Week 4 High school football action begins Friday.
Before that, The Daily Gazette is offering its latest look at the top teams in each Section II classification.
The rankings were voted on by a panel of Daily Gazette sports editor Michael Kelly, staff writers Stan Hoody, Adam Schinder and Paul Weger, and contributors Jim Schiltz and Will Springstedt.
The top two teams in the classification are set for a collision course in Week 5. Previously, No. 1 Shaker (3-0) hosted Colony this week, while No. 2 CBA (4-0) and its 168-6 scoring margin visit Schenectady. No. 3 Shenendehova (2-1) is still trying to score a first touchdown for the first time this year, while No. 4 Guilderland (2-1) lost her third week to a 49-0 loss to Shenendehova. of Bethlehem. 5 (tie) Saratoga Springs (1-2) had a convincing win over Schenectady and both teams played a point game in the week after finishing in the top five with No. 5 (tie) Colony (1-3). 2.
This week: Shaker, CBA, Shenandoah, Guilderland, Colony (tie) and Saratoga Springs (tie).
Last week: Shaker, Shendehowa, CBA, Guilderland, Colony, Schenectady (also receiving votes).
Three straight victories against Section II competition, including a 28–14 win over Bolston Spa, have propelled No. 1 Nishkayuna (3–1) to the top spot. No. 2 Burn Hills-Balston Lake (2-1) needed 10 points in the fourth quarter to secure a dramatic win over La Salle Institut, while No. 3 Avril Park (2-1) crushed Troy in Week 3. . 4 La Salle (1–2) falls after their hard loss to Bern Hills, with No. 5 Amsterdam (2–0), moving up the rankings before the renewal of Section II’s wildest rivalry with Avril Park. .
This week: Niscauna, Bern Hills-Bolston Lake, Avril Park, La Salle, Amsterdam, Ballston Spa (ARV).
Last week: Bern Hills, Niscuna, La Salle, Ballston Spa, Avril Park, Amsterdam (ARV).
1 Ravenna-Koymans-Selkirk (4-0) owns the season’s strangest win after receiving a loss against Hudson Falls, when the lights went out at Ravenna’s ground last Friday and the Tigers finished Saturday. opposed to return. Play. A non-classification game resulted in a hard loss to No. 2 Glens Falls (2–1), who were beaten 39–13 by Husick Falls/Tamarack. No. 3 Shalmont (2-1) hosts a winning Lansingburgh team this week, No. 4 Mohsen (2-1) home against Gloversville and No. 5 Hudson Falls (1-2) their jug game with Glens Falls. The rivalry has renewed.
This week: Ravenna-Koymans-Selkirk, Glens Falls, Shalmont, Mohsen, Hudson Falls, Gloversville (ARV), Scotia-Glenville (ARV).
Previous week: Glens Falls, Ravenna, Shalmont, Hudson Falls, Gloversville, Mohansen (ARV), Scotia-Glenville (ARV).
There’s still no question at the top for No. 1 Schuylerville (4-0), who have already won both No. 2 Hoosick Falls/Tamarac (2-1) and No. 3 Fonda-Fultonville (2-2). Already happened. Since the week 0 loss to Schulerville, No. 4 Hudson (3–1) has defeated three opponents a combined 134–7. 5 Cobbleskill-Richmondville (3-1) won Week 3 and will now host a Mechanicville team that had previously suffered a tough home loss to winner Johnstown.
This week: Schuylerville, Hosick Falls/Tamarack, Fonda-Fultonville, Hudson, Cobbleskill-Richmondville, Watervillet (ARV), Ichabod Crane (ARV).
Last week: Schuylerville, Hosick Falls/Tamarack, Mechanicville, Fonda and Waterville Tie, Cobbleskill (ARV), Hudson (ARV), Ichabod Crane (ARV).
A reshuffle at the top as No. 1 Greenwich (3–0) made a statement in Week 3 with a 49–0 loss to Cambridge/Salem. No. 2 Warrensburg/North Warren/Bolton (4-0) have crushed their opponents. 230-16 combined, but will probably see their toughest challenge this week against Cambridge/Salem. No. 3 Stillwater (1-1), No. 4 Cambridge/Salem (2-2) and No. 5 Lake George (1-0) are all jockeying for playoff positions behind the top two of the classification.
This week: Greenwich, Warrensburg/North Warren/Bolton, Stillwater, Cambridge/Salem, Lake George, Chatham (ARV)
Last week: Warrensburg/North Warren/Bolton, Greenwich, Cambridge/Salem, Stillwater, Chatham.
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