Each week during the 2021 season we’ll offer some news, notes, tidbits and opinions from each of the five divisions in the Mid-Penn Conference. Shippensburg leaving little doubt Three straight weeks Shippensburg has taken on would-be contenders in the Colonial and knocked them down with relative ease. First it was Waynesboro. Who thought they were […]
East Pennsboro came up with its only turnover, a pick in the end zone to avoid going down three touchdowns, and the game changed in a flash. The fourth quarter belonged to the Panthers’ offensive line and backs Sy Burgos and Devin Shepherd. They simply took over in the come-from-behind 27-19 win where East Pennsboro scored the final 20 points.
Time to hand out some grades.
East Pennsboro put together a furious comeback at home against Greencastle-Antrim, scoring 20 unanswered fourth-quarter points, to come from behind and clip the Blue Devils 27-19 in a stellar Mid-Penn Colonial Division offering Friday night.
Optimism is high for a Greencastle-Antrim program trying to return to its winning normalcy of the early 2000s, when it logged 11 straight non-losing seasons from 2005-15. Getting back to those glory days, however, will be much easier said than done.