D11Sports.com Football Wrap – 09/13/19
Indians Cruise Past the Colts
It was a 40-6 home win Friday night for the Lehighton Indians football team over the Marian Catholic Colts. After suffering a 26-0 shutout loss against Central Columbia last Friday, the Indians were hungry for a win.
The first score of the game came on a pass from quarterback Lucas Sangiuliano to tight end Ben Schatz for a 17-yard touchdown to put the Indians up 6-0, after the extra point attempt was no good. With 6:21 left in the first quarter, Schatz hit freshman wide receiver Ian Rarick increasing the Indians lead to 12-0 after a failed two-point conversion. The Colts scored their first and only touchdown of the game at the end of the first quarter, cutting the Indians lead to 12-6…….Read more
Red White and Blue Eagles: Nazareth Upsets Freedom
Nazareth proves wrong any last doubts in their win at Bethlehem Area School District Stadium on Friday night against the number one ranked Freedom Patriots. Led by Anthony Harris, the Blue Eagles scored five total touchdowns and showed Lehigh Valley football fans that they are the real deal.
They continue to show a dangerous mix between passing and rushing as Harris threw for two touchdowns, one to Tyler O’Hagan and the other to Nate Stefanik. On the 24 yard dart to Stefanik, Harris broke Nazareth’s all-time passing touchdown record. The elusive QB threw 19-22 and had a total of 235 passing yards. When Nazareth kept the ball on the ground, they racked up three rushing touchdowns from three different rushers (Joe Capobianco, Logan Grom and Anthony Harris)….Read more
Hornets shut out Pleasant Valley
Pleasant Valley made the hour long drive to EPSD Stadium to take on Emmaus in week four. Emmaus came into this game fresh off of a win against Whitehall last week. Emmaus came in at 2-1. The Bears came in at 0-3 looking for their first win of 2019.
Emmaus won the toss and wanted the ball. Jake Moyer led the Hornets out in his second career varsity start. He was impressive again, completing short passes to Sanders and Bertsch. Brandon Camire continued his incredible start to the season as he finished the opening drive off with a 23 yard TD.
Pleasant Valley now trailing brought out their offense which sometimes causes problems because of their formation. It’s an unorthodox formation, not many teams use it. Pleasant Valley used it and got good results but it wasn’t good enough, they went three and out…..Read more
Slater football battles the Spartans
It was a beautiful night under the Friday night lights at Bangor Park Memorial Stadium. The Bangor Slaters challenged the Southern Lehigh Spartans while our future athletes, marching band members and cheerleaders watched in the stands and on the field during Bangor’s youth night. The first quarter started with a touchdown for the Spartans from the one-yard line. With the clock at 6:09, the Spartans had a successful extra point bringing the score to 7-0. Another Spartan touchdown and EP minutes later brought the score to 14-0. Despite the struggle on the Slater defensive line, the Spartans ran a 73-yard touchdown to start the second quarter….Read more
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