he first time that two coaches with 400+ wins meet in a playoff game, James Franklin playing catch with the water boys, Henry Hynoski on the sideline - all out-shined by the Tigers performance giving the Bucks their first loss of the season 56-19.
They said it couldn't be done but the underdog Tigers took it personal and blew away the South Philly All-Star team from start to finish 45-12.
The Tornadoes lead early but the Tigers pull away in the 2nd half to take their 25th District Championship in 27 years 49-14.
A complete game by the Tigers in every aspect ends the Blue Jays season 59-14.
The Panthers keep it close for a quarter or so but the Tigers pull well away in the end, defeating North Penn 63-26.
The Tigers get a great tune-up for the playoffs and finish their sixth consecutive undefeated season by defeating the Seals 49-28.
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CANTON — One of the most important qualities in offense is trust.
WESTFIELD – With perfect football weather to start the season, Wellsboro seemed to be at mid-season form with their 49-6 victory over Cowanesque Valley. Karter Witmer and Silas Wagaman led the Hornets through the air while Aidan Hauser led on the ground. HW² accounted for all of Wellsboro's scores.
MIFFLINBURG — With a healthy Jase Wright in the backfield and the Wing-T offense being reinstalled at Hughesville under first-year coach Adam Gehr, the Spartans were understandably optimistic heading into their season opener at Mifflinburg, which was believed to be Hughesville's first regular season trip into the Western part of Union County since 1991.
His career started with an award and, now Gary Raupers caps his career with another award.
It's starting to become an annual thing.