Saturday, November 13, 2010

District Three scores

Dallastown 28, Conestoga Valley 14
Red Lion 14, McCaskey 13
Harrisburg 75, Penn Manor 28
Daniel Boone 34, Cedar Cliff 16
Wilson 48, Manheim Township 21
Cumberland Valley 35, Spring Grove 21
Governor Mifflin 42, York 6
Central Dauphin 42, Lower Dauphin 7
Greencastle 42, Hamburg 6
Conrad Weiser 53, East Pennsboro 37
Cocalico 28, West York 21
Susquehanna 53, Gettysburg 14
L-S 41, Big Spring 13
Manheim Central 64, Dover 14
McDevitt 45, Kennard-Dale 25
Hershey 15, Shippensburg 6
Catholic 56,Schuylkill Valley 21
Wyomissing 28, Delone 21
Bermudian 37, Littlestown 0
Trinity 42, Boiling Springs 0
Steel-High 41, Columbia 32

Post sesason is next

It's onto the post season for three of the four Columbia graduates playing college football.

At Kutztown, Colby Tuell caught two passes for 12 yards and scored once as KU beat Gannon 27-24 to finish the regular season with a 10-1 record.
Kutztown will find out Sunday where they will open in Division II playoffs.
For the season, Tuell has caught 39 passes for 532 yards and two scores.

At Lebanon Valley, Ben Guiles and Yahya McIntyre are expected to join the Valley in the ECAC playoffs. LVC completed a big comeback Saturday with a 28-13 home win over Albright.
It was the fifth straight win for LVC, who finishes the regular season with a 6-4 record, after starting the season 1-4.
Saturday, Guiles rushed for 143 yards on 28 carries and scored twice. He also caught two passes for 14 yards.
For the season, Guiles has rushed for 1,285 yards on 251 carries and scored 17 times.
McIntyre caught one pass Saturday for seven yards, giving his nine catches for 75 yards and a score this season.

On the other side, freshman Brandon Felus saw his season end with three tackles in a 45-3 loss to Washington and Lee. Juniata finished 0-10.

Cigarette smoker burned

A Mountville man was arrested by West Hempfield TownshipPolice for stealing cigarettes:

District Three record book

Forer Harrisburg sportswriter Rod Frisco has compiled a long list of District 3 football records:

Other views of last night's game

Lancaster Newspapers:

PennLive/Harrisburg Patriot:

Pony up

Horse racing legend Smarty Jones is coming to York County: