New York State High School Football Playoffs 2012: 5 titles decided Friday and Saturday

Title games in New York State High School divisions A, AA, B, C and D will all be decided this weekend at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse.

Two New York State high school football titles will be decided Friday, with three more division crowning their championships over the weekend. All games will be played at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse.

In Division D, the Randolph Cardinals and Tuckahoe Tigers kicked off at Noon ET with Randolph currently leading 21-7 in the fourth quarter. The Cardinals defeated Tioga last week 7-6 to advance to the title game, while the Tigers edged past Rensselaer 14-12.

The Division A title also gets decided later this afternoon as the Sweet Home Panthers square off against the Burnt Hills-Balston Lake Spartans at 3 p.m. ET. The Panthers routed Union-Endicott last week to set up their meeting with the Spartons, who took down Cornwall Central last week.

Saturday, Divisions AA, B and C will all be decided. Division C kicks off first as Hornell takes on Hoosick Falls at Noon ET. That game is followed by the Division B title game featuring Maine-Endwell and Glens Falls, scheduled for 3 p.m. ET. The Division AA title game pitting Orchard Park against New Rochelle closes the night out. Kickoff for that game is set for 6 p.m. ET.

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