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Capt. Eddie Thompson

Capt. Chris Reali

THREE-PEAT!!!!


DATE DAY/TIME OPPONENT FIELD RESULTS
Sept. 15 Sat 2pm Norwalk, CT Norwalk, CT W 24-16
The Falcons started the season by extending their winning streak to 33 games. Eddie Thompson opened the game with an 80 yd kickoff return for a TD. Thompson also ran for a 17 yd TD and added a 32 TD reception from sophomore QB, Tom Reali.
 
Sept. 22 Sat 1pm August Martin Wagner W 22-6
Chris Reali rushed for 87 yds and Anthony Battista ran for 2 TDs. Tom Reali and Ed Thompson hooked up on a 17 yd TD score. Rob Pascale had a fumble recovery and Anthony Viola added an interception for a Defense that only allowed 36 rushing yards all game.
 
Sept. 30 Sun1pm Bayside Bayside W 28-0
The Falcon Defense recorded their first shutout of the season while limiting the Bayside offense to 80 total yards. Chris Reali had 79 yds rushing on just 9 carries, one going for a 38 yd TD. Tom Reali hoooked up with Mat Hellman and Barry Hodge for TD passes. Anthony Battista had a 4 yd TD run, behind the blocking of Sean Malichovsky. Hellman also added an interception.
 
Oct. 6 Sat 1pm Clinton Clinton W 28-22
Tommy DiMicelli rushed for 103 yds and 2TDs to lead the Falcons, who managed to rush for a combined 217 yds. Tom Reali hit Eddie Thompson for a 25 yd TD reception. Sophmore Javonne Darling added another score with at 1 yd run. Chris Reali added an interception and Derek Rodgriuez had a fumble recovery.
 
Oct. 13 Sat 1pm Pt. Richmond Wagner W 30-0
Javonne Darling opened the game with an 84 yd kickoff return for a TD and the Falcons never looked back. Anthony Battista ran for 132 yds and a TD. Eddie Thompson had an all around great game- a 1 yd TD run, a 38 yd TD reception and 2 interceptions on the defensive side. The Falcon Defense posted another shutout, while limited PR to 54 yds rushing and just 5 first downs.
 
Oct. 21 Sun 1pm New Dorp New Dorp W 48-13
Tom Reali erupted in the second quarter and finished the first half 7-9 with 222 yds passing and 4 TDs. Reali hit Matt Hellman on a 76 yd TD completion, threw a 23 yd TD toss to Denis Adornato who made a one-handed grab, a 61 yd TD pass to Eddie Thompson and then hit Hellman again in the endzone for his forth TD. Thompson also took a pitch and threw a 32 yd strike to Adornato. The scoring began when Barry Hodge returned a punt 78 yds for a TD and ended when Javonne Darling ran 35 yds for a TD.
 
Oct. 27 Sat 1pm McKee Wagner W 36-0
Anthony Battista ran for 102 yds and 2 TDs on runs of 57 and 46 yds. Matt Hellman added an 18 yd TD run. Tom Reali hooked up with Eddie Thompson on TD passes of 14 and 8 yds. George Trimarch, Shareef Baskerville also had great games on both sides of the ball.
 
Nov. 4 Sat 1pm Curtis Wagner W 8-6
Anthony Battista ran for a score and Chris Reali ran in the 2 point conversion in what turned out to be the difference. Battista finished the day with 139 yds rushing, mostly behind the blocking of Chris Reali and center, Ed Brier. The Falcon Defense held Curtis to just 2 yds rushing. The win gives the Falcons their 5th straight Island Championship.
 
Nov. 10 Sun 1pm Tottenville Tottenville W 28-6
Chris Reali rushed for 101 yds and 2 TDs on just four carries to lead the Falcons. Anthony Battista added 73 yds and 1 TD. Eddie Thompson had an 85 yd kickoff return for a TD. Rob Pascale had an interception and a fumble recovery, while Thompson and Javonne Darling both recorded interceptions.
 
Playoff Quarter Final
Nov. 17 Sat 1pm Lehman Wagner W 32-0
The Falcons opened up the playoffs by posting yet another impressive shutout, led by Matt Helman, Derek Rodriguez and Shareef Baskerville on defense Eddie Thompson caught 2 passes for 111 yds, 1 TD and rushed for another TD. Tom Reali finished with 160 yds passing on the day, including a 31 yd TD toss to Matt Helman. Anthony Battista ran for 75 yds and 2 TDs.
 
Playoff Semi Final
Nov. 25 Sat 12pm Kennedy Kennedy W 26-8
The Defense just missed throwing another shutout, as Kennedy scored with 40 seconds left and the game out of hand. The Defense was led by linemen Derek Rodriguez, George Trimarche, Shareef Baskerville and linebackers Chris Reali and Matt Hellman. Anthony Battista ran for 139 yds and 1 TD, while Tommy DiMicelli ran for75 yds and one TD (63 yds). Javonne Darling had a great play, ripping the ball out of a Kennedy RB's hands, who was stood up by Rob Pascale and Marc Davidson, and running it back 41 yds for a TD. Ed Thompson added a 3 yd TD run.
 
CITY CHAMPIONSHIP
Dec. 2 Sun 10am Lincoln Midwood W 20-0

Back to Back to Back Champs! Chris Reali led the Falcons to their 4th City Title in the last 5 years. Chris Reali ran for a 4 yd TD and threw a 19 yd pass to Eddie Thomspon after taking a hand off. Chris Reali led the Falcons with 13 tackles, while Marc Davidson added 10 tackles. Rob Pascale and Dennis Adornato each recorded an interception. George Trimarche and Jeff Danish each registered big sacks. Anthony Battista finished the day with 66 yds rushing and 1 TD. Jason Menna had a big revory of a second half kickoff. The win puts the Falcon's amazing winning streak at 44 games. The Falcons finish the season ranked #1 in NYC and #2 in New York State and #1 in the Daily News Tri-State Golden 20.

 
 
1990 HONORS AND AWARDS


NY NEWSDAY PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Eddie Thompson

JUNIOR HEISMAN AWARD WINNER
Eddie Thompson
Chris Reali

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

Eddie Thompson

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

Eddie Thompson

Daily News ALL-CITY TEAM
Eddie Thompson
Chris Reali
Andrew Roth

Honorable Mention:
Tom Reali
Anthony Battista
Jason Menna
George Trimarche
Matt Hellman
Barry Hodge


SI Advance All Stars
Eddie Thompson
Chris Reali
Anthony Battista
Andrew Roth
Sean Malichovsky
George Trimarche
Matt Hellman
Shareef Baskerville


Menna, Rodriguez, Pascale
Jason Menna, Derek Rodriguez, Rob Pascale
Matt Hellman Barry Hodge
Matt Hellman Barry Hodge
Anthony Battista Sean Malichovsky
Anthony Battista Sean Malichovsky
City Hall Honoring the City Champs


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