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I was very fortunate to be part of two very special years in Walton football history. going into the 1975 season Walton had not had a winning record since 1961. That year with some of us being part of Waltons first smallfry program gave Walton its first winning season in 14 years with a 6-2-1 record.
Some of the memorable wins that year:
Beat Delhi 32-8 First win in 8 years
Beat Chenango Forksranked #3 in the state20-8 First win in 11 years
Beat Afton 20-0
Beat Greene 34-8
Beat S-E 22-6
Beat Whitney Point 24-6
And although we didn't win I remember playing Newark Valley to 0-0 tie in 6" of water
And of course i was also fortunate to play for Jim Hoover his first year as Walton's head coach and be on the team who gave him his first victory. GO WARRIORS!

Steve Pierce
Class of 1977


I was lucky enough to be on the 1994 NYS Class C Football Champions. What a team we had. Anchored by Kirk Aikens, and Jason LaTourette, as well as an O-Line that (I am not sure exactly how many) didn't give up many sacks or negative yardage plays. Our Defense was among the best in the State that year, and LeRoy Collins in the state Title game was the only runner who really had a decent game agianst us. We played as a team, and we played to win, and thats all we did, going 13-0 on the season, with 5 shutouts, including the last 4 games of the regular season agianst all division opponents, and we broke Dolgeville's 41 game winning streak. It was an honor to be a part of that team, and something that none of us will ever forget, and I cant say how much I enjoy the opportunity to be a part of the team now, as the play by play stat keeper for the Varsity team, in 07 and hopefully for many more years. This team has the goods to do it agian, GO WARRIORS !!!

Scott Watford
Class of 1995


How the Orange Crush came to be!

One of Dick Hoover's (Jim's Dad) former player's was playing for the Denver Bronco's in an exhibition game during double sessions. Our defense was coming together and we decided we could be the Orange Crush too! We went 8-1, our only loss, to Chenango Forks on a long pass late in the 4th quarter when we came from 3 touch-downs behind to take the lead.

Norman Kilpatrick
1978 Season


Though there were many memories from that 2004 season, the one memory that we still talk about today is the Sidney game. After losing to Unatego 12-6, we had to win out in order to make playoffs. We had won out going into Sidney, lose to them, they win the division and we are out of playoffs, we win, we win the division and make playoffs. In front of thousands of fans in the cold on a muddy field we beat Sidney on their field thanks to John Talbots amazing catch and run, Wiseys longs run and Jeff Bolivar being a bulldozer. We beat Sidney 30-22 to capture the division title and make our way to the Section 4 title and eventually the state semi-finals...great year and great memories!

Kyle Besemer
2004 Season

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