- Central Columbia News Wire
- Lewisburg 28, Central Columbia 6
Dragons, Jays have playoff points on line
Looking at the calendar the District 4 Class AA playoffs don’t start until three weeks after Lewisburg and Central Columbia kickoff at 7 p.m. at Christy Mathewson-Memorial Stadium on Friday night in a Heartland Athletic Conference-Division II match up.
- Central Columbia 36, Central Mountain 23
Central Columbia dominates Central Mountain
The Blue Jays led in practically every statistical category on Friday night, even on the scoreboard as the Blue Jays held off the Wildcats.
Turnovers still hurting Central Columbia
It’s the one statistic in football that can tell you a lot about a team: turnovers.
The more you create, the better your chances are at winning a game
White's breakout performance sparks Mount Carmel victory
Treyvon White had given glimpses of his game-changing potential in the past, enough that Mount Carmel coach Carmen DeFrancesco wasn’t shocked by the junior’s second half Friday at Central Columbia.
- Mount Carmel 36, Central Columbia 22
High School Football Scoreboard
Danville 27, Jersey Shore 7, box, story
Southern 54, Selinsgrove 14, box, story
Shikellamy 50, Warrior Run 0, box, story
Montoursville 27, Lewisburg 20, box, story
Newport 42, East Juniata 14, box, story
Bloomsburg 27, Muncy 8, box, story
Towanda 28, Mifflinburg 13, story
Mt. Carmel 36, Central Col. 22, box, story
Upper Dauphin 43, Juniata 31, box, story
Tri-Valley 41, Millersburg 28, box, story
For scores from across Pennsylvania, click here.
Red Tornadoes need to improve on offense
On a clear day, Mount Carmel Red Tornadoes fans can see their playoff hopes rapidly slipping away.
Danville's defense coming around
Three weeks into the season, Danville, most people’s favorite to win the Heartland Athletic Conference Division I and District 4 Class A, was unbeaten as expected, but surprisingly struggling ine one important area.
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