Day and Boarding; Grades 6-12


Aidan Prestigiacomo helped Pennington get off to a perfect start as he threw a 58-yard pass to Tyler Bock. The Red Hawks then converted the 2-point try to go up 8-0. The final score of the impressive win by Pennington was 35-13.

Prestigiacomo went six for thirteen totaling 120 total yards, and threw a touchdown pass while Keon Kenner carried the ball 21 times and amassed 132 yards, with one touchdown.

Prestigiacomo also carried the ball eleven times for 148 yards and three rushing touchdowns.  Tyler Bock caught five passes for 103 yards and scored the Red Hawks opening touchdown.

JT Shamsey added a 17-yard reception to the Red Hawks offensive push.

Pennington's defense was led by Tyler Bock's seven sacks. Brody Bock helped to set the tone early with two crushing tackles for losses. Tyler Bock, Ben Clabbers, Tommy Surtz, and Tyler Bright all had four tackles each. Jack Fermo, Aidan Petolillo, and JT Shamsey each chipped in three tackles. These individual efforts were upheld by a stifling team defense and multiple tackles by 3, 4, or even 5 Red Hawk defenders.

Dorian Kelsey also had a sack, Ty Bock forced three fumbles, and Aidan Petolillo forced one fumble.

Destine Evans intercepted a pass.

The Red Hawks return to the gridiron on Saturday, October 8 when they head to George School for a 2:30 p.m. kick off.