PENN YAN — Talk about being forced to execute an emergency strategy.
BATH — The Waterloo Indians (3-3) traveled to Haverling to take on the Rams (4-4) on a Saturday showdown and were able to escape with a narrow, 9-7 victory to bring them their third victory of the season.
Weekend high school football- Penn Yan/Waterloo/Red Jacket/Geneva/Palmyra-Macedon
PALMYRA — It came down to the wire Friday night between Geneva and Palmyra-Macedon.
SCHENECTADY — After dominating the non-conference portion of its schedule, the Hobart football team struggled in its Liberty League opener against Union College on Saturday afternoon as the Statesmen fell by a score of 23-7.
WATERLOO — Friday night’s matchup between two former Finger Lakes East foes proved to be one of the more exciting games in the Finger Lakes. After trailing 30-21 at halftime, Penn Yan shut out Waterloo in the second half to capture a 33-30 victory.
SHORTSVILLE — Defensive battles can be some of the best games on the gridiron. That’s exactly what was provided in Saturday’s matchup between Alexander and Red Jacket. The result was a narrow 11-8 victory for the visitors.
GENEVA — Since getting blanked by Rochester by a score of 1-0, the Herons haven’t lost a game. On Saturday afternoon William Smith extended the ir winning streak to four as they blanked Liberty League foe Clarkson on Cozzens Field by a score of 5-0.
Weekend football- Lyons/RJ/Waterloo/MW/PY/Hobart
BATAVIA — Geneva had its biggest challenge of the season on Friday night when they traveled to Batavia, a team that was in the state finals last November.