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The New York State High School Football Coaches Association, founded in 1994, is an organization in New York State dedicated to maintaining the high status of the football coaching profession. Its membership consists of high school coaches from across the State, the collegiate ranks, Athletic Directors, as well as Associate (non-coaches), and Retired coaches.

NYSHSFCA Membership

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Whether you are a coach, a player, a retiree, a representative of an institution... or just an avid follower of high school football, there are many benefits to joining the NYSHSFCA.
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NYSHSFCA Clinic Brochure

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The NYSHSFCA brochure is now available for download in Adobe PDF format in the "Forms and Docs section of the website here.

SECTION VII FOOTBALL – WEEK 3 OF 2014

After week three, Section VII has seen some movement in terms of playoff positioning.  Below is a re-cap of the season records and last week’s games.  

Saranac Lake, Class C (3-0)
Justin Stack's 56 yard catch and run opened the floodgates as the Red Storm dropped Saranac 30-2 last week.  

Peru, Class B (3-0)
The Indians cruised past AuSable after tough games in the first two weeks.  

Beekmantown, Class B (2-1)
The Eagles put up 62 points in a win over PHS week 2, spurred by Justin Stevens highlight worthy kickoff return after falling behind early.  Beekmantown boasts the most points scored in section to date.

Moriah, Class D (2-1)
The Vikings look to rebound after their first loss of the season last week when they take on Peru Saturday.  Last year both teams combined to score nearly 100 points in a 49-42 Peru victory.

Ticonderoga, Class D (2-1)
The Sentinels marched past Moriah last week behind, holding their rivals to just 128 yards of total offense.  Look for a good game when they host the Red Storm this weekend.

AuSable Valley, Class C (0-3)
Dropped a tough home loss to Peru, 55-2.  Look to rebound this week at PHS with both teams searching for their first win.

Plattsburgh, Class B (0-3)
Numbers are up and enthusiasm is high at PHS under new coach Pat Kelleher.  Look for a good game this week when PHS squares off the AuSable on Saturday.

Saranac, Class C (0-3)
The Chiefs turned in a strong defensive start Saturday but lost at Saranac Lake.

   

Buffalo Area Football Capsules - 2014

As we are all fully aware, the 2014 high school football season in NYS is up and running!   As teams go into the mid-season and position themselves for the playoffs there will be periodical stories updating the season.   In the Buffalo area we have attached in the following link http://issuu.com/nyfootballwriter/docs/football_weekly__87/0 the team and player capsules for the season.   Track your favorite team and player as the season progresses.   Good luck to all! 

   

SECTION 2 SEASON - WEEK 3

The season is off and running in Section 2 and teams are beginning to position themselves for Division Titles and playoff spots.   Attached are current rankings per the Times Union newspaper.   Good luck to all teams week 3!

pdf button1   SECTION 2 SEASON - WEEK 3 - PER TIMES UNION

   

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