It was a night to celebrate Biglerville football. Playing their last home game with head coach Alex Ramos, the Canners hosted a determined Hanover squad and overwhelmed the Nighthawks, 53-14.

Riding a ferocious ground game and an impenetrable defense, Biglerville rushed for 458 yards while holding the Hawks to negative four yards on the ground. The Canner front line bullied Hanover on both sides of the ball and controlled the line of scrimmage. Kalen Sharrah led the charge with 168 yards on 14 carries and two touchdowns. Sharrah also scored on an interception return.

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