- Waverly football dominates Adirondack, winning 49-8 in a Class C semifinal game
- Joey Tomasso, the star quarterback, briefly left the game due to a leg injury but returned to lead the Wolverines to victory
- Waverly's defense was dominant, allowing Adirondack to reach their side of the field only once in the first half
Waverly football dominated Adirondack in a 49-8 victory, securing a spot in the Class C semifinals. The Wolverines had too much power, speed, and skill, with five players scoring touchdowns. Quarterback Joey Tomasso returned after a leg injury, throwing two touchdowns and gaining 147 passing yards. Waverly’s Kolsen Keathley and Payton Fravel also made significant contributions with impressive rushing yards. Waverly’s physical defense limited Adirondack to 68 first-half yards. Up next, Waverly will face Salamanca in a state semifinal at noon on Nov. 25.
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