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DATE DAY/TIME OPPONENT FIELD RESULTS
Sept. 3 Fri 5:30pm Pittsford Carrier Dome L 14-42
Sophmore John Drago connected with Tyron Carroll and Shameek Champagne for touchdowns, but it wasn't enough as the Falcons dropped the season opener.
 
Sept. 18 Sat 1pm Kennedy Kennedy W 24-20
The Falcons opened up the PSAL season in strong fashion by beating Kennedy 24-20 in the Bronx. Andre Cirino rushed for 181 yds and 2 TDs and also had 2 catches for 28 yds and 1 TD. John Drago led the offense with 13-23 passing for 152 yds as the Falcons outgained the Knights in total offense 346-176. The offense managed to convert every big 3rd down and were 5-5 on 4th down conversions. Tyrone Carroll had 6 receptions for 80 yds. Kevin Koger and Shameek Champage all had a great game defensively.
 
Sept. 26 Sun 1pm Christopher Columbus Wagner W 38-21
Michael Spencer scored twice in the 4th quarter- one on a 75 yd TD run and the other on a 58 yd screen pass to help the Falcons pull away from Columbus. Soph John Drago had an efficient day going 7-12 for 158 yds and 2TDs. Shameek Champagne had 2 catches for 72 yds and 1 TD. Andre Cirino rushed for 116 yds and 2 TDs. Defensively, the Falcons were led by Kevin Koger, Chris Rinelli and William Rios led the Falcon defense in limiting Columbus to 72 rushing yds on 32 carries. Early in the game, Koger sacked the QB and DE Ryan McKay picked up the fumble for a 14 yd TD return.
 
Oct. 2 Sat 1pm Lincoln Wagner W 24-22
The Falcon Defense came up huge on a 4 play goal line standed that started on the 3 yd line with less than one minute left- after 4 stuffs, the Falcons seeled the victory. Andre Cirino rushed for 160 yds and 1 TD and Michael Spencer ran 5 times for 83 yds including a 75 yd TD scamper. QB John Drago was very efficient again completing 9 of 12 passes for 150 yds and hooked up with Tyron Carroll for a 26 yd TD. Drago also ran for a TD as well.
 
Oct. 10 Sun 1pm Port Richmond Port Richmond  L 6-12
Andre Cirino rushed for 162 yds, but it wasn't enough as the Falcons dropped their first PSAL game of the season. John Drago hit Michael Spencer on a 23 yd TD pass for the only score. Michael Chea recorded an interception.
 
Oct. 16 Sat 1pm Curtis Curtis W 20-12
The Falcons beat Curtis to get back to their winning ways as Michael Spencer had a great game with 4 catches for 107 yds and 2 TDs, one of which came on a perfect pass from John Drago that went 82 yds. Drago finished the day 6-10 for 138 yds and 2 TDs. Andre Cirino had another solid game running for 168 yds and 1 TD. Michael Chea recorded another interception.
 
Oct. 23 Sat 1pm Beach Channel Wagner W 48-36
John Drago threw for 202 yds and 5 TDs to lead the Falcons to a homecoming victory. The Falcons jumped out to a 36-6 halftime lead and never looked back. Drago connected with Brian Andino for a 54 yd TD and an 18 yd TD, Michael Spencer for 49 yd and 38 yd TDs and Tyron Carroll for a 28 yd TD. Andre Cirino rushed for 86 yds and 2 TDs. Michael Chea, Jerome Walton, Shameek Champagne, Andre Cirino and Amed Madry all recorded interceptions.
 
Oct. 29 Fri 7:30pm Tottenville Tottenville L 14-21
Tyron Carroll had 5 catches for 68 yds and 1 TD and Andre Cirino's 66 yards put him over 1,000 yards for the season, but it wasn't enough as the Falcons dropped a tough one.
 
Nov. 7 Sun 1pm New Dorp Wagner W 50-34
Michael Spencer scored 3 TDs on an 8 yd pass from John Drago, a 55 yd run and an 88 yd kickoff return to get the Falcons back on track heading into the playoffs. Spencer also recorded an interception. Andre Cirino ran for 187 yds and 2 TDs. Jerome Walton had a 104 yd interception return for a TD. Drago hooked up with Tyron Carroll for a 28 yd TD toss. The offensive line comprised of Captain Frank Schrippa, Tim Barton, Steven Brady and James Carlson did a great job opening up holes all day.

First Round Of Playoffs
Nov. 13 Sat 12pm Fort Hamilton Wagner W 30-12
Andre Cirino rushed for 283 yds and and 3 TDs (75,62, and 26 yds) to give the Falcons a strong start to the playoffs. Michael Spencer had 2 TDs on a 12 yd run and a 5 yd pass from John Drago. Spencer, Jerome Walton and Malcolm Medley all had interceptions.
 
Playoff Quarter Final
Nov. 20 Sat 12pm Tottenville Tottenville  W 36-34
Trailing by 12, John Drago engineered 2 drives with 6 minutes left in the game to lead the Falcons into the Semi-Finals in what the Staten Island Advance has called "The Greatest Game Ever Saw". Michael Spencer started the game off with a 64 yd TD reception on a swing pass from Drago. The next score came on unbelievable defensive play by Andre Cirino- the Tottenville QB started to run from the 35 yd line and Cirino ran up and just stripped the ball from him and then raced 61 yds for the TD. With under 30 seconds left in the 1st half Tottenville had the ball on the 1 inch line and handed it off to their RB- Cirino stepped up and again made an amazing play by ripping the ball right out of his hands as well. With Spencer leaving the game due to injury, Shameek Champagne stepped up big in the second half- his 60+ yd catch set up a 2 yd TD plunge by Cirino. Tottenville then ran off 21 straight points and the Falcons were trailing 34-22 with 6 minutes left. Drago hit Champagne with a 15 yd pass to set them up right at about midfield. A few plays later, faced with a 4th and 9 at the Tottenville 26, Drago hit back up WR Keith Braswell for a 23 yd first down to set up Drago's QB sneak for a TD. After a great 3 and out by the defense and a bad punt, the Falcons took over at the 42. After marching down field, Drago connected with Tyron Carroll on a 6 yd TD pass with 4 seconds left to give the Falcons the win. Drago finished with 203 yds passing and 2 TDs in the air and one on the ground. Cirino finished the day with 70 yds rushing and 2 TDs overall.
 
Playoff Semi Final
Nov. 27 Sat 12pm Sheepshead Bay Sheepshead Bay  L 6-56
The Falcons great run came to an end after falling behind early and not being able to climb back. Keith Braswell caught the only TD pass from John Drago. It was a tough way to end a great season especially for senior Captains Frank Schirripa and Kevin Koger.
 
 
2004 HONORS AND AWARDS
Staten Island Advance All Stars
Kevin Koger
Andre Cirino
Michael Spencer


Fugazzi Senior All-Star Game
Frank Schirripa
Kevin Koger
Jerome Walton
Keenan Herbert


 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 


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