High-SchoolNew-York: Hornell

For the second straight year, Yankee Stadium will be revamped from a baseball field to a football field next Tuesday for the big PSAL championship matchup against Erasmus Hall and Lincoln. In the meantime, let's run through some of the highlights of other title games that took place this past week:

*Hornell sent coach Gene Mastin into retirement on a good note, extending the program's win streak to 39 by copping its third straight Class B title with a 22-6 victory against Croton-Harmon. Scott McKibben ran for 104 yards and two scores while Zack Bacon chipped in 148 rushing yards.

*Orchard Park won its second straight Class AA title, beating Newburgh, 21-13. The Quakers finished the season 13-0 and should be in a nice spot when the ESPNHS final state rankings are released next week.

*Sayville topped Lawrence, 78-61, to win the Class III Long Island title. (Yes, we're still talking about football, folks.) The record-breaking score featured Sayville RB Zach Sirico scoring six rushing touchdowns to tie a Long Island Championship record. Lawrence quarterback Joe Capobianco was formidable in defeat, setting LIC records for attempts (41), completions (27) and passing TDs (seven). The sophomore's 541 passing yards tied the Long Island single-game mark and was just two off the state record. Together, the teams set records for points, yards (1,276) and plays from scrimmage (135).

*William Floyd captured the LIC Class 1 title with a 54-47 against East Meadows. Stacey Bedell rushed for a LIC-record 412 yards, pushing the star tailback over the 400-yard mark for the first time in his career in what was the final game of his career.

Brandon Parker covers New York for ESPNHS magazine and ESPNHS.com. Follow him on Twitter @brandoncparker or email him at brandon.c.parker@espn.com.

St. Anthony's wins third straight state football title

November, 21, 2011
Like their chances entering the season, St. Anthony's third straight football championship was never in question.

The Friars shutout Archbishop Stepinac, 14-0, to run their undefeated streak to 21 games and capture their third consecutive CHSFL AAA title on Friday. Defensive lineman Pat McHugh, who was named MVP, and defensive back Tim Stackpole, who forced a fumble that Anthony Leggio returned 61 yards for the decisive score, proved to be the defensive difference makers. For more, check out this game story from ESPNNewYork.

*In AA title action, Fordham Prep outlasted Kellenberg with a late two-point conversion for the second time this season. Logan Williamson found Jarred Moorer in the back of the end zone with 18 seconds remaining to seal a 22-21 victory. The outcome marked the Rams' first-ever AA championship. Kellenberg star QB Matt McDaniels racked up 343 rushing yards, including an 80-yard score on the first play, but it wasn't enough to overcome the Rams' timely defensive plays.

*Defending PSAL champ Fort Hamilton lost 16-8 in the second round to DeWitt Clinton. The Tigers had been fighting an uphill battle since losing QB Marvin Centeno to a season-ending shoulder injury a few weeks ago and backup Travon Reid Segure to a torn ACL. Tailback Robert Thomas did what he could to put the Tigers in contention, but Clinton pulled away behind a 79-yard punt return score by Jeremiah Obeng-Agyapong. The Governors' win puts them the semifinal round for the first time since 1989.

*Hornell pushed its win streak to 38 games by downing Chittenango, 35-27, in the Class B semifinals. The Red Raiders will go for their third straight championship this weekend against Croton-Harmon in the Carrier Dome.

Brandon Parker covers New York for ESPNHS magazine and ESPNHIGHSCHOOL.com. Follow him on Twitter @brandoncparker or email him at brandon.c.parker@espn.com.