2010 District 4 Regular Season Final Standings.
CANTON - "The shoe stays home! The shoe stays home!" was the chant that could be heard all around Miller Moyer field yesterday, as the Canton Warriors defeated the Troy Trojans 42-32, and retained the "Old Shoe" trophy for the fifth straight year.
It was a cold night at the 2010 annual Rusty Rail game as light snow could be spotted on and off. The weather could have possible contributed to the high amount of turnovers in the game. No matter the temperature the Wildcat's came out hot and started the game off with a bang.
WYALUSING - For 24 minutes, the 2010 edition of the Bronze Helmet game had all the makings of a classic. Towanda and Wyalusing traded punches like a couple of prize fighters and went into the locker room deadlocked at 14. But the halftime adjustments made by coach Craig Dawsey and his staff shut down the Rams powerful running game, and the Black Knight offense dominated on its way to a 42-22 win.
BLOSSBURG - Muncy dug in for its first attempt at converting a fourth down.
WESTFIELD - Both Cowanesque Valley and Troy held to their season norm, duplicating what they have done many times this season. The Trojans scored often and quickly in the first half while the Indians never say die and scored late in Troy's 41-12 victory.
SELINSGROVE - Robbie Gaines has to scan the sideline after a touchdown and find out who has his kicking shoe that he needs to change into in a hurry. Sometimes he spots the person holding his shoe quickly. Sometimes he only vaguely sees the shoe flying at him from the sideline.
SAYRE - The Redskins received the opening kickoff, but were in a giving mood the remainder of the night, gift wrapping three interceptions and three fumbles to the tune of 41 first half Ram points, and Wyalusing was able to coast home with a 47-0 win last night in the Lockhart Street Bowl.
HUGHESVILLE - Just a little past the halfway mark through the second quarter, Ethan Showers took the handoff and ran to the left for a 10 yard gain on third-and-7.
ATHENS - A game winning field goal by the Warriors as team ran out gave Montoursville a 16-13 win over the Wildcats in a back and forth game Friday.
CANTON - The Towanda Black Knights remained undefeated for the season, spoiling Canton's homecoming with a 42-13 win at Miller Moyer field on Saturday. Quarterback Cody Miller continued his spectacular season by rushing for 157 yards and three touchdowns, while also leading his team through the air with 173 yards passing and two touchdowns.
Players from various past teams gave long-time Montoursville coach Jim Bergen a proper send-off Friday at Memorial Stadium, warmly greeting their former mentor moments after he coached his final game at Memorial Stadium.
It was the area game that each and every fan wrote off as a blowout.
MUNCY - When Rijad Sabanovic lined up at wide receiver, he looked up and saw South Williamsport had him matched up with a cornerback in man-on-man coverage.
Despite having a third quarter lead, Mifflinburg went on to score 34 second half points to beat the Wildcats 41-19.