The Alemany Warriors continued their undefeated record with a 57-19 win Friday over the Dorsey Dons, finally ending their homecoming game losing streak of four years.
Dorsey scored first on a 14-yard touchdown pass from Jerman Gotoy to Isaiah Battle on the game’s opening drive. After a missed extra point, the 6-0 lead was short-lived as Alemany wide receiver Marcel Myers return a the kickoff 91 yards to even the score. Myers was the catalyst of a run of 23-straight points for the Warriors after an 88-yard fumble return, and a 23-yard touchdown reception.
The Warriors, who totaled less than 200 yards worth of offense, found their defense to be a key factor in their rout of Dorsey. Junior linebacker Lamin Touray picked off Gotoy at the Dorsey’s 26-yard line, setting up a five-yard touchdown run by linebacker Guy Alford.
The Warriors used their cheeky pitch play with the senior linebacker pitching the ball to Alford and then turning up field to block. Alemany used this play on numerous accounts during their win against Colony in the Honor Bowl. Touray set up another score with a fourth-quarter pick that was returned to the Dorsey one-yard line. After a Warriors touchdown, Jake Geisbauer grabbed an interception at the Dorsey 45-yard line.
Warriors sophomore quarterback Brevin White scored three touchdowns off of 16 passes, two of which went to fellow sophomore and wide receiver Aldo Giammanco during the third quarter. The two touchdowns were Giammaco’s first of his ever-so bright varsity career.
The Warriors’ next game will be its first league game against the defending Mission League champions, the Crespi Celts.