Dick Gallagher's Extra Points

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Mark Armstrong, Clarence's Sr. QB, separated his shoulder and is lost for the season. The injury will not require surgery. Mark is expected to pitch for the Red Devils.

A total of 45 games will be played this weekend.

Considering the enrollment at St. Francis and St. Joe's, the crowd for Saturday's game was not what it should have been. Where were the other 100 students?

Prediction: St. Joe's and Canisius will play at Ralph Wilson Stadium in November for the Msgr. Martin Association Championship.

Cortland Haines, Jamestown's Sr. Lineman and an All-WNY player in 2011, played his first game this season against Lancaster after missing the first two games due to an injury.

Top Offensive Player: Justin Twarog of Amherst

Top Defensive Player: Imani Davis

Top Special Teams Player: Kyle Few of Lockport

The game between Williamsville South and West Seneca East will feature two the top QBs in WNY - The Billies' Trent Ferguson and the Trojans' Andy Smigiera.

Top Statisticians: Pat and Chuck Secord, Lockport

Most Expensive Game Program: Williamsville South

Most Expensive Hot Dog: St. Joe's

Best Cheeseburger: Clarence

Best Hot Dog: Lancaster

Kyle Few, Lockport's Sr. K, booted a 47-yard field goal against Hutch-Tech.

Most Passing Touchdowns: 9, Justin Twarog of Amherst

City of Buffalo teams lost 7 or 8 games this week, with the only win by Burgard on a last-second play.

The status of Bennett football is a mess. What started as a season of high expectations has turned into a perfect storm that will keep the Tigers from making the playoffs.

Jamestown has two of the best linemen in WNY: John Czech and Cortland Haines.

Class C is weak this year, and the winner of the Section will more than likely have to face Hornell in the State Quarterfinals.

Hayden Schonert, Lancaster's Sr. LB, has averaged 13 tackles for the first three games.

Congratulations to Jerry Boyes, the coaches and players at Buffalo State for their tremendous victory over the nation's number one team in the NCAA division III football - UW Whitewhiter. This win also is a testament to WNY football, as several local players are on the Bengals.

Top Freshman: Foster Dell, Pioneer

Timon/St. Jude will have Adam DiMillo, Jr. RB, playing this week against Wilson Magnet (of Rochester). Its about time for some good news for the Tigers!

Maurice Howie, South Park's QB, has completed 50 of 68 passes for 629 yards and 7 TDs. The Junior has also rushed for 220 yards and 2 TDs.

Rodney Turner, Depew's Sophomore RB, leads Section VI in rushing with 518 yards.

Ben Holmes, Orchard Park's QB, has completed 23 of 35 passes for 485 yards and 5 TDs. The Senior has also rushed for 350 yards and 3 TDs to lead the Quakers to a 3-0 record.

Mitch Wilson, Orchard Park's Sr. RB, has rushed for 493 yards, 8 TDs, and averaged over 10 yards per carry.

Weekly Capsule: Msgr. Martin Association

St. Joe's had a solid first quarter against St. Francis, but struggled offensively for the rest of the game. The Marauders' defense was the difference in the second half. Led by Nigel Davis, Jack Bargnesi, and Mike Hubert, St. Mary's dominated the rival Hawks. Vallone and O'Brien are the Lancers' "Dynamite Duo".

Canisius woke up after the contest with St. Mary's and soundly defeated McKinley.

Timon/St. Jude lost to Aquinas, who is ranked number 3 in the state in Class AA. They held the Little Irish to 207 total yards and 2 offensive touchdowns.

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