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Palmyra @ Trinity
Friday, Oct. 19, at 7 p.m.
Garrett’s prediction: Palmyra wins 48-3
Klick-Lewis’ prediction: Palmyra wins 42-10
Though Palmyra sustained its first loss last week-end,
the Cougars have an easy back bounce game
this weekend in the doormat Shamrocks. The Cou-gars
will run all over the Shamrock defense that
has allowed over 40 points in each of six games so
far this season. The Cougars should have this game
in hand by halftime as the team prepares to finish
the season strong.
Camp Hill @ Milton Hershey
Friday, Oct. 19, at 7 p.m.
Garrett’s prediction: Milton Hershey wins 38-20
Klick-Lewis’ prediction: Milton Hershey wins 42-10
The Spartans got a huge win last weekend over
Palmyra to keep hopes of a Mid-Penn Capital ti-tle
alive. That hope will stay alive for at least one
more week as the Spartans should get by the Lions
with minimal trouble. Camp Hill has only one win
this season and has been blown out in all the other
games, losing by over 20 points in every loss. The
Spartans will cruise this weekend.
Elizabethtown @ Lampeter-Strasburg
Friday, Oct. 19, at 7 p.m.
Garrett’s prediction: Elizabethtown wins 40-28
Klick-Lewis’ prediction: Elizabethtown wins 35-21
The Bears are riding high on a three-game winning
streak coming into the last two weeks of the season. I
see the good times rolling this weekend as the Bears
will travel to face the Pioneers. The high flying of-fense
of the Bears should have no trouble with scor-ing,
as it has done all season, scoring over 40 points
in every win so far this season.
Lower Dauphin @ Hershey
Friday, Oct. 19, at 7 p.m.
Garrett’s prediction: Lower Dauphin wins 20-17
Klick-Lewis’ prediction: Hershey wins 24-20
While both of these teams have no playoff aspira-tions
this season, there will be no lack of intensity in
this rivalry game. To say these two schools dislike
each other is an understatement. Throw every statis-tic
from this season out the window, as this game is
about pride. It will be a tough and tight game with
field position being pivotal, but I think LD takes it.
Thank God football season is back! Every week, Klick-Lewis and myself,
Garrett the intern, will be going head to head picking the outcomes on
Sun Country’s gridiron. Let’s do it!
26 6
26 6
Palmyra @ Trinity
Friday, Oct. 19, at 7 p.m.
Garrett’s prediction: Palmyra wins 48-3
Klick-Lewis’ prediction: Palmyra wins 42-10
Though Palmyra sustained its first loss last week-end,
the Cougars have an easy back bounce game
this weekend in the doormat Shamrocks. The Cou-gars
will run all over the Shamrock defense that
has allowed over 40 points in each of six games so
far this season. The Cougars should have this game
in hand by halftime as the team prepares to finish
the season strong.
Camp Hill @ Milton Hershey
Friday, Oct. 19, at 7 p.m.
Garrett’s prediction: Milton Hershey wins 38-20
Klick-Lewis’ prediction: Milton Hershey wins 42-10
The Spartans got a huge win last weekend over
Palmyra to keep hopes of a Mid-Penn Capital ti-tle
alive. That hope will stay alive for at least one
more week as the Spartans should get by the Lions
with minimal trouble. Camp Hill has only one win
this season and has been blown out in all the other
games, losing by over 20 points in every loss. The
Spartans will cruise this weekend.
Elizabethtown @ Lampeter-Strasburg
Friday, Oct. 19, at 7 p.m.
Garrett’s prediction: Elizabethtown wins 40-28
Klick-Lewis’ prediction: Elizabethtown wins 35-21
The Bears are riding high on a three-game winning
streak coming into the last two weeks of the season. I
see the good times rolling this weekend as the Bears
will travel to face the Pioneers. The high flying of-fense
of the Bears should have no trouble with scor-ing,
as it has done all season, scoring over 40 points
in every win so far this season.
Lower Dauphin @ Hershey
Friday, Oct. 19, at 7 p.m.
Garrett’s prediction: Lower Dauphin wins 20-17
Klick-Lewis’ prediction: Hershey wins 24-20
While both of these teams have no playoff aspira-tions
this season, there will be no lack of intensity in
this rivalry game. To say these two schools dislike
each other is an understatement. Throw every statis-tic
from this season out the window, as this game is
about pride. It will be a tough and tight game with
field position being pivotal, but I think LD takes it.
Thank God football season is back! Every week, Klick-Lewis and myself,
Garrett the intern, will be going head to head picking the outcomes on
Sun Country’s gridiron. Let’s do it!
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