Making the Grade: Steel-High vs. Trinity

By Andy Shay:

4th Down Magazine

It was a tale of two halves Friday night when Trinity welcomed Steel-High to COBO Field for a Capital Division contest. The Shamrocks dominated the first half and led 21-7 at the break.

 

Steel-High rallies to top Trinity, 28-27

Andrew Shay:

4th Down Magazine

Steel-High was not a very happy football team after getting cuffed around by Trinity in the first half of the Mid-Penn Capital showdown at COBO Field Friday night.

The Rollers trailed the Shamrocks by 14 points at intermission and they started to do some finger pointing at each other.

 

Saturday morning QB: Dupri Andrews, Rashaan Carlton Jr. and Chase Diehl notch huge nights; Lower Dauphin gaining momentum & more

By Andy Shay:

4th Down Magazine

Plenty of big games this week to choose from in the Mid-Penn Conference, and most of them lived up to the billing.

Steel-High came up with another strong effort to hold off Capital Division foe East Pennsboro by limiting the Panthers to a single touchdown.

 

5 Games to Watch in the Mid-Penn Conference

By 4th Down Staff:

4th Down Magazine

As Mid-Penn football teams dive into division play, and Tri-Valley League programs continue their run, here’s a closer look at some of the top games to watch in Week 4.

 

Flowers for the family

BY Geoff Morrow
4th Down Magazine

STEELTON -- There's a nod between mother and son. No words needed.
An interpreter might suggest it means "It's go time."

 

4th Down Player of the Week: Jarvai Flowers

By Andy Shay:

Each week we take a look at individual performances that helped the team against an opponent that provided a stern or respectable test to arrive at the 4th Down Player of the Week.

 

NFL DT Jordan Hill offers guidance, encouragement to area linemen

By Jon Riddinger

Steel-High native and NFL defensive tackle Jordan Hill worked with about three-dozen current and former linemen from local high schools Saturday at Roscoe Warner Field. The fourth-year NFL player aimed to give back to the community he grew up in with three days of informal workouts.

 

Jordan Hill returns home to host workouts with area linemen

By Jon Riddinger

Steel-High native and NFL defensive tackle Jordan Hill worked with about three-dozen current and former linemen from local high schools Saturday at Roscoe Warner Field. The fourth-year NFL player aimed to give back to the community he grew up in with three days of informal workouts.

 

Steel-High coaches Andrew Erby and Shawn Evans discuss benefits of Jordan Hill visit

 

District 3 A Playoff Preview Week 2

By Andy Shay

After a week off to heal and rest, the best four Class A teams in District 3 are itching to get back on the field in search of two more victories and the gold medals that are awarded to the team that accomplishes its mission.