In the first game on Sunday, Nov. 3, undefeated Iowa in Black sponsored by Port Washington PBA lost its first game 7-0 to Penn State in White sponsored by Port Washington Tennis Academy. The game was a defensive struggle until the White team behind the running of Jason DeSimone and Tony Froccaro moved down the field and Froccaro scored on a 9 yard run in the second period. Jonathan Keren scored the extra point. For the White, Dan Marici recovered two fumbles, Mike O'Hora recovered one and Froccaro made tackles all over the field. Brannon Benilevi also played well on defense. For the Black team, Drew Belinsky, Matt Wood and Chris Cook ran well. Jason Sirotkin, Jason Gurewitz and Zachary Gunzberg also played well. Despite the loss, the Black team remained in first place with 8 points and will play next Sunday against Oklahoma in Red in the playoffs.
In the second game, Oklahoma in Red sponsored by Manhasset Community Chest defeated UCLA in Blue sponsored by Miracle-Gro by a score of 26-6. In the first period, Frank Morelli ran 45 yards for a touchdown but the point after attempt was stopped. In the same period, Cody White ran 9 yards for a touchdown and the point after was made by Ben Gonzalez. In the second period Morelli ran 20 yards for a touchdown. The point after touchdown was made by White. In the fourth period, Fred Emmerich plunged two yards for the touchdown. The point after attempt was missed. The Blue was held scoreless until Tom Jester ran 10 yards for a touchdown in the fourth period. The point after attempt was stopped. Jerry Lange ran well and Chris Kapper, Matt Tompkins, Josh Potter, Kyle Manzione and Andrew Procaccino played well. For the winning Red team, Ethan Sander, Nick Siconofi, who recovered a rumble, and Colin Sauvigne played well.
In the final game, Florida in Orange sponsored by Manhasset Sports Shop won its first game by defeating Notre Dame in Green sponsored by Greenpoint Savings Bank by the score of 20-12. The Orange scored first on a 12 yard run by Tommy Botsaris who also ran for a touchdown in the second period. Jimmy Bitter ran for a touchdown in the fourth period. Ross Weinreb, Tommy Keane, Dan Gorman, Robby Levinger also played well for the Orange. For the Green, Ahmad Reed ran 50 yards for a touchdown in the first period. The point after touchdown was stopped by Keane. Reed also ran 45 yards for another touchdown in the first period. Although Reed had many good runs, including a 50 yard run, they were unable to score again. Alex Ardito recovered a fumble, Shanbe Mangin, Jack Vigilis. Evan Kaufman, Chris Katzman and Joe Giesecke all played well for the Green.