South Shore Sits Atop of the PSAL Football City Conference


By Jerry Del Priore

PSAL football
PSAL Football City Conference.

With a third of the season in the books for the PSAL’s (Public School Athletic League) football City Conference, things are beginning to take shape. But there are five teams with 3-0 records, all of which are feverishly competing for the top spot as the pack starts to distance itself from the rest of the teams.

Here’s how the standings breakdown in the City Conference as it gets ready for Week 4 action.

South Shore is in first place with a 3-0 record and 558 power points, with wins over Boys & Girls, Fort Hamilton and Erasmus Hall.

Next Game: The purple and gold will head to New Utrecht on Saturday for a 7:00 p.m. contest.

Tottenville, who’s right behind the Vikings with a 3-0 record and 528 points, has beaten Lincoln, Boys & Girls and Flushing.

Next game: The Pirates host Wagner Friday at 7:00 p.m.

Midwood sports a 3-0 mark and is in third place with 498 points, with victories over Flushing, Curtis and New Drop.

Next game: The Hornets travel to the Bronx on Friday to face Clinton at  4:00 p.m.

Lehman is tied for fourth place with a 3-0 record and 389 power points after downing Campus Magnet, Canarsie and Clinton.

Next game: The Lions square off against Flushing Saturday at 7:00 p.m. at Evander Childs High School field in the Bronx.

Wagner, tied with the Lions for the number four spot with a 3-0 mark and 389 power points, earned wins over JFK, Clinton and Brooklyn Tech.

Next game: Wagner travels to Tottenville for a Friday night tilt at 7:00 p.m.

Lincoln, E-Hall and Fort Hamilton are all knotted for the next spot with 2-1 records and 370 power points apiece.

 

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