ROCHESTER—Dundee’s varsity football team advances to the Section V finals with a thrilling last minute win over Notre Dame, Saturday, Oct. 23. The final score was a close 23-21. Coach Sheldon Gibson said the win came down to using a play not used by the team before in a game. However, he said the players have practiced it a lot and ran it very well. Gibson said the ball went back to Joe Tortolon, who then scored with just over 30 seconds left on the clock. “It was a real season saving play,” he said, explaining the team “played a clock game.” Gibson added, “Notre Dame is very, very tough.” Anthony Webb scored the first touchdown, off of a four yard run. Katie Zebrowski’s kick was also successful. In the second quarter, only Notre Dame scored (the team’s first touchdown). After halftime, Nick Raplee scored on a 20 yard run, followed by Zebrowski’s kick. The final quarter saw the most scoring in the entire game. First was Zebrowski, managing a 24 yard field goal. Notre Dame then scored twice, to take the lead. Finally, it was Tortolon with an 18 yard run. Dundee had a total of 284 yards: 274 were rushing and 10 were passing. Raplee led Dundee in rushing, with 114 yards. He also passed 12 yards, and was three for six. Max Gorton had 63 yards and Kyle Spinks had 58 yards. Defensively, Webb had six solo tackles and three more assisted. Tortolon had five tackles and two more assisted. Cody Gilbert, Mackenzie Prior, and Jordan Cady all had four solo tackles. Gilbert also had four assisted and Prior had three assisted. Dundee plays next Saturday, against DeSales. The game starts at 11 a.m., at the Marina Auto Stadium in Rochester.