Monday, November 26, 2007

New York Catholic High School Football League

It's a big country, and sometimes things fall between the cracks, but thanks to Mark M., The High School Football Huddle would like to give info on the New York Catholic High School Football League that played its championship games on the weekend of November 15th and 16th.

St. Anthony's, which began the season ranked in the USA Today Super 25, won it's seventh straight CHSFL AA title beating Mount St. Michael 26-20. The win was sweet revenge for the Friars (10-1), who lost to Mount St. Michael 22-12 on September 22nd. The win snapped St. Anthony's 64-game regular season CHSFL win streak.

To read a complete game wrap on the Friars exciting win, click here.

High School Football Scoreboard

St. Anthony's 26 Mount St. Michael 20

Stepinac 47 Christ the King 12

Xavier 45 St. John the Baptist 33

Sunday, November 25, 2007

West Genesee, Bishop Ludden and Rye Win New York High School Football Championships

For the second straight year Monroe-Woodbury came within one win of a state championship. West Genesee beat M-W Sunday 42-21 to win the New York Class AA high school football championship at Syracuse's Carrier Dome.

The win gives West Genesee its first high school football championship, while Monroe-Woodbury finishes runner-up for the second straight season even though it now owns a 36-2 record in its last 38-games.

In the Class C title game Bishop Ludden (12-1) beat defending state champ Dobbs Ferry 21-16. Bishop Ludden was led quarterback Connor Sweeney who passes for 184 yards and two touchdowns.

It was Bishop Ludden's first state championship and the win snapped Dobbs Ferry's 23-game win streak.

Rye won the Class B title beating Chenango Forks 19-12.

New York High School Football Scoreboard - Championships

New York High School Football Scores
Sunday, November 25, 2007


Class AA Final
West Genesee 42 Monroe-Woodbury 21

Class C Final
Bishop Ludden 21 Dobbs Ferry 16

William Floyd Makes Long Island History

For the first time in 106 years of Long Island high school football, a team has won 33 straight games. William Floyd won its 33rd straight game and third straight Class 1 Long Island football championship on Saturday by beating Farmingdale 42-0.

Floyd becomes the first team to go undefeated for three consecutive seasons since Roosevelt did it from 1964-66.

To read more about the game, click here.

New York High School Football Scoreboard

Class 1 Long Island Championship
William Floyd 42 Farmingdale 0

Class II Long Island Championship
East Islip 35 Lawrence 7
Click here for game recap

Class III Long Island Championship
Islip 14 Bethpage 12
Click here for game recap

Saturday, November 17, 2007

New York High School Football Scoreboard - Semifinals

New York High School Football Scores
Friday & Saturday, November 16 & 17, 2007


Class AA
Monroe-Woodbury 22 New Rochelle 16
West Genesee 30 Orchard Park 27

Class A
Aquinas 17 Carthage 0
Lansingburgh 49 Ossining 20

Class B
Chenango Forks 14 Geneva 13
Rye 27 Peru 7

Class C
Bishop Ludden 34 LeRoy 33 (OT)
Dobbs Ferry 47 Cambridge 0

Class D
Ticonderoga 35 Haldane 8
Walton 42 Bolivar-Richburg 0

Sunday, September 16, 2007

#22 St. Anthony's (NY) Limps By Iona Prep

Injuries to quarterback James Brady and running back Chris Carberry were enough to prevent #22 St. Anthony's (South Huntingdon, NY) from beating Iona Prep 31-21 Friday night. Brady injured his foot in the first half and limped his way through the rest game on a heavily taped ankle. Carberry didn't play most of the second half with a hand injury.

To read a game wrap-up from Newsday, please click on our headline "#22 St. Anthony's Limps By Iona Prep"

Monday, September 10, 2007

New York High School Football Scoreboard - Week 2

New York High School Football Scores
Saturday, September 8, 2007

St. Anthony's 39 St. Joseph's (Buffalo) 0


Canarsie 38 Clinton 25

New York High School Football Scores
Friday, September 7, 2007

NYC Scores

Fordham Prep 27 Saint Michael 14

State Scores

Carthage 28 New Hartford 14
Fulton 33 ESM 34
Liverpool 27 Baldwinsville 24
Proctor 39 RFA 7
Skaneatles 21 Phoenix 7
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