JAMESTOWN, NEW YORK (WNY NEWS NOW) – Even with a nearly one hour lightning delay, the Jamestown Red Raiders would fall to the Lancaster Legends 41-21 Friday evening at Strider Field.
With the loss, Jamestown falls to 5-1 on the season and Lancaster improves to 5-1.
Lancaster drove down field on their first possession of the game after a 3 and out by Jamestown, capped off by a touchdown run by Lancaster’s Jayden Colon.
Lancaster would lead 7-0 at the end of 1 quarter.
Jamestown’s first score of the game came at the 8:10 mark in the second quarter with a touchdown pass from QB Jack Carlson to receiver Carson Panebianco.
Lancaster would answer right back a minute later with a touchdown run by Chris Gill.
After nearly an hour rain and lightning delay, Lancaster would come back onto the field and score an immediate touchdown but miss the 2 point conversion attempt.
Coming out of halftime, Lancaster continued to do damage in which Jamestown had no answers for as the Legends would go on to score on their next 3 possessions within 4 minutes of the 3rd quarter. After 3 quarters, Lancaster would hold a commanding 41-7 lead.
Jamestown would score at the 9:42 minute mark in the 4th quarter on a touchdown run by Cole Bloomquist. The 2-point conversion would fail.
Jamestown would get one more touchdown at the 5:11 mark of the 4th quarter with a successful 2 point conversion.
Jamestown will have another tough test next Friday as they host undefeated Bennett.
Bennett is 6-0 on the season after defeating Frontier 48-7 on Thursday night.