Monday, November 30, 2009

New York High School Football Scores - Championships

New York High School Football Scores
Saturday & Sunday, November 28-29, 2009


Class AA
North Tonawanda 14 New Rochelle 7

Class A
Sweet Home 34 Burnt Hills 7

Class B
Hornell 16 Nanuet 14

Class C
Southwestern 40 Bronxville 14

Class D
Randolph 41 Moriah 0

Sunday, October 11, 2009

New York High School Football Scores - Week 6

New York High School Football Scores
Saturday, October 9, 2009

Adirondack 54 Altmar-Parish-Williamstown 13
Bellmore JFK 40 Valley Stream Central 13
Bishop Grimes 21 Onodaga 14
Calhoun 34 Herricks 6
Canastota 35 Clinton 7
Chittenango 28 Phoenix 6
Cooperstown 26 Herkimer 0
Dolgeville 35 Mohawk 6
East Meadow 48 Oceanside 21
Great Neck North 19 West Hempstead 7
Hampton Bays 35 Port Jefferson 21
Harborfields 22 Miller Place 15
Holland Patent 34 Lowville 7
Holy Trinity 34 Xaverian 12
Lawrence 41 Bethpage 14
Long Beach 24 New Hyde Park 7
Lynbrook 20 Sewanhaka 13
Massapequa 38 Hempstead 12
Newfield 27 Copiague 13
New Hartford 49 Fulton 26
New York Mills 37 Little Falls 13
North Babylon 12 Riverhead 7
Notre Dame 40 West Canada 14
Oyster Bay 15 Carle Place 0
Plainview JFK 36 Port Washington 21
Pulaski 20 Beaver River 14
Roosevelt 20 Malverne 0
St. Anthony's 49 Iona Prep 7
Seaford 55 Locust Valley 0
Valley Stream South 28 Westbury 8
Vernon-Vernona-Sherrill 33 South Jefferson 20
Westmoreland 42 Waterville 12
Wyandanch 42 Mercy 0

Monday, August 17, 2009

High School Football Practice Begins in New York

by Jeff Fisher
New York High School Huddle

The road to the New York State High School Football Championships in the Carrier Dome in Syracuse is underway.

Today is the first day of practice throughout the Empire State with the first three days being non-contact with only helmets. Last week, state football chairman Dick Cerone warned teams that violation of the non-contact rule will result in coaches begin suspended for one-game this season.

Here are the teams hoping to defend their 2008...

Class AA Champ -Orchard Park
Class A - Sweet Home
Class B - Rye
Class C - Southwestern
Class D - Maple Grove

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Six Games in Three Days in Carrier Dome Kick-off Regular Season

by Jeff Fisher
New York High School Football Huddle

Syracuse's Carrier Dome is where the 2009 high school football season will come to a close on November 28th and 29th. It will also play a major role in the start of the season with six games over the Labor Day weekend.

The annual Kick-off Classic begins Friday, September 4th with East Syracuse-Minoa playing Mexico in the first game of the doubleheader. In the second game, Chittenango takes-on Marcellus.

Here's the entire weekend schedule:

September 4th
East Syracuse-Minoa vs. Mexico 6 P.M.
Chittenango vs Marcellus 8 P.M.

September 5th
Liverpool vs. Fayetteville-Manlius 6 P.M.
New Hartford vs. Oswego 8 P.M.

September 6th
Fulton vs. Nottingham Noon
Fowler vs. Jamesville-DeWitt 2:30 P.M.

Practice across the state begins August 17th.

Thursday, May 07, 2009

NYSHSFCA Golden 50

by Jeff Fisher
New York High School Football Huddle

The New York State High School Football Coaches Association has released it's 2009 Golden 50. Below are the players and where they'll be attending college.

Harlen Abelhouse (OL) - East Meadow HS - Colgate
Jared Beruto (DL) - Union Endicott HS - Northeastern
Jamie Boyle (K) - Monroe Woodbury HS - University of Central Florida
Corey Bundrage (DL) - Liverpool HS - University at Albany
Craig Capodiferro (OL) - Locust Valley HS - Colgate
Sajjad Chagni (OL) - Sewanhaka HS- Lehigh
Andre Civil (DL) -Sheepshead Bay HS -Rutgers
Ted Clohessy (LB) - St Joseph By the Sea HS - Fordham
Ryan Cramer (QB) -Oneida HS - Colgate
Fernando Diaz (OL) -Cardinal Hayes HS - Pittsburgh
Anthony Dima (OL)- Centereach - Hofstra
Curtis Dukes (RB) - Indian River HS -Penn State
Adhem Elsawi (OL)- Saratoga HS - Campbell
Malcolm Eugene (LB) -John Glenn HS - Hofstra
Delano Fabor (DB) - St. Francis HS - Buffalo
Nick Ferrara (K) - St Anthony's HS - Maryland
Jahi Fields (DL) -Hempstead - University at Albany
DJ Forbragd (QB) - Camden HS - Lafayette
Reginald Franklin (LB) - Holy Cross HS - Hofstra
Jimmy Gordon (TE) - Patchogue-Medford HS - Buffalo
Andy Heagle (K) - East Syracuse Minola HS - Colgate
Ryan Higgins (QB)- Chaminade HS - Fordham
Derrick Johnson (WR) - Holy Trinity HS - Maine
Darlos Jones (DB) -Iona Prep - Maine
Robert Joseph (RB) - Poly Prep - Rutgers
Bunduka Karbo (DB) -Bishop Maginn HS - Buffalo
Matt Landry (TE)- Pittsford-Sutherland HS - University of New Hampshire
Paul Layton (QB) - Burnt Hills HS - University at Albany
Tom Lindley (OL)- William Floyd HS - Michigan
Rob Lombardo (RB) - Somers HS - Navy
Miguel Maysonet (RB) - Riverhead HS - Hofstra
Matt McBride (OL) - Holy Trinity HS - Hofstra
Stephen Medard (DL) - Amityville HS - Hofstra
Ben Miseikis (RB)- Amsterdam HS - University at Albany
Alex Neutz (WR)- Grand Island HS - Buffalo
Obay Obdushi (OL) -Xavier HS - Virginia
Stephen Obeng-Agyapong (DB) -John F. Kennedy HS - Penn State
Nathan Papso (WR) - Binghamton HS - University at Albany
Andy Phillips (OL) - CBA Syracuse HS - Syracuse
Torian Phillips (DB) - Port Richmond HS - Syracuse
Vincent Polo (RB) - Wantaugh HS - Stony Brook
Andrew Rollo (OL) - Clarke HS - Liberty
Jamar Smith (RB) - Binghamton HS - University of Massachusetts
Andrew Smith (DL) - Riverhead HS - Hofstr
Shamar Stephen (DL)- Long Island Lutheran HS - University of Connecticut
Jordan Thompson (DL) - Cicero Syracuse HS - Temple
Jeff Tundo (RB) -Orchard Park HS - Ohio State
Najee Tyler (QB) - Xavier HS - Purdue
John Urschel (OL)- Canisius HS - Penn State
Rhakeem Wiggins (QB) - Cleveland Hill HS - University at Albany
Jamal Wilson (OL) - South Shore HS - Rutgers
Pat Wilson (OL) -Canisius HS - Buffalo
James Young (DB) - Monroe Woodbury HS - Eastern Michigan

Monday, March 30, 2009

Pro Bowler to Honor Central New York High School Football Stars

by Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle

New Orleans Saints Pro Bowler Will Smith hasn't forgotten his roots. The defensive end, who played his high school football at Thomas R. Proctor High School, will return to Utica to host "Evening of All-Stars" on May 2nd to honor members of the 2008 Observer-Dispatch All-Mohawk Valley Football Team.

Smith has created a not-for-profit organization called "Where There's a Will There's a Way" Foundation. Click here to read more.

Click here to find out about Will Smith's Foundation.

Will One Be Better Than Two?

by Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle

Officials from the Richfield Springs and Mohawk high schools have announced they are merging their football teams for the 2009 season. Click here for the full story.
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