Tuesday, September 30, 2014

HS Football Week 4: Winners & Losers

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We've crossed the halfway point and are making our way towards the end of the season now.  13 teams remain undefeated at this point in the season, however, at least two of those 13 teams will experience their first loss of the season before the weekend is done.

Let's take our weekly look at the teams that helped themselves this past week, and those who put their playoff hopes on thin ice.

CLASS AA
WINNERS: 
Shenendehowa Plainsmen (4-0) - In a rivalry game against a good squad, the Shenendehowa Plainsmen not only beat the Saratoga Springs Blue Streaks, they stole the Streaks thunder and electrified their season, and their chances of being the #1 seed in the Empire Division.  The Plainsmen have Ballston Spa this Thursday, whose only win came against winless Albany, the Plainsmen's Week 6 opponent.  They finish the season with another one-win team that has only beaten Albany in Guilderland.

LOSERS:
Colonie Garnet Raiders (2-2) - The Garnet Raiders dropped a 39-14 decision to previously winless LaSalle, dropping their record to 2-2.  The Garnet Raiders appeared to bounce back nicely after falling to Shenendehowa in Week 2 with their win against Columbia, but fell apart against LaSalle.  But granted, LaSalle's playing some good ball now as they narrowly lost to Bethlehem in the closing minutes last week and now this win against Colonie.

WEEK #5 GAMES TO WATCH:
LaSalle (1-3) at Shaker (3-1) - Thursday, 7PM: As noted above, the Cadets are playing good football right now and could find themselves in the thick of the race for #2 in the Liberty Division with a win over the Blue Bison.  But the Shaker Blue Bison would like to still fight for #1, and would set up a battle for the top seed with Bethlehem next week with a win on Thursday Night.

CLASS A
WINNERS:
Bishop Maginn Golden Griffins (4-0) - The Golden Griffins made the best of their yardage, spoiling Averill Park's homecoming with their 22-15 win.  Joe Grasso's squad has grown since last year's, already exceeding the number of wins the 2012 and 2013 squads had combined.  They've survived one of their three key tests, next up is Troy.

South Glens Falls Bulldogs (1-3) - The South Glens Falls Bulldogs have a monkey off their back, winning their first game in 20 tries and ending their 19 game losing streak, which thanks to Newfield winning on Thursday night, was the longest active streak in New York State.  With that said, the winning streak is likely to cease at one game with Burnt Hills this week and Queensbury next week, but it's good not to see South Glens Falls on the list of active losing streaks.

LOSERS:
Scotia Tartans (2-2) - The Scotia Tartans make this list not because of what the loss to Queensbury means for their season, but for how the Tartans came up empty after closing the gap to three points with eight minutes to play in the second quarter.  Two quick touchdowns late in the quarter, including Brett Rodriguez's option pass to Erik Wettersten in the final play of the half, gave the Spartans a commanding 33-17 lead, and the Tartans had no answers for it.  The Tartans are still good to make the playoffs with wins over South Glens Falls and Gloversville with only Green Tech left to play, giving them a good shot at the Northwest's #3 seed.

WEEK #5 GAMES TO WATCH:
Bishop Maginn (4-0) at Troy (3-1) - Friday, 7PM: Two obstacles are keeping the Bishop Maginn Golden Griffins from the Southeast Division's #1 seed, one of them being Troy.  The Troy Flying Horses haven't dazzled in their two wins, doing enough to get by Averill Park and Mohonasen.  The winner here should be guaranteed a home date come Week 8.

CLASS B
WINNERS:
Schalmont Sabres (4-0) - The Schalmont Sabres made a statement to the rest of the state that they are arguably the best Class B team in Eastern New York with their win over the Class A Burnt Hills Spartans.  The Spartans made it a contest late by scoring 21 points unanswered after falling behind 34-7, but in the end, the Sabres were able to make the defensive stop they needed to preserve the victory to set up a battle of the unbeaten in the Reinfurt Division this Friday.

Johnstown Sir Bills (3-1) - The Johnstown Sir Bills have gone 5-36 in the last five years, with four of those five wins coming from last year's squad that went 4-5.  The last time Johnstown saw a winning record was in 1995, when they finished 7-2.  And they haven't seen the playoffs since 2003, when they were knocked off in the first round by Ravena.  But all of that could be coming to an end as the Sir Bills are now two wins away from a winning record, and potentially one win away from scoring a playoff berth.  It won't be easy the next two weeks, with Broadalbin-Perth waiting this week and next week hosting Ravena.

LOSERS:
Cobleskill-Richmondville Bulldogs (1-3) - The Bulldogs needed a win badly last Friday against Johnstown and failed to produce, and now finds their playoff hopes hanging on by a thinning thread that needs a bunch of outside help in order to not be trimmed.  In order to make sectionals, the Bulldogs will need to win the rest of the way, plus have Glens Falls and Broadalbin-Perth lose the rest of their conference games, which would tie Cobleskill with Broadalbin-Perth in the standings, but would advance on the head-to-head over Broadalbin-Perth as the two teams meet in Week 6.

WEEK #5 GAMES TO WATCH:
Ravena (4-0) at Schalmont (4-0) - Friday, 7PM: Even before the season began, people had this date circled on the calendar.  Ravena has met up with Schalmont in each of the last four postseasons, with Schalmont winning all four of them.  Add the 13-12 non-conference win in 2009, and that makes five straight wins for the Sabres over Ravena.  But now these two teams face each other in the same division, and first place is on the line.

Johnstown (3-1) at Broadalbin-Perth (2-2) - Friday, 7PM: Broadalbin-Perth has played two difficult opponents in Schuylerville and Hoosick Falls, but won't get a breather here as Johnstown comes to town with a chance to snatch away a potential #2 seed.  As noted above, a win for Johnstown could push them into sectionals for the first time in 11 years, and put them 1 win away from their first winning season in 19 years.

Hudson Falls (2-2) at Glens Falls (2-2) - Friday, 7PM: The Jug Game between these two teams is accelerated by both teams needing a win to help their playoff chances, which that need could be emphasized even more if Broadalbin-Perth beats Johnstown, resulting in three teams sitting at two divisional wins.  Hudson Falls needs it more, having already yielded a game to Johnstown, but Glens Falls still has to face Schuylerville.

CLASS C
WINNERS:
Fonda-Fultonville Braves (3-1): The Fonda-Fultonville Braves made a big statement and basically ensured that Week 6's game against the Coxsackie-Athens Indians will determine the Southern Division title with their 56-6 win over Chatham.  The lone loss for the Braves was in Week 1, when they lost to Westhill at the Carrier Dome in a hard-fought effort.

Coxsackie-Athens Indians (4-0): Let's face it, the Indians are gelling on both offense and defense, outscoring their opponents 114-6 during the four weeks of the season.  The Indians have never trailed, and never had to hit the panic button yet.  They still have two challenges ahead, with Greenwich this week and Fonda next week, but it's almost safe to say Coxsackie-Athens will be among the eight teams playing a Sectional Quarterfinal game come Week 8.

Corinth Tomahawks (3-1): The Greenwich Witches had started 3-0, but have done so against the likes of Granville, Stillwater and Lake George, a combined 0-9 entering Week 4.  Corinth trailed early, but got it back and rolled away to the 37-14 victory, setting up a battle for first place in the North Division with the Hoosick Falls Panthers this Friday.

LOSERS: 
Chatham Panthers (2-2): It seems odd to put the Chatham Panthers on this list, but Saturday's blowout loss to the Braves now has their twelve straight season Sectional appearance streak in jeopardy.  The Panthers have two winnable divisional games on their schedule, but need help from Fonda and Coxsackie's foes in order to save themselves from the Wild Card microscope for the final two berths.

WEEK #5 GAMES TO WATCH:
Corinth (3-1) at Hoosick Falls (4-0) - Friday, 7PM: Corinth has an extra day of rest after the referee issue forced the delay of the Broadalbin-Perth/Hoosick Falls game, and will need a strong offensive effort to put an end to the Panthers streak.  This is the last divisional game for the Tomahawks, whereas the Hoosick Falls Panthers wrap up their season against Greenwich and Granville.  Corinth can clinch the top spot in the Northern Division with the win.

Coxsackie-Athens (4-0) at Greenwich (3-1) - Friday, 7PM: It doesn't get any easier for the Witches, who now has to face a team that has yielded all of six points during the first four weeks of the season.  The turnover bug bit Greenwich last Friday at Corinth, and will need to control their mistakes against a team that has been exploiting them all season long.

CLASS D
WINNERS:
Hoosic Valley Indians (4-0): The Hoosic Valley Indians look like this will be the last year they play as a Class C squad playing down in competition.  This wasn't as easy as their Week 2 win over Fort Edward, but the Indians clawed their way to victory over Canajoharie for their first 4-0 start in program history.  The Indians have never made the playoffs, and won't again this year, but it's safe to say that the Indians will become a team to watch under Coach Porcelli.

LOSERS:
Rensselaer Rams (2-2): It's hard to pick a loser in a seven team division, especially in a week when the teams who should win do, and those who you figure will lose do as well.  This week the losers are the Rensselaer Rams, but only because injuries forced the Rams to pull out of their scheduled contest against Sullivan West down at Dietz Stadium.

WEEK #5 GAMES TO WATCH:
ALL OF THEM - Seriously.  All three games that are on the schedule for Class D this week are must-watch games, each for their own special reason.  So let's look at each of them.

Cambridge/Salem Indians (4-0) at Whitehall Railroaders (4-0) - Saturday, 1PM: The Whitehall Railroaders average just short of 50 points per game, topping the Warrensburg Burghers 42-14 in their latest win.  The Railroaders are going to be tried the rest of the way, with no bigger of a challenge coming by the way of the Cambridge/Salem Indians this Saturday.  The Cambridge/Salem Indians only needed a couple of plays before jumping out to the early lead against the Flying Forts, winning easily 54-0.  The Indians have allowed 12 points all season.  The winner of this game has the upper path to the Class D's #1 seed, and for Whitehall, a win makes the last two divisional games against Hoosic Valley and Rensselaer a little less stressful.

Rensselaer Rams (2-2) at Hoosic Valley Indians (4-0) - Saturday, 1PM: Like with Whitehall, Hoosic Valley's challenge begins with three straight games against the other top teams of Class D.  Rensselaer had a week off to recover from nagging injuries, and needs a win to help stay alive in the playoff chase.  Hoosic Valley has a chance to prove themselves here.

Canajoharie Cougars (1-3) at Fort Edward/Argyle Flying Forts (0-4) - Saturday, 1PM: Fort Edward is done with the top teams of Class D, and now might have a chance to pick up their first win as a combined program.  And they're going to need to if they want to remain in the playoff chase.  Canajoharie can potentially set things up so that Week 7's game between Fort Edward and Warrensburg is just for team pride, as a win will clinch the Cougars a playoff spot and eliminate both Fort Edward and Warrensburg.

Monday, September 29, 2014

Thoughts from the Press Box: Cohoes at Glens Falls

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The Glens Falls Indians won their Week 4 game
against the Cohoes Tigers 40-20.
GLENS FALLS - Entering the half, I felt nervous for the hometown Glens Falls Indians.

They had surrendered a 12 point lead.  Shelton Alston was starting to blow through holes on the line for decent gains, leading to the Cohoes Tigers first score.

Then after the Indians had a chance to extend their lead before the half, the Tigers forced a turnover on downs inside their own 10 yard line.  With 50 seconds left on the clock, the Tigers had the Indians beat down field, leading to Shelton Alston's touchdown reception from Brandon LaForrest in a drive that burned all of 30 seconds off the clock.

As the Tigers were due to get the ball first to begin the second half, I was more than ready to define that the turning point of the game.

Then it happened.  On the first play from scrimmage in the third quarter, Shelton Alston fumbled the ball trying to go up the middle, leading to the Indians takeover, not only of the football, but the game itself.

They scored to make it 20-13.  A couple more miscues later, and the Glens Falls Indians would build to a 33-13 lead.

It was a game the Indians needed.  Not for divisional standing -- it was a non-divisional game against the Tigers, but for team morale.

The Indians line up for a 1st Down play in the Red Zone.
Coach Pat Lilac noted he was nervous about his Indians heading into the Week 3 game against Cobleskill.  The Indians had been beaten and battered in Weeks 1 and 2, losing to Schalmont and Broadalbin-Perth, and still have to face division-leading Schuylerville.

Plus the Jug Game more often than not turns into a battle where team records do not matter, especially in last year's edition when the winless Hudson Falls Tigers came close to claiming the prize.

The Cohoes Tigers have an uphill climb themselves, made easier with Schalmont already in their rear-view mirror.  They still have to face Ravena, but that homecoming battle will be made easier if they can rattle off victories against Ichabod Crane and Albany Academy in the two weeks ahead.

There are things that still need to be worked on for the Indians.  They fell victim on several occasions to the long pass, including one in the first quarter that went 95 yards for the score, but called back due to an ineligible receiver down field.  The Indians got lucky there, but allowed a couple other big passing plays from Brandon LaForrest, including that second quarter 55 yard score to Shelton Alston.

Shelton Alston got open on several occasions, denoting some coverage issues the Indians should work on with another team that can pass coming on Friday with the Hudson Falls Tigers.


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UP NEXT: It's the first week of doubleheader football on FOX Sports Radio 1230, now that the Mets season has concluded.

In the first Friday Night Lights game of the season, we are back at Putt LaMay field in Glens Falls for the 2014 Jug Game.  The Hudson Falls Tigers are coming off a tough 42-6 loss to Schuylerville, who is in prime position to win the division.  The Tigers haven't won the jug since 1997, and last beat the Glens Falls Indians in a Sectional Game in 2000.

Coverage of the 42nd edition of the Jug Game begins at 6:45PM Friday Night.  Kickoff is at 7PM.

[NOTE: If you are planning on heading to the Jug Game, the Glens Falls School District has some parking information and suggestions for you]

Then on Saturday, it's a battle of the unbeatens.  The Whitehall Railroaders have been playing good football, leading to a 4-0 start to the season.  But that 4-0 record will be tested as they face last year's Sectional Champion Cambridge up at Whitehall Central School.  Cambridge jumped out early and soundly beat the Fort Edward/Argyle Flying Forts 54-0 on Saturday.

Coverage live from Whitehall Central School will begin at 12:45PM Saturday Afternoon, with kickoff at 1PM.

Saturday, September 27, 2014

Indians get Revenge

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GLENS FALLS - Reed Miner scored three touchdowns and Josh Griffen threw for a pair as the Glens Falls Indians beat the team that knocked them out of the playoffs last season 40-20.

After getting the ball from the Indians in the first quarter, the Cohoes Tigers looked to take the early lead as Brandon LaForest connected with a wide-open receiver trying to escape his own end zone, who then turned and ran away for the score.  However, that play was called back due to an ineligible man downfield, returning the ball to the Cohoes three yard line.  The Tigers were unable to do anything with the remaining plays on the drive, and were forced to punt.  Nate Giller's punt only went 15 yards before dropping, setting up the Indians with great field position.

A few short plays later, Josh Griffen connected with Dylan Balcom for the first score of the game.  Logan Akins extra point hit off the left post and away.

It was the first of several times the Indians capitalized on Tiger miscues.  The Indians later drove down the field, turning over the ball on downs at the Cohoes three, then watched as another Giller punt traveled 15 yards to the 22 yard line, setting up great field position again.

Reed Miner then scored the first of his three touchdowns with a two yard run to make it 12-0.

But the Tigers changed their game plan, centering their offense around highly-praised running back Shelton Alston, who drove much of the field during much of the second quarter, ultimately resulting in a touchdown on a six yard run.

The Indians got great field position from Dylan Balcom, who ran the resulting kickoff 55 yards to set the Indians up, but the Indians would come up empty when a pass from Griffen on 4th and Goal from the two came up incomplete.

The Tigers made the best of the clock, managing it well with fast snaps and long plays, including the 45 yard pass from Brandon LaForest to Shelton Alston that beat the Indians defense for the score to give the Tigers the 13-12 lead at the half.

In the third quarter, the Indians again capitalized on mistakes, starting with a Shelton Alston fumble on the first play from scrimmage to start the third quarter that led to the Indians go-ahead score, and later would expand their lead after a touchdown when the kickoff after the Indians made it 27-13 bounced in their favor after traveling 20 yards, with Jake Center falling first on the ball to give the Indians possession.

The Tigers didn't give up, getting a 71 yard score from Nick Ernst from Brandon LaForest, closing the gap to 13 points with 5:53 left.  But a Glens Falls touchdown pass to Dylan Balcom from Josh Griffen sealed the Indians victory at 40-20.

The last meeting between these two teams was last October, when the Glens Falls Indians entered Cohoes as the #4 seed in the West.  The Tigers, #1 seed in the Reinfurt, came away with the victory before falling to Broadalbin-Perth in the Sectional Semifinals.

The Glens Falls Indians (1-1, 2-2) next play a Friday night game as they host the Hudson Falls Tigers (1-2, 2-2) in the Jug Game.  The Cohoes Tigers (1-1, 1-3) head down to play Ichabod Crane (0-3, 0-4).

Friday, September 26, 2014

HS Football: Friday Scoreboard

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FINAL EDITION

Friday Games
All Games at 7:00PM Unless Otherwise Noted 

CLASS AA
Ballston Spa (1-3) 21, CBA (3-1) 46 - FINAL
Bethlehem (4-0) 37, Schenectady (2-2) 12 - FINAL
Colonie (2-2) 14, LaSalle (1-3) 39 - FINAL
Saratoga Springs (2-2) 6, Shenendehowa (4-0) 35 - FINAL
Shaker (3-1) 42, Columbia (1-3) 6 - FINAL

CLASS A
Gloversville (2-2) 22, Amsterdam (2-2) 55 - FINAL
Mohonasen (1-3) 18, Troy (2-2) 21 - FINAL
Niskayuna (0-4) 13, Lansingburgh (1-3) 33 - FINAL
Queensbury (4-0) 40, Scotia (2-2) 17 - FINAL
South Glens Falls (1-3) 20, Green Tech (0-4) 12 - FINAL

CLASS A-B Interclass
Burnt Hills (3-1) 28, Schalmont (B) (4-0) 34 - FINAL

CLASS B
Cobleskill (1-3) 6, Johnstown (3-1) 28 - FINAL
Hudson (1-3) 18, Ravena (4-0) 42 - FINAL

CLASS B-C Interclass
Broadalbin-Perth (2-1) at Hoosick Falls (C) (3-0) - PPD, No Refs
Game will be played at Hoosick Falls Sat. @ 7PM

CLASS C
Granville (1-3) 34 , Lake George/Hadley-Luzurne (0-4) 8 - FINAL
Greenwich (3-1) 14, Corinth (3-1) 37 - FINAL
Stillwater (0-4) 6, Mechanicville (3-1) 45 - FINAL
Tamarac (0-4) 20, Watervliet (2-2) 35 - FINAL

CLASS D
Hoosic Valley (4-0) 40, Canajoharie (1-3) 28 - FINAL

Thursday, September 25, 2014

High School Football: Standings + Week 4 Schedule

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Three weeks down, four to go in the regular season, so let's go take the standings and see where our Section 2 teams lie at the near-midway point in the season.

Class AA

Conference
Overall
Week 4
Team
W
L
W
L
Opponent
Empire Division
Shenedehowa
1
0
3
0
vs. Saratoga Springs
Saratoga Springs
1
0
2
1
at Shenendehowa
Ballston Spa
1
0
1
2
at CBA 
CBA
0
1
2
1
vs. Ballston Spa
Guilderland
0
1
0
3
at Albany (Sat)
Albany
0
1
0
3
vs. Guilderland (Sat)
Liberty Division 
Bethlehem
1
0
3
0
at Schenectady
Colonie
1
0
2
1
at LaSalle
Shaker
1
0
2
1
at Columbia
Schenectady
0
1
2
1
vs. Bethlehem
Columbia
0
1
1
2
vs. Shaker
LaSalle
0
1
0
3
vs. Colonie

Class A

Conference
Overall
Week 4
Team
W
L
W
L
Opponent
Northwest Division
Burnt Hills
2
0
3
0
at Schalmont (B)
Queensbury
1
0
3
0
at Scotia-Glenville
Scotia-Glenville
2
1
2
1
vs. Queensbury
Gloversville
1
1
2
1
at Amsterdam
South High
0
1
0
3
at Green Tech
Green Tech
0
3
0
3
vs. South Glens Falls
Southeast Division
Bishop Maginn
1
0
3
0
at Averill Park (Sat)
Troy
1
0
1
2
vs. Mohonasen
Averill Park
2
1
2
1
vs. B-Maginn (Sat)
Amsterdam
1
1
1
2
vs. Gloversville
Mohonasen
1
2
1
2
at Troy
Lansingburgh
0
2
0
3
vs. Niskayuna
Independent
Niskayuna
-
-
0
3
at Lansingburgh

Class B

Conference
Overall
Week 4
Team
W
L
W
L
Opponent
Reinfurt Division
Ravena
2
0
3
0
vs. Hudson
Schalmont
2
0
3
0
vs. Burnt Hills (A)
Cohoes
1
1
1
2
at Glens Falls
Hudson
1
1
1
2
at Ravena
Albany Academy
0
2
1
2
at Ichabod Crane (Sat)
Ichabod Crane
0
2
0
3
vs. Albany Acdmy (Sat)
West Division 
Schuylerville
2
0
3
0
at Hudson Falls
Broadalbin-Perth
1
1
2
1
at Hoosick Falls (C)
Johnstown
1
1
2
1
vs. Cobleskill
Hudson Falls
1
1
2
1
vs. Schuylerville
Glens Falls
1
1
1
2
vs. Cohoes
Cobleskill
0
2
1
2
at Johnstown

Class C

Conference
Overall
Week 4
Team
W
L
W
L
Opponent
North Division
Greenwich
2
0
3
0
at Corinth
Corinth
2
0
2
1
vs. Greenwich
Hoosick Falls
1
0
3
0
vs. Broadalbin (B)
Granville
0
2
0
3
at Lake George
Lake George
0
3
0
3
vs. Greenwich
Central Division
Voorheesville
3
0
3
0
vs. Taconic Hills (Sat)
Holy Trinity
2
1
2
1
at Coxsackie (Sat)
Mechanicville
1
1
2
1
at Stillwater
Watervliet
1
1
1
2
vs. Tamarac
Stillwater
0
2
0
3
vs. Mechanicville
Tamarac
0
2
0
3
at Watervliet
South Division
Coxsackie
3
0
3
0
vs. Holy Trinity (Sat)
Fonda
2
0
2
1
vs. Chatham (Sat)
Chatham
1
1
2
1
at Fonda (Sat)
Taconic Hills
1
2
1
2
at Voorheesville (Sat)
Cairo-Durham
0
2
0
3
at Schoburg (Sat)
Schoburg
0
2
0
3
vs. Cairo-Durham (Sat)

Class D

Conference
Overall
Week 4
Team
W
L
W
L
Opponent
Cambridge
2
0
3
0
at Fort Edward (Sat)
Hoosic Valley*
2
0
3
0
at Canajoharie
Whitehall
2
0
3
0
at Warrensburg (Sat)
Rensselaer
2
1
2
2
Forfeited Game.
Canajoharie
1
2
1
2
vs. Hoosic Valley
Fort Edward
0
3
0
3
vs. Cambridge (Sat)
Warrensburg
0
3
0
3
vs. Whitehall (Sat)

Here's the complete list of Week 4's games.  If you're heading to one (or more) of these games, be sure to send updates on Twitter using the hashtag #518Football.  You're helping keep us, and everyone else who follows High School Sports here in the Capital Region up to date, so thanks in advance!

Friday Games
All Games at 7:00PM Unless Otherwise Noted 

CLASS AA
Ballston Spa (1-2) at CBA (2-1)
Bethlehem (3-0) at Schenectady (2-1)
Colonie (2-1) at LaSalle (0-3)
Saratoga Springs (2-1) at Shenendehowa (3-0)
Shaker (2-1) at Columbia (1-2)

CLASS A
Gloversville (2-1) at Amsterdam (1-2)
Mohonasen (1-2) at Troy (1-2)
Niskayuna (0-3) at Lansingburgh (0-3)
Queensbury (3-0) at Scotia (2-1)
South Glens Falls (0-3) at Green Tech (0-3)

CLASS A-B Interclass
Burnt Hills (3-0) at Schalmont (B) (3-0)

CLASS B
Cobleskill (1-2) at Johnstown (2-1)
Hudson (1-2) at Ravena (3-0)

CLASS B-C Interclass
Broadalbin-Perth (2-1) at Hoosick Falls (C) (3-0)

CLASS C
Granville (0-3) at Lake George/Hadley-Luzurne (0-3)
Greenwich (3-0) at Corinth (2-1)
Mechanicville (2-1) at Stillwater (0-3)
Tamarac (0-3) at Watervliet (1-2)

CLASS D
Hoosic Valley (3-0) at Canajoharie (1-2)

Saturday Games
All Games at: AA-A-B 1:30PM; C-D 1:00PM Unless Otherwise Noted

CLASS AA
Guilderland (0-3) at Albany (0-3)

CLASS A
Bishop Maginn (3-0) at Averill Park (2-1) - 2PM

CLASS B
Schuylerville (3-0) at Hudson Falls (2-1)
Albany Academy (1-2) at Ichabod Crane (0-3) - 6PM
Cohoes (1-2) at Glens Falls (1-2)

CLASS C
Cairo-Durham (0-3) at Schoburg/Berne-Knox-Westerlo (0-3)
Chatham (2-1) at Fonda-Fultonville (2-1)
Holy Trinity (2-1) at Coxsackie-Athens (3-0)
Taconic Hills (1-2) at Voorheesville (3-0)

CLASS D
Cambridge/Salem (3-0) at Fort Edward/Argyle (0-3)
Whitehall (3-0) at Warrensburg (0-3)
Rensselaer (2-1) vs. Sullivan West (3-0) at Dietz Stadium - Rensselaer forfeits

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Friday, Sept. 26
7:00: Stillwater at Mechanicville - ADSN.com, TWCS
7:00: Cobleskill at Johnstown - WIZR 930/102.9, WENT 1340/105.1*, WSDE 1190/94.3
7:00: Hoosic Valley at Canajoharie - WKAJ 1120
7:00: Gloversville at Amsterdam - WCSS 1490, WENT 1340/105.1
* WENT airs tape-delay at 10:00PM

Saturday, Sept. 27
1:00: Cambridge/Salem at Fort Edward/Argyle - LookTV**
1:00: Chatham at Fonda, WENT 1340/105.1
1:30: Cohoes at Glens Falls, WMML 1230
1:30: Schuylerville at Hudson Falls, WWSC 1450
** LookTV airs tape-delay Sunday @ 8PM