HALIFAX — Cameron Fornwald scored on a 49-yard run with 7 minutes, 54 seconds remaining in the game to lift Upper Dauphin to a Tri-Valley League victory over Halifax, 28-21, on Friday.
Fornwald finished with 144 yards on 23 carries. He also scored on a 4-yard run early in the third quarter to bring Upper Dauphin (2-1) to within 21-20.
Halifax (1-2) took a 21-14 lead in the third behind two long scoring runs (75 and 76 yards) by Eric Johnston, who finished with 194 yards on 17 carries.
MONTOURSVILLE — The Warriors won the HAC-II matchup and a battle of attrition versus the Wildcats after Keith Batkowski scored on a 30-yard run midway through the fourth quarter.
Batkowski ran for 316 yards on 42 carries and scored a total of five touchdowns — at least one in each quarter, including two in the first for Montoursville (2-1, 1-0).
Jordan Wagner led Mifflinburg (1-2, 0-1) with 189 yards passing and three touchdowns, as well as 25 yards rushing and another score.
TOWANDA — Behind two touchdowns from Noah Huff and one by Steven Yates, the Black Knights got out to a huge lead and never looked back to take the nonleague game.
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NORTHUMBERLAND — The Warriors scored five unanswered goals to take the Allegheny Christian Athletic Association win.
David Mahoney first tied the game at 1 for Northumberland Christian (8-0 overall) before he followed a Daniel Severn goal to give the Warriors a 3-0 lead midway through the second half.
Hugh Hayner and Andrew Groninger tallied the other two goals for Northumberland.
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MILTON — Sisters Emily and Katie Benfer scored two goals apiece to lead the Lions to the ACAA victory.
Katie Benfer also had two assists for Meadowbrook (6-1, 3-0 ACAA).
MIDDLEBURG — Kelsey Stuck, Taylor Kepler and Kelli Beiler all scored for the Mustangs, leading them to the HAC crossover win.
Paige Kauffman needed to make only one save for Midd-West (4-0) to get the shutout.
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NORTHUMBERLAND — Bethany Severn scored a goal in each half to help lead the Warriors to the ACAA win. Makayla Ferster and Calista Ulmer also tallied goals for Northumberland Christian (8-2 overall).