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.