Friday, September 28, 2012

Where Are You? Week Five Football Poll

Week five of Section II football is about to get underway. So here we are, as promised, our weekly football poll.

Last week's games helped some playoff runs start to take shape, so under the cut, check out where everybody stands now, at the halfway point of the season.

Enjoy the games tonight folks!
- Laura

Class AA
1. Shenendehowa 4-0, 4-0 1

Marcelino Christie found the end zone twice to lead the Plainsmen to a 49-7 victory over Ballston Spa on Friday night. It was only the second time this season Shen has allowed points.

2. Shaker 3-0, 4-0, 2
Although they let up 14 first-half points against Schenectady, the Blue Bison defense rallied, shutting out the Patriots for the rest of the game en route to a 21-14 victory.

3. CBA 3-0, 4-0 3
Cameron Wynn ran for over 100 first-half yards, finishing the game with 117, on 18 carries to lead the Brothers to a 26-6 victory over Saratoga. CBA racked up 413 total offensive yards in the win.

4. Columbia 3-0, 4-0 4
El Shaddai-Gilmore VanHoesen had a season-high four sacks in the Blue Devil’s slim 26-21 victory over Columbia. Although they led by 14 points at the half, Columbia allowed the Dutchmen to make a run of it in the second half.

5. Saratoga, 2-1, 2-2 5
The Blue Streaks weren’t able to get much going on offense in Friday’s 26-6 loss to CBA. Jake Eglintine did find a rhythm later in the game however, completing nine passes for just under 150 yards.

Class A
1. Burnt Hills 2-0, 3-1 1

The Spartans compiled over 400 yards of total offense, with 116 yards and three touchdowns off the feet of Dan Porter in Friday night’s 49-14 victory over Queensbury.

2. Troy 2-0, 3-1 2
Pat Chamberlain finally started to find his footing in the Flying Horses’ gameplan, including two interceptions on defense, one of which went for a touchdown in Troy’s 40-14 victory over Bishop Maginn.

3. Amsterdam, 2-0, 3-1, 3
The Rams grabbed their third straight victory, topping Gloversville 40-17 on Friday night. Geo Rodriguez led the way for Amsterdam with 260 passing yards and a touchdown.

4. Scotia 1-1, 2-2 —
Andrew Tabbert scored two rushing touchdowns and caught six passes for 120 yards to lead the Tartans to a 34-22 victory over Averill Park last week.

5. Averill Park 1-1, 2-2 4
The Warriors defense was unable to contain Scotia’s offense, allowing points in all four quarters in a 34-22 loss. Taylor Hotaling, Colin Fleming and Matt LaBounty all found the endzone for Averill Park.

Class B
1. Ravena 4-0, 4-0 1

The Indians took care of Friday’s rivalry game, topping Albany Academy 20-7 at home on Friday night. Conner Zeoli was 4-for-7 in the air, recorded 73 yards and one touchdown.

2. Lansingburgh 3-0, 4-0 3
Anthony Walker continued to rack up the offensive stats, scoring on runs of 68, 20 and three yards out, as well as a 63-yard reception to lead Lansingburgh in a 46-13 victory over Ichabod Crane.

3. Albany Academy 3-1, 3-1 2
Austin Zeh scored the Cadets’ sole touchdown in a 20-7 loss to Ravena. The junior running back finished with a season-low 35 yards on 12 carries.

4. Schalmont 3-0, 3-1 5
Devon Willis was back at his regular position as running back, recording 173 yards and five touchdowns on just 16 carries to lead the Sabres to a lopsided 51-7 victory over Broadalbin-Perth.

5. Broadalbin-Perth 2-1, 3-1 4
Pierre LaPort scooped up a fumble for a 52-yard return and touchdown to give the Patriots their only points in Saturday’s 51-7 loss to Schalmont.

Class C
1. Hoosick Falls 3-0, 4-0 1

The Panthers offense simply continues to shine, dominating the Stillwater defense in a 40-0 shutout on Friday. In four games Brad Burns led the way, racking up five touchdowns and recording 143 rushing yards.

2. Chatham 3-0, 4-0 2
The Panthers picked up their third straight shutout victory, topping Fonda 34-0 last Saturday. Chatham hasn’t allowed a single point since the second quarter of week one.

3. Watervliet, 2-1, 3-1 4
Jordan Gleason had three first quarter touchdowns, while Taylor Dockstader went a perfect 7-for-7 in the air, as the Cannoneers topped Coxsackie-Athens 56-0 last weekend.

4.. Fonda 2-1, 2-1 3
The Braves couldn’t get anything going on Saturday, falling 34-0 to Chatham. Pat Hart was the bright spot in a disappointing game, accumulating 113 yards on 26 carries.

5. Mechanicville, 2-1, 3-1 5
The Red Raiders earned a non-league victory on Saturday afternoon, topping out-of-conference opponent Dundee 19-6. Chase Delossantos rushed for 94 yards in the victory.

Class D
1. Greenwich 0-0, 3-0 2

The Witches crushed Catholic Central on Friday night, cruising to a 54-0 victory, led by John Barnes who rushed for 157 yards and four touchdowns on nine carries.

2. Cambridge 0-0, 3-0 1
The Indians drop in the poll for the sole reason that they weren’t able to take the field this weekend. Cambridge’s scheduled opponent, Bishop Gibbons was forced to forfeit due to injuries.

3. Rensselaer 1-0, 4-0 3
The Rams handed Canajoharie their first loss of the season, topping them 26-6 on Friday night. Steve Harwood went 6-for-17 in the air with 147 yards and four touchdowns in the victory.

4. Warrensburg 1-0, 2-2 —
The Burghers moved into first place in the North Division, as Marcus Perrone ran into the endzone from one yard out for the game-winning touchdown with 25 seconds left. Colt Ovitt chipped on the two point conversion for the victory.

5. Canajoharie 0-1, 3-1 4
The Cougars were held to just 129 yards of total offense in Friday’s 26-6 loss to Rensselaer. Kevin Shannon scored the lone touchdown off a 20-yard run in the fourth quarter.


Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

<< Home