The Spirit Trophy is HOME


Warwick Varsity football defeated the Goshen Gladiators 20 – 6 before a crowd

of over 3000 at Goshen HS Saturday September 11. The win returns the Spirit Trophy to

Wildcat Country as part of the history and tradition of the second longest running football

rivalry in New York State.

Warwick’s defense was led by “44” Jake Durie with 16 tackles. Justin Hurd and Skyler

Rodriguez both had interceptions for the Wildcats and Adam Miller recovered a fumble forced

by Durie. Outstanding defense was led by the defensive line of Max Kruger, Alex Negersmith,

Matt Amaturo, DJ Madura, Kyle Sass, Jacob Gibel, Devin Kick, Kieran Currao and many other

contributors. Kicker Drew Borner contributed 2 Touchbacks and was 2 for 2 on extra points.

Offensive highlights include a Nick DiMarco to Ryan McLaughlin 68 yard TD pass, Dan

Thorson 42 yard TD run and a Dimarco rushing TD. The Wildcats rushed for 135 yards on 18

carries behind outstanding offensive line play by junior center Joe Santiago, junior guards Jacob

Gibel, Tim Wilbur, junior tackle Christian Felix and senior tackles Dan Robledo and Aidan

Corrigan.

Warwick returns home Friday September 17 th vs the Washingtonville Wizards (Youth

Football Night) and are scheduled for a 7 PM kick – off. Youth players are encouraged to wear

their jerseys and cheer uniforms to the game. Go Wildcats!

Pictured: Wildcats pose for picture after the game with the Spirit Trophy. Thank you Warwick

Police and Fire Department for their continued support with the Spirit Trophy Parade through

town following win!

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