On Friday, GameTimePA.com spent a day with Palmyra's Devan Sosnoski, who hosted our Week 9 Snapchat Takeover. Video by Lizi Arbogast, GameTimePA.com
Two running backs, two quarterbacks and a wide receiver highlight this week's top performers in YAIAA football. Matt Allibone
Central York coach Josh Oswalt talks about the Panthers' 31-27 victory over Dallastown. Chris Dunn, GameTimePA
James Buchanan football coach Andy Stoner discusses the possibility of the Rockets leaving their Mid Penn Conference schedule. Video by Lindsey Smith
Quarterback Chase Dull threw for 216 yards and Quinton Nace caught seven passes for 147 as Bermudian Springs beat Littlestown, 35-28, on Friday. Matt Allibone
Central York beat Dallastown, 31-27, on Friday, Oct. 28, 2016. Varsha Kalakuntla, for GameTimePA.com
Red Lion secured the YAIAA Division I championship with Friday's 42-7 win against Spring Grove. George Marinos, for GameTimePA.com
This week's L-L Football Preview Show, as Matt Catrillo and Pat Huggins break down Trinity at Palmyra, A-C at Pequea Valley, and Cedar Crest at Elizabethtown Matt Catrillo/GameTimePA.com
Don't forget to follow @gametimepa.com on Snapchat to spend a day with Palmyra's Devan Sosnoski on our Week 9 Takeover. Video by Lizi Arbogast, GameTimePA.com
There are six district games and one district championship in and around Franklin and Fulton counties this week. Video by Lizi Arbogast, GameTimePA.com
Sports reporter Lizi Arbogast breaks down the most interesting matchups of the week, as well as discusses the weekly Franklin County game-changers. Video by Lizi Arbogast, GameTimePA.com
The regional Athletes of the Week include players from Lebanon, Dallastown and McConnellsburg. Video by Ed Gotwals, GameTimePA.com
Check out the top performances from around the league.
- Watch: The complete Devan Sosnoski Snapchat Takeover
- Watch: YAIAA football top performers in Week 9
- Watch: Central York football defeats Dallastown
- Watch: Reaction to James Buchanan football news
- Watch: Bermudian passing attack shines in win
- Watch: Central York football pushes past Dallastown
- Watch: Red Lion rolls past Spring Grove
- WATCH: L-L Football Preview Show: Week 9
- Watch: Palmyra's Devan Sosnoski to take over GameTimePA.com
- Watch: P.O. Sports Talk, Playoff Madness
- Watch: Two-Minute Drill, Week 9
- Watch: GameTimePA.com Athletes of the Week | Oct. 17-22
- Watch: Top YAIAA performers in Week 8
You could feel the excitement from a mile away after the Susquehannock Warriors’ 51-0 shutout victory over the Kennard-Dale Rams on Friday night.
Players swayed as one while the marching band played the school’s alma mater. It was bitter sweet for a group of Warriors though – the seniors, who just played their final game in front of the home crowd.
“We play for our brothers around us,” quarterback Chase Summers said. “The win was a great way to cap off our home portion of the season (and career).”
Susquehannock won every facet of the game – offense, defense and special teams.
Jack Allred and Ben Trego put the Warriors up 14-0 within the first nine minutes of action as both backs scored a rushing touchdown.
The team’s next score was an important one, as it was executed to a tee.
Kennard-Dale’s Noah Hulslander called for a screen pass on third down. The play was blown up right away, which resulted in a tip by Susquehannock’s Alec Kramer. Allred snatched the ball out of the air and took it 47 yards to the house.
“We prepared for that play all week long,” Allred said. “We just executed.”
Trego added two more touchdowns for the Warriors – a 29-yard leaping catch in the back of the end zone from Summers and a 41-yard punt return late in the game.
“I was waiting for that (a punt return) all year long,” Trego said. “My teammates set up some good blocks. They did all the work.”
Susquehannock head coach Steve Wiles understands the dedication and loyalty his seniors gave to the program.
“I’m ecstatic for our seniors because of the way they’ve handled this season,” Wiles said. “We’ve been in so many close football games but just fell short.”
The Warriors finish their season on the road against Dover.
“I talked to the underclassmen before this game and after next week, it’s their turn to carry the program,” Wiles said.
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Susquehannock – Jack Allred 1 yard run (Adam Hedgeland kick), 6:15
Susquehannock – Ben Trego 23 run (Adam Hedgeland kick), 3:42
Susquehannock – Jack Allred 47 yard interception return (Adam Hedgeland kick), 2:50
Susquehannock – Ben Trego 29 yard pass from Chase Summers (Adam Hedgeland kick), :23
Susquehannock – Kyle Orndorff 8 yard run (Adam Hedgeland kick), 9:15
Susquehannock – Adam Hedgeland 36 yard FG, 5:38
Susquehannock – Ben Trego 41 yard punt return (Adam Hedgeland kick), 3:05
Susquehannock – Brent Hofler 8 yard run, 8:35
Rushing: KD, Wyatt McCleary 15-29, Shawn Ellis 7-12, Nicholas Fritz 4-13, Dalton Stike 4-0, Michael Lizzi 2-6, David Hill 2-2. SUS, Jack Allred 14-97, Ben Trego 4-33, Hunter Holtzapple 3-23, Brent Hofler 2-28, Gavin Zoeltsch 2-22, Kyle Orndorff 3-19, Alec Kramer 2-14, Daron Brown 1-3, Chase Summers 1-(-9)
Passing: KD, Noah Hulslander 3-9-17-2, Wyatt McCleary 1-1-9-0. SUS, Summers 6-12-146-0
Receiving: KD, S. Ellis 1-11, Wyatt Cairns 1-9, N. Fritz 2-6. SUS, Ethan Schammel 2-70, B. Trego 3-66, Chris Norris 1-10