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WATERTOWN, NY (WWNY) – Red & Black, who hosted Auburn at the Alex T. Duffy Fairgrounds, wanted to keep their season perfect on Saturday night.

Juston Williams and Karon Jeter teamed up early in this game to set the game’s first score with a 43-yard reception.

Eric Washington takes in from 3 yards out.

Eric Balor added another point to put Red & Black in the lead 7-0.

It was Jonathan Williams who intercepted late in the first quarter. He takes it home 30 yards away. Good putts, 14-0 Watertown.

Derek Dalton and Jeremy Macia lead Watertown as the Red & Black defense rises again.

It was Jackin Salmon who intercepted and stopped Auburn’s drive.

Late in the second quarter, Chris Farr showed off his 34-yard tip drill skills, Juston Williams to Chris Farr: 21-0 Watertown.

Jackin Salmon then intercepted for Watertown’s second of the first half to set up another score.

Then it was 27-0 Red & Black from Juston Williams to Russie Whitfield nine yards out.

What about Jackin Salmon with his third interception of the first half? This takes 70 yards for a touchdown. beautiful things. Score: 34-0 Red & Black.

Salmon again with the fourth interception in the first half. Works great as a defensive back.

Watertown’s first play of the second half was a 37-yard touchdown pass play from Justin Williams to Karon Jeter: 41-0 Red & Black.

Watertown beat Auburn 41-6.

Saturday marked the kickoff of the 2022-23 high school sports season, with two regional high school football teams kicking off the 2022 fall sports season.

At Comet Field, the 2022 Carthage Comets football team held their first practice on Saturday morning.

The Comets are looking to improve their 2-4 record, which they lost to West Genesee in the quarter-final round of the Section 3 Class A Football Playoffs.

Comets coach Jason Coffman said the group put in a lot of effort in the offseason, adding that it was exciting to prepare for the season opener on September 2.

“This is different from what we are used to. As you know, this year we will be playing Week 0 games. “It’s very important to start the day this Saturday,” said Carthage. Coach Jason Coffman.

“Hey, there’s nowhere else I’d like to be. I’ve been trembling since last Monday’s meeting and wanted to hang out here, so I’m thrilled. Are there any other groups I’d like to spend the day with?” I didn’t come up with it.

Meanwhile, at Watertown High School, the Cyclones were also on the field, giving them a head start into the upcoming 2022 high school soccer season in their first official practice.

Playing a week ahead of most teams, the Cyclones traveled to Carthage on September 2 to meet the Comets in the Section 3 Class A contest.

It also marks the return of the Cyclones to Section 3 after spending the last few seasons in the Northern Athletic Conference.

Cyclones coach Kyle Lalonde is happy to be back on the field, as is Coffman.

“It’s a little bit different than it starts on Saturday. Most of the time other people start on Monday. You know, football and all the other sports. We’re here and we start on Saturday. The state has decided to allow us to start a few days early so we will be practicing here once on Saturday The kids have Sunday off and we will be back soon , I’ll get to work on Monday,” said Lalonde.

“Well, this is the real deal so far. We’re ready, it’s a nice day and it’s a little bit hot, but it’s nothing we’re not used to,” said Watertown wide receiver Sixt Quills.

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