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Milton Hershey’s Ray Smith-Chant (77) reaches for the loose ball after teammates Thomas Walker (22) and Ryan Wright (88) sacked Littlestown quarterback Matt Zuber. Photo: Geno Simonetti. 095p2.jpg
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Ron Hunter (2) heads for the end zone to score one of his two touchdowns for Milton Hershey on Nov. 13. Photo: Geno Simonetti. 095p1.jpg
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Hershey’s Austin Warfel pulls down one of his two touchdowns in the Trojans’ District 3-AAA Playoff win Nov. 13. Photo: Nathan Merkel. 092p3.jpg
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Hershey head coach Mark Painter is three wins away from his first district football title. Photo: Nathan Merkel. 092p2.jpg
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Hershey’s Chris Bennett converts an extra point out of Luke Drayer’s hold, and he later split the uprights from 24 yards out for a field goal in the Trojans’ three-point win. Photo: Nathan Merkel. 092p1.jpg
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Lower Dauphin sophomore goalie Sammy Zeiders kept Penn Manor off the scoreboard with five saves. Photo: Geno Simonetti. 090p4.jpg
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Hershey’s Elizabeth Hanks turned in a stellar performance at the always-tough left wing position in the Trojans’ first-ever win over Emmaus on Nov. 14. Photo: Geno Simonetti. 090p3.jpg
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Emma Dahmus shows Penn Manor’s Jill Witmer (10) how it’s done as she scores the overtime goal past Comet goalie Carenna Neely to give Lower Dauphin a 1-0 win Nov. 14. Photo: Geno Simonetti. 090p2.jpg

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