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Numbers to know for Week 6 of high school football season

Numbers to know for Week 6 of high school football season

Plenty of pivotal matchups
Numbers to know for Week 6 of high school football season
Week 6 is here.
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​With a Thursday matchup between Columbia and Troy starting off the action, here are 10 numbers to know for Week 6 of the 2019 Section II football season.


Points per game Holy Trinity is scoring. That leads Section II. Undefeated Holy Trinity has scored at least 42 in each of its games this season, and as many as 63. Holy Trinity plays Albany this weekend.


Average winning margin for Glens Falls, which leads the area. The defending Class B state champion hasn’t won by fewer than 21 points this season. Glens Falls plays Broadalbin-Perth in Week 6.


Points scored in the first half for Fonda-Fultonville in last week’s 34-0 win against Helderberg Valley. Class C’s Fonda looks to improve to 6-0 this week when it takes on Class B’s Johnstown.


Points per game Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake is allowing. That leads Section II. The 4-1 Spartans haven’t allowed more than 13 points in a game this season and have held three opponents to single-digit scoring. Class A’s Burnt Hills plays at Class AA’s Bethlehem this week.


Undefeated teams remaining in Section II. Fonda-Fultonville, Glens Falls, Holy Trinity, Shaker, Stillwater and Queensbury are all 5-0. Suffering their first losses of the season in Week 5 were Averill Park, Cambridge/Salem and Warrensburg.



Teams scoring more than 40 points per game this season. That list includes Holy Trinity (51.6), Glens Falls (48.4), Warrensburg (44.8), Queensbury (40.8) and Averill Park (40.4).


Wins for each team in this week’s matchups between CBA and Shenendehowa, Averill Park and Amsterdam, and Chatham and Warrensburg. All six teams are 4-1 on the season.


Consecutive wins for Stillwater against Mechanicville. The squads meet Friday in Stillwater in their annual rivalry matchup.


Total one-possession games played in Week 5. Hudson beat Ravena 16-8, while CBA defeated Saratoga Springs 20-19.


Eight teams recorded shutouts in Week 5. Allowing no points were Amsterdam, Bethlehem, Fonda-Fultonville, Greenwich, Lake George/Hadley-Luzerne, Schuylerville, Stillwater and Watervliet.​​​

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