playoffs and post seasons

football

Too bad for Granville but it was one of those games that you watched slip away and there was no obvious answer why. So the Horde fall to Corinth.

That loss gets Granville into a faceoff with Voorheesville, a team that bopped them out of the playoffs two years ago in the first round.

Bad magic there with a kicker coming into the game as time ran out to kick a game-winner.

A two-sport athlete by-the-by who only go to the game in time from another sectional contest in futbol because that game didn’t go into overtime.

There are no Horde players left from that team, but I’ll bet the coaches still remember.

The next week might provide Granville with a chance to avenge one of their losses from last season.

Granville was the first win in Hoosic Valley football history as their program broke into the win column against the Horde’s 0-9 team.

HV has no home field so they would end up here, potentially setting up two Saturday games in a row to close things out for Granville.

4 and 5 would be a good turnaround after last year and sets the team up well to make a run at an even better record in the 2009 season.

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