Rams Radio Report Archives for 2017-10

Rams Radio Report #8

The Rams' Report

Week 9

It was a SUPER Saturday for the Bath Rams last week. They beat Marcus Whitman 36-14 in the Quarterfinals of the Class C playoffs.
The stats going into the game prevailed.
Coach Carroll going into the game was 16-4 in his last 20 Saturday games.
25-12 vs FLAA teams all time, and 19 and 6 in his last 25.
The Rams going into the match up with the Wildcats were 3 and 1 dating back to 1997.
In those 4 games against Marcus Whitman. The Rams averaged 32 points. The Rams on Saturday scored 36. They averaged giving up 11.5 points per game. They gave up 14 and their average win was by 29.6 and on Saturday they won by 22.
Bath Ran 37 times for 413 yards and 4 rushing TD's. That is a average of 11.1 per carry.
The Ramblin Rams had 3 running backs over 100 yards.
Brandon Finch took his first hand off of the year and ran 50 plus yards for a TD.
He finished the day with 8 carries and a 122 yards and 2TD's
Connor D.  The DiDominator had 10 carries for 135 yards and a TD.
He also ran the 2nd half kickoff back 85 yards for a TD
Tyler Finch ran the ball 9 times for 103 yards and a TD.
Noah Hockaday went 1 for 1 in the air for a 2 point conversion.
The Black Shirt Defense did not give up a score in the 2nd half.
They have held their opponents to 14 or less in 3 out of their last 4 games.
Connor Cupp lead the team with 7 tackles and a sack. Zack Tenny had 6 tackles and 3 sacks. Brandon Finch and Kyle Rinker both had 5 tackles.
The Rams had 4 sacks in the game.
The Rams have now scored 261 points on the season. That is 12th highest in Section V.  That is a average of 32.6
The Black shirts have given up 165. That is the 28th lowest n Section V. An average of 20.6
Coach Carroll got his 182 win. Putting him in a tie on the NYS all time wins list for 78th with former Herkimer Coach Elmer Morgan and Section 4 great Dick Hoover who coached at Vestal and is the Father of Jim Hoover former Walton Coach who is 4th on the all time wins list.
The next person on the the Section V and NYS all time wins list is former Cal Mum Coach Mike Monacelli at 186 wins.
The Carroll Crazies would love to see Wayne surpass Monacelli this year.
That would mean Bath won the NYS Class C title.
Connor DiDomineck has 917 rushing yards. 12 total TD's and 3 conversions
Tyler Fnch has 803 rushing yards and 12 total TD's and 3 conversions.
A great back and forth battle between these two Senior Running Backs for yards and TD's.
The last time the Rams had 2 Running Backs who went over a 1,000 yards was in 2008 when Andre McCloud went over 1400 and Cody Hutcheson went over 1300.
That Rams team won the Sectional Title and made it to the State Semi's.
Connor is around 200 yards shy of going over 3000 yards in his great career.
He has 50 all purpose TD's after Saturday's game.
Zack Tenny is 1 tackle shy of the 100 club.
The Rams are in their 4th straight Final 4. 5th out of the last 6th
The 4th seeded Bath Rams who are 6-2 take on the number 1 seed East Rochester/Gananda Bombers who are 7-1.
The Bombers are in their 6th straight Final 4. 7th out of the last 8
These two have meet the last 3 years running.
2014 in the Semi's at Webster Thomas. Bath won 51-19
2015 in the Title game at Sahlen Stadium. Bath won 40-30
Last year the top seeded Bombers beat the 4th seeded Rams in the Semi's at Cal Mum 14-8.
That day the Rams ran 44 times for 179 yards and a TD. 
Stefan "The Ordozer" Ordway had 23 carries for 113 yards in the game.
In the air the Rams were 9 for 16 for negative 10 yards.
Cam Cleveland for the Bombers Ran the ball 39 times for 171 yards and 2TD's.
The Rams had 4 starters leave the game with game ending injuries.
Yet the Rams had the ball at the end of the game with a chance to tie.
Last year ERG going into the game had scored 293 points. This year they have scored 292. So they were averaging 36 points per game and the Rams held them to 14. The lowest they had scored going into that game was 22. They scored 34 games in the Title game that they lost. So that was the lowest output all year long.
Coming into the game ERG has the 6th highest scoring team in Section V, and the 6th stingiest team in Section V.
Their Defense has gotten better each year since 2014.
In 2014. ERG gave up 226 in 9 games. 25 per game.
In 2015 they gave up 155 in 10 games 15.5 per game.
In 2016 they gave up 141 in 10 games. 14.1 per game
into this game they have given up 76. 9.5 per game.
ERG does not have all state Back Cam Cleveland this year. He had over 4000 yards and 56 TD's the last two years.
ERG is lead by their 4 year starting QB Patrick Shanley. He is 29-8 in his career.
In their last game he was 9 for 11 for 162 and 2TD's.
while the Bombers don't throw the ball like they once did. Shanley can make the passes when needed. If a defense stacks the box to stop the run. He can make them pay
Why teams stack the box is because of the 5'7 155 pound Running Back Jayden Castrechini
In the Bombers win over Mynderse he had 164 yards and 3 TDs.
In the first game of the year vs Newark he had 5TD's in the 1st half. 4 on the ground 1 in the air. He had 226 yards rushing against Midlakes.
In ERG's final game of the year Castrechini had 2 picks and 322 yards of total Offense in their win over Penn Yan. In another game he ran the ball 36 times for 125.
On the flip side. shanley has thrown the ball over 20 times. in a game. So they are not afraid to pound the rock or go to the air.
The Rams lead the all time series 4-2
1 and 0 in the regular season
3 and 2 in Sectionals
0 and 1 in the first round
2 and 1 in the Semi's
1 and 0 in the Finals
2003 The Rams beat ERG at Fauver Stadium 38 to 18.
In 2006 The 2nd Seeded Rams were were 6 and 1 lost to the 7th seeded Bombers who lived up to their name and threw the ball for a record amount of yards and won 41 to 15 in a huge upset.
In 2008 it was the night the lights went out in Bath. With the Rams trailing 21-14 but driving deep into ERG territory in the late part of the 4th quarter the lights went out and were not able to be restored that night.
They never finished that game and Bath won by forfeit.
2014 the Rams beat ERG in the Semi's at Webster Thomas 51-19. ERG jumped out to a 13 to nothing lead in that game. When it was all said and done players from both sides had been ejected.
In 2015 the Rams took a 32 to 8 lead into the 4th quarter of the Class C title game.
ERG made a furious comeback that came up short 40-30.
Then you had last year's hard hitting affair where the Rams came up short 14-8.
There is no love lose between these two teams.
Connor DiDomineck over the last 3 games has 25 carries for 153 yards and a TD.
Tyler Finch has 9 carries for 57 yards and a TD
The Rams average 33 points in the last 3 games while ERG averages 21.
Two great Coaches go at it on Saturday. ERG's Coach Dennis Greco has been an assitant at St. John Fisher and has coached in the Arena League. He is in his 25th and final season at ERG.
ERG has made it to 8 Finals since 1978 while Bath has made it to 8 as well.
ERG has won 4 titles. Bath has won 6.
Coach Carroll is 182-97.  Greco is 147-78-1  In the 1st round of sectionals Coach Carroll in his career is 13-8. Since 2000. Greco is 10-2. In Semi's Carroll is 9-5. Greco is 4-6. In title games. Carroll is 7-2. Greco is 1-3. The one win came in 2012 over Livonia 48-34. They have lost in the title game under Greco in 2000 as just ER against Cal Mum 8 to 6. In 2015 against Bath 40-30, and last year against Bishop Kearney 36-34. They also fell to Hornell 24 to 14 in 1987.
Wayne Carroll is 2nd on the Active wins list and 8th all time in Section V. Dennis Greco is 4th on the active wins list and 14th on the all time wins list.
He is 1 win behind former great coach at Livonia Steve Girolmo.
329 wins combined between the 2 coaches.
The Rams will hope their tough schedule will help them on Saturday.
We talked about Coach Carroll's dominance over FLAA teams.
ERG under Coach Greco is 15-10 against LCAA teams.
Against Hornell/Bath/Livonia/Cal Mum/LeRoy. The cream of the crop.
They are 5 and 7.  In Sectional play ERG is 5 and 7 vs LCAA teams.
Going into the game.
Bath's opponents combined record is 37 and 27. ERG's is 26-38.
Bath will play the 6th highest scoring Offense on Saturday. They have already faced the 1st and 2nd highest in Livonia and Hornell. along with the 16th Whitman team, the 19th Cuba Rushford team and the 20th Cal-Mum/BB team.
The Rams are 12th.
So out of the top 10 scoring teams the Rams will have faced 3 and out of the top 19 they will have faced 6 teams.
On Defense the Rams have played the 3rd and 4th best team in Livonia and Hornell. Also Cal Mum/BB at 10 and Letchworth Warsaw at 14. So Again the Rams will have faced on Saturday 4 top 10 Defense's and 5 out of the top 14.
ERG played three good teams
Geneva who they beat 21-18. Penn Yan who they beat 34 to 14 and Wayne who they lost to 11-6.
None of those teams advanced to the Semi's
Mean while Hornell/Livonia/Cal-Mum-Bb have all moved on to the Semi's
When all said and done. It will come down to who makes the least mistakes, who worked harder in the off season, who wants to keep playing and not hand in their equipment, and what coaching staff will come up with the best game plan and make adjustments from the last three meetings. 
One last side note. The Rams played at HFL last in 2015 in the Semi's. They beat LeRoy 44-0. That same day on that same field. ERG beat Lyons/Sodus 41 to 8.
Tune in for the Countdown To Kickoff show with the Coaches Corner at 2:15PM. On AM1380WABH, 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"

Rams Radio Report #7

The Rams' Report

Week 8

Friday Night the Rams traveled to the Doghouse and fell to the Livonia Bulldogs 36 to 0. 
It is the second straight loss to the Bulldogs. Last year it was 42-6. Livonia has outscored Bath the last two years 78-6.
The Rams are now 11 and 10 all time under Coach Carroll against Livonia and 5 and 6 at the Doghouse. This is the 5th time Livonia has shut out the Rams.
Bath has shut out Livonia 6 times.
So 11 out of the 21 games. Somebody has been held scoreless.
The Rams have scored 362 points in the 21 games. An average of 17.2. While Livonia has scored 360. An average of 17.1
At Livonia Bath has scored 172 points. an average of 15.6. While the Bulldogs have scored 213. An average of 19.3.
Yet the average margin of victory in all of those games is 21.2
Livonia improves to 6 and 1. The Rams held Livonia to their second lowest scoring output of the year. Hornell held Livonia to 35.
6 of the 36 points came on a fumble recovery and return for a TD.
So the Livonia Offense only scored 4 TD's in the game. 
Pretty good for the Black Shirt Defense which was facing the highest scoring team in Section V. Averaging just over 47 points per game.
Livonia also has the 3rd stingiest team n Section V with their 49 points allowed. They have 4 shut outs. That is the most in Section V.
The Bulldogs are the 2 seed in Class B. It was a big win for the Bulldogs. They are now on the opposite side of the brackets from Batavia and Hornell.
Both teams have gotten the better of the Bulldogs in past sectional play.
Livonia is looking to go to their 6 title game in the last 9 years. 5 in the last 7 and 3 out of the last 4.
John Gammon is now 29 and 7 at Livonia in his 4 years.
The Rams ran the ball 40 times for 155 yards.
Tyler Fnch lead the team with 17 carries and 72 yards. C. DiDomineck had 9 carries for 36 yards and Noah Hockaday had 6 carries for 21 yards.
Hockaday completed one pass for 7 yards.
On Defesne the Black Shirts were lead by Trevor Boss with 6 tackles and a fumble recovery.
B. Finch, D. Rickard and S. Walden all had 5 tackles.
Brody Brotz had 4 tackles and a Sack
The Rams D had a interpecption and a fumble recovery.
The Rams were held to their lowest rushing and total offensive output of the year.
The Rams have not been shut out since Week 5 of the 2013 season. That is 41 games ago
The only two losses come to Livonia and Hornell this year. The number 1 and 2 highest scoring teams and the 3rd and 5th stingiest D's in Section V.
Bath is now 5 and 2 and the 4th seed in Sectionals.
The Rams will host the 5th seeded Marcus Whitman  Wildcats who are also 5 and 2.
Whitman is out of the Finger Lakes West. They came in 3rd. Behind Clyde Savannah and Red Jacket. The only two losses they had this year. 
Coach Carroll at Bath is 3 and 1 against Whitman.
The last time these two played was in the CF Bowl Title game in 2013. The Rams traveled to Rushville. After a slow start. The Rams pulled away with a 51-13 victory. In that game the Rams ran the ball 54 times for 370 yards and 6TD's. The Defense had 1 interception and 3 fumble recoveries.
The last time Whitman came to Bath was on a Saturday Week 1 of the 2000 season. Bath won that game. 23 to 12
The only loss Coach Carroll has against Whitman is from 1997 in the Sectional Semi Finals. When the Wildcasts won 20-14.
In the 4 games the Rams have scored 129 points. An average of 32.25 points. Whitman has scored 46 points. An average of 11.5 points.
The Rams average margin of victory in this series is 29.6 points per game.
The Rams have scored 225 points this year. An average of 32.14 points per game. That is good for 13th highest in Section V.
Whitman has scored 226. That is an average of 32.28. They are 12th in Section V.
On the Defensive side of the ball. The Rams have given up 151 points. An average of 21.57. Which makes them 33rd in Points Against. Whitman has given up 140 points. An average of 20 per game. They are 30th in Section V.
DiDomineck has over 2600 rushing yards, Finch has over 2100 rushing yards in his career. Ordway has over 1100 rushing yards in his career.
So the backfield has run for over 6000 yards combined and 87 rushing TD's.
If you include QB Hockaday and all purpose TD's
The backfield has 97 TD's and 678 points.
The O line has blocked for 294 running plays for 2195 yards this year and 28 rushing TD's.
That is an average of 313 yards and game and 4 rushing TD's and a per carry average of 7.46.
Coach Carroll is 12 and 8 in the 1st round of sectionals. He is also 25 and 12 vs FLAA teams. He is 9 and 1 in the regular season. The only loss coming in his first year. Week 2 of the 1992 season when the Rams lost to Dundee.
He is 4 and 3 in Pool Play against FLAA teams and 12-8 vs FLAA teams in sectionals. 
In the last 25 games against FLAA teams. The Rams are 19-6. The only losses coming to ERG twice, Geneva twice and then Midlakes in Pool Play in 2005 and Wayne in Pool Play in 1999.
The Rams have been dominant on Saturday's. In their last 20 games played on Saturday. Home or away. 16-4.
With a win on Saturday over Whitman. The Rams would advance to their 4th straight Semi Final game and 5 out of the last 6.
That has only happened once before under Coach Carroll going to 4 straight Semi's. From '93 to "96.
You can hear the game on Saturday starting at 12:15PM with the Countdown To Kickoff show with the Coaches Corner. On the radio at 1380 WABH. 100.3FM. Online at 1380wabh.com, and with our FREE tunein app. Just download the app and look up "Hometown Bath".

Rams Radio Report #6

The Rams' Report

Week 7

Last Saturday it was Senior/Parents Day at Bath Haverling and the Seniors had a super day.
The Rams beat the Wellsville Lions 48-13.
The Rams improved to 5 and 1. Wellsville dropped to 1 and 5
They Ran the ball 42 times for 409 yards and 6 rushing TD's.
The Rams imposed their will moving the ball at wil thru out the game.
The Rams only threw the bal once and once again did not have to punt.
Senior #33 Tyler Finch had a superb day.
He carried the ball 16 times for 137 yards and 3TD.
He also had a 83 yards Kickoff return with no time life on the clock at the end of the game.
Which possibly could have been his last play on his home field.
The Rams needed a win and for Red Jacket to beat Marcus Whitman later that day.
Tyler helped the Rams do their part and get the W.
Red Jacket later that day beat Marcus Whitman 30-18.
So that guaranteed the Rams a home sectional game.
Connor DiDomineck had 12 carries for 102 yards and a TD.
Connor Cupp had 5 carries for 82 yards and a TD
Stefan Ordozer had 5 carries for 80 yards and a TD.
It's a good day when your Fullbacks combine for 10 carries for 162 yards and 2TD's.
Once again the O line of B. Brotz,C. Rumsey,S. Walden, L.Narby, and A. Northrup along with TE's T. Boss, C. Knowles and D. Rickard opened up huge gashing holes.
The Defense for the second straight week only gave up one score late in the game when the outcome was already determined.
The other score came on a fumble on a Punt Return by the Rams that gave the Lions their first score of the game.
The black Shirt Defense was lead by Brandon Finch. He had 14 tackles and 3 fumble recoveries.
Seth Walden had 11 tackles and Connor Cupp had 10 and 1 sack.
Senior's Zack Tenny, Trevor Boss and Tyler McGlynn each had 5.
As for leaders thru week 6.
C. DiDomineck still leads the team in rushhing yards with 746. He has 10 all purpose TD's on the season.
T. Finch has 634 rushing yards and 11 overall TD's
Stefan Ordway has 302 yards rushing and 4TD's
Connor Cupp has 203 yards and 3TD's
B. Finch leads the team in tackles with 47. Followed by his Linebacking partner Seth Walden with 33 and then DE Zack Tenny with 31 and DT Connur Cupp with 30.
As far as Career Stats.
C. DiDomineck surpassed 2500 rushing yards. He is around 350 yards shy of 3,000.
He has 47 all purpose TD's and over 300 points.
Last Saturday T. Fnch went over 2100 yards rushing in his career.
He has 28 total TD's. Only 4 points away from 200 points in his career.
Stefan Ordway has over 1100 yards in his career and 17 TD's. Just 3 shy of 20 and he has 110 points.
Zack Tenny is just 9 tackles short of 100 in his career.
Connor Cupp has 61 career tackles.
Coach Carroll got his 181st victory. Tying him for 78th all time in NYS with Ernie Craumer who coached at Corning Free and retired in 1953.
With his next win. coach Carroll will tie Former Vestal Coach Dick Hoover who retired in 1976, and Elmer Morgan former Herkimer caoch who retired in 1955.
Up next in Section V is Hall of Famer and former Cal Mum Coach Mike Monacelli who has 186 wins.
The Rams head to the Dog house on Friday night to take on the 5 and 1 Livonia Bulldogs.
Since 1992 The Rams lead the series 11 to 9.  They have won the last 2 out of 3. The last 3 out of 5 and the last 6 out of ten.
2 years ago. the Rams traveled to the Dog house and beat Livonia for the League title 37-6.
Last year Livonia came to town with revenge on their mind. The Bulldogs beat Bath 42-6.
In the last 10 games only 3 games have been one score games.
One more was a 2 score game.
The Rams are 1-2  since 1998 in one score games against Livonia
2-3 since 1998 in two score games against Livonia and 3 score games the Rams are 6 and 4.
The Rams have shut out Livonia 6 times. The Livonia has shut out Bath 4 times. 
So 10 of the 20 games have been decided by 3TDS's or more and 10 out of the 20 games somebody has been shut out.
The Rams are 5 and 5 at the Dog house.
Overall in the 20 games.
the Rams average 18.1 points.  Livonia averages 16.2
In the 10 games at the Dog house the Rams have scored 172 points and Livonia has scored 177.
Yet those 10 games have been decided by a combined 198 points. That is an average margin of victory of 19.8 per game at the Dog house.
The Bath Rams are 1-2 against Livonia in Week 7 games. The last time they played in Week 7 was 2004.
Friday Night Defense beware.
Livonia is the highest scoring offense in Section V with 284 points. That is good for an average of 47.3 points per game. The Rams are 6th in Scoring with 225. That is 37 points per game. So the two teams have scored over 500 points combined already this year.
Livonia is 3rd in fewest points allowed with 49. Hornell scored 35 of those. Bath is 28th with 115.
Both Livonia and Bath lost to Hornell 35-14.
Livonia gave up 150 yards on the ground to Hornell.  The Rams gave up 174.
However, Hornell burned both thru the air.  138 yards and 4TD's against Livonia and 195 and 3TD's against Bath.
In Common Opponents which includes Hornell/Wellsville/Dansville.
Livonia has scored 118 points. Bath has scored 111. Livonia has given up 35 and Bath has given up 76.
Livonia scored 400 points last year.
So this could be a high scoring game. Livonia is very fast and has a really good passing attack. Two things Coach Carroll says are weak links in his football team at this point. Speed and pass defense.
The Rams will need to get pressure on the Bulldogs QB. Bath has 7 sacks on the season, 5 Fumble recoveries and 2 Interceptions.
The Black Shirts need to do all 3 of those. Sack the QB. Force fumbles and get a pick or two on Defense.
Livonia gave up 150 yards on the ground to Hornell.  The Rams gave up 174.
However, Hornell burned both thru the air.  138 yards and 4TD's against Livonia and 195 and 3TD's against Bath.
These two programs have 10 sectional titles combined. 6 for Bath and 4 for Livonia.
Their last Title came in 1993.
The Bulldogs have been so close since 2009.
The Bulldogs have made it to the Section V Title game 5 out of the last 8 years. 4 out of the last 6, and 2 out of the last 3.
Lossing to Batavia in the title game in 2014,2015 and losing to Batavia in the Semi's last year.
John Gammon is in his 5th year at Livonia and has a record of 28-7
Coach Carroll is 2 and 1 against Gammon.
Will this be a close game like in 2013 when Bath lost at Livonia 20 to 14 or in 2012 when Bath beat Livonia 15 to 14  
Or another blow out like the last two years.
Tune into the Rams Radio Network on Friday night as the 5-14 Rams take on the 5-1 Livonia Bulldogs. 2nd place in D1 on the line and both teams playing for playoff position.
the Countdown to Kickoff show with the Coaches Corner starts at 6:40PM. On AM1380WABH, 100.3FM. Streaming online at 1380wabh.com and with our FREE tunein app. Just download the app to any mobile device and look up "Hometown Bath"

Rams Radio Report #5

Rams Report

Week 6

Going into last Friday Night's game. The last time the Rebel's from
Cuba Rushford beat the Rams was in 1991. By a score of 42 to 7.
That year the Rebel's won a Sectional Title.
The Rams went 2-5-1 that year.
Then Coach Carroll came to town.
That is still the last time the Rams lost to the Rebel's.
As the Rams beat Cuba Rushford in front of a big homecoming crowd in
Cuba 46 to 7.

46 points is the most points under Coach Carroll the Rams have scored
against CR. The Rams under Coach Carroll are still yet to give up more
than 12 points in a game to CR.
The Rams are now 9-0 against CR and 5-0 at Cuba.
Under the leadership of Coach Carroll.

The DiDominator, Connor DiDomineck had a great night. 7 carries for
175 yards  and 3TD's. That is a average of 25 yards per carry.

On the season Connor has over 600 yards on the ground and 9TD's
leading the team in both categories.

Connor now has over 2500 yards rushing, 40 rushing TD's, and over 300
points in his career.

Connor Cupp ran the ball 4 times for 69 yards. An average of 17.25 per carry.
Cupp had a rushing TD. Two conversion runs and two extra point kicks.

Stefan the Steamroller had 5 carries for 42 yards with a conversion run.
Stefan the Steamroller Ordway hit 100 points in his career with his
two point conversion.
Tyler Finch had 5 carries 35 yards and 2 TD's.

The Rams ran the ball 31 times for 339 yards and 6TD's.
For the second time this year the Rams did not have to attempt a pass
and for the 3rd time this year did not have to punt.

The Defense played it's best game off the year.
Lead by our DJ's Flamingo Player Of The Game Linebacker Brandon Finch.
He had 11 tackles and a sack. Brandon leads the Black shirt Defense
with 33 tackles.

Zach Tenny and Seth Walden had 5. Tyler McGlynn and Connor DiDomineck
had 4 each.
Cupp, Kaden Adams, Hockaday, Hess, Herrick, Boss, Sabbins, and Rickard
all had 3 tackles each. Rickard also had a interception.

The Rams have ran 227 plays this year for 1816 yards and 24TD. 22 on
the ground and 2 in the air

That is an average of 45.4 plays per game and 363.2 yards per game.
4.8TD's per game.

The Running Rams have totted the ball 211 times for 1630 yards and 22TD's
For an average of 42.2 carries and 326 yards per carry and 4.4TD's per game.
That is a average of 7.7 yards per carry.

So the Hogmollies up front have opened some great holes
B. Brotz,C. Rumsey, S. Walden, C. Cupp, A. Northrup along with Tight
Ends T. Boss, D. Rickard, B. Hess, and C. Knowles.

The Rams are who are 4 and 1. Third in the LCAA D1 and going into this
weekend's action the 4th seed in Class C will host the 1 and 4
Wellsville Lions in their last Regular Sseason home game.

The Rams are the 6th highest scoring team in Section V with their 177
points. An average of 35.4 per game. While The Lions are 65th in
Scoring with 42. An average of 8.4 per game.
The Rams are 30th in Points Against with the 102 points they have
surrenders. That is 20.4 per game.
The Lions are 58th with 147 points. A average of 29.4 per game.

Last year the rams beat Wellsville Week 7 in Bath 49 to 7.
The Lions finished 1 and 7 last year.

The Rams have won the last 3 games by a score of 157-19.

The Rams hold the series lead since 1992 12 to 4.
The Rams are 7 and 1 at home against Wellsville.

The last time the Rams lost to Wellsville was 27-0 at Wellsville in
week 5 of the 2013 season.

The Rams have shut out the Lions 6 times.
The Rams have been shut out once.

The Rams average 28.6 points per contest against the Lions.
While Wellsville averages 10.8 per contest against the Rams.

A win will ensure a Sectional birth but a home game will be still up in the air.

Tune in for the Countdown To Kickoff show with the Coaches Corner at
12:45PM on Saturday. On AM1380 WABH, 100.3. Streaming online at
1380wabh.com, and with our FREE Mobile app. Just download the Tunein
app and look up "Hometown Bath"


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