We’ve caught this act a time of 10 before, no? A credible playoff opponent hangs even-or-so with Chenango Forks for a bit, gets dinged by a counter-punch that shifts matters a tad the Blue Devils’ way— then succumbs to a barrage of blows from any which angle that wrings the doubt from a once-interesting contest. Chenango Forks 48, Cheektowaga 28 on a miserable, breezy, rain-dampened Saturday at Union-Endicott was the latest example.
“We did a good enough job some of the time.,” was how coach Nick Aiello put it. In fact, Coach’s Tigers of Tioga Central did a spectacular enough job early in the final quarter to flip a dozen-point deficit into a one-point advantage in Friday’s Class D state football semifinal against Maple Grove. But come conclusion, the boys who bused 3 1-4 or so hours to Union-Endicott departed cheerily after a 32-27 victory fraught with drama and swings and forceful body contact throughout.
Cheektowaga’s once-beaten Warriors pack a whole lot of potential into a spread offense that a miserly Chenango Forks defense will face come 3 p.m. Saturday at Union-Endicott. To the winner will go a berth in the Class B state football final opposite defending champion Glens Falls (11-0) or Pleasantville (10-1), noon Nov. 26 in the Carrier Dome. Should Forks advance, it would mark a fifth consecutive year the program has closed a season under the roof in Onondaga County.
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