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Numbers to know before Week 3 of high school football season

Numbers to know before Week 3 of high school football season

Action starts Friday
Numbers to know before Week 3 of high school football season
Week 3 starts Friday.
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Here are 10 numbers to know ahead of Week 3 of the 2019 Section II football season, which kicks off Friday.

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Averaging winning margin this season for Glens Falls, which topped Lansingburgh 67-6 in Week 1 and Schuylerville 34-13 in Week 2. Glens Falls, the reigning Class B state champion, is the lone Section II team to receive a No. 1 state ranking this week from the New York State Sportswriters Association. Glens Falls plays at Gloversville this week.

26

Squads at 1-1 after two weeks of play. Eight of those teams will play a fellow 1-1 team in Week 3.

10

Teams allowing 10 points or fewer per game. Leading the way are Stillwater and Warrensburg, schools that each are allowing 3 points per game.

8

Area-leading touchdowns scored total for Burnt Hills junior Caeden LaPietro. The junior scored three touchdowns in Week 1 against Gloversville, then added five more in Week 2 against Scotia. Burnt Hills plays Friday at South Glens Falls.

7

Different Schenectady players that scored touchdowns in last week’s 47-6 win against Green Tech. That list includes Jeremiah Davis, Jonon White, Chris Davis, Jah-Sean Haggray, Malaki Myles, Moses Grant and quarterback Seven Terry. Schenectady plays at Colonie in Week 3.

6

Touchdowns scored last week for Queensbury’s Jason Rodriguez in a win against Mohonasen. Rodriguez tied a school record for touchdowns in a game, plus gained 276 yards on 17 carries. That rushing total ranks No. 2 all-time on Queensbury’s single-game list. Queensbury plays Friday at Scotia-Glenville in a game that sees the Tartans play for the first time on their new turf field.

5

Teams that have already scored at least 100 points this season. That list includes Warrensburg (142), Chatham (117), Burnt Hills (104), Averill Park (102) and Glens Falls (101) — while Holy Trinity (97) is just three points away. All six of those teams are 2-0 on the season. 

3

Touchdown receptions in Week 2 for Holy Trinity’s Nacier Hundley. The senior had four receptions for 175 yards in a win against Cobleskill-Richmondville, a week after Hundley had three receptions for 69 yards and no touchdowns in a win against Hudson. This week, Holy Trinity plays at Ravena.

2

Weeks in a row Hoosic Valley suffered 35-12 losses. Hoosic Valley lost in Week 1 to Whitehall, then to Mechanicville in Week 2. Hoosic Valley plays its first Class C North Division game of the season this week against Cambridge/Salem.

1

Matchups between 2-0 squads. Class AA’s CBA visits Class A’s Troy Friday night in Week 3’s lone game between unbeaten squads.

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