Friday night’s Lancaster-Lebanon League football roundup …
November 5, 2017 - garden totes
Below is a discerning peek around a Lancaster-Lebanon League, that motionless all 3 Section titles Friday night.
Manheim Twp. 62, Penn Manor 14: The Blue Streaks rapped adult a Section title, definition someone other than Wilson snatched a hardware for a initial time given 2007. That one belonged to Manheim Twp., too. On Friday, a Streaks (9-1, 7-0) were emphatic, and officious lethal, opposite a Comets (3-4, 3-7).
QB Luke Emge threw for 140 yards and dual touchdowns and RB Grayson Sallade totaled 169 rushing yards and dual scores on only 11 carries. Xavier Roman chipped in a pick-6 and 70-yard TD locate for MT.
Wilson 52, Conestoga Valley 21: The Bulldogs (7-3, 6-1) erupted for 3 touchdowns late in a opening entertain and bumped a District 3 Class 6A resume. Andrew Weller’s blocked punt lapse started a swell for a Bulldogs, who owned a 28-7 lead and saw RB Iggy Reynoso explain nonetheless another milestone. Reynoso set a Berks County record for career rushing touchdowns (65) after his 177-yard, three-TD bid opposite Conestoga Valley.
Hempfield 59, Lebanon 48: Hempfield’s top-target Stephen Wenzel incited in 118 receiving yards and 4 touchdowns as a Black Knights hold off QB Zakee Sailsman and a unruly Cedars.
Sailsman upheld for a jaw-dropping 523 yards, with a bulk of those yards trustworthy to Jeremiah Beckley (11 catches, 263 yards) and Luis Aquino-Rios (15-203). It wasn’t adequate as Mark Himmelsbach went 10-for-10 on a night and sum for 381 sum yards, including 260 on a ground.
Manheim Central 70, Garden Spot 14: Stop if you’ve listened this before: Manheim Central (10-0, 7-0) snared a Section 2 title. During a descent assault Friday, WR Jake Novak set a module symbol for career yards (2,124) after hauling in 6 passes for 134 yards and dual scores. Qb Evan Simon finished 14 of 17 attempts for 258 yards and 4 touchdowns. Garret Fittery and Tyler Simon also held TD passes. The Section pretension was No. 24 for a Barons. Cameron Roth’s 117 rushing yards paced Garden Spot (2-8, 1-6).
Cedar Crest 49, Lampeter-Strasburg 27: Kendell Shand posted 5 touchdown runs and Falcons’ QB Logan Horn chipped in a handful of large plays. Shand was Cedar Crest’s “big player” all night, rushing for 243 yards on only 8 attempts. Two of his TD runs stretched 78 and 80 yards.
Cocalico 63, Solanco 28: There’s only something about Denver. The Eagles punched in touchdowns on 6 true security during one indicate as Noah Palm accounted for 144 rushing yards and 5 sum scores.
Elizabethtown 70, Ephrata 7: Cayden Livingston carried 14 times for 154 yards and 3 touchdowns as a Bears cruised in their deteriorate finale. Elizabethtown QB Cole Patrick was 11 of 19 for 183 yards.
Northern Lebanon 21, Lancaster Catholic 14: The Vikings claimed their eighth uninterrupted win in thespian fashion. And Northern Lebanon stole some additional time from LC manager Bruce Harbach, timid after a extravagantly successful coaching career.
First, a game.
Northern Lebanon (9-1, 6-0) won a Section 3 pretension after Michigan Daub’s forced fail and contingent TD hide to cut down a 14-all conflict in a final minutes. Earlier, Daub connected with Christian Trader for a 24-yard score. Stevie Herb’s 90-yard kickoff lapse to open a second half had a Vikings adult 14-0.
Malkam Lawrence paced a Crusaders with 121 rushing yards on 21 totes.