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Football Fever 2021

Montoursville Warriors

Montoursville football has never focused on who it has lost. It just focuses on who it has. So often, that has been plenty and Montoursville has built one of District 4’s best traditions. That is why Montoursville remains unfazed after one of the program’s most decorated senior classes ...

Loyalsock Lancers

Adversity hit Loyalsock hard last season. Several injuries and COVID-19 issues kept some excellent players off the field as the year continued. And yet Loyalsock turned that negative into a positive. Several young players were thrust into starting roles before coaches expected. They learned ...

Jersey Shore Bulldogs

Jersey Shore has achieved nearly everything over the last eight seasons, capturing five district championships, four league titles and reaching last year’s Class AAAA state final. There is just one box left to check off. The Bulldogs nearly reached the state’s summit last year and are ...

South Williamsport Mounties

South Williamsport shut down before it played a game last year. When the Mounties did hit the field, injuries piled up. But South could not be broken. The Mounties never buckled and a young team made massive strides in a short time while building on the program’s stellar tradition. South ...

Hughesville Spartans

Howard Rainey likes the talent his players have shown him since he became the team’s coach last winter. He likes the confidence they are displaying even more. Hughesville has struggled since last reaching the posteason in 2016, winning just six games the previous four seasons. Reversing ...

Central Mountain Wildcats

Central Mountain broke through last season. For the first time since 2009, the Wildcats did not endure a losing campaign as coach Jim Renninger closed his tenure on a high note. Now Renninger is handing the baton to former Bellefonte coach Shanon Manning who will try helping Central ...