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
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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
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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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York Suburban running backs Jadon Haynes and Teague Hoffman found many ways to light up the stat sheet Friday night.
The tandem accounted for all five of the Trojans' touchdowns, and added an interception apiece for good measure, as York Suburban rolled over West York at home, 38-7, to move to the top of the YAIAA Division II standings.
The Trojans (5-2, 3-0) shook off a scoreless first quarter and scored three short touchdown runs to take a 21-7 halftime lead. Haynes ran it in from 7 yards out to start the scoring. The touchdown came after quarterback Ben Igo converted a third down on a 26-yard throw to Janner Torres to begin the quarter.
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Following the first of six West York turnovers, Haynes carried it in from a yard out for the 14-0 lead. His touchdown was set up after Hoffman executed a halfback pass to perfection, finding Colin Deardorff for the 53-yard pickup into the red zone.
West York (1-6, 1-2) moved within a touchdown on Corey Wise's 48-yard touchdown pass down the right sideline to Joe King. But Wise gave up four interceptions in the second half to keep the Bulldogs off the scoreboard after that.
Suburban's ball-control offense took over. Hoffman capped off a 12-play drive (11 of them rushes) with his 4-yard run to make it 21-7.
Overall, the Trojans ran the ball more times (50) than West York had rushing yards (43). Haynes led with 103 yards on 20 carries. He also caught the only pass on Hoffman's first scoring drive, a 24-yarder on second-and-23 that set up the Trojans with a first-and-goal.
Hoffman and Haynes each added an interception during a fourth quarter in which West York ran only five plays.
Suburban takes on a 2-5 Dover squad next Friday, while West York celebrates homecoming against Susquehannock, also 2-5.
YS -- Jadon Haynes 7 run (Zach Weinstein kick), 11:41
YS -- Haynes 1 run (Weinstein kick), 7:04
WY -- Joe King 48 pass from Corey Wise (Evan Keim kick), 4:12
YS -- Teague Hoffman 4 run (Weinstein kick), :20
YS -- Hoffman 1 run (Weinstein kick), 9:42
YS -- Haynes 2 run (Weinstein kick), 6:38
YS -- FG 21 Weinstein, 1:23
Rushing — WY, Ay'juan Marshall 7-28, Cadence Thomas 7-11, Anton D. Johnson II 2-5, Jamal Anderson 1-3, Corey Wise 2-(-4). YS, Jadon Haynes 20-103, Janner Torres 8-50, Teague Hoffman 13-40, Savion Harrison 2-8, Ben Igo 3-3, Peter Gronki 2-0, Maxwell Reinecker 2-(-4).
Passing — WY, Wise 2-13-4-53, Johnson II 3-8-22. YS, Igo 11-20-1-88, Hoffman 1-1-53.
Receiving — WY, Joe King 4-70, Andrew Lamanna, 1-5. YS, Colin Deardorff 3-60, Torres 3-43, Haynes 2-26, Hoffman 3-16, Willie Batty, 1-(-4).