KATONAH, N.Y. -- The Harvey School football team opened its season Saturday with a 27-8 loss to Dwight-Englewood of New Jersey.
The D.E. Bulldogs (2-0) got on the board in the first quarter when Dan Terry carried the ball for a 10-yard touchdown and then quarterback Zach Rosen hit wide receiver Dan Reiff on a 22-yard pass play to open a 14-0 lead.
Harvey's defense shut down the Bulldogs in the second and third quarters to keep the game close at 14-0.
Harvey's junior quarterback Wil Levanthal hit Andrew D'Alessandro with a touchdown pass in the third quarter for the Cavaliers only score. Levanthal then made the two-point conversion on a pass to Ricky Hicks.
The Cavaliers' hopes of a late-game comeback were spoiled when Dwight-Englewood scored in the fourth quarter to stretch its lead to 27-8.
Senior fullback Sharif Koonce played well and helped the Cavaliers move the ball in the second half.
The Cavaliers hit the road next Friday to play Avon Old Farms School.
From a report by Chris DelCampo/Harvey School Sports.
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