Top Teams: Small Schools

Top Teams: Small Schools

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Top Teams: Small Schools

Top Teams: Small Schools

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Top Teams: Small Schools

Top Teams: Small Schools

Cleveland Hill: Golden Eagles have flourished under Glen Graham. Look for the best to continue behind Crawford, Taylor and Hairston.

Depew: Wildcats have talent to compete for another Sectional Title behind Sekuterski, Perrine, Grant and Anna.

Burgard: Bulldogs have two of the top defensive players in WNY with Morrow and Sanders. Add the Moss Brothers – Tiawon (6’5, 280-lbs) and Emmanuel (6’7. 320-lbs.), and you have Jason Kolb’s squad barking through the playoffs.

Alden: Bulldogs will look to continue through their dynasty with Grant, Riddoch and Scheitzer.

Randolph: Cardinals have the horses (Senn, Bowers, Andrews) to pave the way for Nelsen. Could be the first WNY team to win three consecutive State Championships.

Pioneer: Panthers have Moran, Cycon, Woodring and Merlau plowing opponents with Mummery shaking-and-baking.

Maple Grove/Chautauqua Lake: Red Dragons will survive moving up a class with Miller, Sandberg, Baker, Hulton and Tanner.

Cheektowaga: Warriors will move chains with Gibson running behind Wilson Sciera and Woods.

Southwestern: Trojans return 15 of 22 starters. Peterson, Breyerton, Sandbloom Tood and Pannes will bring glory back to the program.

Medina: Mustang return 17 of 22 starters. Hellwig, Pecoraro, and Lewis will have opponents chirping.

Fredonia: Hillbillies have unfinished business after losing to Cleveland Hill in Sectional Championship. McCarthy, Rinus, Voss and Piper and Epps will help Mike Marshalls team compete for Title.

Courtesy Dick Gallagher 2014 Preseason

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