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Milton faces improving Shamokin squad
Even before his Black Panthers were scheduled to take on Shamokin at home in Saturday night’s Homecoming game, Milton coach George Goodwin was telling people that Shamokin is going to become a good team, perhaps sooner rather than later.
Milton faces busy Carson Long
Obviously, Carson Long Military Institute will be a huge underdog in its non-league game with visiting Milton on Saturday afternoon.
Milton shuts down Central Columbia
Faced with a tight game in crunch time last week against Mifflinburg, Milton was unable to hold onto a late lead and ended up dropping a heartbreaker by four points.
- Milton 32, Central Columbia 20
Milton, Central Columbia set for clash
After blowing an 11-point fourth-quarter lead against Mifflinburg last week with four minutes left in the game, Milton coach George Goodwin said his kids are ready to play Central Columbia this week.
- Mifflinburg 38, Milton 34
Hendrix pioneers late-game comeback for Mifflinburg
Mifflinburg’s Devin Hendrix stood at midfield on the Alumni Field turf cradling a nearly empty Clinger Lumber Tomato Bowl trophy late Friday night. The celebratory tomatoes gone — stolen by his jubilant teammates moments earlier — it was the only time Hendrix came up empty in the 37th edition of gridiron kickoff to Milton’s Harvest Festival.
Black Panthers ready for varied Mifflinburg attack
On the surface, last week’s blowout victory at Warrior Run, in which most if not all of the Milton players saw action, would not appear to be a good tuneup for Friday night’s Heartland Athletic Conference Division I matchup with Mifflinburg.
'Little E' sparks Milton in big victory
He’s known as Little E, a nickname earned because he is the younger brother of former Milton star Donald English, and partly because he looks like he might carry 150 pounds on his diminutive 5-foot-7 frame.
- Milton 61, Warrior Run 21
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