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Meet the All-Greater Rochester Fall 2016 selections

Meet the 2016 All-Greater Rochester Fall Sports teams — 163 athletes and 15 coaches selected to represent 11 teams. Several athletes repeated as Players of the Year — one two years after receiving her first recognition — while another garnered her second such honor before the end of her freshman year. What is becoming most notable about AGR athletes is... more

Victor Blue Devils fall in State Class AA finals

The number one ranked Victor Blue Devils fell in the State Class AA football finals, 21-20 to Troy, to bring their season to a close just short of a state title. The Blue Devils (12-1) had a chance late in the game to take a lead, but a 2-point conversion failed and the Devils did not receive the ball again. Read... more

Victor football’s day of reckoning arrives

Today is the day for state championship football. Rejoice, and be glad in it. So close the book on the scouting reports and turn off the film machine. The time for this has passed and today is the day to strap it up and get after it for the 13th and final time this season. The Victor Blue Devils are... more

Victor Blue Devils gunning for first football state championship

The number one ranked Victor Blue Devils are just four quarters away from their first-ever football state championship. The team was practicing inside for Saturday’s game in the Carrier Dome and said that the target on their backs of being the number one ranked team for more than a month hasn’t distracted them from their goal of a state title.... more

Teamwork goes beyond football plays, players at Victor

When varsity coach Geoff Mandile began to put the Victor football team together — a team that on Saturday will play for the Class AA championship in the Carrier Dome — he looked beyond X’s and O’s. He looked at every aspect of making a complete team. He had a good idea about his running backs, quarterback, wide receivers, linemen,... more

Victor football is feeling the Section V love in the state playoffs

The Victor Blue Devils charge into the state semifinals as the number one ranked team in New York State. They’re undefeated and they dominated a lot of teams in Section V to get where they are now. But as the Blue Devils say, it’s those same teams who have rooted them on now that they’re closing in on a state... more

Victor answers challenge, advances to state semifinals

The Victor Blue Devils have carried around the No. 1 state ranking in Class AA high school football since Oct. 26, but very few teams have made challenges to knocking them from their perch. The Class AA state quarterfinal against Lancaster on Saturday at New Era Field was a little different. Democrat & Chronicle: Read More .@DandC High School #Football... more

High school football State Regionals kick off Friday

High school football State Regionals kick off Friday
The high school football playoffs resume Friday night with the State Regionals at C-NS. First up at 5 p.m. is the Class D quarterfinal between Onondaga Central and Sidney. The Tigers are ranked No 4 in the latest state poll, with the Warriors checking in at No. 7. Both teams are expected to have high scores, with both offenses averaging... more

Alexander tops Clyde-Savannah, 19-6, in Class D final

PJ Brennan collected a plaque Friday night as the Ontario Honda Section V Class D Offensive Player of the Year. Brennan later led the Alexander Trojans to an even bigger prize, the team’s first sectional trophy. “People in our town love football,” Brennan said. “We gave them something to cheer about.” Democrat and Chronicle – Sports: Read More Alexander Trojans... more

ER/Gananda Bombers moving on after strong defensive showing

ER/Gananda would be scoreless after one, but on the first play of the second quarter, Jeremy Kinner would score on a one yard touchdown run to give Bath a 8-0 lead. The ensuing drive, Cam Cleveland would score from two yards out as the bombers would tie it up at 8’s WROC – Sports: Read More more

Groton, Tri-Town football seasons end

The Tri-Town Titans ended their season with a loss in the Connors and Ferris Bowl game Thursday, Oct. 27. Groton’s undefeated season and title run ended in the Class D semifinal Saturday at Union-Endicott’s Ty Cobb Stadium. Ithaca.com – Sports: Read More more

Upsets scarce in Section V football playoffs

Last weekend was cold, windy, wet and … full of chalk. Chalk means the seeding held true and that’s what played out during tough weather conditions last weekend on the opening weekend of the Section V football playoffs. The better seed won 17 of the 20 quarterfinals matchups. Maybe the upsets are coming this weekend? Democrat and Chronicle – Sports:... more

Pal-Mac upsets Wayne on the road

On a sloppy field at Wayne, Pal-Mac played stout defense and was able to shut down the Eagles high powered offense. It was tough to move the ball under the conditions and the Red Raiders pitched a shutout in the first half. Brandon Hawkins would supply the offense for Pal-Mac rushing for 179 tough yards and one score for the... more
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