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Indians win "Shoe" game

October 28, 2014
The Luminary

Muncy 64, Montgomery 6

With less than eight minutes into the game Dakota Nixon ran 34 yards up the right side of the field for the second touchdown of the night as the Indians claimed the "Old Shoe" for the 10th year in a row defeating the Red Raiders, 64-6.

By the end of the first half Nixon rushed for 126 yards on 11 carries scoring four touchdowns, and reached 1,000 yards on the season and posted his eighth-straight game with a 100-yards.

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Muncy football players and cheerleaders surround the 'Old Shoe Trophy' following their 64-6 win over the Red Raiders.

In the air wide receiver Maurice Brown also performed as he hit a milestone of his own with three catches putting his total career receptions over 100. Brown also grabbed a fumble just two minutes into the second quarter and took it 57 yards for a touchdown.

Even though the Red Raiders lost, Zach Shadle had something to celebrate as he reached 1,000 yards rushing on the season, and is the first player to do so since Eric Segraves in 2002. Shadle finished the game with 60 yards on seven carries while teammate, Keith Habersham rushed for 47 on 10 carries.


RUSHING- Montgomery: Zach Shadle 7-60; Keith Habersham 10-47; Ray Stidfole 1-(-2); Keanu Sauers 1-(-5); Sergi Cole 4-(-11). Muncy: Dakota Nixon 11-126, 4 TD; Scott Appleman 8-72; Hunter Gardner 3-36, TD; Junior Ramos 5-21, TD; Peyton Hulyo 5-17; Maurice Brown 1-6; Jeff Fry 1-(-7).

PASSING- Montgomery: Sergi Cole 1-10-1, 13 yards; Jacob Thomas 0-1-1. Muncy: Jeff Fry 4-6-0, 27 yards. RECEIVING: Montgomery: Keith Habersham 1-22. Muncy: Maurice Brown 3-23; Preston Bitler 1-4, TD. INTERCEPTIONS - Muncy: Zach Zellers; Tyler Wagner. RECORDS - Montgomery 2-7; Muncy 4-5

Warriors defeat Spartans

Montoursville 38, Hughesville 3

Hughesville's Trent Woolcock made a 39-yard field goal to make it 10-3 late in the second quarter, but the Warriors scored on three straight second-half possessions in their 38-3 win over the Spartans.

The Warriors shut down Hughesville's running game and forced four turnovers, three coming in the second half. Montoursville allowed minus-13 yards on Hughesville's first 10 second-half plays while intercepting two passes.

Hughesville still has a chance to make the playoffs since Towanda (5-4) and Wyalusing (5-4) both lost and play each other this week. The Spartans will qualify for the first time since 2010 if they win at Muncy on Friday night.

Nick Yeager finished with 159 yards on four kickoff returns while defensive back Trey Smith made nine tackles, had a sack and forced a fumble.


RUSHING-Montoursville, Keith Batkowski 28-131, TD; Josh Dinges 4-35; Wyatt Entz 7-28, TD; Kyle Lynch 2-9; Brycen Mussina 3-7; Nolan Ott 1-(-5). Hughesville, Logan Henry 10-21; Nick Yeager 9-20; Landon Henry 1-0; Melvin Derhammer 2-0; Clint Snyder 1-(-3); Team 1-(-11).

PASSING-Montoursville, Mussina 16-27-0, 3 TDs, 200 yards. Hughesville, Lo. Henry 11-22-2, 131 yards; La. Henry 0-3-0.

RECEIVING: Montoursville, Wyatt Entz 6-56; Curtis Miller 4-86, TD; Andy Biber 3-38, TD; Keith Batkowski 2-11, TD; Chris Scanlon 1-9. Hughesville, Sean Poust 4-57; Jon Warg 3-43; Snyder 2-22; Derhammer 1-13; Yeager 1-(-5).

Zach Shadle reached 1,000 yards rushing, and is the first player to do so since Eric Segraves in 2002.



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