Northeastern defeated previously unbeaten Dallastown, York Catholic defeated previously unbeaten Littlestown, Red Lion defeated South Western and Central York defeated New Oxford. Jim Seip, GameTimePA.com
Another Cocalico defensive back had a top play this week. This time it was freshman Noah Palm that elevated and made a one-handed pick against Cedar Crest. The Eagles ultimately won, 22-13. Video by John Buffone
In Shippensburg's Week 6 victory over Mifflin County, junior quarterback Carter Van Scyoc surpassed 1,000 passing yards and now has 1,174 for the season. Video by Lindsey Smith, GameTimePA.com
This week, Ship's student section, the Maroon Platoon, hosted its annual Pink Out night - and it also hosted the Week 6 GameTimePA.com Snapchat Takeover. Here's the evidence. Video by Lizi Arbogast, GameTimePA.com
Two mobile quarterbacks and several powerful running backs highlighted the best YAIAA football performances in Week 6. Jessica Sprenkle, GameTimePA.com
Highlights from Spring Grove and William Penn.
Despite a rough second quarter, Shippensburg rebounded to take down Mifflin County 35-30 to remain undefeated. Video by Lindsey Smith
The Warriors defeated Hempfield, 31-24 on Friday. Daryl Simione
The Golden Knights have just 27 players on their team, but they currently lead YAIAA Division II. Ryan T Provencher
See highlights from the Fighting Irish win on Oct. 7.
The Barons put on a strong performance and defeated E-Town, 33-10 on Friday, October 7, 2016. Courtesy of LLLeagueSportsVideos.com
The Nighthawks running back rushed for more than 200 yards in a 42-7 win against Fairfield. George Marinos, For GameTimePA.com
The Eagles edged Cedar Crest, 22-13 on Friday, October 7, 2016. Video by John Buffone
The Northeastern Bobcats picked up a crucial win to snap a two game losing streak. Christian Arnold
Pregame festivities prior to Friday night football game Noelle Haro-Gomez/GameTimePA.com
South Western players discuss the team's strong play on defense recently. The Mustangs beat Central York, 14-11, last Friday. Matt Allibone
Sports reporters Lizi Arbogast and Lindsey Smith break down the Franklin Co. Game of the Week, Mifflin County vs. Shippensburg. Video by Lindsey Smith
John Buffone, Pat Huggins and Matt Catrillo break down three Week 6 football matchups in the Lancaster-Lebanon League. Video by John Buffone.
The GameTimePA crew breaks down Week 6 matchups in the Lancaster, Hanover, Franklin-Fulton, York and Lebanon regions Video by John Buffone
See which players had the best performances in Week 5. Zach Miller - GameTimePA.com
Quarterback Sam Emig led Red Lion past South Western Friday, throwing for two touchdowns while rushing for 116 yards and three scores. Matt Allibone
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Dover football coach Wayne Snelbaker Jr. said his youthful squad found itself in an unusual position Friday evening against Kennard-Dale.
"It's funny," Snelbaker said. "The coaches were in the locker room laughing a little. I don't think they knew how to handle themselves (ahead in a game). It's all an experience for us."
Sophomore running back Derek Arevalo rushed for three first-quarter touchdowns as Dover scored a 54-14 homecoming game win against the Rams in a YAIAA Division II battle at Dover High School.
Dover (2-4, 1-2) held Kennard-Dale (0-6, 0-3) to 53 first-half yards in building a 35-0 lead at halftime.
The Eagles rolled up 316 yards rushing in the game with sophomores Arevalo and Brandon Lawyer teaming up for 172 of those.
Do -- Derek Arevalo 21 run (Zach Noll kick), 10:01
Do -- Arevalo 15 run (Noll kick), 1:35
Do -- Arevalo 20 run (kick failed), :32
Do -- Brady Bowman 26 pass from Alan Hansel (Arevalo run), 1:50
Do -- Andrew Hoffman 24 pass from Hansel (Noll kick), 1:31
Do -- Brandon Lawyer 59 run (kick failed), 11:27
KD -- Dalton Stike 5 run (Timothy Comes kick), :51
Do -- William Tomes 42 run (Noll kick), 10:42
Do -- Devin Winkleman 61 run (Noll kick), 7:49
KD -- Michael Lizzi 12 run (Comes kick), 3:16
Rushing — Kennard-Dale, Wyatt McCleary 20-88, Dalton Stike 15-17, Michael Lizzi 2-11, Joshua Vipperman 2-8, Guy Shrewsbury 1-3, Jacob Rose 2-1, Noah Hulslander 1-(-4), Wesley Forrester 1-(-5). Dover, Brandon Lawyer 9-124, Devin Winkleman 1-61, Derek Arevalo 7-48, William Tomes 4-33, Josh Pettigrew 2-32, Dawson Jesmer 2-15, Alan Hansel 1-2, Nathan Calaman 1-1.
Passing — Kennard-Dale, Hulslander 3-7, 46 yards, 0 TD, 1 Int., Stike 3-6, 16 yards, 0 TD, 1 Int. Dover, Hansel, 3-10, 54 yards, 2 TD, 0 Int.
Receiving — Kennard-Dale, McCleary 4-58, Vipperman 1-5, Lizzi 1-(-1). Dover, Brady Bowman 1-26, Andrew Hoffman 1-24, Arevalo 1-4.