Video roundup: Week Four of the high school football season

Video roundup: Week Four of the high school football season

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Canisius Paul Woods

Canisius' Paul Woods averaged 19.5 yards per catch and finished with eight touchdowns during his junior season with the Crusaders. (James P. McCoy/Buffalo News)

Here's a roundup of available video highlights from Week Four of the high school football season.

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Canisius 55, St. Joe’s 16

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Watch: Live stream of Canisius vs. St. Joe's at New Era Field

From Canisius:

From St. Joe's:

Class AA

Clarence 35, Frontier 14

From Clarence:

From Frontier:

Hutch-Tech 34, Lockport 9

From Hutch-Tech:

From Lockport:

Lancaster 41, Niagara Falls 8

Class A North

Williamsville East 21, Sweet Home 7

From Williamsville East:

From Sweet Home:

Class A South

South Park 12, McKinley 7

West Seneca East 58, Amherst 16

West Seneca West 55, Hamburg 0

Nonleague

Cheektowaga 46, Alden 23

From Alden:

Cleveland Hill 12, Southwestern 0

Clymer/Sherman/Panama 48, Bishop Timon-St. Jude 22

JFK 43, Gowanda/Pine Valley 20

Silver Creek/Forestville 13, Akron 6

From Akron:

V-Aquinas 41, St. Francis 7

V-University Prep 22, St. Mary’s/Lanc. 0

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