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South's Bragalone sets County rushing, TD records

November 2, 2013

Even before this season began, South Williamsport head coach Chris Eiswerth, knew that Dominick Bragalone was a special playe....

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Observer

Nov-02-13 9:25 PM

It should be an embarrassment to the coaching staff that one of their players has the ability to break two county records and then feels the need to put on a show for the fans with unsportsmanlike conduct. (which they smiled about) From what I remember of South football 15+ years ago, their players won with class which was displayed on and off the field by the whole team. Plus, once the starters were pulled, the 2nd and 3rd string teams got their chance. This article just emphasizes how a winning program (with class) has taken a nosedive. What a shame.

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Mounties

Nov-02-13 10:32 PM

Why is it an embarrassment that the young junior wanted to celebrate he broke the county rushing and touchdown records. He is a VERY TALENTED athlete and will go far in his career. Just because he spiked the ball over the goal post after scoring, makes it embarrassing. How about congratulating the young athlete instead of running your mouth. It's no different then any other player doing it in any other level, to include the NFL where they are professionals. So what if they were up by 30 points. That has nothing to do with him dunking the ball over the goal post.. So now all I have to say is CONGRATULATIONS DOMINICK BRAGALONE III for breaking the Lycoming County Rushing and Touchdown records in a single season!! You will go far in your football career!! Don't worry about what anyone says! You do your thing and keep on truckin!!!

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ArtFold

Nov-03-13 9:51 PM

Way to go, Dom!

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strausie08

Nov-04-13 7:23 AM

Congratulation to Bragalone. You hold 2 amazing records.

"....Eiswerth had a change of heart and stuck his starters back in the game with 5 minutes left in the forth quarter, despite the fact that he was holding onto a 62-32 lead."...Stay classy Eiswerth.

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Observer

Nov-04-13 4:13 PM

Congratulations to Bragalone! His accomplishments as an underclassman are without a doubt remarkable. My previous comment was directed toward the coaching staff and their ethics when it comes to making their players the best athletes that they can possibly be, which should include good sportsmanship and self-discipline. Ahead by 30 points, two county records already reached, and playing a team, that according to the news articles, has been through the lowest of times. Montgomery is struggling to keep their heads high while always being the underdog. I just don't get it. My point was South football isn't what it used to be.

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