School football: State rankings
Queensbury and Schalmont finished the football season ranked No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, by the New York State Sportswriters Association.
Queensbury (13-0) took the top spot in Class A after winning its first New York State Public High School Athletic Association championship, with Section II runner-up Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake (8-2) No. 4 in that grouping.
Schalmont (12-1) lost to No. 1-ranked Maine-Endwell (13-0) in the state Class B title game, and Section II runner-up Broadalbin-Perth (8-2) got the No. 17 rank in that mix.
Hoosick Falls (11-1) is No. 4 in Class C, with Chatham (9-1) No. 6 and Fonda-Fultonville (7-2) No. 17. Babylon (12-0) and Chenango Forks (12-1) share the No. 1 spot.
Cambridge (10-1) is No. 6 in Class D, with Rensselaer (8-2) No. 9 and Greenwich (7-2) No. 13. Randolph (13-0) is No. 1.
The final rankings in Class AA have yet to be determined. CBA (9-2) is currently No. 17 and Shaker (8-2) is No. 21.
Section II honorable mention teams are Guilderland (6-3), Saratoga Springs (7-2) and Shenendehowa (6-3) in Class AA; Troy (6-3) in Class A); Cohoes (6-3), Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk (6-3) and Scotia-Glenville (6-3) in Class B: Corinth (6-3) in Class C; and Canajoharie (5-3) and Salem (5-4) in Class D.