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  • Backup quarterback James Anderson and Mechanicsburg gave Cedar Cliff everything it could handle, nearly pulling off a Mid-Penn Keystone upset in a 31-24 loss Friday at home. Anderson was a solid 6-of-10 throwing for 152 yards and two touchdowns, connecting five times with Taylor Shearer for 115 stripes. But it was Colts’ workhorse back Jaheim Morris who once again stole the show, running for a career-high 303 yards on a career-best 43 touches. And he scored on runs of 2, 10 and 7 yards, adding a 13-yard TD reception as well. The Colts (6-2, 4-0) face Susquehanna Township (7-1, 4-0) next week in a game that likely decides the division.
  • Eli Somerville scored on two 7-yard runs, Dontey Rogan reached the end zone on a 24-yard run and 20-yarder, and Cumberland Valley dominated Altoona on the road 59-14. Nine different Eagles carried the ball at least twice, led by Rogan’s eight-carry, 76-yard night. Kellan Walker added a 92-yard kick return touchdown.
  • Anthony Gaudioso scored on a 2-yard run, but Big Spring could not withstand West Perry in a 35-7 road loss. Mustangs quarterback Kenyon Johnson scored on runs of 12 and 45 yards, took an interception 65 yards to the house, and ran for 220 yards. Nathan Fetchkan rushed for 63 yards on 15 carries to lead the Bulldogs, and Austin Walter caught a 77-yard pass.
  • After consecutive 200-yard games, Carlisle’s Tristyn Sulich was held in check by his standards during CD East’s 35-7 win. Sulich still gained 123 yards on 24 carries, but he didn’t score. And the Thundering Herd’s offense managed just 220 total yards of offense. Owen Hacker scored the game’s opening TD from a yard out, but East used a 93-yard kick return and Shawn Brown’s 92-yard dash to pull away in the third quarter.
  • Mehki Flowers scored on a 34-yard reception, 9-yard reception and 3-yard run as Steel-High pounced on East Pennsboro 58-28. Jared Gorman threw three Panthers TDs, all from 30-plus yards out and totaled 195 yards.
  • Adam Cramer threw a pair of first-half scores, but Red Land fell 35-14 to Susquehanna Township. Cramer hit Jaden Henline for a 33-yard strike and then Kaden Peifer for a 20-yarder. But the Indians’ Jacob Seigle scored four times to seal the game, finishing with 184 rushing yards. Cramer threw for 160 yards in the loss.
 
 
 
 
 
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