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John Sivori
Capt. John Sivori
Sean Drier
Capt. Sean Drier
2001 Falcons
 
DATE DAY/TIME OPPONENT FIELD RESULTS
Sept. 8 Sat 1pm Sheapshead Bay Wagner L 20-28
After a slow defensive start and a final drive that stopped 2 yards short of the endzone, the Falcons dropped the season opener. QB Kasey Nunez ran for 132 yds, inlcuding a 37 yd TD run. He also completed 11 passes for 115 yds, connecting with Harrison Tindall on TD receptions of 16 & 6 yds. Tindall finished with 6 catches for 70 yds.
 
Sept. 22 Sat 12pm Bayside Bayside W 20-12 OT
The Falcons notched the first win of 2001 as Mike Nunez hooked up with Anthony Vergoglimo on a 2yd TD pass in OT. Harrison Tindall scored 2 TDs, one on a 35 yd run and another on a 31 yd reception from Nunez. On defense, Sal Porcaro notched his first interception.
 
Sept. 29 Sat 1pm Madison Wagner W 50-13
Wagner posted another win as the Falcons erupted for 30 second half points and amassed 476 total yds for the game. Kasey Nunez was 13-16 for for 249 yds. Harrison Tindall caught 7 passes for 151 yds- 3 of them for TDs going for 31, 26 & 19 yds. Tim Kelson rushed for 141 yds and 2 TDs and Constance Richardson added an 18 yd TD run. Sal Porcaro had 2 interceptions and Kareem Moon had one INT, plus 64 yds receiving on 3 catches.
 
Oct. 6 Sat 1pm Lincoln Wagner W 38-0
The Falcon Defense threw their first shutout, while the Offense jumped out early, scoring 32 points in the 1st half. Tim Kelson ran for 138 yds and 3 TDs and Harrison Tindall caught 4 passes for 93 yds and 2TDs, one coming on a pass from WR Kareem Moon. The Defense, led by linemen Nick Schirripa, Brandon Campbell, Mike Richardson and Richard Titus, did not allow Lincoln to cross the 50 yd line or record a first down the entire 1st half. Tindall added an interception.
 
Oct. 14 Sun 1pm Port Richmond Wagner W 32-8
The Falcon Offense was ustoppable- scoring the first 4 times they touched the ball and jumping out to a 20-0 lead by halftime. Kasey Nunez had a great game, completing 12 of 13 passes for 172 yds, including a 35 yd TD pass to Harrison Tindall. Tindall finished with 3 catches for 68 yds. Tim Kelson rushed for 111 yds and TD, while Nunez rushed for another score. The defense was led by Brandon Campbell, who had a sack and had a few stops for losses. Varney Freeman had a 39 yd fumble return for a TD.
 
Oct. 20 Sat 7:30pm Kennedy Kennedy W 40-6
Kasey Nunez led the offense again connecting on 11-16 passes for 198 yds- mostly all coming in the first half and rushing for 65 yds and 1 TD. Nunez hit Harrison Tindall for 2 scores on passes of 44 and 36 yds. Tindall finished with 6 catches for 123 yds. WR Kareem Moon scored on a 62 yd run and on a 21 yd pass from Nunez. The Falcon Defense had another great game. They didn't allow Kennedy to cross mid-field until their last drive. Pat Costello and Gary Boos both recovered fumbles.
 
Oct. 27 Sat. 1pm Tottenville Wagner W 42-6
The Falcons posted another win in impressive fashion. Tim Kelson ran for 93 yds and 2 TDs. Harrison Tindall had 2 TDs, one coming on an amazing catch in the back of the endzone and the other on a 44 yd punt return. Constance Richardson added 60 yds rushing on just 4 carries. Nick Schirripa and Kareem Moon both had interceptions.
 
Nov. 4 Sun 1pm Curtis Wagner W 24-0
The Falcons dominated both sides of the ball to win their 14th Island Championship in the last 16 years. Kasey Nunez was 9/13 for 222 yds, 3 TDs. Kareem Moon grabbed 3 of those passes for 92 yds and 2 TDs. Constance Richardson caught a 18 yd TD pass, while running 18 yds for another score. Tim Kelson finished with 111 yds rushing on the day. The Defense had another outstanding day. John Sivori, Gary Boos and Michael Richardson led the way to another shutout.
 
First Round Of Playoffs
Nov. 10 Sat 12pm Far Rockaway Wagner W 44-8
The Falcons began the playoffs with a convincing win over Far Rockaway as Kasey Nunez and Tim Kelson paved the way. Nunez completed 13 of 16 passes for 254 yds, while Kelson ran for 174 yds and 3 TDs. Harrison Tindall grabbed a 38 yd TD catch and finished the day with 5 catches for120 yds. Nunez also hooked up with Anthony Vergoglino, who finished with a career-best 97 yds receiving, for a 57 yd TD. Constance Richardson added the other score on a 9 yd strike from Nunez.
 
Playoff Quarter Final
Nov. 17 Sat 12pm Curtis Wagner W 36-26
Harrison Tindall turned in one of the best playoff games in the history of the PSAL. Tindall had 3 catches for 120 yds, 2 of which went for TDs- 56 & 20 yds. He also had another TD on a 93 yd kickoff return to start the second half. On the defense side of the ball, Tindall had 3 interceptions (plus a 4th INT on a conversion try). Kasey Nunez completed 10 passes for 191 yds, with a TD toss to Constance Richardson for 28 yds to add to the Tindall TDs. John Sivori had an all around great game leading the defense. Kareem Moon added an interception, plus he had 2 carries for 56 yds.
 
Playoff Semi Final
Nov. 24 Sat 12pm Sheepshead Bay Sheepshead Bay L 6-14

The Falcon Defense turned in a great, hard-hitting game. Outside of 2 very costly runs, the Defense smothered the Sharks. The Offense staged a late comeback after driving 92 yards to score with under 3 minutes left to play. After a failed onside kick attempt, the defense stopped SB on 3 plays forcing a punt. With time expiring, the Falcons ran a WR screen pass- Kareem Moon's despiration toss from 50 yds was intercepted in the endzone. The loss ended the careers of one of the best QB/WR tandems to ever play for Wagner- QB Kasey Nunez finished 15-25 for 175 yds and 1 TD and WR Harrison Tindall finished with 2 catches for 51 yds. Adrian Rondinelli caught the TD toss that went for 15 yds. Senior Anthony Vergoglimo caught 7 balls for 57 yds, while Moon finished with 4 catches for 58 yds. Tim Kelson carried 19 times for 81 yds. Captains John Sivori and Sean Drier both had excellent games to close out their careers.

 
 
2001 HONORS AND AWARDS

NY ALL STATE- 1st TEAM
HARRISON TINDALL

JUNIOR HEISMAN AWARD WINNER
Harrison Tindall

Fred Fugazzi Memorial Award
(Staten Island Coaches' Player of the Year)

Harrison Tindall

The Fabbri Award
(Staten Island Advance's Player of the Year)

Harrison Tindall

Daily News Tri-State Team
Harrison Tindall

Daily News All-City Team
Harrison Tindall
Kasey Nunez

Daily News All-Staten Island Team
Harrison Tindall
Kasey Nunez
Nick Schirripa
Anthony Vergoglimo
Second Team
John Sivori
Honorable Mention
Kareem Moon
Mike Amodio
Brandon Campbell
Mike Richardson
James Grissler
Moses Logan

SI Advance All Stars
Harrison Tindall
Kasey Nunez
Sean Drier
Moses Logan
John Sivori
Brandon Campbell


SI Cable Elite 11
Harrison Tindall
Kasey Nunez
Anthony Vergoglimo


Fugazzi Senior All-Star Game
Harrison Tindall
Kasey Nunez
Walter Lucena
James Grissler
Sean Drier
Mike Amodio
Moses Logan
Nick Schirripa
Richard Titus
Anthony Vergoglimo



Harrison Tindall
Harrison Tindall
Kasey Nunez
Kasey Nunez
Anthony Vergglimo
 Anthony Vergoglimo
Nick Schirripa
Nick Schirripa

 

 

 

 

 


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