Pair of Mid-Penn Conference players among Class 4A Pa. Football Writers' All-State Team selections

The Mid-Penn Conference claimed a pair of seats in the Class 4A Pa. Football Writers' All-State team.  East Pennsboro's Onasis Neely earned the honor along with Bishop McDevitt wide receiver Nazir Burnett.

 

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Onasis Neely rushes for career-high 320 yards in East Pennsboro's win over Trinity

By Geoff Morrow:

The Sentinel

ENOLA — East Pennsboro unleashed the slap-back attack Friday night.

Specifically, senior running back Onasis Neely rocked George Saxton Memorial Field with a series of runs that crushed Trinity's momentum and kept his Panthers in charge.

 

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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.

 

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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.

 

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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.

 

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Saturday morning QB: Trinity impresses; LD explodes on O; Northern pulls off an upset and more

By Andy Shay

4th Down Magazine

Nice to be back after a weekend traveling for business where I had to watch live Big Ten college football in the midwest. Seriously, that was part of my job last weekend and the reason your Week 3 Saturday Morning QB substitute was Jake Adams from The Sentinel.

 

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Tre Moody, Trinity roast Boiling Springs

By Geoff Morrow:

The Sentinel

LOWER ALLEN TWP. – This isn’t a fluke.
The Trinity Shamrocks football team has arrived.

 

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Mid-Penn Conference: Six pack of stories to watch

By Andy Shay:

4th Down Magazine

A weekly trip around the Mid-Penn Conference through my four eyes.

 

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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.

 

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Vote Now: 4th Down Magazine Player of the Week

By 4th Down staff:

Welcome to 4th Down Magazine's vote for the Week 3 Player of the Week.

 

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