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Major records fell in landmark season

Jamestown senior Jake Sisson set the Western New York single-season passing record (3,184).

Randolph senior Chris Doubek (pictured immediate right) set the Western New York single-season rushing record (2,536).

Canisius senior Qadree Ollison (pictured top right) set the Canisius career rushing record (4,147, third all-time in Monsignor Martin Association history).

Canisius won its second straight Monsignor Martin Association title. It is 20-2 over the last two seasons, with the two losses this year on the road to New York State Public High Schools Athletic Association Class AA champion V-Aquinas (3-0 in Week Two) and Ohio Division IV state finalist Cardinal Mooney (9-7 in Week Seven).

St. Joe’s season-opening home win over St. Anthony’s is the only game the Long Island power lost all season (11-1, currently No. 3 in state).

Jamestown won its first Section VI Class AA championship since 2011 with a 42-7 victory over Frontier in which it set Ralph Wilson Stadium records for yards passing (402 by Jake Sisson), yards receiving (181 by Zack Panebianco) and total offense (607 yards).

Williamsville North ended Sweet Home’s six-year reign as Section VI Class A champions.

Depew ended Alden’s three-year reign as Section VI Class B champions. (Depew’s Cody Penner and Derek Sekuterski pictured at bottom left.)

Cleveland Hill won its second straight Section VI Class C championship.

Depew and Cleveland Hill advanced to the state semifinals for the first time.

Section VI won four of five Far West Regional games against Section V (Rochester area) for the second straight year. It was the fourth time in the last six years that Section VI was 4-1 in the regional round; it is 19-11 over that span.

Randolph’s 49-0 win over V-Red Jacket was the largest in the 21-year history of the Far West Regionals (any classification).

Williamsville North and Randolph made the NYSPHSAA championship games, giving Section VI a total of 15 state finalists appearances over the last six years (of a total of 30 from the West half of the state).

Randolph won its second straight Class D championship, giving it four titles in the last nine years and giving Section VI five Class D titles over that same span.

– Keith McShea

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