WGRZ Weekly Football Poll: Week 7

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Large Schools:
Jamestown (7-0) remained unbeaten by defeating Orchard Park in the game of the year. Sisson has accounted for an incredible 40 touchdowns in 7 games. 
Sweet Home (7-0) smacked the Macks unbeaten Skein with a dominating performance. 
Orchard Park (5-2): If the Quakers become more consistent, they can win another sectional title. Goltz, Murphy, Falzone, and line were awesome against the Red Raiders. 
St. Joe's (5-2):  Marauders need to get by Timon/St. Jude before the matchup with Canisius in the "Holy War" battle on November 2nd. 
Canisius (5-2): Crusaders play Hawks before matchup with Maurauders. Need to get better play out of the quarterback.
South Park (6-1): Sparks need to win 2 games to become 1st city of Buffalo school to play in the sectional championship at the Stadium.
Kenmore West (5-2): Blue Devils operating on all cylinders and with Fron, Price, Ford, and Kulik will be a force in playoffs.
McKinley (6-1): Macks need to regroup after loss to Panthers. They have a tough matchup in quarterfinals. 
West Seneca East (6-1): Trojans dominated Engineers and found new weapons in running backs Brandon Day and Rashassan Johnson.
Grand Island (6-1): Vikings had excellent regular season in spite of several injuries. Can beat the macks to reach the semi-finals. 
Small Schools: 
Alden (7-0): 4th consecutive unbeaten season for the Bulldogs. 
Cheektowaga (6-1): Warriors will contend for championship behind running backs Gibson and Summers.
Burgard (6-1): Bulldogs have best defense in Western New York. They will need to avoid penalties and turnovers in the playoffs. 
Randolph (7-0): I can't see any team beating the Cardinals in the playoffs. They should win the sectional and state titles since the team is awesome. 
Cleveland Hill (7-0): The Golden Eagles are unbeaten in the regular season for the first time since 2008. They have posted 15-3-0 record in the past 2 seasons. Their defense is outstanding. 
Fredonia (7-0): The Hillbillies have been unstoppable with McCarthy and Ley at the helm. Should be a rematch at the Ralph with Cleveland Hill. 
Salamanca (6-1): They will need to pick up the offense in the playoffs with Fish, Spirek, and Beattie. 
Bennett (4-3): The Tigers are on a roll and will be a tough matchup in the playoffs. Paul Dixon is the real deal. 
Depew (5-2): The Wildcats have to regroup after a shutout loss to Lancaster.
St. Mary's (4-2): The Lancers can play with big schools. Loss of Vallone hurt big time. 

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