DANVILLE 24, SHIKELLAMY 0
Danville (7-1, 5-0) 14 7 0 3—24
Shikellamy (4-4, 2-2) 0 0 0 0—0
D-Isaiah Croll 45 pass from Weston Baylor (Shayne Riley kick)
D-Cale Rice 4 pass from Baylor (Riley kick)
D-Sam Dressler 1 run (Riley kick)
D-FG Riley 30
First downs 16 7
Rushes-net yards 41-156 27-25
Passing yardage 133 43
Passing 11-17-0 6-17-2
Fumbles-lost 0-0 2-1
Penalties-yards 3-15 5-38
RUSHING — Danville: Sam Dressler 18-70, TD; Isaiah Croll 8-26; Evan Tanner 2-19; Weston Baylor 5-18; Tom Brouse 3-15; Cale Rice 3-10; Team 2-(-2). Shikellamy: Dwayne Pepper 11-44; Garrett Kemberling 10-4; Jean Turber 1-4; Ernie Tyler 3-0; Kayleb Shirk 1-(-4); Team 1-(-23).
PASSING — Danville: Baylor 11-17-0-133, 2 TDs. Shikellamy: Kemberling 5-13-2-49; Tyler 1-4-0-(-6).
RECEIVING — Danville: Bret Berg 3-37; Zack Kozick 3-32; Croll 2-47, TD; Rice 2-12, TD; Dressler 1-5. Shikellamy: Turber 2-32; John Schaeffer 1-10; Pepper 1-6; Tyler Leib 1-1; Alex Bruner 1-(-6).
DANVILLE 24, SHIKELLAMY 0
- Danville News Wire
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
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