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High school notes: Jarvis, Haughton updates

Former Schenectady High School quarterback Kwame Jarvis completed another productive season earier this month for Millford Academy.

Jarvis played in all 11 games for Millford (New Berlin, New York), completing 101 of 176 passes for 1,535 yards and 14 touchdowns with five interceptions. The 6-foot-1, 185-pound quarterback passed for three two-point conversions, and ran for 163 yards on 42 attempts with one two-pointer.

Jarvis was selected Millford’s Offensive Player of the Game after going 18-for-24 for 345 yards and five touchdowns in a 42-20 win over Mass. Maritime.

Millford went 8-3.

Jarvis set Schenectady records last season for passing yards (1,734), touchdowns (15), completions (119) and attempts (197) in leading the Patriots to six wins and a sectional semifinal berth.

Jarvis was named the Class AA Liberty Division Offensive Player of the Year and the Daily Gazette All-Area Offensive Player of the Year. He was also selected to the all-state Class AA second-team offense. No Section II quarterback had ever achieved such a high honor since the state added the Class AA level in 1996.


C’Quoya Haughton of Schenectady has singed a National Letter of Intent to play basketball at Division I Rider University in Lawrence, N.J.

Haughton is a senior co-captain for the Stoneleigh-Burnham School (Grenfield, Mass.), and is heading into her second season with the Owls. Last season she averaged 12 points, five rebounds and five steals per game, and helped the Owls reach the New England Prep School Class C tournament.

“C’Quoya is a natural leader on the court and is without a doubt a Division I athlete,” said Jeff Conlon, Stoneleigh-Burnham’s athletic director. “She was heavily recruited by many colleges and universities and we are very proud of her.”

Haughton played for the Schenectady High School varsity during the 2011-12 season and averaged just over seven points per game.

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