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Rapp shines as Selinsgrove stuns Danville
Injuries may be part of the game, but Danville and Selinsgrove both have seen more than their share of players go down this season.
- Selinsgrove 17, Danville 14
Danville still has hopes for top seed
Jim Keiser must feel like the basketball coach whose team erases a large deficit, then loses by 18 points in overtime.
Short-handed Ironmen storm back in second half
DANVILLE — Danville ran the football for 175 yards in the second half of Friday’s win over Bloomsburg.
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- Danville 31, Bloomsburg 23
Big doings, and a football game, Friday in Danville
DANVILLE — Somewhere in the middle of all of the commotion in Danville this weekend, there is a football game to be played. And a pretty important game at that.
Danville roll Shikellamy for HAC-I title
At times throughout the season Danville coach Jim Keiser lamented the fact that Ironmen receivers weren’t consistently catching Weston Baylor’s passes. Drives were cut short, points were left on the field and, last week at Montoursville, a winnable game was lost
- Danville 45, Shikellamy 7
Shikellamy, Danville meet with HAC-I crown on line
Talking before the season, Shikellamy coach Todd Tilford truly believed his Braves could be playing for a championship this season.
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