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Wednesday, June 10, 2015
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The Lockport Rampage had a dominant victory over the visiting Jamestown Chiefs Saturday at Exchange Field.

The win improves the semi-pro team to 2-0 in NFA play. The offense, defense, and special teams all put up points on the way to a 52-0 win. The contest also raised awareness for ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease), and the team raised over $200 in donations for Ben Fuller, who has ALS. Ben is the cousin of Rampage wide receiver Gary LeFrois and served as the honorary captain for the game.

The Rampage offense scored six touchdowns and averaged almost 8.5 yards per play. Quarterback Mario Granatta finished the day going 7 of 14 for 143 yards and three touchdowns. Nick Peterson had 47 yards receiving on a pair of catches and Reggie Seawrite added a long 38-yard reception. Wide receiver Darrel Keith had two catches for 12 yards, both of which ended in the end zone. And on a night meant to honor his cousin, LeFrois did not disappoint.  He had a big 38-yard catch for a touchdown, eluding multiple defenders on his way to the end zone. On the ground, Derrick Adams lead the way with 72 yards on six rushes, an impressive 12 yards per run. Tewaine Panell added 42 yards on seven carries and a touchdown. Kodel Jones scored a TD on a 2-yard run, and fullback Morris Johnson punched in a TD from 4 yards out.

The defense notched their second shutout of the year, and limited the Chiefs to 41 yards of net offense. Linebacker Cliff McDowell again lead the attack, finishing with with tackles — four of them solo, one tackle for loss, and a QB sack. Linebacker Tom Covey added eight tackles, a tackle for loss, a half a sack, and a fumble recovery. Covey also intercepted a pass on the 3-yard line during a goal line stand and returned it 67 yards. Strong safety Dewayne Reddick added five tackles, a pair of pass deflections, and returned an interception 32 yards. Jeremy “Downtown” Brown also returned an intercepted pass 25 yards for his first touchdown of the night.

Reddick and Brown were also active on special teams with Reddick returning a punt 34 yards, and Brown bringing one punt back 53 yards for his second touchdown of the night. The kickoff team was also on the field a lot, and kicker Adrian Dobbs averaged almost 50 yards per kick. A number of Rampage players were very active in the return game, including safety Jamarius Cooper (four tackles, two solo), defensive end Joe Drake (three tackles), safety Wendell Darrel (four tackles), wide receiver James Howard (two tackles, one solo), and tight ened Kyle Thurston (three tackles, two solo).

Saturday Lockport will be traveling to Pembroke to take on the Hamburg Hornets.



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