The Sabres finish the regular season Friday when they host Hudson Falls " a mercurial team that is 2-1 in its division but 2-4 overall.
"We don't necessarily match up as well with Hudson Falls as we matched up with Fonda because Hudson Falls is a more physical team," said Gallo. "I think we can move the ball, but the question is can we stop them offensively."
Mohon makes it two in a row
In other football action from last Friday, Mohonasen won its second consecutive game with a 32-6 victory over Averill Park, while Niskayuna won its first game by beating Schenectady 40-13.
Mohonasen (2-1, 3-3) got going in a hurry against Averill Park when Pat Barnes connected with Alexander Audino on a 57-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter. Joe Grassia capped a longer Mighty Warrior drive later in the quarter with a 1-yard scoring run, and Kevin Grzeskowiak added a 1-yard touchdown plunge in the second quarter to put Mohonasen ahead 20-0 at halftime.
Grassia finished with two touchdowns, and Barnes added a scoring run to his touchdown pass for the Mighty Warriors, who finish the regular season Friday against Bishop Maginn at Albany's Bleecker Stadium.
At Schenectady, Niskayuna scored three first quarter touchdowns with three big plays. Stephen Lefebvre broke free for a 73-yard scoring run. Then, Nick DiSarro returned a punt 70 yards for a touchdown to make the score 14-0. Chris Hall completed the spurt with a 58-yard interception return " one of two touchdowns Niskayuna's defense scored.
The Silver Warriors end their regular season Friday night by hosting class AA Division I-leading Saratoga.""