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Another Suggested Question of the Week

 

Recently another reader suggestion came in via email (sentinelreporter@manchesternewspapers.com). Another good one, please, keep them coming. It’s great to hear from people, even if they’re not replying directly to the blog.

 

Here it is:

Have you checked out the long range weather forecast from the “Old Farmer’s Almanac” for our area? How believable do you think this forecast is?  

tough test

Football rankings just came out and it is not good news for the Horde. Playing Schuylerville rarly is but now it’s ’11th in the state’

This could be a big mental hurdle for the team COULD…

They didn’t seem to be intimidated by the Cambridge team last weekend

With a positive outlook and who knows? That’s why they play the games and all that. Granville improved over week one and racked up an impressive 30 points against a typically strong defensive team. Corinth held Schuylerville scoreless for a half, but Hoosick Falls, who looked so strong in week one, couldn’t stop them.

The head coach has talked about it before, mistake-free football, and the team reduced the number of mistakes week one to week two – can week 3 be the game they break through? This has to be a low scoring game, the D will win this one. NO easy scores for them and cash in any and every oppurtunity for Granville. This is not out of reach for this team, but will be an extreme test of their patience, skill and will to win.  

 

more later???

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