Leading off today:
Andrew Howell scored two rushing touchdowns in the second half as Erasmus Hall defeated Tottenville 41-20 on Saturday to remain the only unbeaten football team in the PSAL City Conference.
Temple-bound receiver Sean Ryan had two touchdown catches for the Dutchmen.
Erasmus Hall is ranked third in Class AA and Tottenville 15th by the New York State Sportswriters Association.
Tottenville had rallied from a two-TD deficit to tie before Keion Jones connected with Ryan for a 60-yard scoring play midway through the third quarter.
More Class AA: Half Hollow Hills East scored a 13-7 upset of No. 21 West Islip with the help of Jared Trefney's 95-yard kickoff return in the first quarter and a pair of Brandon Peskin's two field goals.
Trevor Catlin had three sacks and seven tackles.
Elmont pulls upset in 'A': Michael Djalo followed his fourth-quarter interception with a 91-yard touchdown run to wrap up Elmont's 48-28 upset of 12th-ranked Mepham.
Djalo finished with 175 yards on 15 carries to go along with three touchdowns, the interception and fumble recovery.
Elmont's defense forced four turnovers and the offense was able to grind out 286 yards in 25 rushing attempts.
Class B surprise: Dylan Carey and Jack Trvdik scored fourth-quarter touchdowns as Honeoye Falls-Lima (4-4) pulled away from No. 17 Geneva in the Section 5 quarterfinals.
Monster stats for QB: Skaneateles QB Pat Hackler threw for seven touchdowns and 483 yards to beat Little Falls 48-6 in Section 3's Class C quarterfinals. Hackler was 14 of 23 and hit Nathan Wellington for scoring strikes of 70 and 71 yards.
More Class C: Bath put up 413 rushing yards en route to a 36-14 win over No. 20 Marcus Whitman.
Brandon Finch scored on a 50-yard carry on Bath's second offensive play and Connor DiDomineck (10 carries, 135 yards) tallied on a 71-yard run on the fourth play of the next possession.
DiDomineck returned the second-half kickoff 80 yards for another score on his way to 250 all-purpose yards in the contest.
• Bryce Yokel 139 yards rushing on 17 carries and Robert Stevens chipped in with 121 on 16 carries as Caledonia-Mumford/Byron-Bergen defeated No. 19 Penn Yan 27-18.
Will Rogers 20-for-34 for 293 yards for Penn Yan.
Class D: Three players from No. 6 Dolgeville surpassed 100 yards on the ground as the Blue Devils beat Sandy Creek 62-26.
Dolgeville upped its two-score lead in the third quarter with Chase Doxtader's 57-yard TD and Devin Gorinshek's 73-yard scoring carry.