This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY’s community rules. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. Have another slice of surprise this high football season, with the Cougars pulling off the biggest one on Friday night of Week 3.  Mason Ferrara, a senior who was named all-state in Class B after last season, ran for 254 yards and four touchdowns on 20 carries for the Honeoye Falls-Lima Cougars (2-1). “We’ve got a stud and workhorse in Mason Ferrara and our offensive line did a fantastic job of opening holes,” HF-L coach John Russ said. “Our running back is fantastic, he had 200 yards in the first half. Batavia’s run defense was missing at least one key part, linebacker Josh Barber, a 2018 Democrat and Chronicle All-Greater Rochester Team member, who left the team’s game in Week 2 with an injury. “That hurt them quite a bit,” Russ said. “You never want to see someone else’s stud player get hurt.”  Honeoye Falls-Lima was No. 3 in the third and latest Democrat and Chronicle/Section V Small Schools Coaches Poll. Batavia, a 2018 state finalist in Class B, is now 2-1 after holding the No....