North Stars dump Watertown, 47-17, to win season opener

BY RICKY ST. CLAIR

PLATTSBURGH — The Plattsburgh North Stars put their dynamic offense on full display Saturday at Melissa L. Penfield Park.

The North Stars rolled up 385 yards, while four different players found the end zone, in Plattsburgh’s 47-17 win over Watertown in Empire Football League play.

The North Stars scored 20 unanswered points to build a 27-7 lead before halftime, and they put the Red and Black away with a pair of scores in the fourth quarter.

“My philosophy is that offense is best when it’s balanced,” Plattsburgh coach Scott Aguglia said. “If you can find that sweet spot between the run and the pass, then you’re in a good place.”

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