If Line Mountain can generate a consistent offensive effort, the Eagles’ defensive unit might be stingy enough to win games with that phase — particularly since nine returning starters are available. A talented defensive outfit flush with well-tested and youthful veterans will make certain of that.
By Michael Bullock: Newport hoping to play one more game Piling up nearly 500 offensive yards in a 49-36 conquest of Halifax — its second victory and second straight impressive outing for its attack — Newport is hoping to conclude its campaign by turning back Perry County rival West Perry Saturday night in Elliottsburg. The […]
By 4th Down Staff: There weren’t a ton of 200-yard rushers a week ago, but that changed this week. And one of those fine gentlemen to break the mark was this week’s fan-voted Player of the Week, Garret Laudenslager. The Line Mountain running back clipped off 244 yards in just 15 tries, a downright destructive […]