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Western New York high school football schedule for Week 4

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Canisius vs. WNY Maritime/Health Sciences

Canisius running back Damari Yancey gets tackled by WNY Maritime/Health Sciences' Jeremy Thompson and Amari Degraffenreid during a football game at Stransky Athletic Complex on Sept. 17, 2022. 

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Here is the schedule for Week 4 for Western New York high school football teams:


All games at 7 p.m.

Hutch-Tech (0-3) at Lancaster (3-0),

McKinley (3-0) at North Tonawanda (0-3)

CSP (2-1) at Catt./Little Valley (0-3)


All games at 7 p.m.

Cathedral Prep, Pa. (3-1) at St. Francis (1-1),

Gowanda/Pine Valley (2-1) at Wilson (0-3)

Frewsburg (2-1) at Randolph (3-0)

Portvillr(3-0) vs. Franklinville/Ellicottville (2-1) at Ellitcottville

Salamanca (2-1) at Fredonia (3-0)

Southwestern (2-1) at Silver Creek/Forestville (2-1)

JFK (1-2) at Eden/North Collins (2-1)

Springville (0-3) at Chautauqua Lake (1-2)

Alden (3-0) at Allegany-Limestone (0-3)

Lackawanna (3-0) at Depew (1-2)

Cleveland Hills (0-3) at Akron (2-1)

Newfane (0-3) at Roy-Hart/Barker/Lyndonville (1-2)

Medina (3-0) at Tonawanda (1-2)

Maryvale (3-0) at Dunkirk (0-3)

East Aurora/Holland (1-2) at Cheektowaga (2-1)

Lewiston Porter (1-2) at Iroquois (3-0)

Albion (1-2) at Pioneer (3-0)

Burgard/Performing Arts (1-2) at West Seneca East (2-1)

Lake Shore (1-2) at Williamsville South (1-2)

South Park (2-1) at Grand Island (0-3)

Amherst (1-2) at Kenmore East (0-3)

Williamsville North (2-1) at Jamestown (1-2),

Frontier (2-1) at Clarence (1-2), Spectrum

Niagara Wheatfield (1-2) at West Seneca West (2-1)


All games at 2 p.m. unless noted

Bennett (1-2) at Orchard Park (3-0), 1 p.m.

Canisius (2-1) at St. Joe’s (3-0),

St. Mary’s (0-3) at Cardinal O’Hara (1-2)

Niagara Falls (0-3) at Lockport (1-2)

Hamburg (1-2) at Kenmore West (1-2)

Williamsville East (3-0) at Sweet Home (2-1)

Bishop Timon (2-1) at Attica (2-1)

Olean (2-1) at Falconer/Cass. Valley/Maple Grove (2-1), 7 p.m.

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“Word of mouth has gotten around that this program is on the rise,” said quarterback Aaron Jentz, one of those seniors. “Just the atmosphere here is different than anywhere else you’d play football at. Obviously, other high schools have great teams and coaches. The players here, you want to play football here. You got guys to talk to, who will help you with school, make you better as a player, and have your best interest. Nobody is playing for themselves.”

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