Jones " who had been limited to 59 yards through the first three quarters " broke free in the fourth quarter. He started with an 18-yard touchdown run and finished with a 56-yard scoring run to provide the exclamation point on Voorheesville's victory.
"I don't know if (Tamarac's defense) gave up or not. I know we didn't," said Jones, who finished with 133 yards on 18 carries. "We wanted to be relentless."
Meanwhile, Voorheesville's defense never let Tamarac get its offense going. The Bengals crossed midfield only three times, with each drive ending in a turnover. Tamarac finished with 120 total yards.
"That's how we play defense," said Sapienza. "With Dan Flynn and Sean Fitzmaurice, you're not going to run up the middle against us. Those guys controlled the defensive line of scrimmage."
Duncan contributed 77 rushing yards, while Conde passed for 122 yards and ran for 41 yards to help Voorheesville remain undefeated as it heads into Saturday's home game against Watervliet (2-0), which downed defending class C champion Chatham 26-7 last weekend.
"This is a key game," said Sapienza of Saturday's showdown. "In my estimation, it's two of the better teams in the division.""