Schalmont (2-6) didn't need many offensive plays to score its points against Cairo-Durham (0-8). The Mustangs turned the ball over several times to give the Sabres good field position, and Schalmont took advantage with short scoring drives.
Ken Lancto had a 9-yard touchdown run and returned a punt 68 yards for another score to lead the Sabres. Dashawn Banks also scored two touchdowns, and Matt Torres rushed for more than 70 yards and a touchdown.
Scotia-Glenville (2-6) did most of its scoring in the first quarter against Johnstown. Brett Evensen rushed for a 4-yard touchdown to get the Tartans on the scoreboard, and Kevin Frame capped the next Scotia-Glenville series with a 3-yard scoring run. Frame added a 78-yard interception return at the end of the quarter to put the Tartans up 21-0.
Evensen contributed a 37-yard scoring run in the fourth quarter, and Dakota Aker added a 10-yard touchdown pass to Joe Coons for Scotia-Glenville. Evensen finished with 108 rushing yards.
Niskayuna (2-6) will try to bounce back from a 28-27 loss to Saratoga when it hosts Bethlehem Friday. The Silver Warriors made a valiant comeback with 20 unanswered points in the fourth quarter, but Saratoga stopped their two-point conversion run attempt to hold on for the win.
Quarterback Dan Peters threw for more than 210 yards and three touchdowns, and he added a 1-yard scoring run for Niskayuna.""