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Restaurant tackles athletic appetites

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GLENVILLE, N.Y. -- If there's one thing the Burnt Hills Football team loves more than winning, it's their wings.

"We got the Burnt Hills football team and they're doing phenomenal this year. Usually they come in and devour most of them," said Scott Mundell, who's a chef at The Millstone restaurant in Glenville.

But tonight Mundell won't be serving the athletes. The players will be on the field hungry to end the season 13-0 in Syracuse.

It's a good group of kids. I've employed a few of them and I've gotten to know a quit a few of them. They deserve it. They're a good group of kids and hopefully it comes out the best," said Millstone owner Corey Masten.

Throwing support for the Spartans, the restaurants owner Corey Masten and his wife, Sibyl, are serving the teams favorite side dish at a price that scores.

"We're doing 12 cent wings because the team is 12-0. So hopefully buy seven o'clock they'll be 13 cents," said Masten.

"It's not really to turn a profit it's just to support the team," said Masten's wife Sibyl.

Pair the mini morsels of wings with game action on a huge television screen and the night is sure score some touch downs with team supporters.

"Tonight is all about the fans. They're going to be here watching that game and hopefully we do good," said Mundell.

"They are all very proud. The kids have done a great job and they deserve it. They've all worked hard and their hard work has paid off," said Sibyl Masten. ClientIP:, UserAgent: CCBot/2.0 ( Profile: TWCSAMLSP