64.4 F
Harrisburg
Tuesday, May 21, 2024
spot_img

Andy Shay’s Elite 11 after Week No. 8

11. Hempfield6-28
The Blue Streaks have the real teeth of their schedule in the rear view mirror and are taking care of business during this less stressful portion of the schedule. Points equal confidence for an offense MT has posted 40-plus three games in a row.
10. Manheim Township6-211
The Blue Streaks have the real teeth of their schedule in the rear view mirror and are taking care of business during this less stressful portion of the schedule. Points equal confidence for an offense MT has posted 40-plus three games in a row.
9. Lampeter-Strasburg7-110
It will be interesting to see how the regular season finale with Wyomissing plays out for both squads, but the Pioneers will have a say in the outcome of the District 3 Class 4A playoffs. Tough defense in early November means something.
8.Central York7-19
The lowest point total for the Panthers this season is 30. Think about that for a second, especially against a beefed up non-league schedule.
7. Cumberland Valley6-25
No other way to put losing to an up-and-down Carlisle team is a bad loss. Losing your do-everything quarterback in the second quarter is a valid reason to struggle. Isaac Sines drives this team on every front imaginable.
6. Wyomissing8-07
Spartans just make winning look so easy and we all know it’s not easy. Single best opponent awaits in Week 10, meanwhile the Spartans cracked 40-plus again and surrendered 62 points in eight games.

5. Solanco8-06
Let off the gas after scoring 35 in the first half against one-win Daniel Boone. With what this team has been through to stay unbeaten, a breather second half was probably welcome.
4. Harrisburg5-22
Stymied by the defense of undefeated State College. Cougars managed only 219 yards and eight first downs in posting six points on the scoreboard. A step backwards for sure. Their response will be important.
3. Manheim Central8-04
This machine is humming, there is no other way to put it. All systems are running at maximum capacity and the opposition has almost no say in the outcome. The schedule had some potential but the Barons just trucked every obstacle.
2. Exeter Township8-03
Time for the meat of the schedule, right. How about taking Hempfield about behind the woodshed and putting the game out of reach by halftime. When the bright lights go on, this Eagles squad knows what to do.
1. Bishop McDevitt6-11
Seems like there might possibly (maybe, hopefully) be a little more resistance the last couple of games from Mifflin County and Lower Dauphin. Crusaders are in NO jeopardy of losing. I’m talking about no mercy rule by halftime. One can wish, right?

Related Articles

[td_block_social_counter style="style8 td-social-boxed td-social-font-icons" tdc_css="eyJhbGwiOnsibWFyZ2luLWJvdHRvbSI6IjM4IiwiZGlzcGxheSI6IiJ9LCJwb3J0cmFpdCI6eyJtYXJnaW4tYm90dG9tIjoiMzAiLCJkaXNwbGF5IjoiIn0sInBvcnRyYWl0X21heF93aWR0aCI6MTAxOCwicG9ydHJhaXRfbWluX3dpZHRoIjo3Njh9" custom_title="Stay Connected" block_template_id="td_block_template_8" f_header_font_family="712" f_header_font_transform="uppercase" f_header_font_weight="500" f_header_font_size="17" border_color="#dd3333" facebook="4thdownmag" twitter="4thdownmag"]
- Advertisement -spot_img

Latest Articles