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York and Adams County Report – Week 1

Written by: on Monday, September 1st, 2014


District 3 Notes for York & Adams Counties for Week 1

The YAIAA’s Division I Mustangs of South Western were edged by the Division II Warriors of Gettysburg 44-41 in a donnybrook. Gettysburg joined the YAIAA in fine fashion as Kobe Wansel returned the opening kickoff 93-yards for a touchdown. The Gettysburg Warriors rang up 295-yards rushing and 83-yards passing for a total of 378-yards gained. Quarterback Jake Myers completed 4 of 10 passes for the 83-yards and 1 touchdown, 1 for 46-yards and a touchdown to Kobe Wansel, 1 for 22-yards to Nathan Sharrah, 1 for 13-yards to Tyler Lampe, and 1 for 2-yards to Lane Sherman, for the Warriors. Wade Laudeman led the Warriors rushing attack with 9 carries for 122-yards (including touchdowns of 30, 60, and 3-yards), followed by Myers with 11 for 48, Lampe with 14 for 40, Elijah Jackson with 6 for 30, Sharrah with 3 for 23 (including a 15-yard touchdown), Sherman with 4 for 11-yards, and Mitchell Hoffman with 1 carry for 1-yard. Wansel returned a kickoff 93-yards for a touchdown, Michael Heeschen kicked a 33-yard field goal and 3 extra points, and Myers completed a 2-point conversion pass to Lampe, for the Warriors. The Mustangs gained 186-yards rushing and 87-yards passing for a total of 273-yards of offense. Junior quarterback Brock Geiman completed 8 of 18 passes for the 87-yards and 1 touchdown, 2 for 41-yards to Noah Staub, 2 for 18-yards to Brady Thayer, 2 for 13-yards to Drew Hartlaub (including a 9-yard touchdown), 1 for 9-yards to Miles Francis, and 1 for 6-yards to Zach Hughes, for the Mustangs. Robby Harbison led the Mustangs rushing attack with 17 carries for 96-yards (including touchdowns of 12 and 2-yards), followed by Hartlaub with 8 for 40 (including a 5-yard touchdown), Geiman with 6 for 27 (including a 2-yard touchdown), Hughes with 2 for 16-yards, and Francis with 2 carries for no yards. Hartlaub returned a kickoff 91-yards for a touchdown, Andrew Slater kicked 5 extra points, Miles Francis intercepted a pass, Corbin Byers blocked a field goal attempt, defended a pass and caused a fumble, Tyler Jachelski and Brady Thayer each defended a pass, and Chris Steckel and Josh Zeroth each recorded pass hurry, for the Mustangs.

The YAIAA’s Division I Wildcats of Dallastown defeated the Lancaster-Lebanon League’s Section 2 Crusaders of Lancaster Catholic 35-14. Cade Gold led the Wildcats rushing attack with 117-yards (including a 73-yard touchdown), followed by Addison Quinones with 58 (including touchdowns of 10 and 32-yards), Dez Jones with 27,JackMarks with 21 (including a 2-yard touchdown), Jacob Garrity with 6, Damoni Weaver with 4, Nick Mabry with 2-yards, and Michael Sparks with minus 1-yard. Quarterback Gold completed 7 of 16 passes for 82-yards and 1 touchdown, 2 for 27-yards to Kiwane Tarbet, 2 for 25-yards to Jake Jansen (including a 10-yard touchdown), 2 for 18-yards to John Middleton, and 1 for 12-yards to William Reilly, for the Wildcats. McKinley Curren kicked 5 extra points for the Wildcats. Andrew Bertz led the Crusaders rushing attack with 103-yards, followed by Nassir Weaver with 50, and Jordan Scott with 12-yards (including a 1-yard touchdown). Quarterback Scott completed 28 of 40 passes for 341-yards and 1 touchdown, 6 for 97-yards to Jared Kramp, 6 for 78-yards to Christian Kemp, 6 for 57-yards to Darius Goudy, 4 for 48-yards to Ricky Poillon (including an 18-yard touchdown), 4 for 46-yards to Bertz, 1 for 13-yards to Dajzon Garcia, and 1 for 2-yards to Weaver, for the Crusaders. Scott threw a 2-point conversion pass to Bertz for the Crusaders.

The YAIAA’s Division I Lions of Red Lion defeated the Mid-Penn Keystone Division’s Trojans of Hershey 28-7. Alex Keough led the Lions rushing attack with 77-yards (including a 52-yard touchdown), followed by Dalton Grove with 57 (including a 41-yard touchdown), Kenny Holloway with 45 (including a 36-yard touchdown), Antwan Jackson with 25, and Dan Waldrup with 14-yards. Quarterback Grove completed4 of 7 passes for 13-yards, 3 for 9-yards to Kendrick Boyd-Gillespie and 1 for 4-yards to Christian Castile, for the Lions. Boyd-Gillespie returned an interception 29-yards for a touchdown and Nate Olsen kicked 4 extra points for the Lions. Trey Ndlobu led the Trojans rushing attack with 24-yards, followed by Jesse Ogbo with 19, Nathan Daugherty with 13, David McCurdy with 11, and Jack Donaghue with 2-yards. Quarterback McCurdy completed 11 of 24 passes for 151-yards and 1 touchdown, 1 for 42-yards to Zack Miller, 2 for 31-yards to Ndlobu, 2 for 28-yards to Adam Hrabovsky (including a 19-yard touchdown), 1 for 15-yards to Daugherty, 1 for 12-yards to Nathan Davis, 1 for 9-yards to Matt Langan, and 1 for 6-yards to Drew Painter, for the Trojans. Vince Paioletti kicked 1 extra point for the Trojans.

The YAIAA’s Division I Bobcats of Northeastern edged the Division III Fighting Irish of York Catholic 20-17. Kody Reeser led the Bobcats rushing attack with 171-yards (including a 4-yard touchdown), followed by Chris Whack with 93 (including a 26-yard touchdown), Michael Cooper with 20, Marcus Josey with 10-yards, and David Ankney with minus 9-yards. Quarterback Josey completed 5 of 8 passes for 65-yards and 1 touchdown, 4 for 57-yards to Jordan Zirkle and 1 for 8-yards and a touchdown to Ankney, for the Bobcats. Chase Sasala kicked 2 extra points, Reeser recorded 11 tackles, and Mason Kling, Tate Lau, and Reeser each recorded a sack, for the Bobcats. Hakeem Kinard led the Fighting Irish rushing attack with 86-yards, followed by Gregory Bennett with 14, Jaklar Kinard with 2-yards, and Sean Lamont with 1-yard. Quarterback Hakeem Kinard completed 13 of 24 passes for 302-yards and 2 touchdowns, 5 for 82-yards to Qua’Shawn Grooms, 3 for 54-yards to Luke Brennan, 3 for 39-yards to Daniel Yokemick (including a 1-yard touchdown), 1 for 19-yards to Scott Bartkowiak, and 1 for 8-yards to Joseph Bauhof (including an 8-yard touchdown), for the Fighting Irish. Luke Brennan kicked a 25-yard field goal and Hakeem Kinard threw a 2-point conversion pass to Brennan for the Fighting Irish.

The YAIAA’s Division I Bearcats of William Penn (York High) were edged by the Berks Inter-County 1 Red Knights of Reading 26-25. Jai Whitlock led the Red Knights rushing attack with 82-yards (including a 31-yard touchdown), followed by Dontae Owens with 62 (including a 53-yard touchdown), Elijah Bayne with 55 (including a 23-yard touchdown), Sterling Young-Trapp with 54, London Whitfield with 19, KJ Boston with 10-yards, and Mauras with 1-yard. Quarterback Bayne attempted 1 pass and did not complete it. Owens returned a kickoff 84-yards for a touchdown and Boston kicked2 extra points for the Red Knights. Bryshon Sweeney led the Bearcats rushing attack with 172-yards (including touchdowns of 54 and 2-yards), followed by James Way III with 125 (including 1-yard touchdown), and Edgar Centeno with 3-yards. Quarterback Way III completed 5 of 7 passes for 48-yards and 1 touchdown, 3 for 32-yards to Whitaker, 1 for 13-yards to Acevedo, and 1 for 3-yards and a touchdown to Sae’Quan Sweeney, for the Bearcats.

The YAIAA’s Division I Rockets of Spring Grove were edged by the Mid-Penn’s Commonwealth Division Eagles of Cumberland Valley 21-17. Timothy Spinelli led the Eagles rushing attack with 69-yards (including touchdowns of 4 and 2-yards), followed by Nicholas Rhodes with 63, River Young with 14, Cole Kline with 3-yards, and Jacob Hunt with minus 11-yards. Quarterback Hunt attempted 2 passes and did not complete any. Rhodes returned a punt 68-yards for a touchdown, Hunt threw a 2-point conversion pass to Rhodes, and Austin Bush kicked 1 extra point, for the Eagles. Shay Feulmer led the Rockets rushing attack with 98-yards (including a 29-yard touchdown), followed by Nick Erickson with 77, Zack Stauffer with 50, and Evan Greer with 5-yards (including a 1-yard touchdown). Quarterback Erickson completed 6 of 14 passes for 82-yards, 4 for 44-yards to Logan Hall, 1 for 32-yards to Feulmer, and 1 for 6-yards to Anthony Beddia, for the Rockets. Andrew Luckenbaugh kicked a 27-yard field goal and 2 extra points for the Rockets.

The YAIAA’s Division II Bulldogs of West York defeated the Division I Panthers of Central York 41-20. Ross Campbell led the Bulldogs rushing attack with 108-yards (including touchdowns of 1, 1, and 2-yards), followed by Noah Bowers with 80 (including a 41-yard touchdown), Garrett Stauffer with 36, Jamel Anderson with 28, Cash Gladfelter with 23 (including a 28-yard touchdown), Cadence Thomas with 20, Rammell Baldwin with 10, Mike Messersmith with 10, Ryan Narber with 7-yards, and Noah Townsley with 1-yard. Quarterback Campbell completed 6 of 10 passes for 134-yards, 3 for 77-yards to Diego Torres, 1 for 30-yards to Gladfelter, and 2 for 27-yards to Terry Cains. Darian McCauley kicked 2 extra points, Evan Keim kicked 2 extra points, Brett Strickler kicked 1 extra point, and Torres recovered a muffed punt, for the Bulldogs. Terrance Carter led the Panther rushing attack with 122-yards (including touchdowns of 25 and 9-yards), followed by Shannon Valenti with 22, Jeremiah Dadeboe with 7, Noreaga Goff with 4, and Pearson Hinkle with 2-yards (including a 1-yard touchdown). Quarterback Valenti completed 15 of 29 passes for 161-yards, 4 for 78-yards to Drew Anderson, 4 for 60-yards to Braden Neal, 1 for 17-yards to Carter, 1 for 8-yards to Goff, 1 for 1-yard to Shawn Johnston, and 3 for minus 10-yards to Dadeboe, for the Panthers. Carter Luckenbaugh kicked 2 extra points for the Panthers.

The YAIAA’s Division II Eagles of Dover defeated the Mid-Penn Colonial Division’s Greyhounds of Shippensburg 34-13. Durran Ledbetter led the Eagles rushing attack with 96-yards (including an 11-yard touchdown), followed by Tyrel Jones with 66 (including a 70-yard touchdown), Joey Zutell with 54, John Sterner with 29 (including a 4-yard touchdown), Kenyon Hoopes with 17, Marcus Howell with 2-yards, Williams Torres with no-yards, and Tyler Blazosky with minus 3-yards. Quarterback Blazosky completed 3 of 8 passes for 77-yards and 2 touchdowns, 2 for 56-yards to Derek Brenneman (including a 27-yard touchdown), and 1 for 21-yards and a touchdown to Shawn Orchard, for the Eagles. Josh Bradley kicked 3 extra points and Robert Maze kicked 1 extra point for the Eagles. Emmitt Geiger led the Greyhounds rushing attack with 22-yards, followed by Zion Ware with 6-yards, Cole Friese with 1-yard, Nadir Jones with 1-yard, Victor Fermin with minus 4-yards, and Tyler Gustafson with minus 17-yards. Quarterback Gustafson completed 10 of 17 passes for 189-yards and 2 touchdowns, 5 for 94-yards to Andrew Norman (including a 88-yard touchdown), 2 for 61-yards to Wade Mills (including a 43-yard touchdown), 2 for 24-yards to Cody Gustafson, and 1 for 10-yards to Geiger, for the Greyhounds. Dezmond Cordero kicked 1 extra point and recovered a fumble for the Greyhounds.

The YAIAA’s Division II Golden Knights of Eastern York defeated the Lancaster-Lebanon League’s Section 3 Crimson Tide of Columbia 35-14. David Livelsberger led the Golden Knights rushing attack with 275-yards (including touchdowns of 14, 59, and 60-yards), followed by Jake Kessler with 95 (including a 73-yard touchdown), and Lucas Barshinger with 34 (including a 15-yard touchdown). Quarterback Conrad Rhein attempted 2 passes and did not complete any. Damian McKinsey kicked 5 extra points for the Golden Knights. Jason Price led the Crimson Tide rushing attack with 42-yards, followed by Austin Roberts with 40, Kenny Halteman with 12-yards, and Kyle Warfel with minus 2-yards. Quarterback Warfel completed 17 of32 passes for 182-yards and2 touchdowns, 5 for 94-yards to Austin Hartman (including a 1-yard touchdown), 6 for 63-yards to Deashawn McIlwain (including a 19-yard touchdown), 2 for 12-yards to Tyreese Musser, 1 for 7-yards to Andrew Plastino, and 1 for 3-yards to Tyler Hartman, for the Crimson Tide. Plastino kicked2 extra points for the Crimson Tide.

The YAIAA’s Division II Rams of Kennard-Dale were defeated by the 3A Conference Little Giants of Waynesboro 53-7. Justin Marion led the Little Giant rushing attack with 109-yards (including an 18-yard touchdown, followed by Jake Wertz with 102 (including a 31-yard touchdown), and Connor Fetterhoff with 7-yards (including a 1-yard touchdown). Quarterback Fetterhoff completed 10 of 28 passes or 388-yards and 5 touchdowns and Matt Peck completed 1 pass for 1-yard for the Little Giants. Peck caught 6 passes for 255-yards (including 5 touchdowns for 25, 44, 36, 69, and 76-yards), Devin Palmaffy-Marion caught 3 passes for 80-yards, and Justine Marion caught 4 passes for 54-yards, for the Little Giants. Josh Easton led the Rams rushing attack with 20-yards and the rest of the team lost 69-yards, for a net minus 49-yards rushing. Quarterback Kyle Amrhein completed 3 of 13 passes for 25-yards, 2 for 19-yards to Kyle Woolridge and q for 6-yards to Connor Stokes, for the Rams. Jake Deppen returned a kickoff 83-yards for a touchdown and Houser kicked an extra point for the Rams.

The YAIAA’s Division II Warriors of Susquehannock were defeated by the Mid-Penn Colonial Division’s Polar Bears of Northern York 48-28. Bobby Shelly led the Polar Bears rushing attack with 153-yards (including a 1-yard touchdown), followed by Sam Geiser with 75 (including a 1-yard touchdown), Mike Kearney with 62, and Curtis Robinson with 10-yards (including touchdowns of 2 and 5-yards). Quarterback Robinson completed 7 of10 passes for 68-yards and 1 touchdown, 4 for 44-yards to Geiser, 2 for 20-yards to Kearney (including a 6-yard touchdown), and1 for 4-yards to Shelly, for the Polar Bears. Andrew Swaisgood recovered a fumble and returned it 12-yards for a touchdown, Gunnar Renninger recovered a fumble in the end zone for a touchdown, and Aiden Alves kicked 6 extra points for the Polar Bears. Kevin Klapp led the Warriors rushing attack with 11-yards, followed by Collin Riley with 10, Tucker Devilbliss with 6, Myles Moultrie with 4-yards, and Josh Stoneberg with minus 2-yards. Quarterback Stoneberg completed 17 of28 passes for 333-yards and 4 touchdowns, 9 for 169-yards to Nick Tannura (including touchdowns of 67 and 31-yards), 2 for 99-yards to Darian Faster (including a 77-yard touchdown), 5 for 62-yards to Dervon Mayberry (including a 17-yard touchdown), and1 for 3-yards to Alex Petrucci, for the Warriors. Adam Hedgeland kicked 4 extra points for the Warriors.

The YAIAA’s Division II Trojans of York Suburban were shut out by the Mid-Penn- Keystone Division’s Patriots of Red Land 25-0. Phil Overton led the Patriots rushing attack with 110-yards (including touchdowns of 9 and 2-yards), followed by Justin Johnson with 54, and Garrett Scott with 2-yards (including a 4-yard touchdown). Quarterback Scott completed 8 of 11 passes for 42-yards, 3 for 19-yards to Kyle Mowrey, 2 for 19-yards to Derek Cline, 1 for 3-yards to Justin Johnson, and 2 for no yards to Kyle Campbell, for the Patriots. Jeremy Fisher kicked a 20-yard field goal and2 extra points, and the Patriots recorded a safety with a sack in the end zone. Liam McWilliams led the Trojans rushing attack with 27-yards, followed by Dajour Henderson with 13-yards, Dustin Knaub with no yards, Jimmy Daglaris with minus 2-yards, and Thomas Merkle with minus 10-yards. Quarterback Merkle completed 15 of 23 passes for 118-yards, 7 for 86-yards to Collin Mailman, 3 for 19-yards to Brad Smith, 2 for 11-yards to Daglaris, 2 for 5-yards to Teague Hoffman, and 1 for minus 3-yards to McWilliams, for the Trojans. Hoffman and Knaub each intercepted a pass, David Kline recorded 1.5 sacks, and Smith recorded a sack, for the Trojans.

The YAIAA’s Division III Thunderbolts of Littlestown defeated the Mid-Penn’s Capital Division Bubblers of Boiling Springs 18-13. Lucas Reynolds led the Thunderbolts rushing attack with 73-yards, followed by Wesley Storey with 67 (including a 43-yard touchdown), Cody Boyd with 12, Dylan Sizemore with 6-yards, and Jarrett Brittain with minus 11-yards. Boyd completed 5 of 9 passes for 10-yards and1 touchdown, Jarrett Brittain completed 3 of 5 passes for 42-yards, and Reynolds completed 1 pass for 41-yards and a touchdown, for the Thunderbolts. Brandon Pittinger caught 2 passes for 69-yards (including a 42-yard touchdown from Boyd), Dalton Brittain caught 2 for 54-yards (including a 41-yard touchdown from Reynolds), Reynolds caught 3 for 39-yards, and Lane Nye caught 2 passes for 21-yards, for the Thunderbolts. John Vaughn led the Bubblers rushing attack with 201-yards (including touchdowns of 4 and 3-yards), followed by Dalton Showaker with 36, Bryan Malone with 20-yards, Nate Gouhin with no yards, and Chase Edwards with minus 1-yard. Quarterback Showaker completed 7 of18 passes for 51-yards, 5 for 37-yards to Tyler Kauffman, 1 for 8-yards to Romig, and 1 for 6-yards to Edwards, for the Bubblers. Matt Ly kicked 1 extra point for the Bubblers.

The YAIAA’s Division III Eagles of Bermudian Springs defeated the Division I Colonials of New Oxford 34-7. Colton Dull led the Eagles rushing attack with 168-yards (including touchdowns of 1, 4, and 6-yards), followed by Briton Shelton with 140 (including touchdowns of 3 and 3-yards), Ethan Frank with 27, Ryan Markle with 19, Michael Ogle with 18, Phoenix Russell with 18, and Ashton West with 5-yards. Quarterback Markle completed 1 of 4 passes for 17-yards to Brady Myers for the Eagles. Connor Zahm kicked 4 extra points and Shelton deflected a pitched ball and fell on it for a fumble recovery for the Eagles. Hunter Ringrose led the Colonials rushing attack with 37-yards, followed by Daulton Snyder with 17, Josh Shultz with 16 (including a 1-yard touchdown), Corban Czap with 13-yards, Keegan Romanoff with minus 2-yards, and Jordan Gardner with minus 4-yards. Quarterback Czap completed 4 of 9 passes for 40-yards and Gardner completed 2 of 7 passes for 9-yards for the Colonials. Shane Roll caught 1 pass for 15-yards, Shultz caught 1 for 11-yards, Elijah Myers caught 1 for 9-yards, Snyder caught 1 for 8-yards, Trevon Brown caught 1 for 6-yards, and Ringrose caught 1 pass for no yards, for the Colonials. Trey Parrish kicked 1 extra point, Brown intercepted a pass, and Jon Sanford recovered a fumble, for the Colonials.

The YAIAA’s Division III Squires of Delone Catholic were defeated by the Mid-Penn Capital Division’s Shamrocks of Trinity 37-30. John Miller led the Shamrocks rushing attack with 188-yards (including touchdowns of 61 and 36-yards), followed by Casey Boguski and Zeke Kaminski with 3-yards each, Dominick Manetta with minus 1-yard, and Hunter Geisel with minus 6-yards (including a 1-yard touchdown). Quarterback Geisel completed 22 of 35 passes for 282-yards and 2 touchdowns, 12 for 216-yards to Zac Slonac (including touchdowns of 21 and 26-yards), 2 for 19-yards to Alexander Schlager, 3 for 18-yards to Kaminski, and 2 for 16-yards to Drew Debastiani, for the Squires. Geisel threw two 2-point conversion passes to Debastiani, Hunter Kruger kicked1 extra point, Miller intercepted a pass and returned it 12-yards, Boguski and Miles Nixon each recovered a fumble, and Martin caused 2 fumbles, for the Shamrocks.

The YAIAA’s Division III Canners of Biglerville were shut out by the Lancaster-Lebanon League’s Section 3 Dutchmen of Annville-Cleona 10-0. Noah Connor led the Dutchmen rushing attack with 91-yards, followed by Adam Fox with 45, Cameron Hoch with 34, Will Langan with 22-yards, and Lucas Bush with 1-yard. Quarterback Fox completed 4 of 7 passes for 83-yards, 2 for 65-yards to Alec Barr (including a 56-yard touchdown), and 2 for 18-yards to John Groh, for the Dutchmen. Matt Light kicked a 25-yard field goal and 1 extra point for the Dutchman. Colton Sentz led the Canners rushing attack with 36-yards, followed by Scott Cooper with 8, Samuel Laird with 6-yards, Mason Unger with 1-yard, and Dayne Showers with minus 1-yard. Quarterback Ben Hurda completed 4 of 14 passes for 44-yards and quarterback Mason Unger completed 4 of 5 passes for 34-yards for the Canners. Cooper caught 2 passes for 27-yards, Jordan Trostel caught 2 for 23-yards, Showers caught 1 for 20-yards, Gage McAuliffe caught 1 for 9-yards, and Nicholas Bell caught 1 pass for minus 1-yard, for the Canners.

The YAIAA’s Division III Nighthawks of Hanover were defeated by the Mid-Penn Colonial Division’s Rockets of James Buchanan 33-19. Seth Carbaugh led the Rockets rushing attack with 84-yards (including touchdowns of 1, 15, 2, and 6-yards), followed by Shamar Pates with 75, Blake Eglof with 20, Dillon Sanders with 20, Peter Hughey with 6-yards, and Bayley Heckman with 1-yard. Quarterback Sanders completed 6 of 14 passes for 117-yards and 1 touchdown, 4 for 101-yards to Hughey (including a 19-yard touchdown) and 2 for 16-yards to Pates, for the Rockets. Chas Kelly kicked 3 extra points for the Rockets. Jordan Laughman led the Nighthawks rushing attack with 146-yards (including touchdowns of 1, 8, and 7-yards), followed by Nick Seymour with 28, Devon Bell with 5-yards, and Kyle Krout with minus 17-yards. Quarterback Krout completed 9 of 22 passes for 126-yards, 3 for 75-yards to Dylan Krieger, 1 for 13-yards to Seymour, 1 for 12-yards to Jase Etzler, 1 for 8-yards to Colten Ehrhart, 1 for 8-yards to Resean Williams, 1 for 5-yards to Bell, and1 for 5-yards to Laughman, for the Nighthawks. Krieger kicked 1 extra point for the Nighthawks.

The YAIAA’s Division III Knights of Fairfield were edged by the Tri Valley Conference Buffaloes of Newport 24-21. Dalton Klinger led the Buffaloes rushing attack with 191-yards, followed by Elias Goodling with 76, Colby Stroup with 21, Noah Heimbaugh with 11 (including touchdowns of 1 and 1-yards), and Trevor Dorman with 8-yards. Quarterback Heimbaugh completed 5 of 10 passes for 65-yards and 1 touchdown, 1 for 27-yards to Dorman, 1 for 18-yards and a touchdown to Noah Reich, 2 for 15-yards to Klinger, and 1 for 5-yards to Goodling, for the Buffaloes. Hunter Wirth kicked a 35-yard field goal and 3 extra points for the Buffaloes. Michael Quealy led the Knights rushing attack with 20-yards, followed by Mason Flickinger with 17, Brandon Selman with 9, Andrew Cavanaugh with 5, Aaron Moore with 3-yards, and Tyler Karsteter with no yards. Quarterback Flickinger completed 5 of 19 passes for 127-yards and 3 touchdowns, 3 for 92-yards to Alex Irvin (including touchdowns of 42, 22 and 28-yards), 2 for 28-yards to Quealy, and 1 for 2-yards to Antijuan Washington, for the Knights. Flickinger ran in for a 2-point conversion and Tyler Bund kicked 1 extra point for the Knights.

The YAIAA’s Division III Spartans of York County Tech were defeated by the Lancaster-Lebanon League’s Section 3 Braves of Pequea Valley 20-12. The braves scored on a 28-yard touchdown pass from Gabriel Allgyer to Chad Mullen and Hunter Smith scored a touchdown on a 21-yard run for the Braves. The Spartans dominated time of possession by running the ball 52 times for 183 yards. Spartans QB Damarius scored on a 1-yard run to cap a 22-play drive. The Spartan also returned a kickoff for a touchdown but the player and yardage are unknown. No other information was available about this


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