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Ram Report 2017 #3


The Ram's Report

Week 4

 
It was a party last Friday night with the unveiling of the Carroll Carpet, the New Turft and Scoreboard at Bath Haverling School. The Rams wanted to make it a surprise party. 
 
On their 1st offensive play of the night the Rams threw a deep ball against LetchworthWarsaw after not throwing at all the previous week.
 
The pass was picked off but ended up being the same as a long punt.
 
At the end of the first half the Rams were in a hurry up offense and threw a pick in the end zone.
 
Other than those two plays.  It was a flawless first half. The Rams had 4 scoring drives in the 1st half book ended by those interceptions and lead 30 to 0 at half.
 
The Rams won 44 to 12 to improve to 3 and 0 for the 3rd time in the last 4 years.
 
The Rams ran the ball 53 times for 460 yards and 6 TD's
 
Tyler Finch had a great night 15 carries for 146 yards and 2TD's
Connor DiDomineck had 17 carries for 173 yards and 2TD's 
Stefan "Steamroller" Ordway had 10 carries for 71 yards and a TD.
 

The DJ's Flamingo Player Of The Game was #70 Connor "Cupcake" Cupp.
Connor is one of the Hog Mollies on the Offensive Line. 
Because it is hard to split up a dozen wings among the Offensive Line and blocking Tight Ends.  We normally reward the O Line and Tight Ends at the end of the year with a Pizza party with the pizza provided by your home town Pizza Hut in Bath.
However, Connor was Mr. Versatile. Hence the nickname Cupcake. Just like a cupcake gives you a little taste of everythintg. The cupcake, the frosting, the sprinkes on top.
 
Connor played Offenvsive Guard in the 1st half helping to block for 4 rushing TDj's and a 30 to 0 lead at half.
 
Connor moved to the backfield in the 2nd half and ran the ball 6 times for 58 yards and a TD run and a 2 point conversion run.
 
Oh he also was second on the team in tackles with 5 from his Defensive Tackles spot.  He also attempted an extra point.
 
Zach Tenny lead the team in tackles with 6.
 
On the Season
C. DiDomineck has 418 rushing yards and 6TD's
T. Finch has 384 yards and 4 TD's
S. Ordway has 175 yards and 3 TD's
 
The backfield in their career is now in the 5K Club.
Combined DiDomineck,Ordway,Finch, and Hockaday are over 5,000 rushing yards
 
They have a combined 84TD's and 46 two point conversions.
They have 594 points between the 4 of them.
 
Linebacker B. Finch leads the team with 14 tackles and a sack
Followed by Z. Tenny with 13 tackles and a sack
Seth Walden and C. Cupp each have 12.
Senior Safety Noah Hockaday has 9 tackles a interception and a forced fumble and fumble recovery from last week against Letchworth/Warsaw.
 
The rams improve to 5 and 0 all time against Letchworth/Warsaw. 
3 and 0 at home.
They have outscored Letchworth/Warsaw
Bath. 176 to 52. That is a average score of 38.66 to 10.6
 
 
The Rams are off to a great start on the Carroll Carpet
Now 1 and 0.
 
The Rams opened their old field in 2002 during week 2 when they hosted Hornell on a beautiful Saturdayand the Rams won 45-14.
 
Coach Carroll other wise known as the grass master and his program finished 46-21 on the old field. Winning 9 of their last 10 and 21 of their last 30 on the grass at home.
 
Coach Carroll gets his 180th career win. Only 7 other coaches in the history of Section V Football have gotten to that number. Coach is number 8.
 
The Rams are 3 and 0 and 1 and 0 in the LCAA D1.
 
The rams have scored 117 points this year and given up 60. They are tied for 6th with Canisteo Greenwood for the highest scoring team in Section V. They are 31st in Section V when it comes to giving up points.
 
Saturday is the Route 17 Rivalry. 
The 3 and 0 Red Raiders come to town.
They beat Attica at Attica Week 1 34-6.
They beat Livonia in Hornell 35-14 and last week beat Wellsville 40-6.
 
Hornell has scored 109 points while giving up 26.  Putting them 10th in regrards to scoring in Section V and 9th when it comes to points against in Section V.
 
 
Last year the Rams travled to Hornell. Which has been a house of horror's for the Rams thru the years. Going into the game they were 1 and 12 at MCP.
The Rams had a 20 to 15 lead with the ball with 10 minutes to go in the game.
 
The Rams turned the ball over with 8 minutes to go. Hornell got the ball on their own 20 and went 80 yards in 21 plays converting 4 big 3rd down conversions and scored with 8 seconds left.
 
The Rams fell 22 to 20.
 
Going back to 1984.
Hornell leads the all time series 21-7.
Coach Carroll is 7-19 against HHS
He is 1-13 at MCP
3 and 7 at Home
3 and 2 in Sectionals
2 and 0 in Sectional Title games
0 and 1 in pool play
3 and 0 at a neutral site
 
Coach Carroll is 3 and 2 vs Coach Werner
 
Bath is trying to win 4 out of the last 5 over Hornell. That would be the most wins in a 5 game span in the series history for Bath.
 
The last time Hornell came to Bath it was in 2015 and Bath won 58 to 20. That was the most points Bath had ever scored against Hornell or any other opponent in program history.
 
Since 2013 the Rams have outscored Hornell
176-67
 
Thru the years the I 86 showdown turns out to be a blow out one way or the other.
 
There has been only 8 out of the 28 games decided by 14 points or less.
The Rams are 1 and 7 in those games and only 6 games decided by 7 points or less The Rams are 1 and 5 in those games.
 
Bath has scored 16 TD's. 14 on the ground. 2 in the air
10 inside the Village Pharmacy Red Zone. All on the ground and 6 outside the Red Zone. 4 on the ground 2 in the air.
 
Hornell has scored 16TD's  8 on the ground, 7 in the air and one on defense. 7 inside the Red Zone.  4 on the ground and 3 in the air. 9 outside the Red Zone. 4 in the air and 3 on the ground and a Interception returned for a TD.
 
To say the least the Red Raiders are very balanced running and throwing and scoring in and out of the red zone.
 
 
If Bath wants a piece if not the straight out LCAA D1 title this year they have to win on Saturday. Hornell has already beat Livonia. So they are in the driver seat and if Hornell wins against Bath would lock up the title. Because even if Dville were to some how upset Hornell and Bath beats Livonia and runs the table. Hornell would win on the head to head. 
 
The Rams going into this weekend sit in the 4th spot in Class C sectionals. The top 4 get a home game and with only 3 regular season home games this year it would be nice to get a first round sectional game on the Carroll Carpet.
 
With the Finger Lakes teams in Class C playing more B schools than Bath who only plays 2 Class B schools in Hornell and Livonia. Those 6 points for a win are very important.  It just so happens to be the two most difficult games on the Rams schedule this year.
 
Tune in for the I 86 showdown on Homecoming this Saturday. The Countdown to Kickoff show with the Coaches Corner gets going around 12:40PM on the Rams Radio Network. We will be joined by Sports Editor of the Evening Tribune Sean Curren at halftime to get his thoughts on the game and the new field and scoreboard at Bath.
You can catch the broadcast on AM1380 WABH, 100.3FM. Online at 1380wabh.com and with our FREE tunein app. Just download the app for any mobile device and look up "Hometown Bath"'
 
GOOOOOO Rams!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

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Rams Radio Report 2017 #2


The Rams' Report

Week 3

 
The Bath Rams found themselves down early for the second straight week. The 1 and 0 Rams traveled to Dansville to take on the 0 and 1 Mustangs.
 
The Rams won the coin toss and elected to kickoff.
The Rams found themselves trailing before they ever got the ball on Offense.
 
However, the Rams would score on their first possession and then on the next 6 possession in a row.
 
The Rams ran away with a 49-28 win.
No literally ran away with the win.
The Bath Rams did not throw the football the entire game until the end. When they threw it up in the air in celebration.
 
The Hogmollies up front did a great job for the Bath Rams. Seth Walden, Connor Cupp, Brody Brotz, Carl Rumsey and Aaron Northrup.
 
The Rams ran the ball 49 times for 436 yards and 7 TD's. That is an average of 8.8 yards per carry.
 
Mr. Touchdown Connor DiDomineck lead the team with 12 carries for 184 yards and 3 TD's. A average of 15 yards per carry. Connor was our DJ Flamingo Player Of The Game. he gets a dozen wings from DJ's.
 
Tyler Finch ran the ball 13 times for 122 yards and a TD and Steamroller Stefan Ordway ran the ball 16 Times for 98 yards, 2 TD's and gave free rides to countless Mustangs on his back, arms,waist and legs.
 
The Rams came up 2 yards short of having 3 back with over 100 yards.
 
Impressive.
 
While Dansville scored 28 points. Only 21 came at the hands of the Black Shirt Defense.
 
The mustangs had a Kickoff Return for a TD in the game.
 
The Black Shirt Defense was led by Seth Walden with 5 tackles. Brandon Finch and Damon Herrick each had 4 tackles on the night.
 
A couple career milestones in the game.
The DiDominator went over 2000 rushing yards in his career. He eclipsed the 40 Touchdown mark. 39 on the ground and 2 receiving.  
 
Tyler Finch went over 1500 rushing yards in his career.
 
Stefan Ordway is 60 yards shy of going over 1000 yards in his career.
 
 
Coach Wayne Carroll now has 178 victories and moved into sole possession of 8th all time in Section V and 2 on the active wins list in Section V with Hilton's loss to Fairport.
 
The Rams improve to 15 and 5 over Dville. 8 and 3 at Dville. The Rams have now won the last 4 games by a score of 185 to 60 and are 11 and 1 against the Mustangs since 2006.
 
The Rams are now 2 and 0 overall and 1 and 0 in the LCAA Division 1. Tied with their friendly foes the Hornell Red Raiders at the top of the standings. 
These two meet in Week 4.
 
But...... before we get to the Route 17 Rivalry.
The Rams have a exciting, emotional and big game Friday night when they host Letchworth/Warsaw.
 
This is the Rams home opener and the debut of the Carroll Carpet at Bath Haverling.
 
Not a lot of history between these two teams.
They last played in 2015 when the Rams beat Letsaw 49 to 0 in Bath.
 
Bath under Coach Carroll is 4 and 0 all time against Letchworth and or Warsaw. Outscoring them in those games 132 to 33.
 
Letchworth has had success in their football program. They have won 3 Section V titles. 1 Far West Regional Title and done something the Rams have yet to do. Win a State Title in Class D in 2011.
 
Most recently they won the LCAA D2 last year and finished 7 and 1 losing in the first round of sectionals.
 
They have a first year head Coach Justin Mann.
He has been an assistant with the Program the last few years and with the Warsaw program before that.
 
Letchworth/Warsaw is 1 and 1.
They opened the season by beating Wellsville 28 to 15.
Last week they lost to Cal-Mum/BB 34 to 6. Who the Rams beat 24 to 20.
 
Letsaw has a really good two way player in Kaiden Davis.  He has ran the ball this season 19 times for 230 yards and a TD.  He also had 13 tackles from his Linebacker position against the Lions.
 
Letsaw did give up a lot of rushing yards against Cal-Mum/BB. Even more than what the Rams gave up week 1.
 
If Letsaw is vulnerable against the run and the Rams can contain K. Davis.
 
It should be a celebration after the ceremonies on Friday night.
 
A win would set up a huge game on Saturday Sept 23rd when the Big Bad Bullies on the block and defending LCAA D1 champs the Hornell Red Raiders come to town to try and get revenge from the last time they came to town and the Rams easily took care of business 58 to 20 in 2015.
 
The Countdown to Kickoff Pregame show with the Coaches Corner starts at 6:45PM on Friday. On AM1380WABH, 100.3FM, on line at 1380wabh.com and with our FREE Tunein app. Just download the app for any mobile device and look up WVIN.
 
 
Go Rams!!!!!!!!!!!

 

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Rams Radio Report 2017 #1


The Bath Rams Football team started their season where it ended last season. At Hamilton Field at Ca-Mum Central School.

The Rams fell behind early after going for a 4th down in their own territory and not getting it. The Rams reeled off two TD's to take a 16 to 8 halftime lead.

The Rams were on the verge of scoring late in the 4th quarter and looking to add to their 16 to 14 lead  when their drive stalled inside the Village Pharmacy Red Zone.

Cal Mum was inside their own 10 yard line with less than 3 minutes to play and down 16 to 14. On their second play from scrimmage  the Cal Mum running back went down the sideline all the way to the house. Putting Cal Mum up 20 to 16.
Connor Cupp made a big tackle on the 2 point conversion denying the Red Raiders two more points.

The Rams got the ball back with under 2 minutes to go.

First year starting Quarterback Noah Hockaday lead his team to around mid field and then hit Senior  TE/WR Trevor Boss for the go ahead and eventual game winning Touchdown.

Noah Hockaday was our DJ's Flamingo Player of the game. Noah gets a dozen wings from DJ's Flamingo on the Bath-Kanona Road.

Noah went 8 for 12 for 127 yards and 2 Touchdown passes.  He threw 2 completions for 2 point conversions. Noah carried the ball 5 times for 24 yards and he had 4 tackles on Defense


Senior Running Back Tyler Finch had a big game. 21 carries for 116 yards. That's an average of 5.5 yards per tote. Finch had a rushing TD and a 2 point conversion.
Finchy also had 4 tackles from his Linebacker position

The DiDominator Senior Running Back Connor DiDomineck had 7 carries for 61 yards and 4 catches for 54 yards and a TD.
Connor was second in tackles from his DE spot with 5 and a sack.

Zach Tenny lead the team in tackles with 7 along with a sack.
The Black shirts had 4 sacks in the game.


The Offesive line did a great job.
The Rams ran the ball 45 times for 235 yards and a TD and a rushing 2 point conversion.
That is an average of 5.22 yards per carry.

The Rams were 1 for 2 inside the Village Pharmacy Red Zone.


The Rams now lead the series with Cal Mum/BB
4-2.

The Rams are 3 and 1 at home against Cal Mum/BB.
Bath had never won at Cal Mum under Coach Wayne Carroll.
Going into the game the Rams were 0-2 at Cal Mum  and 0-1 vs. Cal Mum at Cal Mum. Suffering a 49-8 loss in 1998. The Rams inaugural season in the LCAA.

The other loss at Cal Mum was last year in the Class C Semi Finals losing to ERG 14-8.


Coach Carroll is now 6-6 vs Cal Mum Coach Bill Donegan.

3-0 at Cal Mum over the last two years
And
3-6 from 1998 to 2006 when Coach Donegan was at HFL.


Coach Carroll improves to 177-95 in his 31st season overall and 26th at Bath.

He is tied for 2nd on the active wins list in Section V.

With the win Friday night.
Coach Carroll is now not only tied with Hilton Head Coach Rich Lipani for 8th all time in Section V but with East Rochester former coach Don Quinn.

With the win over the Red Raiders. Coach Carroll is now only 9 wins behind the Section V Hall Of Fame Coach from Cal Mum Mike Monacelli.

The Rams are now 1 and 0. Nothing new to Rams fans and Coach Carroll. This is the 4th season opener the Rams have won in a row.  At Bath Coach Carroll is 19 and 7 in season opening games at Bath. 22 and 9 overall in his career.


The Rams now turn their attention to the 0 and 1 Dansville Mustangs.

The Rams will travel to the Mustang Corral on Friday night.

Last Year the Rams beat Dansville 53-12 in Dansville.

Coach Carroll since 1992 is 14 and 5 vs Dansville.

The Rams have shutout Dville 7 times.

The Rams are 7 and 3 at the Mustang Corral.
The last time the Rams lost to Dansville was in 2013
28-18 in Bath.

The last time the Rams went to Dansville and didn't bring home a win was in 2004. In a 15 to 0 loss.

The other losses came in 1998, 1999, 2004, 2005.

After Dansville beat Bath in 2005 the Series was tied 4 to 4.
So the Rams are 10 and 1 in the last 11 meetings.

In the last 3 games. The Rams have outscored Dansville 136 to 32.
That is an average of 45.3 for Bath and 10.6 for Dville.



Can the Rams improve to 2 and 0.
Tune in Friday night to the Rams Radio Network.
The Countdown To Kickoff show with the Coaches Corner with Head Coach Wayne Carroll starts at 6:45PM from the Subway of Bath Broadcast Booth.
Kickoff anytime after 7:20PM.

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