Eastern York football earned its first win of the season, defeating West York, 27-10, Friday, Sept. 23, 2016. Jim Seip, GameTimePA.com
Zion DeVance and Rodney Scott had big games on the ground against Spring Grove. The two talk about their performances. Christian Arnold
The Barons put on an offensive show through the air and on the ground to defeat Lampeter-Strasburg, 69-14 on Friday, September 23, 2016. Video by John Buffone
In the final 4:18 of the first half vs Lampeter-Strasburg, Manheim Central’s Jake Novak caught three touchdowns passes from Kody Kegarise and also intercepted a pass on defense on September 23. Video by John Buffone
Shippensburg's Adam Houser had full control of the GameTimePA.com Snapchat account on Friday, and he showed us how the Greyhounds get ready for the Friday night lights. Video by Lizi Arbogast
In their homecoming game, York Suburban defeated Kennard-Dale 42-6 in YAIAA Division II football action Friday. Varsha Kalakuntla for GameTimePA.com
The Panthers rallied from a 20-0 halftime deficit to win 28-27. Zach Miller - GameTimePA.com
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The Irish had little trouble with the Squires Friday night, rolling to a 42-7 road win to open division play. Matt Allibone
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Red Land rolled the dice and came out with a win Friday night at Susquehanna Township.
Justin Johnson scored a touchdown for Red Land with just under a minute remaining and then scored on a two-point conversion run to put the Patriots ahead for good in the team's 17-16 victory over the Indians.
It was an odd game at the outset — Susquehanna Township scored a touchdown and two-point conversion in the first quarter and Red Land countered with three Chad Stout field goals to take a 9-8 lead in the third quarter.
The Indians responded by ripping off a long touchdown run in the fourth — then tallied another two-point conversion — to take a 16-9 advantage with just over two minutes remaining.
Red Land took the ensuing kickoff and returned it to around midfield, according to Patriots coach Chad Weaver. The offense then marched inside the Indians' 5-yard line where Johnson took it in.
When the opportunity called for it on the two-point conversion, the team called Johnson's number again.
"Same play," Weaver said following the game. "Same play"
The Patriots are now 4-1 on the season and will face Lower Dauphin next weekend. Susquehanna Township is 1-3 on the year.