CENTRAL COLUMBIA 21, DANVILLE 7
Danville (4-1) 0 0 7 0—7
Central (5-0) 7 0 7 7—21
CC-Dain Kowalski 8 run (Dylan Hine kick)
CC-Jarrod Flock 26 pass from Jordan Thivierge (Hine kick)
D-Isaiah Croll 70 pass from Weston Baylor (Shayne Riley kick)
CC-Aaron Johnson 6 run (Hine kick)
First downs 10 18
Rushes-net yards 23-67 39-158
Passing yardage 191 188
Passing 9-29-2 12-30-0
Fumbles-lost 2-1 3-0
Penalties-yards 8-63 12-96
RUSHING — Danville: Sam Dressler 9-37; Weston Baylor 7-25; Cale Rice 1-4; Isaiah Croll 5-2; Team 1-(-1). Central Columbia: Eric McCracken 9-47; Aaron Johnson 7-47, TD; Dain Kowalski 7-28, TD; Jordan Thivierge 9-20; Cody Bowman 4-16; Jeremy Ball 1-2; Team 2-(-2).
PASSING — Danville: Baylor 9-29-2-191, TD. Central Columbia: Thivierge 12-30-0-188, TD.
RECEIVING — Danville: Zack Kozick 4-63; Rice 2-49; Bret Berg 2-9; Croll 1-70, TD. Central Columbia: Adam Novak 4-43; Jarrod Flick 3-84, TD; Nathan Hughes 3-46; Dylan Hine 1-9; Isaiah DeJesus 1-6.
CENTRAL COLUMBIA 21, DANVILLE 7
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Heartland Division I
Team W L PF PA Danville (11-3) 6 0 301 196* Selinsgrove (10-4) 5 1 324 212 Milton (7-5) 4 2 267 211 Shikellamy (5-6) 3 3 223 250 Shamokin (2-9) 2 4 143 289 Mifflinburg (2-8) 1 5 136 234 Jersey Shore (0-10) 0 6 143 383
*-denotes division champion
Globe-trotting musician to play Danville's Old Forge Brewing Company next week
Old Forge Brewing Company will play host to one of its own the night of June 27 when professional musician Mark Sosnoskie plays his first show at the establishment.
Mark Sosnoskie has bartended at Old Forge on-and-off for the past two years, when he hasn’t been performing with his band, Marah. His performance at the Old Forge Brewing Company will run from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
DHS students benefit from credit union's school branch
While the current class of Danville High School has already moved on to the next stage of their life, a few students felt they were given an extra leg up by Service 1st Federal Credit Union.
Danay Knorr, part of the senior class who graduated on June 7, has been working part-time at Service 1st since December as a service representative at the credit union’s DHS branch. “I thought this would be a really great opportunity to broaden my job skills,” said Knorr. “Everybody needs a bank or credit union.”
Nameless donor helps fund Eagle Scout project for homeless shelter
A donor has covered the remaining money needed for an Eagle Scout’s $4000 pavilion construction at the Gate House homeless shelter.
Mark Hilkert, 16, of Danville’s Troop 39, had previously raised about $850 from a spaghetti dinner hosted on June 2 at the St. Joseph School cafeteria. He made approximately $400 more in donations and had been planning to contact local businesses for financial assistance before he met with his donor on June 13.
Marathon encourages kids to get out and move this summer
Local community groups want to get kids out and moving this summer with 2013 Montour County Kids Marathon.
The marathon encourages kids to stay in shape by challenging them to run the distance of a quarter marathon, half marathon or full marathon over the course of the summer.
Cause of Bloom Street fire undeterminable
A cause for a late night Bloom Street apartment fire on June 2 cannot be determined, according to Danville Fire Department.
Ken Strausser, assistant fire chief for Danville, said that while a fire marshal was contacted to investigate the scene he was not able to arrive due to being busy at other fire sites. It has now been too long since the incident to get any information as to its cause, said Strausser.
Kids pumped for Friday triathlon
Junior athletes will test their mettle June 14 at the Danville Area Community Center’s fourth annual Kids Triathlon.
The triathlon, which begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Danville Area Community Center, is divided into three categories based on age. Children age 6 to 8 will swim 50 yards, bike 0.6 miles and run for a quarter mile. Children ages 9 to 11 will swim 100 yards, bike for a mile and run for a half mile. Competitors ages 12 to 14 will swim 150 yards, bike for two miles and run for one mile. The children must supply their own bikes.
"Penny War" donates droves of livestock to needy families
Thanks to one eighth-grade girl, 26 flocks of fowl, a goat, a pig, a sheep and a llama to needy families around the world.
The livestock, supplied through the charity Heifer International, provides people in impoverished regions with goods such as eggs, wool and meat that they can use to earn a living.
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