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
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Video highlights from Big Spring's 49-7 against Biglerville on Sept. 9. 2016. George Marinos, for GameTimePA.com
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- 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
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For the first time since 2008, Middletown's football program is off to a 2-0 start.
Brett Myers' Blue Raiders weren't perfect in Friday's 33-0 victory against Northern at War Memorial Field, but they sure looked dominant.
Middletown lost three fumbles, all in the red zone, but showcased an ability to take over on both sides of the football.
"Some might say it was a sloppy game, but I say that it was a physical game with two teams going at each other," Myers said. "The kids are resilient and handled the ebbs and flows well."
At times, Northern's offense was able to move the ball against Middletown and had 12 first downs to show for it. But everything the Polar Bears got was hard earned against a tough-as-nails Blue Raiders' defense, which held Northern to 96 rushing yards.
Down 14-0 in the third quarter, Northern drove from its own 10 and converted two third downs to set itself up nicely on the Middletown 11. That's when Jaelen Thompson intercepted a Curtis Robison pass and returned it 95 yards for a score.
A few minutes later, after a three-and-out from the Polar Bears, Thompson bolted 58 yards to paydirt to put Middletown ahead 26-0 as the third quarter drew to a close.
In the end, it was the physicality of Middletown on the defensive front that provided the game's most telling stat: Zero points for the Polar Bears.
Northern quarterback Curtis Robison was 11-of-24 for 114 yards and an interception. He added 44 rushing yards on nine attempts.
Middletown 33, Northern York 0
Northern York_ 0_ 0_ 0_ 0_ — _ 0
Middletown_ 14_ 0_ 12_ 7_ — _ 33
Mid — Brady Fox 51-rush (kick good), 11:03.
Mid — Jaelen Thompson 2-rush (kick good), 3:43
Mid — Thompson 95-interception return (kick failed), 1:52
Mid — Thompson 58-rush (kick failed), 0:00
Mid — Kyle Tuesdale 11-rush (kick good), 3:24
_ NY _ Mid
First downs _ N/A_ N/A
Rushes-yards _ N/A _ 37-300
Passing _ N/A _ 6-10-0
Passing yards _ N/A _ 141
Total yards _ N/A _ 441
Punts _ N/A_ N/A
Fumbles-lost _ N/A _ N/A
Penalties-yards _ N/A _ N/A
Rushing — Mid, Fox 8-95, Thompson 14-140, Chase Snavely 2-8, Tre Leach 1-2, Jose Lopez 6-27, Antonio Gamble 4-18, Truesdale 2-10
Passing — Mid, Chase Snavely 6-10-0 141 yds.
Receiving — Mid, Brady Fox 2-31, Thompson 1-50, Malik Noon 1-34, Corbin Stretler 1-10, Ryan Hughes 1-16.