Forks sneaks by Valley

“Those not present missed what may go down as the Game of the Year.”
– Press and Sun-Bulletin’s Kevin Stevens.


After the hype, after the excitement, after everything Chenango Valley had going for them, with one touchdown pass, the Chenango Forks Blue Devils broke the Warriors’ lead, and won the game. Quarterback Jake Reynolds connected with Garrett Cade on a 10-yard touchdown pass with 22.3 seconds remaining to end a game that looked like CV’s ticket out of the 12 year slump.

Press & Sun-Bulletin game report + Press & Sun-Bulletin rivalry story

You can hear the entire game at Southern Tier Sports Network’s Archives page.

Good game Warriors…can’t wait till we face them in the playoffs…

NEXT GAME:
Chenango Valley Warriors vs. Windsor Black Knights
October 6th, 2:30p.m. at Chenango Valley High School
*Homecoming Game*

GO WARRIORS!

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Rally for the Valley

Chenango Valley Warriors (4-0) vs. Chenango Forks Blue Devils (4-0)
September 29th, 1:30p.m. at Chenango Forks High School

“They are separated by three miles or so, but linked by an intense desire to one-up the other in the most talked-about and eagerly anticipated clash of Broome County football programs in some time.”
– Press & Sun-Bulletin’s Kevin Stevens on CV vs. Forks

Chenango Valley is 4-0, Chenango Forks is 4-0.
Chenango Valley is ranked #6 in the state, Chenango Forks is #2.
Chenango Valley’s last win against Forks was 1994.
Press & Sun-Bulletin preview

Game will be broadcast *LIVE* on the Southern Tier Sports Network.

Tailgating to start at 9:30a.m. at Chenango Forks High School, game at 1:30p.m.

The Warrior Report will be there.

GO WARRIORS! 

Warriors 4-0

“We got schooled today by a really good football team.”

– Norwich coach John Pluta.

The Chenango Valley Warriors varsity football team beat the Norwich Purple Tornado 21-7 Saturday at Chenango Valley High School. Matt Mullins passed for 178 yards and two touchdowns as the Warriors (4-0) enter next week’s game against rival Chenango Forks (4-0).

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NEXT GAME: Chenango Valley Warriors @ Chenango Forks Blue Devils, 1:30p.m. September 29th

CV rocks Elmira Notre Dame

“They’re strong and I think they’re on a par with Chenango Forks. When those two play it’s going to be a heck of a game.”
-Elmira Notre Dame coach Mike D’Aloisio on Chenango Valley football.


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The Chenango Valley Warriors varsity football team beat the Elmira Notre Dame Crusaders 32-8 on Friday night in Elmira. Trevor Cola, one of CV’s many offensive weapons for the night, ran for 77 yards and scored 3 touchdowns. The Warriors are now 3-0 on this season.

NEXT WEEK: NORWICH (2-1) @ CHENANGO VALLEY (3-0) – 1:30p.m.

CV wins weather-controlled game 21-6

The Chenango Valley Warriors varsity football team won 21-6 against the Owego Free Academy Indians Saturday. The Warriors refused to lose in a game started at 1:30 and ended at 6:30 because of thunderstorm delays in the 3rd quarter with 2:50 left on the clock. They returned to the field ready to win. The game was ended for good after a Chenango Valley goal line stand and 60-yard Trevor Cola touchdown run as referees spotted lighting in the sky. Cola had three touchdowns in the game.

CV 1-0


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Trevor Cola and Brian Stinson each scored two touchdowns as Chenango Valley opened the high school football season with a 34-13 victory against Elmira Southside on Saturday.

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