Troy will get a chance to avenge its first NFA loss in four seasons at 7 p.m. this Saturday, when the Fighting Irish host Oneonta City at Schenectady High.
“I’d much prefer to have a tough team to play right away,” Terry said. “This is the biggest win for the organization, so there’s potential for a letdown. But since we’re playing Troy next, there won’t be any letdown.”
The Stallions, who have never reached the postseason, improved to 13-29 all-time. The Stallions went 0-10 as a Regional American Football League team in their first season, then finished 4-5 in the Empire Football League in 2010. The team played its first season in the NFA in 2011 and went 2-8.