BY MICHAEL KELLY
CLIFTON PARK — A week after everything went wrong for the Shenendehowa football team, senior Carl Fiore knew how to best sum up his team’s performance Friday against Ballston Spa.
“We came out and performed like we wanted to,” said Fiore, who rushed for three scores and 172 yards on 15 carries in the Plainsmen’s 42-7 Section II Class AA Empire Division victory.
In front of approximately 4,500 fans on homecoming night, the Plainsmen (2-1, 2-3) gave their crowd plenty to cheer about with a dominant performance. Shenendehowa scored the game’s first 21 points, outgained Ballston Spa (2-1, 3-2) 438-179 in yards and was able to work in new starting quarterback Mike Spulnick with ease.
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