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HS Football notebook: HAC-I rivals last teams standing
One of the best runs of the day in Selinsgrove's 41-14 victory over University Prep on Saturday ended up not counting.Continued ...
H.S. football: Dunmore surges past Southern Columbia
Bucks score 29 consecutive points, hand Tigers their lone lossContinued ...
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Listen as Daily Item Sports Editor Bill Bowman and Assistant Sports Editor Harold Raker break down every high school football playoff game set for this weekend.Continued ...
Selinsgrove overpowers Milton to win D4-AAA crown
Selinsgrove coach Dave Hess made sure to mention how humble running back Juvon Batts is. So the freshman speedster gave a shy smile when asked the last time he lost a foot race.Continued ...
“I don’t know,” Batts said.
Selinsgrove defense shuts down Milton
The path to Selinsgrove’s 12th District 4 Class AAA championship began and ended with its defense.Continued ...
“The defense really stepped up. I don’t know where they were in terms of yards (allowed), but the defense had a heck of a night,” said Selinsgrove coach Dave Hess. “They pitched a shutout, and boy, it couldn’t have come at a bigger time.
Dressler carries Danville back into title game
Danville’s offense curiously spent three quarters Friday weaning itself off fullback Sam Dressler, only to binge on the 1,000-yard runner’s talent when it mattered most. Dressler gained all 85 yards on the Ironmen’s game-winning touchdown drive in the fourth quarter of the District 4 Class AA semifinal against Athens.Continued ...
Southern Columbia claims 22nd District 4 crown
Delaware wing-T offenses have left plenty of television camera men, radio broadcasters and reporters looking the wrong way.Continued ...
Sometimes, although they are probably smarter than all of the above, even high school defenses fall prey to the deception, especially those trying to stop six-time Class A state champion Southern Columbia.
Mount Carmel pulls away to reach district final
Down on their own 30, Montoursville’s Aaron Cole took the snap and handed it off to running back Clay Stoner. Then, in the blink of an eye, the season all but ended.Continued ...
Mount Carmel senior nose guard Vinny Candelora found himself in the backfield, ripped the ball right out of Stoner’s hands and kept on running 27 yards with open grass in front of him into the end zone.
- HS Football notebook: HAC-I rivals last teams standing
- Box Scores
- Lewisburg 38, Mifflinburg 6
- Mount Carmel 21, Shamokin 7
- Tri-Valley 42, Line Mountain 28
- Southern Columbia 50, Warrior Run 19
- Danville 24, Selinsgrove 14
- Milton 27, Shikellamy 7
- Bloomsburg 34, Central Columbia 12
- Montoursville 52, Mifflinburg 21
- Lewisburg 49, Loyalsock 26
- Milton 31, Jersey Shore 17