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Football: Spartans' offense hasn't missed a beat

Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake's Tyler Dowdle (20)  struggles through Lansinburgh's Josh Rodriguez (42) during Lansingburgh at Burnt Hills for the season opener of High School boys football on Friday, September 6, 2013.
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Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake's Tyler Dowdle (20) struggles through Lansinburgh's Josh Rodriguez (42) during Lansingburgh at Burnt Hills for the season opener of High School boys football on Friday, September 6, 2013.
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Not once did Lansingburgh stop Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake’s retooled starting offense Friday night. Lansingburgh had a difficult time handling the Spartans reserves, too. “What can you say? They’re a powerhouse,” first-year Knights coach Jeff Pasinella said after the reigning state Class A champions soared to a 69-25 season-opening non-league win. “They lose 24 players, and they do that. They’ve got a quality team up here.” New quarterback Danny Maynard directed six touchdown drives, and Josh ...

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