In addition to Champen’s award as the best offensive player in the league, Terry said, the Stallions had the NFA’s Defensive Player of the Year in Jeremy Polhamus and the NFA’s Coach of the Year in Bobby McKnight. Terry also said Champen and Polhamus are two of 18 Stallions who will compete in the NFA All-Star Game next month at Waterloo.
Oneonta City is 18-32 over its five seasons.
MA wins opener
Kyle Buss’ 25-yard field goal capped the scoring Saturday as host Milford Academy beat Globe Institute, 22-20, in its season opener in New Berlin.
Aaron Ford’s second interception came in the fourth quarter and set up the Falcons for a fourth-quarter touchdown that pulled them to 20-19. The Knights kept Milford Academy from getting the go-ahead points on a two-point conversion attempt but failed to score on the next series, leading to Buss’ winning field goal.
Milford Academy plays its next game at Massachusetts Maritime this Sunday. The Falcons’ next home game is against Erie Community College at 3 p.m. Sept. 14.