Broadalbin-Perth (1-0) at South Glens Falls (0-1)
B-P: The Patriots rolled to a 27-8 victory over Ravena in their season opener last Friday night. B-P plays in Class B North with Glens Falls, Hudson Falls and Schuylerville.
South High: The Bulldogs suffered a 58-14 loss at Mohonasen last week in Class A Grasso play, with sophomore Josh Ahrens scoring all of their points on two touchdowns and a two-point conversion. Ahrens finished with 11 carries for 75 yards, and new starting QB Trey Marcil completed 4 of 8 passes for 73 yards in the loss.
Fast fact: This is the first-ever meeting of these teams in football, although they play in other sports in the Foothills Council.
Warrensburg (1-0) at Cohoes (0-1), 7 p.m.
Warrensburg: The Burghers cruised to a 64-0 shutout of Helderberg Valley last week, racking up 452 rushing yards and getting two TDs apiece from Jesse Griffin and Tristan Hitchcock. Dylan Winchell ran for 131 yards, including a 93-yard TD sprint.
Cohoes: The Tigers dropped a 62-7 loss to Chatham on Sept. 6, getting their only score from Leon Poulin on an 85-yard kickoff return.
Fast fact: Cohoes, winless the last two seasons, is a Class B team playing down in class for the third straight year. The Tigers are not eligible for sectionals.
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Granville (1-0, 1-0) at Greenwich (0-1, 0-1), 7 p.m.
Granville: The Golden Horde showed off some offensive push Saturday, dominating time of possession in a 16-6 win over Lake George/Hadley-Luzerne. Dayton Holcomb rushed for 163 yards and both Granville touchdowns as the Horde’s double-wing offense ground out 265 total yards. Defensively, Granville limited LG/H-L to 135 yards and four first downs.
Greenwich: The Witches lost 26-14 to Cambridge-Salem last week, but QB Jesse Kuzmich passed for 157 yards and a touchdown to Luke Pemrick. Chris Albrecht added a touchdown run, but Greenwich was held to 37 yards on the ground.
Fast fact: Greenwich leads the all-time series 26-10, with Granville winning last year, 28-10, snapping a six-game streak by the Witches.
Bethlehem (0-1, 0-1)
at Saratoga Springs (1-0, 1-0), 7 p.m.
Bethlehem: The Eagles have a lot of starters returning from a 4-5 season in 2018. They are coming off a 40-7 loss to Shenendehowa in their opener. Zach Zonca scored their only touchdown on a pass from Derek Martelle.
Saratoga: The Blue Streaks rolled past Niskayuna 28-12, as QB Jake Williams accounted for all four TDs: two rushing, plus scoring passes to James Capone and Sean Hudson. Williams finished with 176 yards on 9-for-16 passing.
Fast fact: Saratoga leads the series 25-13-1, including their last six meetings in a row. Bethlehem last beat the Blue Streaks in 2011.
— Pete Tobey