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2 Schalmont for 'B' championship The teams collided in last year's football final in the Carrier Dome, and a classic ensued Kyle Balmer hands off to Cordell Woolfolk during Maine Endwell's victory over Cheektowaga on Sunday. It is the rematch so many have been eagerly awaiting no doubt more so in the Greater Schenectady area than anywhere. Top ranked Maine Endwell will oppose second ranked Schalmont for New York's Class B football championship, noon Sunday in the Carrier Dome. It was last Dec. 1 when M E sprang from a two touchdown halftime deficit, only to fall behind again and need a 75 yard drive for a score and subsequent two point conversion with four seconds remaining to pull out a 22 21 victory over the Sabres. That outcome left Maine Endwell a 38 game win streak. Come noon Sunday, the Spartans will brace for kickoff seeking a 51st consecutive win that would pull them even with Hornell as the state's all time football best. Ah, but to accomplish that, Maine Endwell must get past a Schalmont squad that has: Outscored 12 opponents by an aggregate 708 103. Been held short of 40 points in one game. Held leads of 63 0 and 68 0 at halftime. "They're a really well coached team and they believe in what they're doing," said M E senior Adam Gallagher. "They have some good athletes but I think most of all, they have that huge chip on their shoulder after last year. I'm sure most people in their community thought that they had it pretty much in the bag. "Probably from Day 1 of their season it was get back to the state championship game and win it this time." "I expect a great game like last year," said fellow Spartans senior Jake Felice. "I had a feeling last year that they were going to want it because that game was so close, that they'd come back and be a great team this year. I'm expecting a game similar to last year." Maine Endwell is coming off a 54 28 semifinal win against Cheektowaga in which the Spartans did virtually as they chose to do offensively. The 28 point yield, however, represents a season high. Schalmont won its semifinal by 49 14 over Marlboro, a game in which consecutive interception returns for scores were the basis of a three TD lead in the first quarter. In all, the Sabres picked off three first quarter passes. Schalmont rushed for 294 yards in that game at Kingston's Dietz Stadium, and allowed Marlboro 153 yards of offense. Nick Gallo (5 11, 185), a first team all state linebacker last season, will play his 47th varsity game on Sunday. As quarterback, he has completed 61 passes for 1,089 yards and 12 TDs this season, while rushing for 1,107 and 28 TDs. Teammate Hunter Gac (5 11, 165) heads Schalmont rushers with 1,376 yards to go with 26 touchdowns. A weekend ago against Marlboro, Gallo rushed for 115 yards and two TDs, and added a TD pass. Gac rushed for 124 and a score, and tacked on a 43 yard scoring reception. "They have some very tough kids, they're well coached and I'm sure they're going to come gunning for us," Spartans coach Matt Gallagher said. Maine Endwell last lost a varsity football game on Nov. 12, 2010. That night at East Syracuse Minoa High, Whitesboro was a 40 14 winner in the quarterfinal round of Class A playoffs.