Blue Streaks climb in state poll
Undefeated Troy High (60) retained its No. 1 position in Wednesday morning’s large school (Class AA) New York State Sportswriter poll, no surprise after the Flying Horses’ 40-15 win over Shaker (5-1).
Saratoga (6-0) moved up five spots to No. 20 after a 40-12 win over Albany High (0-6) while the Shaker fell from its previous spot at No. 15 down to No. 26 in the 30-team poll.
Colonie (5-1) and Shenendehowa (5-1) were again honorable mentions.
In Class A Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake (6-0) also remained at No. 5 in the poll after a 50-7 win over Amsterdam (3-3). Averill Park (51) moved up five spots to No. 15 after a 35-26 win over Queensbury.
Queensbury (3-3) and South Glens Falls were both honorable mentions.
Glens Falls (6-0) also stayed
on top of the Class B NYS poll after its 27-14 win over Schuylerville last week. The loss dropped the Black Horses (5-1) to No. 9 in the poll.
Cobleskill-Richmondville (5-1), Hudson (4-2) and Hudson Falls (4-2) were honorable mentions.
To the winner goes the spoils as Holy Trinity (5-1) moved up one spot to No. 11 in the Class C poll after a 48-19 win over Hoosick Falls last week. Indian Bowl winner Stillwater (5-1) jumps up three spots to No. 12 after its 48-13 win over former No. 4 Mechanicville, who fell to No. 13 in this week’s poll. Voorheesville (5-1) moved up from honorable mention status to No. 17 this week.
Chatham (4-2) Hoosick Falls (4-2) and Watervliet (51) were honorable mentions.
Greenwich (6-0) remained at No. 3 in the Class D poll after its 42-3 win over Whitehall. Cambridge (5-1) stayed at No. 5 after a 58-0 win over Cambridge.
Saratoga Springs senior quarterback Wes Eglintine was hard to stop at the line and behind it Friday night at CBA, seen her running the ball.