Saturday, October 9, 2010

Authority to meet

The Columbia Municipal Authority and borough council are expected to meet Thursday, Oct. 21 at 6 p.m. to discuss a bond issue for the funding of a new sewer treatment plant and additional bond funding to build a marina building at the River Park and repair streets and bridges in town.
The meeting was discussed at length during Wednesday's special council meeting and it looks as though the second bond issue could cost taxpayers at least a mill of property taxes.

Weekly college update

At Kutztown, Colby Tuell caught two passes for 31 yards in KU's 39-21 win over East Stroudsburg. For the season, KU is 5-0 and Tuell has caught 12 passes for 271 yards.

At Lebanon Valley, Ben Guiles rushed for 172 yards on 28 carries as the Valley lost to Wilkes, 35-28. Yahya McIntyre also played in the game. Guiles also caught one pass for nine yards as the Valley fell to 1-4.

At Juniata, Brandon Felus started his fifth game, but didn't record a tackle as Juniata lost to Muhlenburg, 38-3 to fall to 0-5 for the year.

Other Scores

Lancaster Catholic improvedto 2-0 in the section and 6-0 overall with a 41-7 trashing of Pequea Valley. The game was only 21-7 at the half. oman Clay had four scores for LCHS.

Pequea Valley fell to 0-3 and 1-5 after a 41-7 loss to Lancaster Catholic. The Braves were held to six yards on rhe ground in the loss.

Donegal upset Annville-Cleona 20-13 in the last minute, Donegal is 2-1 in Section 3 and 3-3 overall,

Annville-Cleona is next foe

Columbia plays its next to last road game of the season Friday night at Annville-Cleona. A-C lost its first league game to Donegal Friday night:

From the Lebanon Daily News:

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Other views

Here is the Northern Lebanon angle from the Lebanon Daily News:

From the Intell/New Era: