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The Bluestone Stays In Susquehanna

By: Tim Higgins/Senior Writer

The Susquehanna Sabers varsity football team took the Battle of the Bluestone once again.

Under the Friday night lights on September 2, 2022, Susquehanna prevailed securing a 35-14 win over the Montrose Meteors.

The Sabers started the scoring with 1:20 left in the first quarter when quarterback Colton Stone connected with Cooper Payne to make it a 7-0 ballgame.

Stone kept the ball rolling in the second quarter, finding Payne and JJ Rosa in the endzone for his second and third touchdowns of the night, making the score 21-0 going into halftime.

The Meteors threatened a comeback when Gus Brown ran for a touchdown with Kaden Bomboy converting the two-point attempt. Wyatt Nabywaniec also ran for a touchdown with 1:30 remaining in the third quarter, making it a 21-14 game.

This threat ended quickly when Stone threw his fourth touchdown of the game to JJ Rosa with 0:17 in the third quarter.

Susquehanna capped off the scoring with a Kaleb Shimer fumble recovery touchdown early in the fourth quarter. The Sabers defense would shutdown the Meteors offense for the remainder of the game, ending in a 35-14 win for the Sabers.

Colton Stone ended with four touchdown passes along with 198-passing yards

When asked how it felt to win the Battle of the Bluestone once again, Colton Stone replied, “You know it’s amazing, we have had it for awhile now and want to keep it for as long as high school football at Susquehanna is around.”

“2-0 is great to start the season and we can’t stop here. We have to keep going strong and working as hard as possible every rep.”

Susquehanna will visit the Dunmore Bucks on Friday, September 9th at 7:00pm. They will seek revenge from last year’s playoff matchup.

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Timothy Higgins
Timothy Higgins
Timothy Higgins is a senior at Blue Ridge High School. He enjoys playing baseball, basketball, and hanging out with friends. Tim plans to attend King's College to play baseball and pursue his major, Business Management.
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