Leading off today:
Senior Cole Burgess rushed for 219 yards, threw for 164 and figured in four scores Saturday as fourth-ranked Greenwich upset No. 1 Cambridge
43-38 in Class D football action.
It snapped the defending New York State Public High School Athletic Association champion's 17-game winning streak and gave Greenwich its first win over Cambridge since 1998.
Burgess, who also intercepted a pass, rushed 20 times and scored three TDs on the ground. His first score on a 5-yard run gave Greenwich a 14-0 lead in the first quarter. His final score was a 61-yard carry with 1:01 to play, and Cambridge closed out the scoring with :01 to go on a TD pass. Greenwich covered the ensuing onside kick to close out the game.
Greenwich won the battle of turnovers 4-0.
"They were the better team today, I don't think there's any question about it," Cambridge coach Doug Luke said. "They were more physical than us and they made the play every time they needed to. Good for them, and hopefully we'll come back again and meet them later in the season."
• Cambridge lost senior star Brenden Holcomb to a head injury on the opening kickoff. Later in the quarter, Indians safety Jacob Peters took a knee to the helmet and was taken off the field in an ambulance.
More Section 2 action: Thirteenth-ranked Holy Trinity took advantage of the short field in the first quarter and rolled to a 49-6 rout of No. 4 Stillwater in Class C.
Holy Trinity had touchdown drives of nine and 15 yards in the first quarter following an errant punt snap and a fumble recovery at the Warriors' 15-yard line, one of seven turnovers for Stillwater.
Dion Sexton (27 carries, 132 yards) converted the first mistake into a 1-yard TD run, and Pride quarterback Joe Tortello connected with Alex Brown for a 13-yard touchdown midway through the first quarter after the fumble recovery.
"You can't turn the ball over inside of our 15 in back-to-back possessions against this team," Stillwater coach Ian Godfrey told The Times Union. "They turned both of them into touchdowns."
Tortello hit Jordan Mettler with a 40-yard touchdown early in the second quarter on a drive that started in Stillwater territory to push the lead to 21-0. Tortello's eight-yard scramble for a touchdown pushed the lead to 28-6 with 8:04 left in the game.
On the next Stillwater possession, Nacier Hundley scooped up a Warriors fumble and returned the ball 26 yards for a touchdown. Moments later, he intercepted a pass and returned it 32 yards for his fourth defensive touchdown in the past two weeks.
• Defending NYSPHSAA Class B champion Glens Falls won its 18th straight game with a 10-6 victory over Queensbury, ranked 14th in Class A.
Freshman Aalijah Sampson gave Glens Falls the lead for good when he broke outside and ran 43 yards down the right sideline for a TD with 9:32 left in the third quarter.
"I think the biggest positive is it gives us confidence that when we get in those physical games where you have to dig down, you can find something," Glens Falls coach Pat Lilac