GLOVERSVILLE - The seniors will put on the pads for a final time this season for the Gloversville Huskies as they host Mohonasen tin a Class A crossover football game at 7 p.m. today at Robert E. Gould Stadium at Husky Field.
"We weren't planning on being back here at Husky Field but it is a chance for the seniors to play here one more time and I hope they take advantage of it," Gloversville coach Jared Bongo said.
The Huskies returned to sectional play last Friday but fell to Troy, the top seed in Class A Southeast, 56-7, in a quarterfinal game at Troy High School.
Mohonasen comes into tonight's game off a 68-6 loss to Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake.
"To me, and I told the guys this, it is business as usual," Bongo said. "Week nine is no different to me; we want to win the game. We have some JV guys coming up to help us out this week and it has brought some excitement into our practice. With our game plan and the way we have approached practice, it is a game we should win. But we need to execute and take care of business."
The Canajoharie Cougars and Broadalbin-Perth Patriots also were scheduled to play crossover games.
Canajoharie was slated to play Tamarac but opted to end its season after Week 8 due to injuries.
The Patriots were scheduled to play Albany Academy, but Cadets also opted to end their season due to low player count.