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Chamberlain leads Horses to huge upset, 17-7

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Jack Burger didn’t want to nitpick. Sure, his Troy High School football team could have played better, but beating Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, last year’s Class A state runner-up, is a pretty exciting way to open the season. “Offensively, we sputtered, but we did enough right to win,” said Burger, whose Flying Horses scored three times in the second half to post a 17-7 win over the Spartans Friday night at Troy. “We played a great ...

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