Shenendehowa Football 2015

Three students are shown prior to the start of the Shenendehowa homecoming football game against Ballston Spa on Friday, Oct. 2, 2015 in Clifton Park. (Michael Kelly/Gazette Reporter)Three students are shown prior to the start of the Shenendehowa homecoming football game against Ballston Spa on Friday, Oct. 2, 2015 in Clifton Park. (Michael Kelly/Gazette Reporter)

BY MICHAEL KELLY
Gazette Sportswriter

CLIFTON PARK — Welcome to Your Clifton Park & Halfmoon’s home for its coverage of the 2015 Shenendehowa football season.

In 2014, the Plainsmen won the Section II Class AA Super Bowl and advanced to the state semifinals. The squad went undefeated through the Section II campaign, topping CBA in the championship game with a 25-20 decision.

Shenendehowa finished last year’s campaign with an 11-1 record.

This year’s team started its preseason on Aug. 17, and is 3-4 through Week 7.

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THE SCHEDULE

Week 1, Sept. 5: Miscues, heat too much for Shenendehowa to overcome against powerful Canisius

Week 2, Sept. 11: Plainsmen fall 35-21 to Shaker

Week 3, Sept. 18: Shenendehowa football runs past CBA

Week 4, Sept. 25: Saratoga Springs tops rival Shenendehowa

Week 5, Oct. 2: Plainsmen back on track after dominating Ballston Spa

Week 6, Oct. 9: Slow start gives way to dominant win for Shenendehowa against Albany

Week 7, Oct. 16: Lost 21-9 at Guilderland.


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About the Author

Michael Kelly
Michael Kelly is a sports reporter for Your Clifton Park and Your Niskayuna, weekly print publications of The Daily Gazette. Kelly grew up in Clifton Park and graduated from Shenendehowa High School in 2006. He is also a 2010 graduate of the Stony Brook University School of Journalism. Kelly's work has been honored by the New York News Publishers Association, the New York State Associated Press Association, and the Associated Press Sports Editors. His work has previously been featured in The (Amsterdam) Recorder, The Saratogian, and Albany Times Union.