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Line Mountain looks for strong finish
With its loss to Pine Grove last week, Tri-Valley comes into the final regular Tri-Valley League game needing a win to secure one of the top two playoff seeds in the District 11 Class A playoffs.Continued ...
Toughest foe yet for Defenders
How much better and more advanced is Southern Columbia than other football teams in the area?Continued ...
Coal Bucket up for grabs
Even if they were not aware of it coming in, all football coaches taking over the program at Shamokin are certainly made aware of that one game on the schedule that they need to find a way to winContinued ...
Bragging rights on the line in TVL battle
Friday’s game between Millersburg and Upper Dauphin can be likened to your family’s Thanksgiving Day football game: one side of the family will have bragging rights for a year.Continued ...
Buffaloes eye winning record, playoff spot
With their playoff seeding all but secured, Newport knows that it can’t let its guard down against winless Halifax.Continued ...
East Juniata eyes upset in finale
There could be all of the makings of an upset brewing in Beaver Springs.Continued ...
Williams Valley has secured a playoff berth in District 11, while East Juniata has struggled after starting the season with two straight wins.
Rivals close season with HAC crossover
Even with two straight losses, Central (3-6, 2-6 HAC-II) is looking to rebound against its backyard rival Bloomsburg.Continued ...
The Heartland Athletic Conference cross-over game will bring to a close the first season with the renovations at Blue Jays Stadium.
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- Line Mountain looks for strong finish
- Box Scores
- Mount Carmel 41, Hughesville 21
- Upper Dauphin 33, East Juniata 22
- Lewisburg 28, Central Columbia 6
- Warrior Run 25, Montgomery 9
- Danville 45, Shikellamy 7
- Montoursville 28, Milton 7
- Bloomsburg 24, Mifflinburg 13
- Milton 33, Selinsgrove 28
- Mount Carmel 19, North Schuylkill 13
- Central Columbia 36, Central Mountain 23