Gettysburg’s big man is off the board.
For New Oxford, Mike Marshall has proven the picture of consistency
Both John Livelsberger and Brett Smyers were met with extraordinarily unique circumstances in their respective first seasons as head football coaches in Adams County.
Whether it was ripping off a big gain down the sideline or stepping into the hole and stuffing an opposing halfback, Tate Neiderer was up to the challenge.
Gettysburg head coach Matt Heiser didn’t need a crystal ball to see the future during Friday night’s 48-6 drubbing of West York at Warrior Stadium — it unveiled itself before his very eyes.
Family: LaDorian Williams (brother), Deborah Hossler (mother)
For just over two quarters, Bermudian Springs hung with perennial power Middletown in its District 3 Class 3A semifinal on Friday night.
In a season in which opportunity has been everything, Littlestown made the most of its final one.
Three area football teams received official invitations to the District 3 playoffs Tuesday.
New Oxford head coach Jason Warner knew what he was getting into when took over the reins of a New Oxford football program that was coming off a total of two wins from 2014-2017.
That Bermudian Springs put the ball in Savauri Shelton’s hands with its season potentially on the line was a surprise to no one. What he did with it was a surprise to everyone.
Following the graduation of two starters, an injury to another and losing one more due to a position change, Delone Catholic head coach Corey Zortman was concerned with how the Squires’ offensive line would play this season.
Mike Lippy had been waiting for his team to have an offensive explosion Littlestown finally delivered for its longtime head coach as it employed a balanced attack to breeze past Hanover, 42-14, in YAIAA-3 football action Saturday night at Sheppard and Myers Stadium in Hanover.