Section Nine Football: News & Articles

Wednesday, January 5
Section Nine Football Coaches Association (SNFCA) 2010 All-Section & All-League Stars

 Section Nine Football Coaches Association (SNFCA)

All Section and All League Selections, 2010

AA All Section

MW: Trevor Officer (Back of the Year) Ryan Spelman, Josh Skowronski, Pierre Saloman, Matt Hefter, Andrew Tolosi ... FDR: Errol Evans ... Wash: Spencer Jackson, Stephen Schumann ... VC: Zach Adler ... Midd: Raimonn Goddard ... Minisink: Louie Walther ... NFA: Mikal Myers (Lineman of the Year).

A All Section

Wallkill: Jahsiem Davis (Lineman of the Year),  Eric Wellmon (Back of the Year), Pat Toole, Joe Ortiz ... Cornwall: Joe White, James Gragnano, Ryan Staudle ... Monticello: Shane Jackson, Sean Reuss 

B All Section

New Paltz: Kyle Roberts (Lineman of the Year), Tom Covino ... Marlboro: Ben Cary (Back of the Year), Mike Cavazza ...  Ellenville: Jose Aldarondo, Robert Borriello ...  Highland: Mike Forte, Dan Chenery ...  Red Hook: Kirby Roeder

C/D All Section

Millbrook: Josh Rose (Lineman of the Year) ... Jimmy Ross (Back of the Year) ... Chester: James Ognibene, Zach Neuschaefer ... Liberty: Eddie Soto ...  Burke: Mark McNeilly ... TV: Peter DiMilia ... SW: Brandon Wagner ... Pine Plains: Mark Kotzur

AA All League

MW: Trevor Officer, Ryan Spelman, Josh Skowronski, Zach Perez, Pierre Saloman, Matt Hefter, Andrew Tolosi ... FDR: Errol Evans, Mark Scott, Eric Holden ... Warwick: Kyle Barrett, Andrew Treschitta, Chris Grogan ... King: Jimmy DeCicco ... Wash: Spencer Jackson, Stephen Schumann, Austin Woods ... NFA: Mikal Myers, Shawn Stevenson, Shelon Baynes ...  VC: Zach Adler, Kit Weiner ... Midd: Raimonn Goddard, Jalon White ... Minisink: Louie Walther, Kyle Cazzetta

A All League

Wallkill: Eric Wellmon, Joe Ortiz, Jahsiem Davis, Ryan Atkins, Dominick Calvanico, Pat Toole ... Cornwall: Tyler Lawlor, Joe White, James Gragnano, Ryan Staudle, Max Bauer ...  Monticello: Shane Jackson, Sean Reuss, Brandon Corley, Chandler Williams ... Saugerties: Mike Dodig, John Hindes, Ethan Stanley, Pat Mullen  ... Goshen: Mike Paglia, Gene Kerstanski ...  PJ: Chris Doss, Andrew Smith

B All League

NP: Tom Covino, Kason Clark, Kyle Roberts, Jon Schmidt, Peter Ferrante ... Marl: Ben Cary, Nick Lamela, Mike Cavazza, Matt Tamburri ... Ell: Jose Aldarondo, Robert Borriello, Mike McGriff, Brennin Haugen ...  High: Mike Forte, Dan Chenery, Dylan Ose, Ben Smith ... Spack:  Josh Riley, Jeff Celestino, Nick Loughran ... RH: Kirby Roeder, Richard Treu, Taylor Lee

C/D All League

Millbrook: Josh Rose, Jimmy Ross, Kyle Cuomo, Aidan Little, Stephen Vitale ... Chester: James Ognibene, Zach Neuschaefer, Travis Mann, Saxon Smith ... Burke: Mark McNeilly, Kevin Postiglione, Steven Willis, Steve Tomaszewski ... Liberty: Eddie Soto, Quentin Granum, Javier Baez, Efrain Baez ... TV: Peter DiMilia, Joe Mickelson, Aric Boyes ...  SW: Jeremy DeGori, Brandon Wagner ... Pine Plains: Mark Kotzur, Travis McDonald ... O’Neill: Jordan Baskerville ... Fallsburg: Kenneth Jaycox

Coaches of the Year By Classes

AA- Brian Bellino (FDR)

A- Brian Vegliando (Wallkill)

B -Tom Tegeler (New Paltz)

C/D- Sean Keenan (Millbrook)

SNFCA Coach of the Year

Brian Vegliando (Wallkill)



Thursday, January 13
15 SNF PLAYERS ARE NAMED TO THE NYSSWA CLASSES AA AND A ALL-STATE TEAMS
MVKicker Kyle Cazzetta 2010
MV All-State kicker Kyle Cazzetta

With 15 players named to the 2010 NYSSWA All-State Classes AA and A teams, Section Nine was very well represented. Here are the honorees:

In Class AA both Monroe-Woodbury’s Josh Skowronski and Minisink Valley’s Kyle Cazzetta are listed on the First Team Offense. Skowronski (5-11, 260 senior center) is an all-state repeater. Cazzetta (5-10, 175 senior placekicker) set the SNF field goal record last fall with his 51-yard boot.

Meanwhile MW RB Trevor Officer (5-9, 190 senior) was named to the Second Team Offense; Newburgh’s Mikal Myers (6-3, 240 junior DL) was listed on the Second Defense.

Three more MW Crusaders are also honored. Junior Ryan Spelman (6-2, 205) is the Fourth Offense’s QB while senior Pierre Salomon (6-2, 230) is a Fourth Defense DL. Listed on the Fifth Offense is senior Zach Perez, a 5-10, 170 senior receiver.

The Class AA Player-of-the-Year, to no one’s surprise, is champ Rush-Henrietta senior QB Ashton Broyld (6-4, 228). To see all the Class AA All-State Teams, go to:

http://www.roadtosyracuse.com/roadtosyracuse/reference/all-state-2010-aa.shtml

Three SNF seniors are named on the Class A Second Offense: Cornwall receiver Joe White (6-1, 175 Senior) plus the Wallkill duo of seniors Adam Rohl (6-5, 270 OL) and Pat Toole (5-11, 160 PK). Joe Ortiz, another Panther, is on the Second Defense. SNF’s all-time interception king, Ortiz, is a 5-10, 155 senior DB.

Cornwall DB James Gragnano (6, 175 senior) is listed as a Third Defense DB. Wallkill junior Eric Wellmon (5-7, 165) is the Fourth Offense’s QB. The Fourth Defense includes quick Wallkill DL Jashiem Davis (5-8, 160 junior).

Despite not measuring up to last year’s All-State performance, Cornwall’s Tyree Smallwood (6, 175 senior RB) still got enough attention to be listed on the Fifth Offense.

Class A has Co-Players of the Year: Tyrell Goodman (6-2, 207 senior QB) of Archbishop Stepinac and Mike Messina (5-8, 175 senior RB) of state champ Aquinas. To see all the Class A All-State Teams, go to:

http://www.roadtosyracuse.com/roadtosyracuse/reference/all-state-2010-a.shtml



Thursday, January 6
ELEVEN SECTION NINE PLAYERS MAKE CLASSES B, C AND D ALL STATE TEAMS
Marlboro RB-LB Ben Cary 2010
MARLBORO'S BEN CARY

SYRACUSE - Eleven Section Nine players were named to the New York State Sportswriters Association's Classes B, C and D All-Star teams that were announced Wednesday.

The Class B selections included New Paltz senior OL Kyle Roberts (1st team offense), Marlboro senior LB Ben Cary (2nd team defense), New Paltz senior DE John Schmitt (3rd team defense) and Highland senior RB Mike Forte (4th team offense).   The Class B Player of the Year is state B champ Hornell RB/LB Sam Stonerock, a senior.

To see the entire Class B all-state team go to:

http://www.roadtosyracuse.com/roadtosyracuse/reference/all-state-2010-b.shtml

Five Section Nine players were named to the Class C all-stars, three of them are from from Millbrook.  Blazer senior placekicker Aidan Little was named to the 1st team offense.  Senior RB Jimmy Ross (2nd team offense) and senior Josh Rose (2nd team defense) were the other Millbrook honorees.  Meanwhile Tri-Valley senior LB Peter DiMilia was named to the 3rd defense along with Burke Catholic senior LB Mark McNeilly.  The Class C Player of the Year is Bronxville OL/DL Stephen Shoemaker.

To see the entire Class C all-state team go to:

http://www.roadtosyracuse.com/roadtosyracuse/reference/all-state-2010-c.shtml

Two Chester seniors were named to the Class D all-state team.  James Ognibene was listed as the all-purpose back on the 2nd team offense.  DL Jack Neuschaefer was named to the 2nd team defense.  Tuckahoe senior RB Jarret Sommer was named the Class D Player of the Year.

To see the entire Class D team go to:

http://www.roadtosyracuse.com/roadtosyracuse/reference/all-state-2010-d.shtml

Next week the Classes AA and A all-state teams will be published.



Saturday, December 18
SKOWRONSKI AND OFFICER TOP 2010 CLASS AA ALL-STARS
M-W's Josh Skowronski 2010
MW Center JOSH SKOWRONSKI

FIRST TEAM OFFENSE:

RECEIVERS - Zach Perez (Monroe-Woodbury Senior), Shelan Baynes (Newburgh Senior).

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN - Brendan Tauger (Monroe-Woodbury Senior), Mikal Myers (Newburgh Junior), Noah Lake (Minisink Valley Junior), Stephen Schumann (Washingtonville Senior).

CENTER - Josh Skowronski (Monroe-Woodbury Senior).

QUARTERBACK - Ryan Spelman (Monroe-Woodbury Junior).

RUNNING BACKS - Trevor Officer (Monroe-Woodbury Senior), Lou Walther (Minisink Valley Senior).

ALL-PURPOSE BACK - Andrew Tolosi (Monroe-Woodbury Senior).

KICKERS - Kyle Cazzetta (Minisink Valley Senior).

SECOND TEAM OFFENSE:

RECEIVERS - Zach Adler (Valley Central Senior), Jake DeCicco (Kingston Junior WR).

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN - Kyle Barrett (Warwick senior), James Copp (Monroe-Woodbury Junior), Raimonn Goddard (Middletown Senior), Teddy Hogan (Kingston Senior), Shawn Stevenson (Newburgh Senior).

QUARTERBACK - Jimmy DeCicco (Kingston Senior).

RUNNING BACKS - Errol Evans (FDR Senior), Steve Pizarro (Valley Central Senior)

ALL-PURPOSE BACK - Nick Race (Warwick Senior).

KICKER - Matt Valentini (Monroe-Woodbury Sophomore)

FIRST TEAM DEFENSE:

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN - Pierre Salomon (Monroe-Woodbury Senior), Eric Holden (FDR Senior), Mikal Myers (Newburgh Junior), Josh Skowronski (Monroe-Woodbury Senior).

LINEBACKERS - Mark Scott (FDR Senior), Matt Hefter (Monroe-Woodbury Senior), Andrew Treschitta (Warwick Senior), Matt Ryan (Kingston Senior)

DEFENSIVE BACKS - Andrew Tolosi (Monroe-Woodbury Senior), Rich Guido (Kingston Senior), Errol Evans (FDR Senior).

SECOND TEAM DEFENSE:

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN - Kit Weiner (Valley Central Senior), Taylor Lake (Minisink Valley Senior), Carmelo Perez (Middletown Senior), Sam Gray (FDR Senior), Kyle Barrett (Warwick Senior).

LINEBACKERS - Jake Sheafe (Washingtonville Senior), Kyle Diesel (Minisink Valley Senior), Harold Knebel (Warwick Senior).

DEFENSIVE BACKS - Dan Muller (Monroe-Woodbury Senior), Spencer Jackson (Washingtonville Senior), Anthony Cardone (Monroe-Woodbury Senior).

HONORABLE MENTION: Chris Grogan (Warwick Senior WR), Jalon White (Middletown Senior WR), Joe Dawson (Minisink Valley Senior TE), Chaynce Pelio (Washingtonville Junior QB), Vinny Mortellaro (Middletown Senior QB), Brandon Clark (Newburgh Senior QB), Shaquille Carter (Pine Bush Junior RB), Joe Ghiloni (Warwick Junior APB), Pat Griffin (Valley Central Senior OL).

CLASS AA CO-PLAYERS OF THE YEAR - MONROE-WOODBURY’S JOSH SKOWRONSKI and TREVOR OFFICER: This pair of seniors led Pat D’Aliso’s Crusaders to their seventh consecutive Section Nine Class AA championship. Skowronski, coach D’Aliso’s only four-year varsity starter, made a major impact in the 2007 state semi-final game. As a freshman playing defense, his huge fumble recovery at the New Rochelle 13 set up MW’s winning score. In this year’s regional game against powerful Troy, he started at defensive end as well as at center and blew up a half dozen Flying Horses’ running plays in the first quarter before Troy finally adjusted to his presence ... As a sophomore, Skowronski settled in at guard and was listed on local all-star teams. Since then he’s been a dominating center on the offensive line. As a junior he was named to the all-state team ... While most running attacks tend to blast off tackle or skirt around end, Monroe-Woodbury’s has been content to run right up the gut to gain big yardage. These last two seasons Skowronski has been a pin-point snapper and a true road-grader. At “only” 5-11, 265 he won’t have many big colleges looking his way - they want those 6-3, 300-pounders. So “The Moose” is looking at D-lll schools like Ithaca and St. John Fisher. Whatever his decision, some college team is going to get a real bargain. Coach D’Aliso, says: “He’s a throwback … he’s like an old Green Bay Packer.” ... Skowronski was also the recipient of the Michael J. Finnegan Scholar-Athlete Scholarship. 

Meanwhile senior speedster running back Trevor Officer is being recruited by Football Championship Subdivision (formerly Division I-AA) and Division II schools. He also tested the combine circuit out in Ohio and did well, recording the best standing broad jump and placing second in the vertical jump. Coach D’Aliso says that Officer (5-9, 195) “…has better vision on the field than any running back we’ve had in the program. He’s going to play somewhere on the next level and do a great job.” Anyone who saw his incredible fourth quarter TD run that temporarily gave the Cru a lead over Troy will say “Amen” to that. In his two seasons as a starter, Officer rushed for 3,074 yards and scored 39 touchdowns. And (surprise-surprise) a whole lot of his 200 or so carries were run right up the gut.



Trevor Officer coming at you 10
MW'S TREVOR OFFICER COMING AT YOU ...

Thursday, December 16
CLUTCH QB WELLMON LEADS THE 2010 CLASSES A/B ALL-STARS
A-B POY Eric Wellmon
Classes A/B POY Wallkill's Eric Wellmon

FIRST TEAM OFFENSE:

RECEIVERS - Joe White (Cornwall Senior), Ryan Atkins (Wallkill Senior).

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN - Adam Rohl (Wallkill Senior), Kyle Roberts (New Paltz Senior), Adam Howard (Wallkill Senior), Benjamin Smith (Highland Senior).

CENTER - Max Bauer (Cornwall Senior).

QUARTERBACK - Eric Wellmon (Wallkill Junior).

ALL PURPOSE BACK - Shane Jackson (Monticello Sophomore).

RUNNING BACKS - Dominick Calvanico (Wallkill Senior),Tyree Smallwood (Cornwall Senior).

KICKER - Pat Toole (Wallkill Senior).

SECOND TEAM OFFENSE

RECEIVERS - Anthony Gray (Monticello Junior), Chris Doss (Port Jervis Senior).

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN - Greg Carnazza (Marlboro Senior), Rob Adams (Cornwall Senior), Rob Fasano (Wallkill Senior), John Hansen (Wallkill Senior), Ryan Staudle (Cornwall Senior).

QUARTERBACK - Tyler Lawlor (Cornwall Senior).

ALL-PURPOSE BACK - Jose Aldarondo (Ellenville Senior).

RUNNING BACKS - Mike Forte (Highland Senior), Darryl Clark (New Paltz Junior).

OFFENSIVE HONORABLE MENTIONS: Kariff LaBoy (New Paltz Freshman APB), Steven Moyer (Wallkill Junior APB), Chandler Williams (Monticello Senior WR), Josh Riley (Spackenkill Sophomore WR), Quinton Carpenter (Goshen Junior QB), Lucas Brocchetti (Red Hook Sophomore QB), Ben Cary (Marlboro Senior RB).

FIRST TEAM DEFENSE:

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN - Jahsiem Davis (Wallkill Junior), Ryan Staudle (Cornwall Senior), John Schmitt (New Paltz Senior), Nick LaMela (Marlboro Senior).

LINEBACKERS - Peter Catal (Cornwall Junior), Ben Cary (Marlboro Senior), Tom Covino (New Paltz Senior).

DEFENSIVE BACKS - Joe Ortiz (Wallkill Senior), James Gragnano (Cornwall Senior), Jonathan Diaz (New Paltz Senior), Ryan Atkins (Wallkill Senior).

SECOND TEAM DEFENSE:

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN - Frank DeNome (Cornwall Junior), Sean Reuss (Monticello Junior), Mike Cavazza (Marlboro Senior), Stephen Reiners (Port Jervis Senior).

LINEBACKERS - Kason Clark (New Paltz Junior), Andrew Smith (Port Jervis Senior), Peter Ferrante (New Paltz Senior), Nick Loughran (Spackenkill Junior), Mike Dodig (Saugerties Senior).

DEFENSIVE BACKS - Joe O’Rourke (Cornwall Junior), Jon Hindes (Saugerties Senior), Mike McGriff (Ellenville Senior).

CLASSES A/B PLAYER OF THE YEAR: ERIC WELLMON (WALLKILL): While New Paltz and Marlboro were dominating their regular season opponents with smothering defenses, the Cornwall defense was chalking up five shutouts against all Class A and AA on-comers. Cornwall’s only problems came when Wallkill showed up. In week five the Class A unbeatens met in Wallkill. Trailing 6-0 with two seconds left in regulation, Panther junior QB Eric Wellmon, his ribs hurting from a hit on the prior play, needed one more big play to pull off an upset. As you probably all know, Wellmon sucked it up and tossed a TD pass to Dom Calvanico to stun the Cornwall faithful. Pat Toole then converted the PAT to snap the Panthers’ eight game losing streak to the powerful Green Dragons. But the real test was yet to come.

Wallkill, once again considered an underdog by all us pundits, met Cornwall in the sectional title game. And once again a gutsy group of Panthers showed up and came through with a big performance. While 2010 all-stars Jahsiem Davis and Joe Ortiz led the defense, the 5-6, 160-pound Wellmon spear-headed the offense with two TD runs and a TD pass. The Panthers finally shook the Dragon off their backs.

Wellmon’s final stat line for 2010 reads: 111 rushes for 559 yards (5.0 avg.) and seven TD; 84-for-134 passes for 1,436 yards and 15 TD. And he’ll be back next year.



Wallkill celebrates 2010
Ryan Atkins & Marquis Hines celebrate Wallkill's title game win.

Tuesday, December 14
MILLBROOK'S ROSS LEADS THE 2010 CLASSES C/D ALL-STARS
Millbrook RB James Ross 10
Millbrook All-Star RB Jimmy Ross

CLASSES C/D FIRST TEAM OFFENSE:

RECEIVERS - James Ognibene (Chester Senior), Matt Balcom (Eldred Senior).

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN - Josh Rose (Millbrook Senior), Jack Neuschaefer (Chester Senior), Brandon Wagner (Sullivan West Senior), Will Parker (LMR Senior).

CENTER - Kyle Sticia (Millbrook Senior).

QUARTERBACK - Peter DiMilia (Tri-Valley Senior).

ALL-PURPOSE BACK - Troy Correa (LMR Junior).

RUNNING BACKS - Jimmy Ross (Millbrook Senior), Eddie Soto (Liberty Senior).

KICKER - Aidan Little (Millbrook Senior).

OFFENSIVE HONORABLE MENTION: Receivers - Javier Baez (Liberty Junior), Victor Cruz (Chester Senior), Adam Hendrix (LMR Senior); O-Linemen - Kevin Postiglione (Burke Senior), Shawn Stover (Chester Junior), Quentin Granum (LibertyJunior), Steve Willis (Burke Senior); Quarterbacks - Dan Shannon (Burke Senior), Anthony Ognibebe (Chester Junior); Running Backs - Travis Mann (Chester Senior), Matt Cino (Burke Junior), Steve Tomaszewski (Burke Junior), Mark Kotsur (Pine Plains Senior),Taylor Galano (Millbrook Senior), Peter Keenan (Millbrook Senior).

CLASSES C/D FIRST TEAM DEFENSE:

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN - Josh Rose (Millbrook Senior), Kevin Postiglione (Burke Senior), Max Wilson (Millbrook Junior), Travis Mann (Chester Senior).

LINEBACKERS - Stephen Vitale (Millbrook Senior), Mark McNeilly (Burke Senior), Kyle Cuomo (Millbrook Junior), Victor Cruz (Chester Senior).

DEFENSIVE BACKS - Nick D’Onofrio (Millbrook Senior), Taylor Galano (Millbrook Senior), James Ognibene (Chester Senior).

DEFENSIVE HONORABLE MENTION: Linemen - Steve Willis (Burke Senior), Marley Vil (Chester Junior), Willie Browne (LMR Senior), Zach Neuschaefer (Chester Senior); Linebackers - Jeremy DeGori (Sullivan West Senior), Peter DiMilia (Tri-Valley Senior), Doug Wohlfahrt (Millbrook Senior), Jerry Nasi (O’Neill); D-Backs - Troy Correa (LMR Junior), Jimmy Ross (Millbrook Senior), Saxon Smith (Chester Junior).

CLASSES C/D PLAYER OF THE YEAR: JIMMY ROSS (MILLBROOK): After losing star running back and linebacker Pete Keenan early in the season, Blazer fans were worried. But senior Jimmy Ross stepped in and became the #1 running back and led Millbrook to a big 23-14, non-league, road win over Chester. In that contest Ross rushed for 158 yards and scored a pair of touchdowns. … In 2010 he finished with 1,362 rushing yards on 127 carries (10.7 avg.) for the Class C champion Blazers who finished 10-1. Their only loss was to eventual Class C state champ Bronxville. In that regional title game, Ross ran for over 100 yards. Overall, Ross scored an SNF-leading 28 TD (19 rushing, five returning kicks, three receiving and one on a 95-yard interception return). As a defensive back, he made 33 tackles, picked five interceptions and recovered two fumbles. On special teams, he registered a blocked punt and returned 27 punts/kickoffs for 675 yards. Offensively, he finished with 2,199 all-purpose yards. Ross’s efforts contributed mightily to coach Sean Keenan‘s four-year rebuilding program which saw Millbrook chalk up a healthy record of 25-13.



Jimmy Ross v. Burke 2010
Classes C/D POY Jimmy Ross runs against Burke Catholic.

Thursday, November 25
2010 SECTION NINE FOOTBALL STANDINGS

Thursday, December 2
WE CHECK THE STATS TO DETERMINE THE TOP 8 SNF QB'S OF 2010

Monday, November 29
RICK STONE RECAPS SUNDAY'S CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES

Saturday, November 27
RICK STONE RECAPS FRIDAY'S GAMES

Thursday, November 25
RICK STONE LOOKS AT FRIDAY'S STATE TITLE GAME MATCHUPS

Sunday, November 14
CLASS AA: TROY 32, MONROE-WOODBURY 21

Saturday, November 13
CLASS D: TUCKAHOE 43, CHESTER 8

Saturday, November 13
CLASS A: HARRISON 35, WALLKILL 20

Friday, November 12
CLASS B: CROTON-HARMON 27, NEW PALTZ 0

Friday, November 12
CLASS C: BRONXVILLE 42, MILLBROOK 0

Thursday, November 11
CLASS AA: MONROE-WOODBURY v. TROY

Thursday, November 11
COACH D'ALISO SPEAKS ABOUT HIS TEAM AND THE UPCOMING BATTLE WITH TROY

Thursday, November 11
CLASS D: CHESTER v. TUCKAHOE

Wednesday, November 10
CLASS C: MILLBROOK v. BRONXVILLE

Wednesday, November 10
CLASS A: WALLKILL v. HARRISON

Wednesday, November 10
CLASS B: NEW PALTZ v. CROTON-HARMON

Sunday, November 7
SATURDAY SECTION NINE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES

Saturday, November 6
FRIDAY NGHT SECTION NINE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES

Thursday, November 4
THE MIGHTY MONROE-WOODBURY OFFENSE: IT ALL STARTS IN THE TRENCHES

Friday, November 5
RICK STONE PICKS THE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES (in a strange way)

Wednesday, November 3
ATHLETES FOOTNOTES: A BREAK FROM REPEAT THEATER?

Saturday, October 30
2010 SECTION NINE FOOTBALL SATURDAY SEMI-FINALS

Friday, October 29
2010 SECTION NINE FRIDAY SEMI-FINALS

Wednesday, January 13
FEARLESS PHIL'S FINAL FOOTBALL FOOTNOTES

Friday, January 29
2009 FINAL RECORDS AND STATE RANKINGS

Thursday, January 14
14 SNF PLAYERS ARE NAMED TO THE CLASSES AA and A NYSSWA ALL-STATE TEAMS

Thursday, January 7
TWELVE SECTION NINE PLAYERS NAMED TO CLASSES B, C, D ALL-STATE TEAMS

Friday, December 18
ATHLETES FOOTNOTES: D'ALISO AND SNF STAFF PRESENT THE TOP GUN INSTRUCTIONAL FOOTBALL ACADEMY

Saturday, December 12
The 2009 COMPOSITE ALL-SECTION NINE TEAM

Wednesday, December 16
COACHING CHANGE: DeSOUZA IS SPACKENKILL'S NEW HEAD COACH

Wednesday, December 9
The 2009 CLASS AA DIVISION l ALL-STAR TEAM

Tuesday, December 8
The 2009 CLASS AA DIVISION ll ALL-STAR TEAM

Sunday, December 6
THE 2009 CLASS A ALL-STAR TEAM

Saturday, December 5
THE 2009 SNF CLASS B ALL-STAR TEAM

Friday, December 4
The 2009 SNF CLASSES C-D ALL-STAR TEAM

Wednesday, December 2
NYS TITLE GAME SCORES

Wednesday, November 25
THE EASTERN SEMIS SEE SOME RECORDS BROKEN

Saturday, November 21
BURNT HILLS NUS-BAUMS CORNWALL IN EASTERN STATE SEMI

Friday, November 20
ELDRED FALLS SHORT TO MORIAH IN CLASS D STATE SEMIFINAL

Wednesday, November 18
ELDRED'S COACH KEAN HONORED BY THE JETS

Thursday, November 19
CORNWALL READIES FOR STATE-RANKED #2 BURNT HILLS IN CLASS A SEMI-FINAL

Wednesday, November 18
UNCHARTED WATERS: ELDRED FACES TOUGH MORIAH IN STATE SEMI-FINAL

Tuesday, November 17
A FEW SIGSTATS AND QUOTES FROM THE REGIONAL CONTESTS

Tuesday, November 17
THE DIETZ STATMAN LOVES THE SEMI'S

Saturday, November 21
THE HUDSON VALLEY REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP SCORES

Sunday, November 15
NEW ROCHELLE GETS ITS REVENGE AND FINALLY DEFEATS MONROE-WOODBURY

Saturday, November 14
SMALLWOOD'S THREE TD AND ROOSEVELT MISTAKES GIVE CORNWALL A REGIONAL TITLE

Friday, November 13
ELDRED WINS FIRST CLASS D REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

Friday, November 13
BRONXVILLE RUNS OVER ELLENVILLE IN CLASS C REGIONAL

Friday, November 13
NANUET SHUTS DOWN O'NEILL IN CLASS B REGIONAL TITLE GAME

Thursday, November 12
RICK STONE LOOKS AT THIS WEEKEND'S REGIONAL MATCHUPS

Wednesday, November 11
ATHLETES FOOTNOTES: LET'S MEET "DA MAN" and CRUNCH SOME NUMBERS

Monday, November 9
FOOTBALL FOOTNOTES: REGIONALS SCHEDULE, SIGSTATS & QUOTES

Sunday, November 8
RECORDS FALL WHILE SCALO LEADS HIS CRU TO ANOTHER CLASS AA TITLE

Sunday, November 8
BOX SCORE: MONROE-WOODBURY 35, WARWICK 27

Sunday, November 8
PFEIL AND MCKEARN LEAD O'NEILL IN CLASS B UPSET WIN OVER HIGHLAND

Saturday, November 7
ELLENVILLE DEFENDS ITS C TITLE WITH 27-0 WIN OVER LIBERTY

Saturday, November 7
GREEN DRAGONS WIN THEIR FIFTH STRAIGHT TITLE

Saturday, November 7
ELDRED HAS ITS WAY ... ROLLS OVER CHESTER FOR CLASS D TITLE

Tuesday, November 10
THE SECTIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES IN BRIEF

Friday, November 6
CLASS AA: CRUSADERS AND 'CATS TANGLE ON THE ROAD TO THE DOME

Friday, November 6
MINISINK VALLEY COACH GALLAGHER GIVES HIS CLASS AA INSIGHTS

Friday, November 6
COACH BIANCO LAYS OUT A BASIC PLAN FOR THE WILDCATS

Friday, November 6
RICK, RICH (AND GIB) PICK THE SECTIONAL WINNERS

Thursday, November 5
... CLASS C: SURGING LIBERTY TAKES ON THE FAVORED BLUE DEVILS

Wednesday, November 4
CLASS B: O'NEILL FACES A BIG CHALLENGE IN DEFENDING CHAMP HUSKIES ...

Thursday, November 5
CLASS A: CORNWALL SHOOTING FOR ITS FIFTH STRAIGHT TITLE ...

Wednesday, November 4
... CLASS D: CHESTER AND ELDRED GO AT IT AGAIN

Tuesday, November 3
SIGNIFICANT STATS, QUOTES and MORE from WEEK NINE

Wednesday, November 4
WEEK NINE PLAYOFF SEMI'S and NON-PLAYOFF RESULTS

Sunday, November 1
SATURDAY PLAYOFF ACTION: CLASSES AA AND B

Saturday, October 31
FRIDAY PLAYOFF ACTION: CLASSES A and C

Thursday, October 29
THE FEARLESS FORECASTERS PICK WEEK NINE GAMES

Wednesday, October 28
RICK STONE RANKS THE TOP TEAMS IN SNF GOING INTO THE PLAYOFFS

Tuesday, October 27
SIGNIFICANT STATS AND QUOTES FROM WEEK EIGHT

Tuesday, October 27
WEEK 8 SCORES

Saturday, October 24
WEEK 8 BIG GAMES: HIGHLAND AND WARWICK COME OUT ON TOP

Thursday, October 22
OUR FEARLESS FORECASTERS MAKE THEIR WEEK EIGHT PICKS

Wednesday, October 21
RICK STONE RANKS THE SNF TEAM THROUGH WEEK SEVEN

Tuesday, October 20
ATHLETES FOOTNOTES: SOME SigStats, QUOTES, PLAYOFFS

Tuesday, October 20
WEEK SEVEN SCORES

Thursday, October 15
THE FEARLESS FORECASTERS MAKE THEIR PICKS FOR WEEK SEVEN

Wednesday, October 14
RICK STONE RANKS THE TOP SECTION NINE TEAMS THROUGH WEEK SIX

Tuesday, October 13
SOME SIG STATS, NOTES, QUOTES & COMMENTARY

Monday, October 12
THE WEEK SIX SNF SCOREBOARD

Thursday, October 8
RICK AND RICH MAKE THEIR FEARLESS FORECASTS FOR WEEK SIX

Wednesday, October 7
RICK STONE IS BACK WITH HIS SNF RANKINGS AFTER FIVE WEEKS OF FOOTBALL

Tuesday, October 6
ATHLETES FOOTNOTES: Records, D'Aliso, Stats, Quotes and Colgate

Tuesday, October 6
SNF WEEK FIVE SCORES

Thursday, October 1
RIX 'N RICH PIX FOR WEEK FIVE

Tuesday, September 29
SNF SCORES FOR WEEK FOUR

Monday, September 28
TAKING A LOOK AT TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS

Sunday, September 27
Some Week Four Comments

Thursday, September 24
RIX PIX: It's Kingston's Turn to Try and Stop the Purple Machine

Wednesday, September 23
ATHLETES FOOTNOTES: Newburgh and Cornwall Renew a Very Old Rivalry

Tuesday, September 22
RICK RANKS THE SNF TEAMS GOING INTO WEEK FOUR

Monday, September 21
SOME SIG STATS FOR SNF WEEK THREE

Tuesday, September 22
SNF SCORES FOR WEEK THREE

Thursday, September 17
RIX PIX FOR WEEK THREE: The '09 Season Begins to Heat Up

Tuesday, September 15
SIGNIFICANT STATS FROM WEEK TWO ... AND OTHER FACTS

Wednesday, September 16
RICK STONE'S RANKINGS THROUGH WEEK TWO

Sunday, September 13
SNF WEEK TWO SCORES

Friday, September 11
RIX PIX FOR WEEK TWO

Wednesday, September 9
RICK STONE'S FIRST SNF RANKINGS FOR 2009

Monday, September 7
FOOTBALL FOOTNOTES: Some Significant Stats & A Fearless Rant

Sunday, September 6
SNF WEEK ONE SCORES

Saturday, August 22
ATHLETE FOOTNOTES: 2009 Season Just Around the Corner

Thursday, August 27
ATHLETES FOOTNOTES: Crusaders Still Lead the Pack

Monday, August 31
ATHLETES FOOTNOTES: Class AA Division 2 Promises a Battle

Tuesday, September 1
CLASS D FEATURES THREE TOP QUARTERBACKS

Wednesday, September 2
CLASS B SHOULD BE ANOTHER 'DOG FIGHT'

Thursday, September 3
CLASS C: ARE SULLY WEST AND ELLENVILLE HEADED FOR ANOTHER SHOWDOWN?

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