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Greenjackets Hall Of Fame Inductees Class of 2013
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Tony “T-Bone” Green
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2013 Team Award Winners
Most Dedicated – Jake Wilde
Mike Randall “Iron Man” Award – Kevin Caradonna
Offensive Rookie of the Year – Alex Conover
Defensive Rookie of the Year – Corey Foster
Defensive Lineman of the Year – Jordan Brand
Offensive Lineman of the Year – Tim Hammond
Special Teams Player of the Year – David Boodman
Most Improved Player – Andrew Morehouse
ComeBack Player of the Year – Tony “T-Bone” Green
Hammer’s 12th Man Award – Ben Pelton
Alumni Award – Pat Burke
Board of Directors Appreciation Award – Bob Frye
Defensive MVP – Ed Byrnes
Offensive MVP – Brendan Frye
Team MVP – Raquan Sanders
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2013 Season Ending Team Meeting
EFL DEFENSIVE MVP RAQUAN SANDERS
PLATTSBURGH — Scott Aguglia told his team from the outset, ‘you’ve got to be in the Empire Football League (EFL) championship game to win it.’
Aguglia’s defense responded, surrendering 217 yards of total offense, as the Plattsburgh North Stars defeated the Glens Falls Greenjackets 28-20 in an EFL semifinal contest Saturday.
“Coach (Dave) Hackett had a great scheme he put together this week,” Aguglia said. “The guys bought in, and they executed very well (Saturday). So the credit goes to him and the guys for executing.”
After touchdowns by DJ Barber, Ken Karnley and Chris Fish, the North Stars (9-2) maintained a 21-6 halftime lead.
Plattsburgh’s offense, though, became stagnant in the third quarter.
The North Stars could only muster nine yards of offense as the two teams exchanged possession on five occasions.
“I can’t really put my finger on it, and I won’t be able to until I see the film,” Aguglia said. “I think we just had a few weird things happen. I think a couple times, we may have tried to audible to something that we thought was there and ended up not being there. I think penalties also played a factor in slowing down some of our drives.”
Greenjackets (4-7) quarterback Brendan Frye registered 107 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries, but was unable to beat Plattsburgh through the air.
Frye finished 9-for-30 with 51 yards, one touchdown and three interceptions. Greg Archer, Dave Staley and Kevin Jordan each recorded a sack for the North Stars.
“That was a big part of coach Hackett’s scheme — was to make them beat us on the ground,” Aguglia said. “We went over all the pass patterns they ran against us in the last game we played. We really keyed in on (wide receiver) Alec Conover.”
Conover finished the game with two catches for 13 yards.
Glens Falls cut Plattsburgh’s lead to eight points when Frye scored on a one-yard plunge at 12:38. Needing a successful two-point conversion to make it a one-possession game, Frye reached the end zone on a quarterback sneak.
The Greenjackets were able to recover the ensuing onside kick, setting up camp at their own 48-yard line with 2:11 remaining in the fourth quarter.
Eight plays later, Frye was picked off for the third and final time by Craig Livsey at the North Stars’ 40-yard line.
Plattsburgh quarterback Harry Rascoe completed 8-of-15 pass attempts for 132 yards, two touchdowns and one interception.
Former Morehead State University defensive back Dexter Geohagan recorded three receptions for 58 yards, while totaling two interceptions on defense.
Josh Nephew and Elijah Parks combined for 12 carries, 114 yards and two touchdowns on the ground.
With the Syracuse Shock defeating the North East Pennsylvania Miners in the second of two semifinal games 33-14, Plattsburgh will host the EFL championship game at the Plattsburgh High Athletic Complex for 7 p.m. Saturday.
The North Stars defeated the Shock 38-18 in Plattsburgh July 27 before falling on the road in Syracuse Aug. 24, 50-27.
“It’s going to be one physical, hard-hitting EFL championship football game,” Aguglia said. “They are a run-first team. They’ve got two really good running backs, and they’re going to force us to stop their run. Hopefully, we’ll be up to the task.”
Plattsburgh dropped last year’s EFL championship game to Monroe County at home, 38-22.
“I’m happy to be going back to the championship,” Aguglia said. “Hopefully, we can get it done.”
Plattsburgh 28, Glens Falls 20
Glens Falls 0 6 0 14 — 20
Plattsburgh 7 14 0 7 — 28
P- Barber 22 pass from Rascoe (Barber kick), 6:07.
P- Karnley 1 run (Barber kick), 0:05.
GF- Frye 1 run (kick failed), 4:33.
P- Fish 6 pass from Rascoe (Barber kick), 12:52.
GF- Boodman 8 pass from Frye (pass failed), 6:47.
P- Nephew 3 run (Barber kick), 9:10.
GF- Frye 1 run (Frye run), 12:38.
P- Nephew 5-58, 2TD; Parks 7-56; Karnley 6-22, TD; Barber 1-8; Rascoe 2-(-1). Totals: 26-143, 3TD.
GF- Frye 10-107, 2TD; Caradonna 10-37; No. 21 7-21; Straight 1-3; Conover 1-(-2). Totals: 29-166, 2TD.
P- Rascoe 8-15-1-132, 2TD.
GF- Frye 9-30-3-51, TD.
P- Geohagan 3-58; Fish 4-52, TD; Barber 1-22, TD.
GF- Boodman 3-24, TD; No. 8 2-21; Wilde 1-11; Caradonna 1-11; Conover 2-13.
P- Geohagan 2, Livsey.
GF- No. 5.
P- Staley 2, Archer 2, Jordan.
JACKETS TO PLAY IN EFL SEMIFINALS
The Glens Falls Greenjackets face the Plattsburgh North Stars Saturday at 7 p.m. at Plattsburgh High School in the Empire Football League Eastern Division finals.
These two teams last faced off Sept. 14, as Plattsburgh got the 26-24 win.
The Jackets (4-6) had a first-round bye Sept. 28 when Vermont had to forfeit due to lack of numbers.
The winner of Saturday’s game will face the winner of the Western Division, either Syracuse or North East Pennsylvania, in the championship game Oct. 12.
Empire Football League 2013 Playoffs -
Greenajackets @ Platts. Northstars on Oct. 5th Kickoff 7pm Plattsburgh High School ( *Greenjackets were awarded a Bye in 1st round due to Vermont’s Lack of numbers due to Injuries )
Western Division -
#1 NEPA 1st Round Bye plays winner of Syracuse/Watertown Watertown Red & Black @ Syracuse Shock on 9/28 Kickoff 7pm
Greenjackets Fall to EFL League Leader NEPA Miners by the score 30-0 ( 9/21/13)
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JACKETS COME UP SHORT vs. PLATTSBURGH
By Laura Owens – Post Star
GLENS FALLS – The Glens Falls Greenjackets fell 26-24 to the Plattsburgh North Stars on Saturday night in an Empire League Football game plagued with penalties and mistakes. “Dropped balls, penalties, not scoring on fourth and goal from the half-yard line, that really hurt,” Jackets head coach Joe Buonviaggio said. “It’s always important to take a step back and look at the big picture, the final score, a lot of things we did right to keep it close. We were able to move the ball offensively with time running out and we made it a game at the very end.”
Plattsburgh (7-2) jumped on the board with two quick touchdowns, putting the Greenjackets (4-5) down early.
The Jackets responded when Bryan Bagstad got them on the board with a 38-yard field goal, and Brendan Frye followed it up with a touchdown pass to Alec Conover.
In the third quarter, the North Stars extended their lead to 20-10, and then stuffed the Jackets’ run game in a goal-line stand to preserve their lead to start the fourth quarter.
The Jackets had another offensive opportunity when Henry Pelton recovered a fumble, and Frye and Conover turned it into a 5-yard touchdown pass to make it a 20-17 game.
Greg Roberson made a lot of big plays for Plattsburgh, including a third down conversion and touchdown to extend the team’s lead to 26-17.
Frye connected for one last touchdown, this one a 16-yard dart to Jake Wilde. The onsides kick was recovered by the North Stars, and they made enough positive yardage to finish out the game victorious.
Buonviaggio said he saw good things from his quarterback in the loss.
“I thought we’ve seen with his scrambling, he gained a lot of yards on the ground running, bought time for himself, threw the ball downfield a lot better and gave us a shot,” Buonviaggio. “We had a really good shot of winning the game.”
Conover, with his two touchdown receptions, also stood out to Buonviaggio.
“That kid’s got a lot of talent, and it shows,” Buonviaggio said.
Next week, the Jackets travel to Scranton to play the North East PA Miners to end the regular season.
Greenjackets Roll to Win vs. Vermont Ice Storm
by: Jeff Hodges
The Glens Falls Greenjackets notched an EFL Victory 34-0 on Saturday over the Vermont Ice Storm at East Field. Quarterback Brenden Frye went 10-22 for 139 yards throwing for 2 TD’s while rushing for 63 yards and 1 TD. Alec Conover had a breakout game catching 4 balls for 86 yards and a TD and David Boodman garnered 27 yards and a TD receiving. Christian Napoletano paved the rushing attack notching 69 yards and a TD while Kevin Caradonna gained 40 yards on the ground. The team had a balanced offensive attack gaining 172 yards on the ground and 139 yards in the air. Defensively, Raquan Sanders had a monster game recording a Fumble Recovery for a TD, a Safety, and 9 total tackles. Long time veteran Tony Green recorded 6 tackles, Andrew Morehouse notched an INT., and Casey Marviglio recorded a Fumble Recovery and a Sack pacing a defense that put up a shutout.
Greenjackets return to action vs. Vermont Ice Storm
For having taken over after the season started, Glens Falls Greenjackets head coach Joe Buonviaggio couldn’t have designed the schedule better himself.
The Greenjackets are coming off a welcome two-week break, but get back to Empire Football League play with a home game against the Vermont Ice Storm at 7 p.m. Saturday at East Field.
The two open dates helped the team recover from injuries and gave the players more time to adapt to Buonviaggio’s changes. The fact that this week’s opponent is the same Vermont team that the Greenjackets (2-4, 2-4) defeated 39-8 on Aug. 3 also helps.
“We counted seven players that didn’t play in our last game against North East PA,” Buonviaggio said. “They’ll all be back (Saturday). It’s also perfect timing to play a team that we pretty much handled the first time. It sets us up for the weeks to come.”
The Greenjackets lost 46-0 to the North East PA Miners on Aug. 17. Brendan Frye, in a replacement role, completed six of 16 passes for 60 yards. Running back Andrew Morehouse (61 yards rushing) and tight end Jake Wilde also played well.
The regular season is drawing to a close. The Greenjackets host Plattsburgh on Sept. 14 in the final home game of the year before traveling to play North East PA on Sept. 21.
“I had to start setting a foundation and get it solidified,” Buonviaggio said of his transition to coach. “If you ask me, ‘Is it now?’ I would say yes. I’m looking forward to the next few weeks. I feel very confident in the team
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Jackets fall to Miners
A reshuffled lineup, including a rebuilt linebacking corps, didn’t help against the Empire Football League’s top team, the North East PA Miners, who rolled to a 46-0 victory over the Jackets at East Field on Saturday night.
The loss dropped the Jackets to 2-4 in the league, while first-place NEPA improved to 5-0. The Jackets, with two open dates coming up, don’t take the field again until Sept. 7.
“They’re close to Syracuse … you’re looking at the same kind of team,” Jackets head coach Joe Buonviaggio said of the Miners. “They jumped out early, and we have a lot of injuries that hurt us as far as substitution. We lost our fullback, Kevin Caradonna, on our second play; T-Bone (Tony Green) got hurt after a little while …”
Green, the longtime veteran, started at quarterback, but he was also playing linebacker and was injured in the first half. Brendan Frye, the former Warrensburg standout who had started the first few games, took over under center in the second half and was one of few bright spots on a difficult evening.
Frye completed six of 16 passes for 60 yards, mostly to tight end Jake Wilde. Andrew Morehouse led Glens Falls with 61 rushing yards.
“I liked what (Frye) did with our offense in the second half — moving the ball a little bit, scrambling, hitting people out of his scramble, finding people,” Buonviaggio said. “It’s not easy to do, so I was pleased with that.”
The Miners, from Scranton, Pa., opened a 20-0 first-half lead, then scored twice in the final minute of the half on a punt return and fumble return for a 33-0 halftime lead. J.P. Antosh passed for three touchdowns, two to Brandon Decker, and the Miners also scored on an interception return.
“That was bang-bang — now you’re in a worse hole than you were,” Buonviaggio said. “That hurts.”
The Jackets are looking forward to their Sept. 7 home game against the Vermont Ice Storm, the team they already beat this year. They host Plattsburgh the following week.
“We beat them, so hopefully the Vermont game builds our confidence to play Plattsburgh at home,” Frye said. “It’s a rebuilding year, we have a lot of young guys.”
“That’ll be the turning point for us,” Buonviaggio said. “We play two consecutive home games, one more road game, then the playoffs. We match up well against Plattsburgh; I know they smoked us last time, but I think we match up better than that. For me, you never lose sight of doing the basics … get back to basics and play football, that’s all you can do. There’s no magic formula.”
NEPA Miners (5-0, 6-1) 14 19 7 6 — 46
Greenjackets (1-4, 1-4) 0 0 0 0 — 0
NE — Rene 11 pass from Antosh (DiSabatino run), 9:08
NE — Decker 63 pass from Antosh (run failed), 6:25
NE — Infante 36 interception return (kick failed), 13:03
NE — Buckner 31 punt return (kick failed), :41
NE — Elgin 35 fumble return (kick failed), :26
NE — Decker 50 pass from Antosh (Beatty kick), 10:20
NE — Stewart 7 pass from Beatty (kick blocked), 11:38
Greenjackets to take on League Leaders
Head coach Joe Buonviaggio connected a couple of dots in preparation for this week. After the Jackets lost to Syracuse last week for the second time this season, he noticed that NEPA defeated Syracuse in their matchup by two points. Looking at that, he’s expecting a team similar to Syracuse.
“They’ve got to be really close in compatibility with Syracuse, I’d imagine, if it was only a two-point game,” he said. “From what I’ve seen, I went on Youtube, they look pretty compatible with Syracuse. They’re big, they’re fast.”
The Miners, out of Scranton, Pa., are the team that followed the Scranton Eagles, who won 11 EFL titles but folded after the 2007 season. Taking after the Eagles, the Miners have been looking strong in their first season in the EFL. They come into Saturday’s game at 4-0 in the EFL and 5-1 overall, losing only their first game of the season to the Western Connecticut Militia.
“Their talent level is really high,” Buonviaggio said. “When you’re pulling college athletes from the area, people that didn’t make it maybe in Division I, II or III, it makes a big difference. I’m seeing a high talent level. They look very professional; the coaching staff, they look organized and ready to go.”
The two keys to success against this team is playing mistake-free and getting productivity out of the offense, Buonviaggio said.
“You go three-and-out against them, they’re going to make you pay for it,” he said. “You’ve got to go mistake-free and you’ve got to score. We got in the red zone six times (against Syracuse) and couldn’t score.”
In the game against the Shock, the offense’s problem wasn’t in understanding the game plan, but in the execution of it. Buonviaggio specifically pointed to rookie quarterback Brenden Frye.
“His eyes were a little bit big this past week,” Buonviaggio said. “It’s a growing process.”
Playoffs are six weeks away, starting Sept. 28, and the top three teams from each division go. With four games left until then, Buonviaggio figures if they can win at least two of them, they’ll make the playoffs.
“I’m not into making predictions, you’re asking me to forecast a little bit, but I could definitely see us making the playoffs,” he said. “From the game itself, you never know what could happen. I’m a half-full kind of guy.”
Greenjackets fall in home opener
The Jackets suffered a 28-7 loss to the Shock in their home opener at East Field on Saturday. It was a vast improvement from a 64-6 loss to Syracuse in their first Empire Football League game of the season, but it was still a decisive defeat.
Getting the offense on track is the main concern. Until it starts producing, the Jackets will have trouble winning games.
“Since the start of the season, we’ve got a lot of moving pieces, a lot of guys just coming on now that they’re trying to work into the system,” running back Kevin Caradonna said. “From Day 1 to now, it’s come a long way.”
The Jackets didn’t score until the waning moments of the fourth quarter. A first-quarter drive ended with a missed field goal and two second-half drives ended on downs.
“If you step back and take a look at the big picture, we were in the game,” head coach Joe Buonviaggio said. “It was 14-0 late in the third quarter. … You get a score early, it changes the momentum of the game.”
The Jackets’ leading rusher, Christain Napoletano, finished with only 36 yards. The numbers were even worse in the air, where the Jackets didn’t complete their first pass until late in the third quarter. Quarterback Brenden Frye finished 10 for 25 with an interception and was sacked five times.
“Actually, our goal was to try to pound the ball, slow the game down, and that part was effective,” Buonviaggio said. “However, there is a point where you’ve got to turn it over and start throwing the ball. I think the plan was OK, just the execution at times didn’t fit.”
Syracuse took a 14-0 lead in the second quarter, when the Jackets got off only three snaps from scrimmage. The Shock scored on a long drive that ended with Justyn Hardwick’s 1-yard plunge, recovered an onsides kick, then went down and scored again on Tyron Burke’s artsy catch in the back corner of the end zone.
The fleet-footed Hardwick scored twice in the second half.
The Greenjackets had a chance to make a game of it in the third quarter, when the passing game finally kicked in and Frye’s passes to Taron Hampton and John Brennan took them down to the 10 yard line. But the drive ended on three incomplete passes and a sack.
Syracuse 0 14 0 14 — 28
Greenjackets (2-3) 0 0 0 7 — 7
Syr — Hardwick 1 run (Hardwick run), 5:23.
Syr — Burke 2 pass from Sheard (run failed), 2:10.
Syr — Hardwick 77 run (run failed), 13:10.
Syr — Hardwick 14 run (Kinsey run), 3:36.
GJ — LeClair recovers fumble in end zone (Badstad kick), 0:10.
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Greenjackets First home Game against Syracuse Shock…
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Greenjackets move to 2-2 in EFL, Beat Vermont on Road
Burlington VT- The Glens Falls Greenjackets went on the road to defeat the Vermont Ice Storm 39-8 this past weekend. The Jackets jumped out to a 29-0 league at the Half then cruised on to victory. Quarterback Brenden Frye was 7-14 with 156 yards and 4 total Touchdowns on the night. Alec Conover had 3 receptions for 79 yards and 1 TD while Taron Hampton had 47 yards rushing and 37 yards receiving with a TD. Kevin Caradonna and Christian Napoletano both added rushing touchdowns for the Jackets. Long time Vet Tony Green recorded 10 tackles while Andrew Morehouse (6 tackles, 1 Int.) and Cory Foster (6 tackles 2 Int’s) paced the way defensively.
The Jackets look to East Field for the first time this EFL season against the Syracuse Shock for a 7PM Kickoff Saturday night. They play at home 4 out of the next 5 weeks.
Greenjackets Fall to Plattsburgh
PLATTSBURGH – The Plattsburgh North Stars jumped out to an early lead and rolled to a 64-7 victory over the Glens Falls Greenjackets in an Empire Football League game on Saturday.
Plattsburgh held a 36-0 by halftime, thanks to an effective passing game. The Jackets (0-2) were missing two of their starting safeties.
Kevin Caradonna scored the Jackets’ only touchdown on a 1-yard run in the third quarter. He rushed for 50 yards in the game.
Quarterback Brenden Frye was 6 for 18 in the air, passing for 80 yards. Eric Walkup was the leading defender for the Jackets with six tackles and a fumble recovery
Greenjackets Lose to Syracuse in Opener
On Saturday the Greenjackets traveled to Liverpool High School to take on the Syracuse Shock. With it being a Holiday Weekend the Jackets were missing some key starters on Offense and Defense going in to start. The Jackets were down 34-0 at the Half . In the 3rd Quarter the Offense opened up the play calling and Scored with a run from Brendan Frye (2 point Failed). With a little over 4 minutes remaining in the 3rd qtr, defensive back Derrick Delva while making a tackle was injured and taken to hospital with an arm injury. The game resumed and the Final score was 64-6. More to come when available…..
Greenjackets Lose to Southern Vermont Storm in Pre-Season Game
The Greenjackets Lose a close game to the Southern Vermont Storm by the score of 13-9. The Greenjackets held a 7-0 lead going into the 3rd Quarter. But the Storm score in the 3rd qtr to tie the Score 7-7. In the 4th quarter the Storm picked of Greenjackets QB Frye and ran it to the 2 yard line , to later score (XPoint attempt Failed) score at 13-7. The Greenjackets Defense held the storm later with 10 minutes remaining on their own 22 yard line and 4th and 12 ,the Greenjackets Defense blocked the punt which bounced out of the endzone for a safety making the score 13-9. The Storm later in the 4th qtr intercepted Frye again closing the game by the Final score of 13-9..
The Glens Falls Greenjackets kick off their season Saturday with a non-league home game against the Southern Vermont Storm.
The game is set for 4 p.m. at Putt LaMay Memorial Field at Glens Falls High School. General admission for the game is $5, with children 10 and under admitted free. A concession stand will be available.
The Glens Falls-based semipro football team is hoping to bounce back from a 2-8 season. The Greenjackets are coached this year by co-owner Hank Pelton, who replaced former coach Bob Fish during the offseason.
The Jackets are set to begin Empire Football League regular-season action on July 6 at the Syracuse Shock.
Pelton said the team is trying to pick up a home game for July 13 and Aug. 24, both open dates that were caused by the Montreal team taking a leave of absence from the EFL.
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Team & Hall of Fame Banquet
Recently the Greenjackets Football Team held it’s Annual Team/Hall of Fame Banquet at the Great Escape Lodge. It was a Great time by all who attended.
Congratulations to the 2012 Greenjackets Hall of Fame Inductees:
Kenny Hackett Bob Gover Dave Simon (Posthumously)
Congratulations to the 2012 EFL All-Stars for the Glens Falls Greenjackets….
Jordan Charbonneau – RB (Honorable Mention)
Kevin Caradonna – FB (2nd Team)
Michael Norman – Guard (2nd Team)
Aaron Straight – Tackle (Honorable Mention)
Ryan Marviglio- Defensive Tackle (Honorable Mention)
Raquan Sanders – Defensive End (2nd Team)
Eric Walkup – Linebacker (2nd Team)
Ed Byrnes – Defensive Back (2nd Team)
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