|1||Patrick Cooper||LB, RB||Sr.||5-9||162|
|3||Zyaire Reid||RB, LB||Fr.||5-8||142|
|4||Cole Boyer (C)||RB, CB, P||Sr.||6-2||185|
|5||Robbie Burger||SE, CB||Fr.||5-5||100|
|6||Josh Howard (C)||QB, S||Jr.||5-10||170|
|7||Alex Frederick||RB, QB, CB||So.||5-7||132|
|8||Christian Wenner (C)||RB, CB, K||Sr.||6-2||185|
|9||Blake Wood||SE, CB, K||Sr.||6-2||174|
|10||Connor Keim||RB, LB||Fr.||5-9||144|
|11||Dylan Carl||SE, CB, S||Jr.||5-9||130|
|12||Ethan Troutman||QB, SE, CB||Fr.||6-3||175|
|15||Decker Klawitter||SE, CB, KR||Sr.||5-10||155|
|18||Mark Simpkins||RB, LB||So.||6-0||141|
|20||Travis Lamereaux||RB, LB, P||Jr.||6-0||172|
|22||Ethan Prouse||SE, CB||Jr.||5-7||125|
|23||Zach Reid||SE, CB||Jr.||6-0||145|
|24||Logan Brosius||SE, CB||Sr.||6-3||180|
|32||Ryan Fry||FB, LB||So.||5-10||165|
|36||Cody Hoy||SE, LB||So.||5-7||126|
|51||Emery Ramberger||G, DE||Jr.||5-10||225|
|52||Austin Marks||G, LB||Fr.||5-5||125|
|54||Brett Forney||T, C, LB||So.||5-11||178|
|60||Lukas Cassel||DE, LB||Fr.||6-0||155|
|62||Austin Simpkins||T, G, DE||Fr.||5-10||171|
|65||Cole Hoover||G, DE, LB||Fr.||5-8||184|
|68||Ben Shetterly||T, G, DE||Jr.||5-10||190|
|71||Seth Ramberger||G, T, DE||So.||5-9||220|
|72||Dawson Schlegel||C, T, LB||Jr.||6-1||184|
|74||Alex Strine||T, G, NG||Jr.||6-3||277|
|77||Chance Mobley||G, T, DE||Jr.||5-11||225|
|78||James Fulkroad||T, G, NG||Jr.||6-2||288|
|80||Chyloh Youells||SE, CB||Jr.||6-0||155|
|81||Zach Rudy||SE, LB||Jr.||5-9||140|
Sunday, November 13, 2011
The Indians of Millersburg, who will travel about two hours to get to Columbia for Friday's District 3 Class A football playoff game (7 p.m. Kick), are no strangers to playoff success.
Out of the Twin Valley/Tri-Valley League, the Indians have enjoyed success in the playoffs.
The Indians, who lost in the finals last year, under current coach Steve Boyer, to Holy Name, 27-20, have played in the finals every year since 2006. They won a district title, beating league rival Upper Dauphin, 15-12 in 2009, In the semi-finals that year, Millersburg under then coach Roy Wall, stunned Steel-High in the semi-finals, 14-13. Wall is now the coach at Northern Lebanon.
Overall in 15 games, Millersburg is 9-6, with three of those losses to the Rollers.
The Indians, who are playing Columbia for the first time, have just five seniors on their roster.
Leading the way for the Indians is quarterback/defensive back Josh Howard, a junior. Howard through 10 games has completed 41 of 91 passes for 582 yards. He's been picked off nine times and thrown six touchdown passes. The biggest impact Howard will have is running the football. He's the leading rusher with 831 yards on 193 attempts and has scored 14 rushing touchdowns.
Other big ball carriers are Travis Lamereaux, also a junior, who has rushed for 724 yards on 111 carries and Cole Boyer, a senior, with 193 yards. For the season, Millersburg has rushed for 1,940 yards in 10 games.
Howard's favorite receiver is Boyer with 12 catches and senior Christian Wenner with nine catches. Boyer and Lamereaux each have caught two touchdowns.
Millersburg runs similar schemes on offense and defense like Northern Lebanon.
Defensively, the top tackler with 93 stops is junior linebacker Dawson Schlegel, followed by Lamereaux, who doubles as a linebacker with 72 and another linebacker Connor Keim with 55 stops. Keim is a freshman.
On special teams, Blake Wood has kicked 17 PATs; Decker Klawitter leads the Indians in kick returns, while Lamereaux handles the punting and punt returns.
Millersburg playoff history1992: Wyomissing 21, Millersburg 0
1993: Scotland 28,. Millersbirg 15
2006: Millersburg 56, Hanover 0; Millersburg 28, Halifax 14; Steel-High 47, Millersburg 31/
2007: Millersburg 54, Upper Dauphin 0; Millersburg 30, Holy Name 13; Steel-High 24, Millersburg 21.
2008: Millersburg 41, Central Catholic 7; Steel-High 42, Millersburg 7
2009: Millersburg 41, Central Catholic 0; Millersburg 14, Steel-High 13; Millersbutg 15, Upper Dauphin 12.
2010: Millersburg 13, York Catholic 12; Holy Name 27, Millersburg 20.
Well, its been an interesting week to say the least. From getting out to the polls, waiting for the results, accepting congratulations through e-mail, Facebook and in person, I'm still very humbled and wanting to thank those who voted for me and tell everyone how honored I am to represent our great town for the next four years
As I have promised, I will work in the best interests of all 10,300 people of our fine town and work hard to improve this town. I know there are plenty of issues expressed to me during the campaign, with two of the biggest being code enforcement and parking.
Going back a step, one of the most surprising phone calls I got since Tuesday was yesterday from County Commissioner Craig Lehman. I was very surprised and had a nice talk about with the commissioner.
So what have I learned this week. There is a lot of work to do. I also learned that a local businessman wants an ordinance governing Pawn Shops that have popped up in the borough. His business was ripped off, he said, by one of those Pawn Shops and hopefully that, the theft can be settled through the legal system. I did read somewhere that Pawn Shops were discussed at the committee level.
Also learned there was a meeting at Our Lady of the Angels School held last week to discuss plans to go from two school buildings – the former St. Peter's and Holy Trinity, down to one building, at the Holy Trinity building. Costs and a decline in enrollment are factors. Here's something for those involved, which was brought to my attention yesterday. Since it looks like the St. Peter's building might be the one vacant, why not donate it to the Community Life Network, so there could be a year round shelter for the homeless, which appears to be a growing problem in our town.
Other than that, I have talked with a number of people, setting up meetings, with elected leaders and others, to discuss what has been done, can be done and will be done. I got plenty of questions too and ideas, which I will keep everyone updated on through COLUMBIA TALK.
Feel free to talk to me anytime, give me your suggestions and ideas. Get into the habit of attending meetings and becoming involved.
One thing I will ask, in addition to asking questions, give me and the council some solutions of how to address different issues. It's the only way I know how we can improve things in Columbia.
Again, thanks for your vote and I will work hard for you.
Twin Valley League
Overall Record: 5-5
Conference Record: 4-4
Millersburg 42, Big Spring 29
Millersburg 33, Newport 13
Pine Grove 53, Millersburg 12
Williams Valley 34, Millersburg 7
Line Mountain 46, Millersburg 6
Millersburg 28, East Juniata 7
Millersburg 27, Tri-Valley 21
Millersburg 27, Upper Dauphin 14
Halifax 26, Millersburg 19
North Schuylkill 37, Millersburg 14
Head Coach: Michael Burke III
L-L League Section 3
Overall Record: 5-5
Conference Record: 2-4Columbia 36, Eastern York 13
Columbia 20, Northeastern 8
Daniel Boone 42, Columbia 6
Columbia 24, Boiling Springs 21
Columbia 34, Elco 7
Northern Lebanon 42, Columbia 26
Columbia 34, Annville-Cleona 8
Lancaster Catholic 70, Columbia 25
Pequea Valley 34, Columbia 30
Donegal 49, Columbia 24
Millersburg Home Record: 3-2, Road Record: 2-3
Columbia Home Record: 3-2, Road Record: 2-3
Millersburg District 3 playoff teams played: NONE/.
Columbia District 3 playoff teams played: Northeastern, Boiling Springs, Daniel Boone, Lancaster Catholic and Donegal.
Millersburg Record vs. teams with winnig records: 0-4
Millersburg Record vs. teams with losing records: 4-1
Columbia record vs. teams with .500 or better records: 1-5
Columbia record vs. teams with losing record: 4-0
Millersburg First Quarter Points Scored: 42, Given Up: 84
Columbia First Quarter Points Scored: 51, Given Up: 91
Millersburg Second Quarter Points Scored: 41, Given Up: 45
Columbia Second Quarter Points Scored: 88, Given Up: 109
Millersburg Third Quarter Points Scored: 79, Given Up: 68
Columbia Third Quarter Points Scored: 73, Given Up: 24
Millersburg Fourth Quarter Points Scored: 53, Given Up: 77
Columbia Fourth Quarter Points Scored: 54, Given Up: 74
Millersburg AAAA teams played: None
AAA teams played: Big Spring, East Juniata
AA teams played: Newport, North Schuylkill
A teams played: Upper Dauphin, Halifax, Line Mountain, Tri-Valley, Williams Valley/.
Columbia AAAA teams played: Daniel Boone
AAA teams: Northeastern, Eastern York, Elco, Northern Lebanon, Donegal
AA teams: Lancaster Catholic, Boiling Springs and Pequea Valley.
Columbia Police are asking residents to be aware of a phone scam targeting possibly older residents.
Police said they received a report late last week from an elderly woman, who received a telephone call stating she won $2.5 million.
Police said the caller had an old address for the woman and had called her twice. She was instructed to send $350 through UPS and when the caller persisted, the victim asked a few questions and was hung up on.
Police said they looked into the two phone numbers but they did not lead anywhere.
Anyone who may have received similar phone calls is asked to call police at 684-7735.
Daniel Maldonado-Garcia, 22, Columbia, cited for driving while operating privilege is suspended or revoked, driving with suspended registration, and operation of a vehicle without certificate of inspection in the 200 block of Locust Street, Nov. 3.
Richard F. Borden, Jr., 61, of Ephrata, cited for public drunkenness, on South Fourth Street, Oct. 29.
Amanda Jean Williams, 24, of Columbia, cited for public drunkenness, at Fourth and Cherry streets, Oct. 30.
Dennis Allen Stauffer Jr., 33, of Texas, cited for disorderly conduct at 10th and Manor streets, Oct. 30.
Ralph Jarvis, 45, of Columbia, cited for registration and certification of title required, on Lancaster Avenue, Nov. 3.
Matthew Miles Leonard, 30, of Willow Street, cited for public drunkenness, in the 400 block of Locust Street, Nov. 3.
Beverly S. Wardlaw, 73, of Wrightsville, cited for obedience to traffic control signals, at Third and Chestnut streets, Oct. 25.
Gustavo Pena, 31, of Lancaster, cited for registration and certification of title required and operation of vehicle without official certificate of inspection, in the 400 block of Locust Street, Oct. 29.
Tammie L. Mutzabaugh, 44, of Columbia, cited for driving while operating privilege is suspended or revoked, in the 600 block of Locust Street, Oct. 29.
Wade L. Beaver, 31, of Columbia, cited for drivers required to be licensed on Furnace Avenue, Oct. 29.
Joanie Rignel Dickson, 29, of Columbia, cited for obedience to traffic control devices, at Third and Locust streets, Oct. 30.
Nathaniel Smith, IV, 27, of Lancaster, cited for registration and certification of title required, on North Third Street, Nov. 1.
Michael S. Polek, 34, of Yoe, cited for obedience to traffic control devices, at Third and Linden streets, Nov. 2.
Police said 14 drivers were tested and in addition to the seven DUI charges, there were 12 summary citations given or for offenses such as inspection violations, registration and driving under suspension.
Assisting township police were officers from Columbia Borough, Manor Township, Mount Joy Borough, Lititz Borough and the Lancaster County DUI Task Force.
Columbia grad Mike seibert is a key player on the Millersville University's men's basketball team: http://www.millersvilleathletics.com/news/2011/10/27/MBB_1027114323.aspx?path=mbball
|Millersville University photo|
Columbia grad Ben Giiles played his final regular season home game at Lebanon Valley and it was a record setting day again. Also scoring for LVC was another Columbia gead Yahya McIntyre: http://godutchmen.com/news/2011/11/12/FB_1112110503.aspxLVC
|From Lebanon Daily News|