Corinth-Fort Edward wins first game as combined program
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Corinth-Fort Edward wins first game as combined program

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HOOSICK FALLS — Gabe Allen rushed for two fourth-quarter touchdowns to help give Corinth-Fort Edward its first win as a merged football team on Friday, 20-12 over Hoosick Falls in a non-league matchup.

Allen also scored on a recovery in the end zone of a punt blocked by teammate Will Denton in the first quarter.

Trailing 12-8 entering the final quarter, Allen rushed for scores of 2 and 20 yards. He finished with 108 yards on 18 carries. Quarterback Brody Sullivan added 27 carries for 100 yards.

Defensively, Austin Clear led Corinth-Fort Edward with two tackles and eight assisted tackles, including one for a loss. 

Max Kipp and Liam McGarvin rushed for Hoosick Falls' two touchdowns.


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