Foulds still making big plays

EXETER, N.H. – The Tri-City Charge are now printing their game tickets with the image of one spectacular play that led to a thrilling New England Football League victory earlier this month.



That picture is of Unadilla Valley graduate Josh Foulds, a three-year starter for the Storm football team, and Chenango County’s all-time leading rusher with over 3,500 career yards.

Foulds, who works a full-time job during the day and actually pays his own way to play football on the weekend, is in his third year playing semi-pro football for the Tri-City Charge, a Division 2A club in the 45-team NEFL.

An impact player in high school with a nose for the ball – and the endzone – Foulds was positioned perfectly to make the play of the game in his team’s 13-6 win over the Southern New England Rage.


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