Binghamton Slips By U.E
The Patriots of Binghamton High Scholl had a game under the lights on October 25 as they hosted the Tigers of Union-Endicott High School. Binghamton was looking to move to 500 on the season while UE was looking for a road victory for their second win of the season.
The Tigers got a 35 yd field goal at the end of the first quarter by Quinlan Ingraham giving them the early 3-0 lead. Nick Faber followed up with a 13-yard run for a touchdown. Christian Abbadessa with the converted PAT made it a 10-0 lead for Union-Endicott.
Binghamton responded with a 27-yard run for Mose Hill Jr that was taken to the house. The extra-point kick from Ryan Bonsell was good. The score was 10-7 with three minutes remaining in the first half. UE would get the final points of the first half on a field goal from 41-yards by Ingraham. UE led 13-7 at halftime.
Coming out of the break, Dontae Crevling from the five-yard line carried it into the endzone. The kick was good to give Binghamton its first lead of the night. Hill on the five-yard run tallied another score for the Patriots. Bonsell was good for the point after to make it 21-13.
Faber on the two-yard run for UE was able to punch it in. Tigers elected to go for the 2-PT conversion but were unsuccessful. 21-19 Binghamton remained on top. The Patriots would increase their lead with Colbie Young from 20-yards out on the reception in triple coverage to tally another six points. The kick was good to extend the lead to 28-19 in favor of the home team.
Cole Rivell from the four-yard line helped cut into the lead. The extra point was converted to bring UE to within two points. On their final possession of the game, the Tigers attempted a 52-yard field goal. This kick came up short to allow Binghamton to hold on by a final score of 28-26. This improves the Patriots record to 4-4 overall while Union-Endicott drops to 1-7.