Fearless Predictions

7:19 PM, Aug 15, 2012   |    comments
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Canisius will beat St. Joe's

Tanner Hoose, Southwestern, will kick the most field goals.

Twenty running backs will rush for 1000 yards.

A WNY team will win a state title.

The Connolly Cup and Buffalo news will have different players of the year.

Michael Senn, Orchard Park senior lineman, will win the trench trophy.

Fredonia and Southwestern will battle for the Class C Championship in November at the stadium.

Ben Holmes, Orchard Park senior QB, Marquel Jackson, Cheektowaga senior RB, and Corey Barczykowski, Alden senior RB, will be favorites for the Connolly Cup.

Sweet Home will lose a game to a Section VI opponent for the first time in 6 years.

Tanner Hoose, Southwestern junior K, will break the WNY career field goal record which is 16. He needs 8 to break the record.

Ryan Richards, West Seneca East LB, will lead WNY in tackles.

Ben Holmes, Orchard Park senior RB, will run and pass for a combined 2000 yards and 20 touchdowns.

Trent Ferguson, Williamsville South QB, will throw 10 touchdown passes to Chaquille Nettles.

Evan Majewski, Starpoint junior RB, and Nick Callone, St. mary's junior RB will each rush for 1000 yards for the second consecutive year.

Connor Johnson, Pioneer senior L, will have 15 pancakes this year.

Corey Barczykowski, Alden senior RB, will rush for over 1000 yards and score 15 touchdowns.

Marquel Jackson, Cheektowaga senior RB, will rush for 1500 yards and score 16 touchdowns this year.

Brandon Thomas, Cleveland Hill junior RB will rush for 1500 yards, score 15 touchdowns and average double digit tackles on defense this year.

Peter Trathen, Southwestern senior RB, will average double digits in tackles.

Jordan Johnson, former Sweet Home All-WNY and All-State star will have a significant impact in his freshman year for the University of Buffalo football team.

Several players this season will lose significant playing time due to more strigent school concussion policies.

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