Lancaster Catholic defensive lineman Peyton Snopek deflected a pass vs Pequea Valley, watched the ball bounce off an opposing player’s helmet and hauled in the interception on Friday night. The Crusaders shut out Pequea Valley, 45-0 on homecoming. Video by John Buffone.
Quarterback Bryan Downey scored six touchdowns and the Crusaders shut out Pequea Valley, 45-0 on homecoming and what should prove to be the final game ever at Rossmere Stadium on Friday, October 14, 2016. Video by John Buffone.
Central York recovered from a 14-0 deficit to score 35 of the game's final 42 points in a victory against Spring Grove Friday, Oct. 14, 2016. Jim Seip, GameTimePA.com
Bermudian Springs coach Jon DeFoe discusses his team's performance in a 28-7 home win over Delone on Friday. Matt Allibone
The Susquehannock Warriors defeated the Eastern York Golden Knights in week 7 of the YAIAA football season. Christian Arnold
Wildcats running back Zion Devance discusses the team's victory.
While the Spartans have had trouble keeping their composure in 2016, their Week 7 victory over Fairfield showed a new mentality. Ryan T Provencher
Spring Grove's Owen Jacobs hosted the Week 7 GameTimePA.com Snapchat Takeover, and here's how he spent his Friday before a game against Central York. Video by Lizi Arbogast, GameTimePA.com
Littlestown quarterback Wes Storey rushed for 129 yards and two scores in Littlestown's 49-0 win over Hanover, Oct. 14, 2016. George Marinos, for GameTimePA.com
The GameTimePA crew is back to break down some of the most interesting football matchups in District 3 for Week 7. Video by John Buffone.
Lizi Arbogast and Lindsey Smith break down the Week 7 Game of the Week, West Perry at James Buchanan. Video by Lindsey Smith
John Buffone and Matt Catrillo break down three L-L football matchups for Week 7. Video by John Buffone.
Find out which games you need to watch. Sean Heisey, York Daily Record
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
Two mobile quarterbacks and several powerful running backs highlighted the best YAIAA football performances in Week 6. Jessica Sprenkle, 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
Despite a rough second quarter, Shippensburg rebounded to take down Mifflin County 35-30 to remain undefeated. Video by Lindsey Smith
The Barons put on a strong performance and defeated E-Town, 33-10 on Friday, October 7, 2016. Courtesy of LLLeagueSportsVideos.com
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- Watch: Central York recovers, defeats Spring Grove
- Watch: Bermudian wins with defense, big plays
- Watch: Susquehannock defeats Eastern York
- Watch: Dallastown runs past South Western
- Watch: York Tech executes team win over Fairfield
- Watch: Owen Jacobs' GameTimePA.com Takeover Story
- Watch: Littlestown QB discusses 49-0 win
- GameTimePA-TV: Week 7
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- WATCH: Freshman Noah Palm makes one-handed INT
- WATCH: Highlights, Shippensburg 35, Mifflin County 30
- Manheim Central muscles past E-Town
Red Lion used a relentless ground attack on Friday in rolling up a 63-14 homecoming win against YAIAA Division I opponent New Oxford on Friday night at Horn Field.
"It was a good win," said Red Lion coach Jesse Shay. "But now we have a big game (at Central York) to get ready for next week."
The Lions scored on their first three possessions and added a 48-yard punt return to race out to a four-touchdown lead after the first quarter.
Red Lion (7-0, 4-0) kept up the momentum by scoring on its opening two possessions of the second quarter and got a 35-yard interception return by Patrick Daugherty to forge a 49-0 by the half.
New Oxford (0-7, 0-4) managed two third-quarter touchdowns behind an 80-yard pass and a 14-yard pass by sophomore quarterback Connor Becker.
Four Red Lion ball carriers (Zach Throne, Sam Emig, Dylan Gurreri and Tyler Ness) ran for more than 60 yards apiece, and seven players scored touchdowns for the Lions.
RL -- Dylan Gurreri 18 pass from Sam Emig (Emig kick), 9:44
RL -- Patrick Daugherty 21 run (Emig kick), 6:01
RL -- Zach Throne 33 run (kick failed), 2:47
RL -- Denny Dennison 48 punt return (Emig run), 1:03
RL -- Gurreri 8 run (Emig kick), 8:38
RL -- Emig 69 run (Emig kick), 6:57
RL -- Daugherty 35 interception return (Emig kick), 4:47
NOx -- Darrick Rudisill 14 pass from Connor Becker (Wyatt Taughinbaugh kick), 3:48
RL -- Zach Throne 89 run (Bryson Smith kick), 2:01
NOx -- Tanner Miller 80 pass from Becker (Miller kick), 1:03
RL -- Tyler Ness 1 run (Smith kick), 5:51
Rushing — New Oxford, Connor Becker 6-67, Tanner Miller 10-24, Brennan Romanoff 3-5, Isaac Siegman 2-(-2), Brock Crawford 1-(-4), Brandon Scott 9-(-5). Red Lion, Zach Throne 3-122, Sam Emig 2-96, Dylan Gurreri 8-90, Tyler Ness 8-63, Patrick Daugherty 2-26, Paul Jones 2-14, Justin Dillon 1-7, Zach Mentzer 3-3.
Passing — New Oxford, Tanner Miller 3-10, 42 yds., 0 TD, 1 Int., Connor Becker 4-9, 120 yds., 2 TD, 0 Int. Red Lion, Sam Emig 3-3, 26 yds., 1 TD, 0 Int.
Receiving — New Oxford, Tanner Miller 1-80, Darrick Rudisill 4-56, Brandon Scott 1-14, Chase Neil 1-12. Red Lion, Dylan Gurreri 1-18, Taylor Uberti 1-4, Ben Frey 1-4.