With around thirty seconds remaining in the Class B state quarterfinal, Skaneateles head coach Joe Sindoni stood by the referee and tapped his shoulders twice, calling his final timeout. The Lakers trailed by five points and Skaneateles senior quarterback Pat Hackler trotted over to Sindoni. Before Sindoni could open his mouth, Hackler demanded that the ball be in his hands.
“When you got a kid like that and he’s done so much for you, when he says ‘I got it,’ you believe that he’s got it,” Sindoni said.
On fourth down and three, Hackler scrambled left and high stepped past the first down line to the three-yard line. Read More
It’s a walk off touchdown for Pat Hackler! With no time remaining, he runs his way into the end zone. Skaneateles wins 27-26 and moves on. pic.twitter.com/zP8VwLLK6Q
— Adam Hillman (@_adamhillman) November 10, 2018
A "Drive" of their own.
Skaneateles football advances to Class B state semifinal after beating Chenango Forks on final play https://t.co/gefbBUd2sN
— Justin Ritzel (@CitizenRitz) November 11, 2018
Here’s one of the two plays I questioned the call on in the Skaneateles-Chenango Forks game. Did the ball actually bounce off the receivers’ leg and into his arms? Maybe on slow motion. In real time, no catch. pic.twitter.com/5eCyzDZ8sE
— Larry Burneal (@LarryBurneal) November 11, 2018
— Mike Curtis (@MikeACurtis2) November 11, 2018
— Skaneateles Lakers (@SkanLakers) November 10, 2018
Skaneateles and Batavia next weekend. https://t.co/8JYllLrGt3
— Billy Heyen (@Wheyen3) November 11, 2018