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Spartans have unfinished business

Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake running back Vincent Dowdle, right, tries to push off a Cornwall tackler in the state semifinals last week at Dietz Stadium in Kingston.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake running back Vincent Dowdle, right, tries to push off a Cornwall tackler in the state semifinals last week at Dietz Stadium in Kingston.
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A year ago, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake came up big on the grandest stage for New York high school football, but only for a half. The Spartans opened up a 20-7 advantage against Maine-Endwell, but failed to add to that score, and their defense faltered in a 27-20 state Class A championship-game loss at the Carrier Dome in Syr­acuse. “We have to approach it as 48 minutes. Twenty-four, 26 minutes, that’s not going to cut it. ...


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