The Binghamton Patriots downed rival Union-Endicott in High School Football tonight 34-27 at Alumni Stadium in Binghamton.  The win puts Binghamton's record at 4-1 while the Tigers drop to 2-3.

Binghamton drew first blood in the game when quarterback Dan Jeffrey scored on a 19-yard run to make it 6-0.  Daniel Sellepack carried in the  two-point conversion try and made it 8-0 patriots.

C.J. Krowiak grabbed a 54-yard touchdown pass from Joey Orlando to cut the lead to two points.  Orlando's quarterback keeper came up short and the try for the tie failed.  Sammy Davis scored from the 11-yard line and with Krowiak's two-point conversion made it 14-8 at the half.

Sellepack scored a three-yard touchdown with 7:33 left in the third quarter and with Alex Boychuk's extra point the Pats were up 15-14.Amman Weaver added two more TD's and Binghamton was ahead 34-21 before U-E's Sammy Davis snared an 18-year touchdown pass from Orlando to close out the scoring.

U-E tried an onside kick following the Davis score but Binghamton was able to get possession and kill the clock to preserve the victory.