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Week 1 — vs. Schuylerville (W, 43-14)

In a rematch of the 2017 Section II championship game, Glens Falls jumped out to an early lead against the Black Horses and a one-sided showdown ensued. Joseph Girard III threw four touchdowns and totaled more than 250 yards in a win that marked the Indians as a favorite in Class B. 

Week 2 — vs. Cobleskill (W, 36-28)

When the Indians traveled to Cobleskill, it took them awhile to get going. Glens Falls got behind early, trailing 14-0 in the second quarter. The Indians got their first lead in the third quarter on a Sam Hogan field goal and back-to-back fourth-quarter scores by Joseph Girard put the game away. 

Week 3 — vs. Hudson Falls (W, 48-12)

Glens Falls was once again victorious in the Jug Game as the Indians never trailed the Tigers en route to another lopsided win. David Barclay caught four passes for 114 yards and a touchdown and Joseph Girard threw four touchdowns and eclipsed 300 yards passing. 

Week 4 — vs. Queensbury (L, 48-34)

The Class A Spartans handed Glens Falls its first loss by recording a school-record 612 yards of offense and seven touchdowns. The Indians had no answer for Queensbury running back Liam O'Mara, who rushed for 251 yards and scored once. The loss snapped Glens Falls' 18-game home winning streak. 

Week 5 — vs. Johnstown (W, 57-0)

After suffering the first loss of its season the week prior, Glens Falls bounced back with a dominating home win against Johnstown. It was blowout in every sense as most the Glens Falls starters did not even play in the second half. Joseph Girard had two punt return touchdowns in the win. 

Week 6 — vs. Burnt Hills (L, 55-27)

On the road, Glens Falls fell to an undefeated Burnt Hills team that scored 27 second-quarter points to bury Glens Falls early. Joseph Girard accounted for two total touchdowns but Glens Falls could not come up with the stops it needed to get back into the game. 

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Week 7 — vs. Broadalbin-Perth (W, 42-21)

The Patriots kept things close for awhile and even had a second-quarter lead but Glens Falls scored 35 second-half points to pull out the win. Griffin Woodell scored three times and rushed for 88 yards while Aalijah Sampson caught two touchdowns. 

Section II Quarterfinal — vs. Ravena (W, 61-6)

Glens Falls scored touchdowns on three of its first four offensive plays and scored eight times in the first half alone to beat Ravena. Barclay caught two pass, both for touchdowns and totaled 109 yards. 

Section II Semifinal — vs. Hud. Falls (W, 34-0)

Playing in its second playoff game, Glens Falls shut out the Tigers in a regular-season rematch that saw Woodell rush for 124 yards and multiple touchdowns. Glens Falls sacked Hudson Falls six times and limited the Tigers to six rushing yards. 

Section II Final — vs. Cobleskill (W, 40-0)

Seeking another Section II title, Glens Falls scored 27 second-quarter points to put Cobleskill away early. Trent Girard caught four passes for 101 yards and scored twice. Joseph Girard added 114 rushing yards and also scored two touchdowns.  It was the Indians' third straight sectional crown.

State Quarterfinal — vs. Beekmantown (W, 21-7)

In a close game, Glens Falls scored late in the fourth quarter on Sampson's 1-yard rushing touchdown, putting the Indians up two scores. Trent Girard sealed victory by making a game-winning interception on Beekmantown's final drive. 

State Semifinal — vs. Marlboro (W, 48-28)

With a trip to the Carrier Dome on the line, Glens Falls played Marlboro close until the end of the third quarter. The Indians scored twice in 20 seconds. The first touchdown came on an 85-yard Sampson catch. On the Dukes' next possession, they fumbled and Joseph Girard was there to scoop the ball and score. That 20 seconds decided the game and earned Glens Falls a trip to the Class B state championship. 

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