Watch video highlights from Hanover's 58-0 victory against Kennard-Dale on Sept. 9, 2016. Varsha Kalakuntla, for GameTimePA.com
The Barons took to the ground and the air to down the Indians on September 9, 2016. Video by John Buffone
The Shippensburg football team traveled to Chambersburg for a non-league matchup, Friday, and took down the Trojans 20-7. Check here for highlights! Video by Lindsey Smith
Watch: Spring Grove football remained unbeaten with a 35-0 victory at Mechanicsburg Friday, Sept. 9. Jim Seip, GameTimePA.com
Gettysburg beat New Oxford, and Edny Celius discusses scoring five touchdowns. Tom Sixeas, For GameTimePA.com
Waynesboro's Cameron Keck had full access to the GameTimePA.com Snapchat on Friday, and he gave us the inside scoop on what it's like to be a high school football player. Video by Lizi Arbogast
After capitalizing on second-half mistakes by Northern Lebanon, Cedar Crest exploded in the fourth quarter to pull away. Courtesy of LLLeagueSportsVideos.com
Video highlights from Big Spring's 49-7 against Biglerville on Sept. 9. 2016. George Marinos, for GameTimePA.com
The Littlestown football team dominated Hamburg in a 58-7 win Friday night. Matt Allibone
Lizi Arbogast and Ed Gotwals break down the biggest matchup of the week, Chambersburg vs. Shippensburg, and pick their game changers for the week. Video by Lizi Arbogast
Northeastern football put on a display in Week 1, and its defense had a number of key plays. Check out defensive highlights from the Bobcats win against Daniel Boone. Jim Seip, GameTimePA.com
York Suburban coaches invited Ayden Kohler, who was diagnosed with brain cancer last month, to coach the team during Tuesday's practice. Zach Miller - GameTimePA.com
- Watch: Hanover 58, Kennard-Dale 0
- Manheim Central rolls Donegal, 55-0
- HIGHLIGHTS: Shippensburg 20, Chambersburg 7
- Watch: Spring Grove shuts out Mechanicsburg
- Watch: Gettysburg 44, New Oxford 27
- Watch: Snippets from Cameron Keck's Snapchat Takeover
- Cedar Crest handles Northern Lebanon
- Watch: Big Spring 49, Biglerville 7
- Watch: Littlestown rolls to win over Hamburg
- Watch: Franklin County Two-Minute Drill, Week 2
- Watch: Northeastern defense impressive
- Watch: Child with cancer coaches York Suburban
Turnovers were the difference Friday night for unbeaten Carlisle.
The Thundering Herd took advantage of five Red Land miscues en route to a 30-22 victory against the Patriots at West Shore Stadium on Friday night.
In the first quarter, Red Land (2-1, 1-0 Keystone) drove down the field, but Hunter Anderson stepped in front of a Jake Radic pass in the red zone to end the threat.
“Turnovers were big, and people will talk about winning the turnover game,” said Herd coach Pat Conrad. “We got five turnovers, but we forced the ball out and made two big interceptions. Our kids were in position to make plays, but we need to do a better job on special teams. We allowed too many big returns.”
Carlisle scored on the same possession as Nate Barnes ran the ball in from 4 yards out.
Red Land’s Hunter Briner ran the ensuing kickoff back 98 yards, one of several big special teams plays by the Patriots.
The Patriots were poised to score again, but Justin Johnson fumbled the ball at the 2-yard line and it was recovered in the end zone by the Herd.
Herd quarterback Eric Harris found Barnes from 21 yards out for a 14-7 lead.
Gavyn Barnes returned a Patriot punt 65 yards for a Herd touchdown before the Patriots recorded a score just before halftime. Radic found Matt Moody for a score with just 44 seconds left on the clock.
A Caleb Richwine field goal from 30 for Carlisle was the only score in the third quarter.
Rojen Porcopio ran around right end for 20 yards with a little less than a minute remaining to seemingly seal the game for Carlisle.
A huge kickoff return by Josiah Espinosa gave the Patriots life at the 33. Radic found Espinosa for a touchdown with 40 seconds left. Radic’s two point conversion cut the deficit to eight points.
The onside kick was recovered by Carlisle to end the game.
“We had our chances, but five turnovers are too many to overcome,” said Patriot coach Chad Weaver. “We were within an onside kick of having a chance to win the game. We played very well other than the turnovers — all five were inside Carlisle territory and three inside the red zone.”
Carlisle improves to 2-0 and hosts South Western in Week 3, while Red Land plays Dover.
Carlisle 30, Red Land 22
Carlisle_ 14_ 7_ 3_ 6_ — _ 30
Red Land_ 7_ 7_ 0_ 8_ — _ 22
Car — Nate Barnes 4-rush (Caleb Richwine kick), 7:05
RLa — Hunter Briner 98-kickoff return (Chad Stout kick), 6:48
Car — Nate Barnes 21-pass from Eric Harris (Richwine kick), 5:08
Car — Gabyn Barnes 65-punt return (Richwine kick), 6:48
RLa — Matt Moody 32-pass from Jake Radic (Stout kick), 0:44.6
Car — Richwine 30 FG, 7:07
Car — Rojen Porcopio 20-rush (pass failed), 0:56.4
RLa — Josiah Espinosa 33-pass from Radic (Radic run), 0:44.0
_ Car_ RLa
First downs _ 14_ 12
Rushes-yards _ 45-193_ 23-140
Passing _ 8-14-0_ 7-18-2
Passing yards _ 108_ 165
Total yards _ 301_ 305
Punts _ 8-37.4_ 3-41
Fumbles-lost _ 1-0_ 4-3
Penalties-yards _ 10-71_ 5-45
Rushing — Carlisle- Prince Gay 5-1, Rojen Porcopio 25-93, Gavyn Barnes 4-32, Nate Barnes 3-16, Eric Harris 8-51. Red Land- Justin Johnson 13-108 , Hunter Briner 1-6, Tate Myers 1-3, Jake Radic 7-24, Nathan Stahl 1-(-1)
Passing — Carlisle- Eric Harris 8-14-0, 108 yards, Gavyn Barnes 0-1-0, 0 yards. Red Land- Jake Radic 7-18-2, 165 yards
Receiving — Carlisle- Nate Barnes 3-53, Gavyn Barnes 5-55. Red Land- Hunter Briner 1-10, Jaelyn Gaither 1-42, Matt Moody 1-32, Tate Myers 2-18, Josiah Espinosa 2-63