Section 9 Record Book

Rushing yardage (career)

  1. Fred Riullano (Delaware Valley, 1995-98) 6,627 yards
  2. George Thomas Jr. (Livingston Manor, 2001-03) 5,722
  3. Walter Moseley (Ellenville, 1979-82) 5,594
  4. Dermal Brown (Marlboro, 1993-95) 5,286
  5. Dan Scalo (Monroe-Woodbury, 2006-09) 5,267
  6. Matt Stack (Monroe-Woodbury, 2001-04) 5,064
  7. Matt Przybocki (Burke Catholic, 2012-14) 4,576
  8. Nick Finger (Millbrook, 2005-08) 4,530
  9. Mike Schmidlein (Chester, 2004-06) 4,509
  10. Anthony Dubose (Newburgh, 2011-14) 4,085

Rushing yardage (season)

  1. Saxon Smith (Chester, 2011) 3,057 yards
  2. Fred Riullano (Delaware Valley, 1998) 2,833
  3. Brad Garcia (Warwick, 2013) 2,549
  4. Nick Finger (Millbrook, 2008) 2,172
  5. Jerry Nasi (O’Neill, 2012) 2,072
  6. Walter Moseley (Ellenville, 1981) 2,066
  7. Chris Rogers (Red Hook, 1999) 2,041
  8. Ryan Cary (Marlboro, 2013) 2,011
  9. Don Exner (Ellenville, 2008) 1,979
  10. Dermal Brown (Marlboro, 1995) 1,976

Rushing yardage (game)

  1. Joe Rosiecki (Valley Central, 2011) 31 carries, 514 yards
  2. Nick Finger (Millbrook, 2008) 41-485 yards
  3. Saxon Smith (Chester, 2011) 26-469 yards
  4. Matt Przybocki (Burke Catholic, 2013) 38-455 yards
  5. Fred Riullano (Delaware Valley, 1998) 23-449 yards
  6. Brad Garcia (Warwick, 2013) 34-441 yards
  7. Chris Battiato (Chester, 2015) 26-432 yards
  8. Ryan Spelman (Monroe-Woodbury, 2011) 22-419 yards
  9. Brad Garcia (Warwick, 2013) 32-401 yards
  10. Angel Suarez (Chester, 2014) 32-401 yards

Passing yards (career)

  1. Mike White (Cornwall, 2011-13) 7,386 yards
  2. Kenny Gray (Valley Central, 2013-15) 5,276
  3. Scott Ricketson (Kingston, 1996-98) 4,680
  4. Camron Abalos (Spackenkill, 2013-16) 4,632
  5. Jason Bailey (Cornwall, 2013-15) 4,606
  6. Aaron Kilner (O’Neill 2006-09) 4,491
  7. Joe Pillitteri (Wallkill 2012-13) 4,347
  8. Vinny Aloi (Chester, 2012-14) 4,189
  9. Rian White (Warwick, 2008-09) 4,089
  10. George Kolbe (Minisink Valley, 1983-85) 4,081

Passing yards (season)

  1. Joe Pillitteri (Wallkill, 2013) 169-of-287, 2,892 yards
  2. John Garcia (Warwick, 2011) 184-333, 2,754 yards
  3. Mike White (Cornwall, 2012) 133-231 2,674 yards
  4. Jason Bailey (Cornwall, 2014) 174-264, 2,560 yards
  5. Mike White (Cornwall, 2013) 143-244, 2557 yards
  6. Kevin Arduino (Cornwall, 2008) 162-252, 2,481 yards
  7. Rian White (Warwick, 2009) 160-255, 2,373 yards
  8. Chandler Toth (Valley Central, 2016) 154-278, 2,273 yards
  9. Scott Ricketson (Kingston, 1997) 155-237, 2,218 yards
  10. Vinny Aloi (Chester, 2014) 108-182, 2,164 yards

Passing yards (game)

  1. Mike White (Cornwall, 2012) 16-of-25, 500 yards
  2. Chandler Toth (Valley Central, 2016) 31-49, 480 yards
  3. Geoff Green (Warwick, 1995) 27-41, 479
  4. Vinny Aloi (Chester, 2014) 23-40, 455
  5. Kenny Gray (Valley Central, 2015) 26-38, 437
  6. Mike White (Cornwall, 2012) 22-33, 433
  7. Chandler Toth (Valley Central, 2016) 19-35, 408
  8. Cam Abalos (Spackenkill, 2016) 23-37, 396
  9. Kenny Gray (Valley Central, 2014) 15-26, 363
  10. George Kolbe (Minisink Valley, 1984) 351

Touchdown passes thrown (career)

  1. Mike White (Cornwall, 2011-13) 77
  2. Vinny Aloi (Chester, 2012-14) 71
  3. Jason Bailey (Cornwall, 2013-15) 57
  4. Scott Ricketson (Kingston, 1996-98); Cam Abalos (Spackenkill, 2013-16) 52
  5. Rian White (Warwick, 2008-09); Kenny Gray (Valley Central, 2013-15) 50

Touchdown passes thrown (game)

  1. Vinny Aloi (Chester, 2013) 7
  2. Rian White (Warwick, 2009); Vince Mortellaro (Middletown, 2010) Kenny Gray (Valley Central, 2014); Cam Abalos (Spackenkill, 2016) 6.
  3. Rick Spears (Port Jervis, 1964); Scott Ricketson (Kingston, 1997); Aaron Kilner (James I. O’Neill, 2008); Rian White (Warwick, 2009); Shane Jackson (Monticello, 2010); Tyler Lawlor (Cornwall, 2010); Mike White (Cornwall, 2012); Mike White (Cornwall, 2013); Chandler Toth (Valley Central, 2016) 5.

Touchdown receptions (career)

  1. Brandon Sadlier (Chester, 2012-14) 30
  2. Jake DeCicco (Kingston, 2009-11) 28
  3. John Babin (Warwick, 2008-09) 27
  4. Chris Bauer (Cornwall, 2011-13) 23
  5. Shawn Marchant (Kingston 2012-13) 22
  6. Joe Davis (Kingston (1989-90) 20

Touchdown receptions (season)

  1. John Babin (Warwick, 2009) 19
  2. Brandon Sadlier (Chester, 2014) 16
  3. Chris Bauer (Cornwall, 2014) 14
  4. Corey Kotsol (Kingston, 1997); Joe White (Cornwall, 2010) 13
  5. Craig Weymer (Port Jervis, 1998); Jake DeCicco (Kingston, 2011) 12
  6. Mike Septh (Monroe-Woodbury, 2005); Craig Zuzek (Cornwall, 2008); Justin Feldman (Chester, 2014); John Perugino (Marlboro, 2016) 11.

Touchdown receptions (game)

  1. Chris Bauer (Cornwall, 2013); John Perugino (Marlboro, 2016); Nyesh Dotsun (Valley Central, 2016) 5

Receptions (career)

  1. John Babin (Warwick, 2008-09) 138
  2. Shawn Marchant (Kingston, 2012-13) 101
  3. Brandon Sadlier (Chester, 2012-14) 79
  4. Chris Bauer (Cornwall, 2011-13); Zach Adler (Valley Central, 2009-10) 75
  5. Chris Morgese (Warwick, 2013-15) 73

Receptions (season)

  1. John Babin (Warwick, 2009) 80
  2. Shawn Marchant (Kingston, 2013) 63
  3. Chris Morgese (Warwick, 2014) 59
  4. John Babin (Warwick, 2008) 58
  5. Corey Kotsol (Kingston, 1997) 53
  6. Brendan O’Flaherty (Cornwall, 2015) 52
  7. Brandon Sadlier (Chester, 2014) 51

Receptions (game)

  1. Dave Bendlin (Minisink Valley, 1974) 16
  2. Shane Ceuvas (Valley Central, 2016) 14
  3. John Babin (Warwick, 2008) 13
  4. Brandon Sadlier (Chester, 2014); John Babin (Warwick, 2009) 12
  5. Shawn Marchant (Kingston, 2013); Bill Van Inwegen (Port Jervis, 1982) 11

Receiving yards (career)

  1. John Babin (Warwick, 2008-09) 2,040
  2. Jake DeCicco (Kingston, 2009-11) 2,020

Receiving yards (season)

  1. John Babin (Warwick, 2009) 80 receptions, 1,211 yards
  2. Alex Cruz (Cornwall, 2012) 48-1,166
  3. Shawn Marchant (Kingston, 2013) 63-1,045
  4. Chris Morgese (Warwick, 2014) 59-965
  5. John Perugino (Marlboro, 2016) 42-949
  6. Corey Kotsol (Kingston, 1997) 53-919
  7. Brad Garcia (Warwick, 2011) 48-918
  8. Jake DeCicco (Kingston, 2011) 37-916
  9. Brendan O’Flaherty (Cornwall, 2015) 52-909

Receiving yards (game)

  1. John Perugino (Marlboro, 2016) 10 receptions, 293 yards
  2. Alex Cruz (Cornwall, 2012) 10-281
  3. Shelan Baynes (Newburgh, 2010) 5-277
  4. Shane Ceuvas (Valley Central, 2016) 14-247
  5. Chris Ryan (Minisink Valley, 1985) 7-245
  6. Alex Cruz (Cornwall, 2012) 8-206
  7. Angel Suarez (Chester, 2014) 10-191
  8. Brandon Sadlier (Chester, 2014) 12-187
  9. John Babin (Warwick, 2008) 9-187
  10. Pat Starzan (Port Jervis, 1990) 7-182

Points scored (career)

  1. Fred Riullano (Delaware Valley, 1995-98) 684
  2. Walter Moseley (Ellenville, 1979-82) 492
  3. Dermal Brown (Marlboro, 1993-95) 466
  4. Matt Stack (Monroe-Woodbury, 2001-04) 466

Points scored (season)

  1. Saxon Smith (Chester, 2011) 296
  2. Fred Riullano (Delaware Valley, 1998) 252
  3. Walter Moseley (Ellenville, 1981); Chris Rogers (Red Hook, 1999) 210
  4. Angel Suarez (Chester, 2014) 203
  5. Nick Finger (Millbrook, 2008) 194
  6. Jerry Nasi (O’Neill, 2012) 186
  7. Keith Heinemann (Highland, 1996) 180

Points scored by one team (since 1989)

  1. James I. O’Neill (2016) 78
  2. Burke Catholic (2014) 77
  3. Newburgh (2003); Chester (2015) 76
  4. Kingston (2004) 75

Touchdowns scored (career)

  1. Fred Riullano (Delaware Valley, 1995-98) 94
  2. Walter Moseley (Ellenville, 1979-82) 79
  3. Dermal Brown (Marlboro, 1993-95) 75
  4. Matt Stack (Monroe-Woodbury, 2001-04) 71
  5. Dan Scalo (Monroe-Woodbury, 2006-09) 69

Touchdowns scored (season)

  1. Saxon Smith (Chester, 2011) 49
  2. Fred Riullano (Delaware Valley, 1998) 42
  3. Chris Rogers (Red Hook, 1999) 35
  4. Walter Moseley (Ellenville, 1981) 34
  5. Jerry Nasi (O’Neill, 2012); Delvin Wood (Millbrook, 2015) 31

Touchdowns scored (game)

  1. Nick Finger (Millbrook, 2008) 8
  2. Saxon Smith (Chester, 2011); Joe Rosiecki (Valley Central, 2011); Kyle Gainer (Minisink Valley, 2013); Michael DeCarmo (Millbrook, 2014) 7
  3. Chris Rogers (Red Hook, twice in 1999); John Fedorka (Port Jervis, 1935); Rudell Parker (Warwick, 1978); Barry Surrett (Newburgh, 2009); Mike Forte (Highland, 2010); Ryan Spelman (Monroe-Woodbury, 2011); Saxon Smith (Chester, 2011); Brad Garcia (Warwick, 2013); Matt Przybocki (Burke Catholic, 2013); Garnett Nicolas (Burke Catholic, 2015); Billy Williamson (Marlboro, 2016); Roy Penn-Cosentino (Liberty, 2016) 6

Successful PAT kicks (career)

  1. Jamie Boyle (Monroe-Woodbury, 2006-08) 151
  2. Nick Mongelli (Marlboro, 2013-15) 138
  3. Davis Brief (Warwick, 2011-15) 135
  4. Damon Neil (Cornwall (2010-12) 118
  5. Adolfo Rivera (Wallkill, 2002-04) 106
  6. Ken Kirshner (Cornwall, 2007-09) 102
  7. Derek Deoul (Washingtonville, 2011-14) 101
  8. Matt Lawrence (Cornwall, 2015-16) 100
  9. Dennis Lee (Burke Catholic (2014-16) 91
  10. John Kelly (Port Jervis, 1979-81) 74

Successful PAT kicks (season)

  1. Jamie Boyle (Monroe-Woodbury, 2007); Patrick Laird (Monroe-Woodbury, 2009)
  2. Adolfo Rivera (Wallkill, 2004); Damon Neil (Cornwall, 2012) 59
  3. Matt Paul (Monroe-Woodbury, 2013) 57
  4. Nick Mongelli (Marlboro, 2015) 53; Matt Lawrence (Cornwall, 2015) 53
  5. Nick Mongelli (Marlboro, 2014) 50
  6. Jamie Boyle (Monroe-Woodbury, 2006) 48
  7. Matt Lawrence (Cornwall, 2016) 47

Most consecutive successful PAT kicks

  1. Jamie Boyle (Monroe-Woodbury, 2007-08) 83
  2. Adolfo Rivera (Wallkill 2003-04) 62
  3. Patrick Laird (Monroe-Woodbury 2009) 47

Most field goals career

  1. Derek Deoul (Washingtonville, 2011-14) 27
  2. John Kelly (Port Jervis, 1979-81) 20
  3. Nick Mongelli (Marlboro, 2013-15) 17
  4. Brett Jennings (Valley Central, 2013-15) 16
  5. Jamie Boyle (Monroe-Woodbury, 2006-08) 15
  6. Dan Orner (Warwick, 1996-98); Adam Laubach (Marlboro, 2012); Davis Brief (Warwick, 2011-15) 12

Most field goals (season)

  1. Jamie Boyle (Monroe-Woodbury, 2008) 13
  2. Adam Laubach (Marlboro, 2012) 12
  3. Nick Mongelli (Marlboro, 2014) 11
  4. Derek Deoul (Washingtonville, 2013) 10
  5. Carl Franke (Minisink Valley, 1993); Kyle Cazzetta (Minsink Valley, 2010); Damon Neil (Cornwall, 2011) 9

Longest field goals

  1. Derek Deoul (Washingtonville, 2014) 54
  2. Derek Deoul (Washingtonville, 2012) 52
  3. Kyle Cazzetta (Minisink Valley, 2010) 51
  4. Rick Wright (Middletown, 1991); Adam Laubach (Marlboro, 2012) 5
  5. Dan Orner (Warwick, 1997); Korey Jubie (Kingston, 2011) 49
  6. Mark Adamczyk (O’Neill, 2001) 48; Kyle Cazzetta (Minisink Valley, 2010) 48

Most kicking points (career)

  1. Jamie Boyle (Monroe-Woodbury, 2006-08) 196
  2. Nick Mongelli (Marlboro, 2013-15) 184
  3. Derek Deoul (Washingtonville, 2011-14) 182
  4. Davis Brief (Warwick, 2011-15) 171
  5. Damon Neil (Cornwall, 2010-12) 154
  6. Adolfo Rivera (Wallkill (2002-04) 142
  7. John Kelly (Port Jervis, 1979-81) 134

 

*Records graciously provided by Section 9 football historian Phil Dusenbury. To make an addition to the record book, email Justin Rodriguez at jrod845sports@gmail.com