Saturday, September 11, 2010

District Three update

Here are the updated Class A records:
2-0: Steel High and Millersburg.
1-1: York Catholic, Columbia, Halifax, Upper Dauphin and Reading Central Catholic.
0-1: Carson Long and Fairfield.
0-2: Camp Hill.

Daniel Boone is 2-0

York Daily Record story on win over Susquehannock:

Reading Eagle story:

Other views

Intell story on last night's game:

York Daily Record story on last night's game:

How the opposition did

Daniel Boone improved to 2-0 with a huge win over Susquehannock.

The Bubblers are 1-1 after a win over Palmyra. The Bubblers play Milton Hershey Friday.

The Tide's first league opponent is 0-2 following a 38-17 loss  to Pine Grove on Friday night. Coach Mark Evans' team plays Lebanon this week.

The Little Dutchmen are 0-2 following a 14-8 loss to Hamburg. A-C plays Fleetwood this week.

The Vikings lost to Lebanon 49-14 and are 0-2 for new coach Ray Wall.

The Braves, the top scoring team in the L-L League are 1-1 following a 35-28 win over Kutztown. The Braves play Octorara this week.

The state champs are 2-0 following an easy 35-0 win over Hempfield and play city rival McCaskey this week.

The Indians, who play Conrad Weiser this week, are 1-1 following a 21-13 win over Fleetwood.

Landmark is sold

It was back in June that COLUMBIA TALK posted a picture of the Hotel Locust in the 300 block of Locust Street wit a "for sale" sign in front of it. Also with a "for sale" sign was the former Woolworth store next door. Those two building have been sold, while across the street, a "Business for Sale" sign has been posted in the windows of the Heritage Insurance Agency, at Third and Locust streets.