Class A semifinal
SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT 32, BLOOMSBURG 16
Bloomsburg (8-3) 0 0 8 8—16
So. Williamsport (10-1) 12 6 6 8—32
SW-Dominic Bragalone 40 run (pass failed)
SW-Brandon Stonge 5 run (run failed)
SW-Riley Hengler 43 pass from Tyler House (run failed)
SW-Stonge 50 run (run failed)
B-Zach Ashford 17 pass from Ricky Klingerman (Klingerman run)
SW-Stonge 29 run (Stonge run)
B-Klingerman 1 run (John Klingerman pass from R. Klingerman)
First downs 6 12
Rushes-net yards 9-4 55-337
Passing yardage 187 78
Passing 22-37-0 2-4-0
Fumbles-lost 3-1 3-2
Penalties-yards 2-18 7-75
RUSHING — Bloomsburg, Ricky Klingerman 6-3, TD, John Klingerman 2-1, Evan Ball 1-0. South Williamsport, Stonge 25-222 3 TDs, Bragalone 12-76 TD, Matt Bartholomew 11-22, Tyler House 7-17.
PASSING — Bloomsburg, R. Klingerman 22-37-0-187, TD. South Williamsport, Tyler House 2-4-0-78, TD.
RECEIVING — Bloomsburg, Colby Klingerman 9-67, Zach Ashford 5-45 TD, Tyler Vincent 2-27, Mitchell Fornwald 3-19, J. Klingerman 1-16, Sam Miller 1-19, Evan Ball 1-(-6). South Williamsport, Riley Hengler 1-43 TD, Matt Bartholomew 1-35.
Class A semifinal
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