Shikellamy coach Todd Tilford watched Loyalsock quarterback Kyle Datres on film against Mount Carmel from a week earlier and gained a clear understanding how dangerous the sophomore quarterback was with his feet.
Dallas decided on its first drive it wasn't going to sit around and wait for something good to happen.
If first impressions count for anything on the football field, Bloomsburg made a great one against Montgomery.
JERSEY SHORE - When Jersey Shore hosted Mifflinburg in its Heartland-I football contest Friday night, it was a battle between two teams looking for their first win of the 2012 season.
TROY - For the Athens Wildcats Friday night's game against Troy meant a lot more than just taking the driver's seat in the NTL large-school race.
TOWANDA - Homecoming for the Black Knights was picture perfect; their first win of the season combined with the great sportsmanship from both teams gave all who were there an unforgettable experience.
HUGHESVILLE - Heading into this week's non-conference game at 0-4 Hughesville and coming off two straight wins after a 0-2 start to the season, North Penn had an opportunity to further get back on track and in the race for a postseason berth.
When a team scores more than 40 points most people usually think that the team had a powerful passing attack. For Southern Columbia on Friday night, most of the damage came on the ground, as the Tigers ran their way past South Williamsport, 42-21, in South Williamsport.
WYALUSING - The visiting Trojans were too much for the Rams to bear, as they outscored the home team 44-12 to walk off the field with a still undefeated 4-0 record. Wyalusing's efforts just weren't enough, as Troy took advantage of their weaknesses early in the game.
BLOSSBURG - It was a big night for North Penn coach Tom Dickinson.
WESTFIELD - The Athens Wildcats rolled into Westfield to face the Cowanesque Valley Indians and rolled out with a 54-19 victory. Both teams into the ball game with 2-1 records, but the Wildcats proved, obviously, to be the better team.
MONTGOMERY - Senior Adam Wampole threw for two TDs and ran for another to lead Sayre to a 41-7 win over Montgomery Friday night in NTL Small School division football action.
CANTON - In the first two games of the season, the North Penn Panthers were a passing team, rarely getting much going on the ground.
ATHENS - The game started earlier and ended late due to an hour-long rain/lightning delay, but Athens persevered for a 30-10 win over Towanda. One would think that the game would get sloppy after the rains started, but things slopped up early - even before things got wet. Athens fumbled five time in the first quarter and lost three of them. They finished with 11 fumbles, losing six.
SAYRE - Nothing could slow down the Troy Trojans on Friday night, not even the thunder and lightning that delayed the game in the second half.