Football August 31, 2017
Overall: (2-2) Conf: (0-0)
14
-
20
Overall: (3-1) Conf: (0-0)
1 2 3 4 Total
W 0 0 7 7 14
Y 0 7 10 3 20

Game Summary:

The Yorktown Patriots triumphed over the visiting Wilson Tigers in a close game on Thursday, 20-14.

The game began with a scoreless first quarter.

In the second quarter, The Patriots' Paul Dalzell was the first to put points on the board with a two-yard touchdown reception off a pass from quarterback William Porter.

Wilson was behind Yorktown 7-0 heading into the second half. Wilson's Anton Reed tied the score with a two-yard touchdown run. The Patriots took the lead from Wilson with a two-yard touchdown run by Tanner Wall. The Patriots scored again on Adam Luncher's 29-yard field goal.

Yorktown maintained their lead going into the fourth quarter, 17-7. The Patriots extended their lead over the Tigers on Luncher's 27-yard field goal. Wilson cut into the Patriots' lead with a three-yard touchdown run by Amir Gerald. The game ended with Yorktown defeating Wilson, 20-14.

Yorktown's top passer was Wilson, who completed 6 of 10 passes for 91 yards and one touchdown. Yorktown's top rusher was Wall, who had seven carries for 57 yards and one touchdown. The Patriots' top receiver was Wall, who had four catches for 54 yards.

Yorktown will play Wakefield High School (1-0, 0-0) on Sept. 8. Wilson will play McKinley Technical High School (0-1, 0-0) on Sept. 8.

This story may be updated if more information becomes available. It is powered by Heliograf, The Post's artificial intelligence system.

Scoring summary
Quarter School Summary
2 Yorktown Dalzell 2 pass from Porter ( Luncher kick)
3 Wilson Reed 2 run ( Gudiel kick)
3 Yorktown Wall 2 pass from Wilson ( Luncher kick)
3 Yorktown Luncher 29 field goal
4 Yorktown Luncher 27 field goal
4 Wilson Gerald 3 run ( Gudiel kick)
Rushing Leaders
No rushing stats are available for this team.
Player Att Yds TDs
Adam Luncher 15 56 -
Jacob Knight 4 6 -
Tanner Wall 7 57 -
Passing leaders
No rushing stats are available for this team.
Player Comp Att Int TD Yds.
Grant Wilson 6 10 - 1 91
William Porter 5 10 - 1 34
Receiving leaders
No rushing stats are available for this team.
Player Rec Yds TDs
Paul Dalzell 3 28 1
Davis Patterson 2 37 -
Tanner Wall 4 54 1
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