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Montoursville outlasts Lewisburg in wild AA quarterfinal
Montoursville head coach J.C. Keefer watched the scoreboard clock at Christy Mathewson-Memorial Stadium tick away and even after it showed all zeroes he wanted to be sure it was all over.Continued ...
Milton makes late stand to topple Shikellamy
Everybody knows about Ryan Solomon the wrestler.Continued ...
Milton football coach George Goodwin is glad Solomon still makes time for Ryan Solomon the football player.
“I’m glad Ryan didn’t dedicate his entire life to wrestling,” Goodwin joked Friday night.
Southern Columbia rallies past Line Mountain
If Las Vegas oddsmakers had posted Friday night’s District 4 Class A semifinal between Line Mountain and Southern Columbia, well, let’s just say the Eagles would have been getting a bunch of points.Continued ...
And in the first half, those who took the Tigers and the points were already looking for a way to make up for their losses.
Selinsgrove storms into district title game
Just a year removed from one of its worst seasons, Selinsgrove is back in the title hunt.Continued ...
The Seals are only a win away from claiming their 12th District 4 Class AAA title as they trounced Shamokin 41-0 in Friday’s semifinal game at Harold L. Bolig Memorial Field.
Offensive line powers Danville past Loyalsock
Sam Dressler wanted no part of the credit for Danville’s dramatic second-half turnaround Friday, deflecting any hint of it toward his offensive line.Continued ...
Red Death returns for Mount Carmel
Carmen DeFrancesco walked off the field Friday night at Blue Jays Stadium and proudly proclaimed, “Defense wins championships and this is the championship season.”Continued ...
Stonge leads South Williamsport past Bloomsburg
As the announcer told the crowd of Rodney K. Morgans Stadium on Friday night that running back Brandon Stonge was leaving the game, the South Williamsport received a loud cheer as he got to the sideline.Continued ...
And for good reason.
Danville tops Selinsgrove to win HAC-I crown
Jim Keiser has drawn up some fine game plans in his four seasons as Danville’s coach.Continued ...
Not in the deepest recesses of his imagination, though, could he have conceived Friday’s third-quarter sequence that secured the Ironmen’s second Heartland-I championship in three years.
- Montoursville outlasts Lewisburg in wild AA quarterfinal
- Box Scores
- Lewisburg 49, Loyalsock 26
- Milton 31, Jersey Shore 17
- Shikellamy 41, Shamokin 17
- Southern Columbia 15, Central Columbia 7
- Warrior Run 21, Wyalusing 14
- Line Mountain 42, Upper Dauphin 14
- Selinsgrove 33, Mount Carmel 20
- Bloomsburg 14, Danville 12
- Bloomsburg 39, Mifflinburg 22
- Central Columbia 16, Lewisburg 15