Trail stifles Saber offense

Lackawanna Trail stifled the Susquehanna offense and Quarterback Nico

Saber Running Back Jonathan Sisler (#5) is brought down by the Lackawanna Trail defense. Sisler notched 21 rushing yards. Photo by Ed King.

Berrios had a big day as Trail defeated Susquehanna 34-0 on Friday night.

Susquehanna was limited to 100 yards of total offense and registered only six first downs.

Meanwhile Berrios had 155 yards passing going for 5-7 and a touchdown and added 35 yards rushing.

Trail jumped out to an early 13-0 lead after one quarter as Jeff Resto ran in from three yards out and Berrios capped a drive with a 21-yard burst to the endzone.

After a scoreless second quarter Berrios hit Evan Litwin for a 44-yard touchdown reception on the third play of the second half and Resto plunged into the endzone from the one two possessions later.  

Tyler Rozanski’s 8-yard run midway through the fourth capped the scoring for the Lions. 

“We just have to block and tackle better,” said Susquehanna Coach Kyle Cook. “There have been opportunities to make plays and we just haven’t done it.”


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