Chenango Valley 5-1, Windsor next

Norwich High School – 10/6/06 Of any game so far this season, CV needed to win this one. The Warriors headed to Norwich Friday for a 7:00PM game under the lights, and lit up the football field with their 24-14 victory. Trevor Cola lead the team with 209 total yards, and two touchdowns as Norwich’s defense could not contain CV’s rushing game. The Warriors scored three touchdowns and had one field goal as they landed their fifth win of the season, and their first win after last week’s CV vs. CF match. Chenango Valley continues to put points on the scoreboard anyway they can, mixing up a great passing game with tenacious running. Warriors head coach Jay Hope (The Press & Sun-Bulletin called him “CV coach Bob Hope”) said nothing but praise about Cola; “He’s such a talented athlete…Early on in the season he was running the ball to the outside, but now he’s starting to run inside and get the tough yards.” Next Saturday at 1:30, the R.T.L. squad will battle the Black Knights at Windsor, who are currently undefeated this season, and could prove to be the toughest opponent for CV this year. The Black Knights have only allowed one touchdown in five games, and their defense has overwhelmed every team they have played this season. With their win Friday, the Warriors have put themselves possibly into a playoff position, and could face up against Chenango Forks (for the second time) later this year.

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