BLOOMSBURG 42, MUNCY 20
Bloomsburg (5-1) 14 7 21 0—42
Muncy (4-2) 7 0 6 7—20
M-Troy Hembury 36 run (Joe Titman kick)
B-Colby Klingerman 25 pass from Ricky Klingerman (Jon Nixon kick)
B-Tyler Vincent 30 pass from R. Klingerman (Nixon kick)
B-Vincent 5 pass from R. Klingerman (Nixon kick)
B-Vincent 7 fumble return (Nixon kick)
B-Vincent 6 pass from R. Klingerman (Nixon kick)
M-Hembury 4 run (kick failed)
B-C. Klingerman 21 pass from R. Klingerman (Nixon kick)
M-Junior Ramos 68 run (Alyssa Hitesman kick)
First downs 20 10
Rushes-net yards 29-119 38-175
Passing yardage 330 37
Passing 26-42-1 6-10-1
Fumbles-lost 1-1 2-2
Penalties-yards 8-64 6-55
RUSHING: Bloomsburg - Evan Ball 9-27, Ricky Klingerman 7-36, Sam Miller 4-8, Trent Paradis 1-1, Coty Kashner 5-37, John Klingerman 2-15, Team 1-(-5). Muncy - Troy Hembury 19-121, 2 TDs, Junior Ramos 3-71, TD, Teddy Clark 4-(-2), TJ Moyle 2-8, Ken Koch 1-(-2), Jeff Scott 2-20.
PASSING: Bloomsburg - Ricky Klingerman 26-41-0-330, 5 TDs, Tyson Thrush 0-1-1. Muncy - Anthony Barberio 6-10-1-37.
RECEIVING: Bloomsburg - Colby Klingerman 8-113, 2 TDs, Zach Ashford 4-46, Tyler Vincent 5-62, 3 TDs, Brandon Breisch 4-32, Cole Frye 1-3, Evan Ball 3-57, Mitchell Fornwald 1-17. Muncy - Eli Warnick 2-12, Maurice Brown 2-13, Ken Koch 1-14, Brandon O’Connell 1-(-2).
BLOOMSBURG 42, MUNCY 20
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