The Tioga Tigers are just the second team in Class D history to win back-to-back-to-back state championships in football after a dominant offensive showing against Stillwater to win the Class D state title.
The Waverly Wolverines are on the precipice of something that no football team from Waverly has ever done before: become New York state champions. All they need to do to get there is take down top-ranked Fonda-Fultonville.
In 2021 and 2022, the Tioga Tigers football team went undefeated to win the Class D state title. And they look poised to do it again, as the team is just one win away from their third undefeated state championship run in three years.
The Tioga offense scored six touchdowns, and the defense scored two more, as the Tigers cruised to their sixth-straight New York State Class D Football Semifinal with a huge win over Section 3′s Dolgeville.
In a rematch of last year’s Section 4 Class C championship, the Waverly Wolverines edged out the Chenango Forks Blue Devils thanks to a late touchdown and a safety to secure their second-straight championship.
Vestal back Liam Nealy ran for three touchdowns, and QB Cam Schaffer tossed two more through the air as the Vestal Golden Bears put on an offensive show in a 40-14 win over Horseheads in the Section 4 Class A football championship on Friday night.
The Windsor Black Knights and the Lansing Bobcats will face off in the Section 4 Class B championship this weekend after they finished in the top two in semifinal pool play over Oneonta and Susquehanna Valley.
With their season on the line, the Vestal Golden Bears went on the road and cruised past the Horseheads Blue Raiders in three straight sets to advance to the Class AA Section 4 volleyball championship.