HERSHEY — As Southern Columbia’s seniors mingled with their fans Friday at Hersheypark Stadium or took another chunk of a giant chocolate bar, every one of them was absorbing a win in a high school football game for the 63rd and final time.

STATE COLLEGE — Will Levis put a hand on the football in just enough time to secure the errant snap from center. Levis pulled in the football, and shuffled to his left as his eyes scanned downfield.

LEWISBURG — Bucknell was clinging to a three-point lead with a little more than five minutes to play when St. Bonaventure sent a pair of defenders to pressure guard Marly Walls in the backcourt.

SELINSGROVE — Junior running back Da’Avian Ellington said the Susquehanna defense had bailed the offense out so many times this season that it was time that his group returned the favor.

JERSEY SHORE — Early in the third quarter, Selinsgrove’s Nick Sheaffer picked off a Tanner Lorson pass — the Seals’ third interception of the game — to set up the game-tying touchdown in Friday night’s District 4 Class 4A championship game.

DANVILLE — An element that sets the Lewisburg Green Dragons apart in its style of soccer is the ability to make adjustments on the fly during the heat of a game.

DANVILLE — Terry Gerlinski wasn’t sure why the Lewisburg girls soccer team came out flat at the start of Saturday’s District 4 Class 2A championship game, but that sluggish beginning proved extremely costly.

HERSHEY — Shortly after the PIAA Class 2A boys cross-country race ended Saturday, an announcement was made asking representatives from Lewisburg and York Suburban to report to the officials’ trailer.

SELINSGROVE — Even when things didn’t go right for Selinsgrove during Friday night’s District 4 Class 4A semifinal with Midd-West at Harold L. Bolig Memorial Field, it seemed to work out for the Seals.

ALMEDIA — Tired of kicking each other in training sessions since they’d gone more than a week without a game, an anxious Lewisburg boys soccer team was more than ready to start the playoffs.

MIFFLINTOWN — Blair County Christian’s dominated Northumberland Christian for much of the second half in the Allegheny Christian Athletic Association boys soccer tournament championship game to help the Bobcats repeat.

HERSHEY — As Southern Columbia’s seniors mingled with their fans Friday at Hersheypark Stadium or took another chunk of a giant chocolate bar, every one of them was absorbing a win in a high school football game for the 63rd and final time.

STATE COLLEGE — Will Levis put a hand on the football in just enough time to secure the errant snap from center. Levis pulled in the football, and shuffled to his left as his eyes scanned downfield.

LEWISBURG — Bucknell was clinging to a three-point lead with a little more than five minutes to play when St. Bonaventure sent a pair of defenders to pressure guard Marly Walls in the backcourt.

SELINSGROVE — Junior running back Da’Avian Ellington said the Susquehanna defense had bailed the offense out so many times this season that it was time that his group returned the favor.

JERSEY SHORE — Early in the third quarter, Selinsgrove’s Nick Sheaffer picked off a Tanner Lorson pass — the Seals’ third interception of the game — to set up the game-tying touchdown in Friday night’s District 4 Class 4A championship game.

DANVILLE — An element that sets the Lewisburg Green Dragons apart in its style of soccer is the ability to make adjustments on the fly during the heat of a game.

DANVILLE — Terry Gerlinski wasn’t sure why the Lewisburg girls soccer team came out flat at the start of Saturday’s District 4 Class 2A championship game, but that sluggish beginning proved extremely costly.

HERSHEY — Shortly after the PIAA Class 2A boys cross-country race ended Saturday, an announcement was made asking representatives from Lewisburg and York Suburban to report to the officials’ trailer.

SELINSGROVE — Even when things didn’t go right for Selinsgrove during Friday night’s District 4 Class 4A semifinal with Midd-West at Harold L. Bolig Memorial Field, it seemed to work out for the Seals.

ALMEDIA — Tired of kicking each other in training sessions since they’d gone more than a week without a game, an anxious Lewisburg boys soccer team was more than ready to start the playoffs.

MIFFLINTOWN — Blair County Christian’s dominated Northumberland Christian for much of the second half in the Allegheny Christian Athletic Association boys soccer tournament championship game to help the Bobcats repeat.

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