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Sunday, May 18, 2014
Nicholas Peterson goes in for a touchdown in the second half of the Lockport Rampage charity game on Saturday versus the Jamestown Chiefs. Peterson scored twice on the day. (PHOTOS BY HEATHER N. GRIMMER / CONTRIBUTOR)


Peterson, wearing "NICALY" on his jersey, prepares for a catch and six
points. Many of the Rampage players had nicknames on their jerseys. 
Others simply said "RAMPAGE."
The Lockport Rampage was firing on all cylinders in a pre-season charity game against the Jamestown Chiefs at Outwater Park's Exchange Field Saturday night.

Rampage Head Coach James Mount was using the game to gauge player readiness for the regular season, which kicks off May 31 against the WNY Dragons.

"Everybody did exactly what they were supposed to," Mount said following the 44-0 win. That makes his job of deciding who to start in two weeks pleasantly difficult.

With two of the Rampage's six touchdowns, wide receiver Nicholas Peterson of Medina scored more than enough on his own to ensure a Lockport win. But after the game, Peterson spread the credit to everyone else, particularly the "spectacular defense," who shut down Jamestown's offense at the line of scrimmage play after play.

Despite Lockport overwhelming the Chiefs — particularly in the second half — Peterson even gave credit to the visiting team, saying they had played a solid game.

Asked what the Rampage needed going forward, team president, Roland N. Davis III, said bluntly, "fans."

"We need to build a fan base," he said. "It's gonna be a show every week."

Proceeds from Saturday night's game went to Hunter's Hope.

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