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Watkins takes back the 'Bucket'

WATKINS GLEN—In the annual football game against Odessa-Montour and Watkins Glen, the Senecas took The Bucket back from the Indians, Saturday, Sept. 4.
Watkins secured the win with three touchdowns, to Odessa’s one, making the final score 24-8.  Each team also got the two-point plays after every touchdown.  For Watkins, Hunter Arcangeli scored the first two touchdowns, with the team also scoring the two-point conversions afterwards.  Billy Brennan scored the team’s last touchdown.  For Odessa, Joe Markley scored the Indians’ only touchdown.
Last year, Odessa won the “Bucket Game,” 21-16.  The Indians took control of The Bucket from Watkins in that game.  “The Bucket Game” has been a tradition between the two schools for over 40 years.
“The kids worked extremely hard for this,” said Watkins Coach Mike Johnston.  “They were just reaping the benefits of hard work and dedication to the football program.”
He added the players have done all the new coaches have asked them to do in preparation of the season.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Watkions recovers The Bucket
WATKINS GLEN—In the annual football game against Odessa-Montour and Watkins Glen, the Senecas took The Bucket back from the Indians, Saturday, Sept. 4.
Watkins secured the win with three touchdowns, to Odessa’s one, making the final score 24-8.  Each team also got the two-point plays after every touchdown.  For Watkins, Hunter Arcangeli scored the first two touchdowns, with the team also scoring the two-point conversions afterwards.  Billy Brennan scored the team’s last touchdown.  For Odessa, Joe Markley scored the Indians’ only touchdown.
Last year, Odessa won the “Bucket Game,” 21-16.  The Indians took control of The Bucket from Watkins in that game.  “The Bucket Game” has been a tradition between the two schools for over 40 years.
“The kids worked extremely hard for this,” said Watkins Coach Mike Johnston.  “They were just reaping the benefits of hard work and dedication to the football program.”
He added the players have done all the new coaches have asked them to do.


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