Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk quarterback David Warnken (10) takes off on a long run during the first quarter of Friday's Section II Class B quarterfinal game against Scotia-Glenville.
Photo by Rob Jonas.
continued Zeglen connected with Colin Evers on a 31-yard touchdown pass later with less than two minutes left in the first half to get Scotia-Glenville on the scoreboard. The Tartans missed the extra point, though, which allowed Ravena to enter halftime with a 14-6 advantage.
The score remained that way until the midway point of the fourth quarter when Warnken hit Josh Hall on a 9-yard touchdown pass. Maurer added a conversion run to put Ravena ahead 22-6.
Zeglen needed less than three minutes to get Scotia-Glenville into the end zone. He completed several passes before connecting with John Clark on a 5-yard touchdown strike with 2:32 left. However, Zeglen's conversion pass attempt was batted down in the end zone, which left the Tartans with a 22-12 deficit.
"If we convert on our conversion play at 22-12, it makes it a one-score game," said Warren.
Ravena recovered Scotia-Glenville's onsides kick, and the Indians collected a pair of first downs to seal their quarterfinal victory.
The Indians travel to West Division champion Schalmont (8-0) next weekend with a berth in the Class B Sectional finals on the line. Ravena lost to the Sabres in last year's semifinal round.