2017 Game By Game Season Review

Campus Magnet 14
Brooklyn Tech 12
Jelani Lewin rushed for a touchdown and Michael Marcovici threw a touchdown to Sebastian Garcia.  Campus Magnet scored a touchdown on a muffed punt and drove for the winning score with less than a minute remaining in the fourth quarter.
Flushing 40
Brooklyn Tech  26
Despite a 20-6 halftime lead, the Engineers were unable to hold off the Red Devils in the second half.  Marcovici threw for 157 yards with 3 receptions each for Ned Stimpson and Ifaz Uddin and a touchdown reception for Sebastian Garcia.  Lucas Christie had 95 yards rushing and 48 receiving. Charles Dovey had 2 tackles for loss and a forced fumble on a Marcovici interception that was recovered and returned by Marcovici for a touchdown.
Curtis 49
Brooklyn Tech 14
The defending City Champion Curtis Warriors scored on their first offensive play of the game when Quincy Barnes hit Amad Anderson on a long reception.  Michael Marcovici threw two touchdowns to Ned Stimpson, making three straight games with a touchdown pass. Jelani Lewin registered 7 tackles and Alex Gardner had 6.  Roman Vasyltsiv had two PATs.
Brooklyn Tech 31
Boys High 12
The Adam J. Cirillo Classic Homecoming Game pitted Tech against longtime rival Boys and Girls High School.  The Engineers hit on all cylinders both offensively and defensively.  Marcovici threw for 4 touchdowns on 7 completions to Ned Stimpson, Ifaz Uddin, Justin Green and Sebastian Garcia. Shafia Langford had 4 tackles, 1 for loss, and a sack.  While D’Avian Clayton had 5 tackles, two for loss and a sack.
Truman 16
Brooklyn Tech 12
In another Sunday game, Brooklyn Tech traveled to the Bronx to take on the Spartans.  In a tight game throughout, the Engineers appeared to score the game winning touchdown when Marcovici found Ned Stimpson on a post in the final minute, but it was ruled an incomplete pass.  Koby Lee averaged six yards per carry rushing.  Marcovici  threw touchdown passes to Stimpson and Uddin. Jelani Lewin had seven tackles and an interception, while Justin Green had nine tackles and D’Avian Clayton had six.
Midwood 46
Brooklyn Tech 8
Brooklyn Tech took on Midwood on a Friday night and had success early in the game on offense.  Quarterback Michael Marcovici scored a rushing touchdown and caught the 2 point conversion on a trick play from Alexander Gardner.  Sebastian Garcia registered a sack.
Port Richmond 38
Brooklyn Tech 8
After a one hour delay, the Engineers came out flat and were unable to keep pace with the Red Raiders.  Justin Martinez had two catches and Jelani Lewin had 5 tackles.
Brooklyn Tech 16
Carnarsie 12
On Senior Day, the Engineers came out and played inspired football, still reeling from a controversial loss at Canarsie in 2016.  Marcovici and Koby Lee (touchdown) led the way rushing the ball and Marcovici connected with Ned Stimpson for a 33 yard touchdown pass.  The win put Brooklyn Tech in the chase for the final playoff spot in the City Championship division.
Brooklyn Tech 30
JFK 28
The Engineers season came down to a Friday night showdown against JFK high school in the Bronx.  In a back and forth game that had several lead changes, Michael Marcovici (who would be named PSAL Scholar-Athlete of the Week for his efforts) converted a 4th & 12, which led to a touchdown.  The game was tied at the end of regulation and would go into overtime. Brooklyn Tech would start on defense.
In the first overtime, the teams traded scores and two point conversions, with Marcovici finding Stimpson on a quick slant.  In the second overtime, Jelani Lewin scored on the first play and Tech followed up with the 2 point.  After JFK scored on their offensive series, it would come down to a two point conversion to tie.  The Brooklyn Tech defense held strong and the engineers won this double-overtime thriller. After waiting two days for the rest of the schedule to play out, Brooklyn Tech was the 12th seed in the City Championship division playoffs.DSC00648
Tottenville 38
Brooklyn Tech 22
Brooklyn Tech came out strong in this playoff matchup of the PSAL Championship Division’s 5th and 12th seed.  The Engineers battled to within four points at the half (14-18) after unleashing a lethal passing attack that included a long touchdown pass from Marcovici to Ned Stimpson.  Marcovici and Stimpson would both go on to have their best offensive games of their careers at Brooklyn Tech. Stimpson’s 9 catches for 152 yards is the best single game performance by a receiver at Brooklyn Tech in over ten years, regular season or playoffs.  Marcovici’s offense performance (passing – 19/34, 234 yards, rushing – 14 carries/100 yards) was a career best and the most single game completions, passing yards and total yards by a player in over 10 years.
Week 1
Wagner 22
Brooklyn Tech 0
Week 2 – Cancelled Due to Weather
 Week 3
Brooklyn Tech 30
Boys 0
Week 4
Truman 20
Brooklyn Tech 6
 Week 5
Midwood 40
Brooklyn Tech 0
 Week 6
Port Richmond 20
Brooklyn Tech 16
 Week 7
Brooklyn Tech 30
Canarsie 0
 Week 8
JFK 20
Brooklyn Tech 0
 Week 9
South Shore 40
Brooklyn Tech 0

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