If a few plays would have gone the other way, Biglerville would be sitting pretty in Division III with a perfect record.
In reality, the Canners are 2-2.
A 39-36 double overtime loss to Annville-Cleona in Week 1 and a 14-13 defeat at the hands of Waynesboro in Week 2 are the two blemishes on the Canners' record so far.
"We know we should be 4-0, but our record says we're 2-2," Canner head coach Alex Ramos said. "Ever since that Waynesboro loss, though, we're paying attention to the little details a lot better. It looks like we've learned a lot from that loss."
Senior tailback Scott Cooper added, "We've been super focused on every day in front of us and not looking ahead. The coaches told us that we can still finish the regular season 8-2, and that's our goal."
Biglerville took a step in that direction when it breezed past Fairfield, 47-0, Friday. The Canners showed a balanced offense, rushing for 200 yards and passing for 291 more. They piled up 19 first downs and scored touchdowns on seven of their first nine possessions of the game.
"Their offense is simple, the motion takes you to where the play is going almost every time," Fairfield head coach Darwin Seiler said. "Their execution is great, though. They have very good players, and Alex and his staff are very good coaches. He's been pointing towards this year being a special year for them, and it looks like its going to be."