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Tuesday, November 24, 2015
CF's Layton and M-E's Finch prove girls are just as tough as guys
Gallagher reflects on the last five years
The sting can still be felt by the players and even Head Coach Matt Gallagher, but even so, he's focused on week one next year and took some time to reflect on the last five years.
Sunday, November 22, 2015
Blue Devils back into state finals
Forks plays Greenwich on Friday at 6:00 at the Carrier Dome.
Saturday, November 21, 2015
Maine-Endwell's historic streak ends at 62 and in state semis
The Spartans got off to a quick 14-0 lead and looked to be in control early in the first quarter, but the Sparks rallied and tied the game at 14 just before the half thanks to three turnovers, one which was a 55 yard fumble recovery for a touchdown.
The second half, perhaps a continuation of the most uncharacteristic version of M-E football we've seen in years, saw five more Spartan turnovers and another South Park defensive TD.
All good things must come to and end, and as everyone has been saying for years, "it could end next year." Unfortunately for M-E, the streak ends this year, two wins shy of where their previous four have ended.
What may take a while to process and get over will give way to a reflection on what an accomplishment this was for a program to turn a 7-3 season in 2010 into a 62-1 run over the next five years.
Friday, November 20, 2015
Tioga finally crests the hill and clinches state finals berth
Tioga will play Ticonderoga next Friday at 12:00.
Thursday, November 19, 2015
Tioga breathing easy with Randolph not in future
"I think it might a little bit, losing to them three straight times and not playing them this year will be a little different," said Jesse Manuel. "I don't think the guys will be worrying as much going into the game and I think it'll help us out a lot."
"You get to this point in the season and everyone's good," said Head Coach Nick Aiello. "It really comes down to how you play and execute. If we've learned anything in the last four years that's what it boils down to. You have to execute in big games, you have to block and tackle. You're playing against top notch competition and you have to take that mentality into the week, and your preparation and your focus and we have to get after it next Friday."
Tioga plays Bishop Kearney Friday at 5:00 at Cicero-North Syracuse.
Silvanic growing as quarterback
Still, Silvanic is naturally a tight end, so the adjustment to QB might have taken some getting used to, but he's growing into the role at a pretty convenient time.
"He seems to be getting week after week," said Head Coach Dave Hogan. "He's definitely a lot more comfortable back there. With his reads, running the ball as well. He's getting better on both sides of the ball and it's just in time for the playoffs, right?"
Forks plays Bath on Saturday at noon at Cicero-North Syracuse.
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