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Seals, Panthers have plenty on line
One of the Valley’s older rivalries takes on a more serious tone Friday night when Milton visits Selinsgrove for its Homecoming in what is a critical game in terms of the District 4 Class AAA points race.
- Southern Columbia 54, Selinsgrove 14
Southern's 33-point first quarter too much for Selinsgrove
The popular Elysburg Haunted House is a few weeks away, but opponents of the Southern Columbia football team might want to go there to calm down.
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.
Short-handed Seals face unbeaten Southern Columbia
Injuries are the bane of high school football coaches, but, if there were a worst time for the injury bug to strike the Selinsgrove Seals, it would have been in the middle of its two-week meat grinder of a schedule, with back-to-back road games at Berwick and Southern Columbia.
Cover Story: Old faces in new places for Seals
One didn’t play football until eighth grade.
One was slated for wide receiver and back-up quarterback until a season-ending injury forced a change of plans.
Skill players in spotlight for Berwick, Selinsgrove
In the pregame hype for Friday night’s showdown between Selinsgrove and Berwick, the focus will be on the skill position players like quarterback C.J. Curry for the Bulldogs and the Seals dual-threat running back, Zach Adams.
Selinsgrove bounces back with decisive win over Shamokin
Just how dominant was Selinsgrove against Shamokin in their Heartland-I matchup Friday? The numbers kind of speak for themselves.
- Selinsgrove 42, Shamokin 13
Seals ready to learn from lessons
The Selinsgrove football team learned a hard lesson last Friday night.
The good news is time is short from the Seals’ 14-7 loss to Shikellamy to this week’s contest.
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