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Indians stay undefeated

By Staff | Sep 19, 2018

RUTH FRY/The Luminary Above, Muncy’s defense in action with the Mounties including a tackle, (bottom center), by Bailey Hadzinikolov #25. Shown also are “64 Donovan Diehl, #73 Dakota Hauesen, and #66 Mason Hillman.

Muncy 32, South Wmspt. 24

Muncy opened the game with a 12-play touchdown drive that Coleman Good (128 yards, 2 touchdowns) capped by throwing Dylan Wilt a 10-yard touchdown. South scored the next two touchdowns before Kolby Moyer jumped and caught a Good pass at the 42-yard line and completing the 67-yard play that gave Muncy a 14-12 lead. Moyer intercepted two fourth-quarter passes, Coleman Good accounted for three touchdowns, Mike Kustanbauter ran for two second-half touchdowns, and Muncy again rallied back in the fourth quarter on their home field, edging South Williamsport, 32-24, keeping their perfect record, 4-0. Kustanbauter ran for 64 yards and made a game-high 14 tackles. Good totaled 206 yards in the win. The Indians ran 31 second-half plays and two of its three scoring drives both lasted more than six minutes. Linemen James Yordy, Mason Hillman, Coty Steele, Donovan Diehl, Josiah Meza and Dakota Haueisen played hard-nose football and never let up. Diehl had 10 tackles, and Cael Hembury recorded a big sack.

Red Raiders win at home

Montgomery 25, Sayre 12

Montgomery kept their lead the whole game and never looked back getting the win 26-12 win over Sayre on Homecoming night. Hunter Budgman finished the night with 331 yards and three touchdowns in the win.

Rhyle Strausbaugh had 123 yards rushing and added a touchdown before the end of the third quarter to extend Montgomery’s lead to 20-6. The defense hung tight keeping Sayre from scoring on several drives.

Spartans stopped by Central Columbia

C. Columbia 49, Hughesville 24

Hughesville put together a 13-play, 72-yard drive, that included five first downs and 12 rushes from running backs Colton Yocum, Jase Wright and Carter Marquardt, to take an early 7-0 lead but Central took control after that scoring 49 points as they defeated the Spartans, 49-24. The Blue Jays scored on a rushing touchdown, a passing touchdown, an interception return, and a punt return. Hughesville was able to force Central Columbia to punt and turn the ball over on downs several times but opportunities were missed by the young team and key players out due to injuries.