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Football Fever 2021

Walking tall

Four days after suffering a spinal cord injury which left him temporarily paralyzed, defensive end Avery Campbell wheeled himself into the Williamsport Hospital lobby. Once there, Williamsport assistant coach Kevin Brown presented Campbell the game ball after the Millionaires blanked Dallas, ...

Slowly back to normal

There were so many times where South Williamsport coach Chris Eiswerth had to take note of what group of players were weightlifting at what time. With the COVID-19 pandemic still going on last fall, the PIAA set guidelines about practices and weight training prior to season’s start in ...

Young and Ready

Many are not thinking about Christian Diggs’s coaching acumen as Montgomery approaches the 2021 season. Almost all are focusing upon one number: 23. Yes, Diggs is 23 years old. Yes, he has limited coaching experience. But age often is just a number and Diggs, his players and the ...

New Face in Town

Central Mountain running back Ryan Pentz terrorized opposing defenses last season, running for a team-high 845 yards. The senior back has the potential to eclipse that mark as new Wildcats coach Shannon Manning is bringing the spread offense to Central Mountain. Pentz will be one of many ...

Williamsport Millionaires

Throughout the 2000s, most associated Williamsport with explosive offenses. Defense? Not so much. There were times when the Millionaires resembled a fast-paced basketball team, scoring lots of points but also surrendering many. That image started changing two years ago when the Millionaires ...

Montgomery Red Raiders

Before he even watched his players perform, first-year coach Christian Diggs was impressed. What he witnessed seemed like something small, but powerful. And he knew that a strong foundation already was being laid down. During offseason workouts, players almost always beat Diggs and the ...