Bills try to tame the Bengals...Dunkirk falls to Chenango Forks...and the Sabres get past the Penguins in a shootout. Greg Larson has more details on today's Sunday Sports Update...
Sunday Sports Update
Top: Dunkirk High School's Dontrell Clemons breaks away for a 78-yard touchdown run in the 4th quarter of Saturday's New York State Class B semifinal against Chenango Forks. Unfortunately for the Marauders, that was their only touchdown of the game, as they lost 41-8 to the Blue Devils at Cicero-North Syracuse High School. Dunkirk ends its most successful football season ever with a record of 9-3. Photo by the Buffalo News
Bottom left: The Buffalo Bills have had issues in their secondary this season, and today, these two Bengals will look to exploit that weakness. Quarterback Andy Dalton's favorite target for Cincinnati has been A.J. Green, who leads the AFC with 964 receiving yards. Containing the dynamic receiver will be a key for the Bills, who are coming off a bye week, to get the victory in Cincinnati and get back to the .500 mark. Photo by USA Today
Bottom right: Buffalo Sabres goalie Anders Nilsson makes one of his 42 saves in net on Saturday against the Pittsburgh Penguins at the KeyBank Center. Nilsson allowed only a 3rd-period Penguins goal and stopped all three shots he faced in the shootout, as the Sabres defeated the Penguins by a 2-1 score. Photo by the Buffalo News