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Mount Carmel's QB a concern for the Selinsgrove Seals
MOUNT CARMEL — Here is a cliché that has become an obscure reference in this modern connected world.
Big second quarter keys Mount Carmel victory
Behind a potent running game, Mount Carmel scored 21 points in the second quarter and cruise to a 41-21 Heartland-II victory over Hughesville on Friday.
- Mount Carmel 41, Hughesville 21
Red Tornadoes leery of winless Spartans
Mount Carmel was a few ticks away from its postseason hopes possibly being dashed last week.
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- Mount Carmel 19, North Schuylkill 13
Dormer helps Mount Carmel secure victory
Joe Dormer’s name more than likely won’t be found on any opposing team’s scouting reports as a player to be reckoned with on the field, and yet the Mount Carmel Area junior with one catch probably has earned himself an eternal spot in the football lore known as Red Tornado Football.
More than a rivalry for MCA, North Schuylkill
Mount Carmel escaped a scare against Central Columbia last week, which Mount Carmel coach Carmen DeFrancesco attributed to increased intensity in the second half.
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
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