monroe 44, Louisburg 7
LOUISBURG, North Carolina - No. 9 Monroe opened a 24-0 lead and never looked back in its 44-7 win over Louisburg College.

Quarterback Dominique Shoffner threw three touchdown passes as the Mustangs improved to 4-0.

The Mustangs' defense intercepted three passed and Charles Amankwaa returned one 30 yards for a first-quarter touchdown. Monroe recorded 12 tackles for loss.

Jevin Frett caught touchdown passes of xx and 37 yards for scores. Frett finished with three receptions for 91 yards. Clayton Scott ran for two touchdowns and 83 yards.

The Mustangs play Valley Forge Military College Oct. 5 at Joseph F. Fosina Field in New Rochelle, New York.

ASA 98, New Jersey Warriors 9
ASA improved to 4-1 with the 98-9 win over the New Jersey Warriors. The Avengers, who set the school record for scoring, scored on the game's first play and didn't stop as they scored 49 first-quarter points. ASA scored three defensive touchdowns in the first half and added a blocked kick touchdown. The Avengers ran for 442 yards.