Scotia quarterback battle is a family affair

"We have some talented athletes, but not talented football players," said DePaolo. "We're preaching to the kids that the more we practice, the more talented we'll be."

If Scotia-Glenville can stay healthy, this year's schedule promises to give the Tartans a good chance to have a winning record. Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, Niskayuna and Troy are no longer on their schedule. Instead, they have non-divisional games against Queensbury, South Glens Falls and Cairo-Durham and divisional contests against Averill Park, Mohonasen, Lansingburgh and Bishop Maginn.

"We got a little more confidence [going into this season] because we got a couple of wins last year," said Reed. "We're going to try for a few more and have a winning season.""

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