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They were also 0- of- 6 on fourth down. The only is­sue for Aver­ill Park on the night was the kick­ing game, which was 0- of- 3 on PATs.

Af­ter the game, Go­bel told his team that they’d have a chance to watch film as a team at 8 a. m.

on Satur­day morn­ing as a re­ward. There was a sar­cas­tic cheer in re­sponse from his play­ers.

But then he brought up next week’s team, Burnt Hills, whom Aver­ill Park lost to in the Class A ti­tle game last sea­son.

“They’re the next one up. A ma­roon team is the next one we play. We’ve played a cou­ple ma­roon teams al­ready. Just the next ma­roon team.” TROY, N. Y. » The de­fend­ing state cham­pion and No. 1 state- ranked Troy High var­sity foot­ball teamim­proved to 3- 0 this sea­son with 55- 7 win over city ri­vals La Salle ( 1- 2).

The Fly­ing Horses’ 16th straight vic­tory en­sured they will re­tain the Col­lar City Cup for an­other year.


Troy High poses af­ter win­ning the Col­lar City Cup over La Salle on Fri­day in Troy.

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