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Singleton leads Governor Mifflin past York High, 55-6

Written by: on Sunday, August 29th, 2021. Follow Bruce Badgley on Twitter.


YORK – When you are one of the top college recruits in the country, the eyes are always on you.  When you are one of the top teams in your state, the attention on your team is greatly magnified.   Governor Mifflin came into this season with both.  The Mustangs returned a core group that has Mifflin ranked #2  in 5A.  Mustangs Running Back Nick Singleton is ranked the #1 Running Back in the country and headed to Penn State.  Pretty lofty expectations for any team and player.  On Saturday night in York, neither Governor Mifflin nor Nick Singleton was disappointed.  Nick Singleton just got better each time he touched the ball. Governor Mifflin (1-0) had a dominating effort on both sides of the ball.  The combination of the two equaled a 55-6 win over a very good York High (0-1) team Saturday night.

Singleton finished with 281 yards and five touchdowns on 18 carries.  Nick was almost unstoppable in the third quarter. Here are his post-game comments.


Governor Mifflin Head Coach Jeff Lang had high praise for his squad after the win.

The teams traded turnovers in the first quarter.  Then Mifflin mounted one of its patented pounding ball control drives.  Nick Singleton put in the end zone and the Mustangs were off and running up 7-0.


The Mifflin defense played well all night.  This nifty pick-six by Ayden Martin made it 14-0 Mifflin late in quarter one.

Mifflin just kept pounding the rock.  The Mustangs went up 21-0 in quarter two.

Late in the first half, Mifflin gave Singleton another shot at the end zone.  He did not disappoint. Mifflin led 28-0 at the break.

York High received the second half kick and moved right down the field.  We had a ball game at 28-6.

Next possession for Mifflin. You guessed it, a Nick Singleton score to keep the Mustangs in control of this one 35-6.

Mifflin and Singleton just kept pounding away in the third quarter.

Singleton capped this stellar effort with a 70-yard sprint to make it 49-6 in quarter three.

The Mustang reserves pushed one across in quarter four to make it a 55-6 final.

Governor Mifflin next faces its cross-town rival Wilson WL.  York tries to get on track by facing down JP McCaskey.



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