BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - West Seneca East will play for a state championship for the first time in program history tomorrow on Friday.
The Trojans will play Cornwall Central at 3 p.m. at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse.
WSE head coach Joe Maurino told News 4 Sports earlier this week the one thing that has propelled the team on it's current postseason run: grit.
This senior class also wants to go out on top.
"Definitely means a lot," senior Zach Arnone said. "Our last year, I'm never playing football again. I'm going to lay it all out on the line."
"They're that kind of group that doesn't let the pressure get to them," added Maurino. "They want to keep playing together and this is as far we can go. They're happy to be around each other for another week to get out there and to get after it."
In Class D, the combined team of Clymer-Sherman-Panama will play for a state title for the first time since all three schools joined together.
The Wolfpack will play Moriah at noon on Friday.
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