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Milton earns home game in D4-AAA playoffs
Now that the question has been answered of where the second game of the “doubleheader” between Shikellamy and Milton will be played, it’s just a matter of which team will show up for the Braves.Continued ...
Bowman carries Tri-Valley over Line Mountain
Blake Bowman made his final regular season home football game a night to remember.Continued ...
Bowman scored six touchdowns and ran for 326 yards in leading the Bulldogs past Line Mountain, 42-28, in a matchup that assured the winner a first-round home playoff game in the upcoming district playoffs.
Barnhardt carries Williams Valley
Cole Barnhardt ran for a couple of scores, and the Williams Valley defense also produced two touchdowns in the TVL season-ending 41-0 victory over East Juniata to cap a perfect 10-0 regular season.Continued ...
Smith leads Lewisburg past Mifflinburg
Brandon Smith couldn’t have dreamt a better scenario for his final regular-season game at Christy Mathewson-Memorial Stadium.Continued ...
It was one of those nights for the senior fullback as he had a career-high 204 yards rushing and three touchdowns as Lewisburg rolled Mifflinburg 38-6 in the Little Brown Jug game.
Bloomsburg routs rival Central Columbia
In addition to being a typical, end-of-the-season, backyard rivalry, both Central Columbia and Bloomsburg had a lot to play for in their regular season finale on Friday at Bloomsburg University’s Redman Stadium.Continued ...
Southern Columbia caps 10-0 regular season
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: Southern Columbia is playing its best football when it matters most before the playoffs.Continued ...
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Defense lifts Mount Carmel to Coal Bucket
Shamokin decided to try some trickery on third-and-10 from its own 32. Tucker Yost snapped the ball and handed it off to Preston Burns who started to run before stopping and looking back at Yost to try and throw it back to him.Continued ...
Burns let the pass go but could only cringe as Mount Carmel’s Mike Gilger read the play perfectly and made an interception he returned 36 yards down the far sideline for a Red Tornado touchdown.
Batts comes up big for Selinsgrove again
On senior night at Harold L. Bolig Memorial Field, a freshman would steal the show for Selinsgrove in a Heartland crossover game against Mount Carmel.Continued ...
The Seals were mired in a close game with the Red Tornadoes for much of the first half, but late in the second quarter rookie Juvan Batts took over.
- Milton earns home game in D4-AAA playoffs
- Box Scores
- Bloomsburg 39, Mifflinburg 22
- Central Columbia 16, Lewisburg 15
- Montoursville 45, Milton 12
- Upper Dauphin 53, East Juniata 22
- Southern Columbia 45, Shamokin 6
- Mount Carmel 41, Hughesville 13
- Line Mountain 27, Pine Grove 0
- Warrior Run 42, Montgomery 6
- Selinsgrove 36, Jersey Shore 0
- Danville 24, Shikellamy 0