Section 4 Week 4 football: Top games, schedule, scores

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As September gives way to October, the Stage 4 football schedule has the following to offer:

Susquehanna Valley (3-0) will face Chenango Forks (3-1) at home on Friday night in a contest that will draw the attention of many. The Sabers will be good and hungry after losing their last two 40-0 to the Blue Devils.

Union-Endicott (2-1) picked up a couple of wins in their first home game against Corning (2-1), who lost a 15-12 game at home to Vestal last week.

Horseheads (2-2) will be home Friday night to take on Owego (1-3), who presents a rusher fresh from a school record outing. Steven Bidwell went for 295 yards against Johnson City, five touchdowns along the way.

Norwich (2-2) are in Johnson City on Friday, where the Wildcats will look to secure the program’s first 3-0 record since 2011.

Ninth-placed Walton (3-0) makes the long journey to top-placed Tioga (4-0) for a Friday matchup of the Class D hopefuls.

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Friday 30 Sept

Elmira at the Free Academy in Rome, 6:30 p.m.

Ithaca in Watertown, 6:30 p.m

Binghamton at Vestal, 7 p.m

Corning at Union-Endicott, 7 p.m

Owego at Horseheads, 7 p.m

Norwich at Johnson City, 7 p.m

Windsor in Maine-Endwell, 7 p.m

Chenango Forks in the Susquehanna Valley, 7 p.m

Harpursville/Afton at Bainbridge-Guilford, 7 p.m

Walton in Tioga, 7 p.m

Whitney Point in Montrose, Pa., 7 p.m

Watkins Glen/OM at Lansing, 7 p.m

Saturday October 1st

Chenango Valley in the Newark Valley, 1:30 p.m

Sidney at Deposit-Hancock, 1:30 p.m

Spencer-Van Etten/Candor in Delhi, 1:30 p.m

Waverly in Oneonta, 3 p.m

Eight per side

Friday 30 Sept

Oxford at Unatego, 6 p.m

Unadilla Valley at Greene, 7 p.m

Saturday October 1st

Groton in Moravia, 1 p.m

Newfield at Thomas A. Edison, 1:30 p.m