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Capt. Chris Marzo

Capt. Lou Orlando

   
 
DATE DAY/TIME OPPONENT FIELD RESULTS
Sept. 13 Sat 1pm Andrew Jackson Wagner W 24-20
Bobby Rodgriguez had 6 catches for 109 yds and 3 TDs (12 yd and 21 yd receptions and a 68 yd run on an end around) to lead the Falcons to the first victory of the season. QB Danny O'Donnell finished with 187 yds passing with 3 TD tosses. James Hawkins had the other TD grab for 19 yds.
 
Sept. 20 Sat 12pm John Adams John Adams T 28-28
You never like to be happy with a tie, but with the Falcons down 2 TDs with 54 seconds remaining and somehow how pulling off the tie, you have to be impressed. With 4 minutes left, the Falcons started their drive on their own 23- after 10 plays, Danny O'Donnell hit Bobby Rodriguez on a 26 yd TD strike. The ensuing kickoff was recovered by John Lembo on the Adams 30. O'Donnell then hooked up with Jason Hawkins for a 21 yd TD as time expired to tie the game. Unfortunately, the PAT was stopped, but the Falcon comeback was something special. O'Donnell finished with 252 yds passing and 4 TDs, the other scores coming on a 4yd Pass to Hawkins and a 7 yd pass to George Charles. Rodriguez finished with 10 cathes for 101 yds and the 1 TD. O'Donnell was named NY Post Athlete of the Week.
 
Oct. 3 Fri 1:30pm Kennedy Wagner W 38-9
The Falcon Defense, led by Lou Orlando dominated Kennedy recovering 3 fumbles and watching the Offense translate all 3 into TDs. Brian Dickerson scored 2 TDs on runs of 4yds and 2 yds while Don Holton added a 1 yd TD run and Brett Holcombe ran one in from 1 yd also, as the 3 backs rang up 153 yds on the ground. Tim Kielty and Sean Sayers added picks.
 
Oct. 11 Sat 2pm Curtis Curtis W 22-0
The Wagner D and Special Teams stepped it up for the first Island contest. The 3 Falcon TDs were set up by 2 punt returns by Bobby Rodriguez and a 60 yd kickoff return by Carl Martarano. Brian Dickerson had 2 more TD runs and Don Holton scored once on the ground. Charlie Brown and John Calabrese turned in great defensive efforts to limit Curtis to 91 total yds of offense.
 
Oct. 18 Sat 7:30 pm New Dorp New Dorp L
 
 
Oct. 25 Sat 1pm McKee McKee W 40-0
The Falcon D had another great outing. The Defense recorded 5 picks- Tim Kielty returned 1 pick 23 yds for a TD and James Boone returned a pick as well for a 33 yd TD. Steve Coleman, Carl Martarano and Frank Reali recorded the other interceptions. Danny O'Donnell and Bobby Rodriguez hooked up for 2 TD catches and Brett Holcombe scored on a 2 yd TD scamper. Ken Hoerle, Charlie Brown and Lou Orlando had great games defensively. The only bad news was losing Brian Dickerson for the season to injury.
 
Nov. 1 Sat 7:30pm Port Richmond Wagner W 26-6
Danny O'Donnell threw 3 TDs and ran another one in from 1 yd out for another score. Jason Hawkins caught on TD for 24 yds, Bobby Rodriguez caught a TD from 8 yds out and Brett Holcombe scored on a 5 yd pass.
 
Nov. 8 Sat 1pm Tottenville Tottenville W 26-0
The Falcon D dominated again by keeping yet another team under 100 yds of total offense and tossing another shutout while doing so. George Gonzalez, John Calabrese (1int) and another solid outing by Ken Hoerle, Lou Orlando and Charlie Brown up front, led the defense. Carl Martarano returned a kickoff for an 83 yd TD. Danny O'Donnell hooked up with Jason Hawkins on a 46 yd TD pass and Frank Reali added a 1 yd TD plunge to close out the scoring. The win give the Falcons the Staten Island Championship title.
 
Playoff Quarter Final
Nov. 15 Sat 1pm Bayside Wagner W 20-18

The Falcon D stepped up big and did not allow the 2 point conversion after Wagner scored late in the 4th Quarter to take the lead on a Danny O'Donnell 1 yard run followed up by hitting Bobby Rodriguez for the 2 point conversion. With just 58 seconds remaining and Bayside going for the 2 point conversion, George Gonzalez forced the half back out wide enough foro Lou Orlando and Carl Martorano to come up and preserve the victory. Bobby Rodriguez finished with 9 receptions for 106 yds. Frank Reali had a 2 yd TD run and George Charles had a 16 yd TD reception. Tim Kielty's interception set up the winning drive for the Falcons.

 
Playoff Semi Final
Nov. 22 Sat 1pm Lincoln Lincoln W 14-8
The Falcons went into Brooklyn beat the 9-0 Railsplitters on a tremendous game by the defense. Brett Holcomb's 9 yard run around end with 3:55 left put the Falcons into the City Championship. Danny O'Donnell added a 1 yd run for the other score. The Falcon D limited Lincoln to just four first down in the 2nd half and kept them out of the endzone as well. Linebackers George Gonzalez and John Calabrese had great games.
 
City Championship
Nov. 29 Sun 1pm Andrew Jackson Midwood W 14-8
Brett Holcomb's 24 carries for 165 yds set up the 2 Falcon scores as the Defense played yet another solid game. Danny O'Donnell threw 2 touchdowns- one to James Hawkins for 8 yds and the other to Bobby Rodgriquez for 21 yds. The Defense shut down Jackson's big back limiting him to just 58 yds on 13 carries. Also, once again James Boone's kickoffs set Jackson up in tough field position all day. Lou Orlando, Carl Martorano, Charlie Brown, John Calabrese, Ken Hoerle and Sean Sayers all had great games defensively. The Offensive Line comprised of Chris Marzo, Todd Nagrowski, Matt Jasko, Lou Mauro and Joe Modena, had a great day as well. Holcomb was name the NY Post Athlete of the Week.
 
Metro Bowl Championship
Dec. 6 Sat 1pm Farrell Midwood L
 
 
1986 HONORS AND AWARDS

JUNIOR HEISMAN AWARD WINNER
Danny O'Donnell

Other awards and all star selections will be listed soon.


John Calabrese & The Falcons wait
for the City Championship Trophy


Coach Paturzo holds Wagner's 1st NYC
PSAL Championshiop Trophy.

Captain Brian Dickerson Bobby Rodriguez
Danny O'Donnell Brett Holcomb
Jason Hawkins George Charles
Joe Modena & The Offensive Line


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