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AH County Scholastic Football Teams Play On Foreign Reids This Saturday; Inter-Division Ploy In Blue Followers of the county scholastic football teams will swell pleased with the be forced to travel Saturday to watch their favorites, all of his Berrnudian squad six of the schools being-scheduled for action on foreign!its opening game with the fields, 'dogs. "Our attitude is 100 per- Gcttysburg takes on Susquenita at Cove at 130 p.m. lucent better than last one of the inter-division games of the Blue Mountain Con-'said, farence. j The Eagles held scrimmages In other inter-division games, all starting at 1:30. Big-j with Dover, '-losing" lerville will be at Camp Hill, Littlestown at Scotland, New!touchdown margin, Oxford at Northern. Bermudian opens its season with a by a smilar margin night game at Big Spring, starting at 8 o'clock. m Imnin «' °»« mistakes m. Ironing out mistakes Delon* travels to West Pferry where the kickoff is set which cropped up in those]Wednesday more consistency. Scotland, under new c o a c h Ken Katusin, will be making its: 1976 debut with this game. for 2 p.m. GETTYSBURG AT SUSQUENTTA Gettysburg's visit to Susque- aita Saturday provides one of the more interesting matchups of the still infant 1976 season- interesting because it pits the defending Blue Mountain Champion Champion Warriors against a Black- hawks squad chosen by some a* the North Division's strongest. strongest. Both are coming off impressive impressive and relatively easy* opening opening wins. Gettysburg, with -Mike Nett throwing two touchdown ]of Colonial Coach Don workouts have formed the bulk -;of recent practices. ! Heineman plans to use Greg Meyers and Ken Geiger, a of senior letterman. at quarterback. quarterback. Perry Aitland. another The Cadets have an even do: do: senior vet. will be the tailback, zen Lettermen from last year's'while Randy Anderson, a outfit and have high hopes onjnior. or Brad Paull, senior, improving on the 1-9 mark last will start at fullback. Big Spring opened its season auspiciously last week with a 26-20 win "over York Central. Toby Breon and Alike Ftoken- season. NEW OXFORD AT NORTHERN Efforts to cut down on costly;»inder turned in brillant mistakes were the main focus!cam-ing performances o cor« : ""* of passes, showcased a big-play of- fenae in its 25-0 throttling of Lower Dauphin last Friday night at Hersfaey. Meanwhile, Suaqoenita exhibited a strong running game while polishing off West Perry JM. Warrior Head Coach Steve De- Rigp sees the upcoming struggle struggle a» a classic size versus speed tiff, featuring the Warrior speed, against .-the Hawk bulk. "They are a lot bigger than we an across the line," said De- Biggs, alluding to t h e Black- hawks two huge linemen, Jeff practices this week in prepara- uon for the Saturday tilt with! men , w are listed as starters on eitner offeflse or defensc the Northern Polar Bears. ^, .!, ^r j .New Orford suffered a defeat to Halifax last Saturday] in its opener. The Colonials JOELONE AT WEST PERRY moved the ball effectively onj Despite recording its first the g r o u n d against Halifax. I***"* 8 jTM* "** bytb ]^ g .Hanover 13-0 last week, the Deur Deur i on« ^A in . - , rushtng for nearly 200 yards in- ^ ^ sub _ eluding 1/4 by Senior Chick | H lidun - ^ Zinn. But three costly fumbles ;J "" " * * s t a l l e d New Oxford scoring drives, and the Colonial secondary secondary was burned by three long! « runmng 2t touchdown passes. Sand* («3. 235), and Mark We! j '-Northern is always don (6-1, 255). tough." Arigo said of .Gettysburg will be without services of Senior lineback- Johnny Gastley was 'pleased with his team's pass ;1 defense and cited Mike Sieg. linebacker, for his outstanding verv · the rebuilding Polar Bears. «to re-|--- " -- - ff»«n Anlv f/wtr efronArv *^s\m i j ^" only four starters fromi er Bernie Johnson for Ihe next {their 9-1 club of a year ago. two or three weeks, the result)The Bears lost to East Penns- plays. Russ Greenholt. end, and

Clipped from The Gettysburg Times09 Sep 1976, ThuPage 21

The Gettysburg Times (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania)09 Sep 1976, ThuPage 21
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