Daniel Boone, Lebanon, Hempfield notables: 3 LL League soccer facts for August 30 | high school football

From the first day of heat acclimatization practice on August 8, until the last Lancaster-Lebanon League soccer team is still standing later this fall, we’ll bring you three daily LL League field facts to Keep you informed. about what’s going on in the league

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Continuing to look ahead, Week 2 action is just around the corner. A friendly reminder that there are a couple of games on Thursday: Elco at Annville-Cleona in a Lebanon County backyard, and Lancaster Catholic will visit Delone Catholic.

1. Some bad news for Daniel Boone, as he is deja vu all over again for the Blazers. Colleague Mike Drago is reporting that DB has lost QB dean rotter to a shoulder injury, which he sustained during the Blazers’ 35-0 Week 1 setback against rival Exeter in the Pig Iron Bowl. Ironically, Rotter came in for the injured star quarterback carter spyer in Week 1 last year, and led DB all the way to the D3 playoffs. He now suffered an injury in Week 1 against the Eagles. Per the report, Rotter is expected to miss Friday’s Week 2 tilt at Conestoga Valley, which is also coming off a Week 1, 27-13 setback at the hands of Penn Manor. Keep an eye on DB QB Chase Domenech; he came off the bench and completed a pass after Rotter went down. Two years in a row, two QB injuries in Week 1 for DB. Last season ended with a playoff trip. Can the Blazers bounce back and do it again? They’ll get a Buckskins team that allowed 379 yards, including 304 rushes on the ground, against Penn Manor. Meanwhile, CV’s new Pistol O sizzled a bit, with only 126 yards against the Comets. So both teams will be looking to pick up the pieces, soon, one of them down the road with a backup QB.

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for your information: A tough 13-15 overall in the Week 1 prediction department. I’ll try to do better in Week 2.

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two. A tough defensive task on Friday for Lebanon, who will head to New Holland to tangle with Garden Spot, who racked up 544 yards in a 31-6 Week 1 victory over Conrad Weiser. The Cedars’ top priority: keeping the Spartans’ QB kye harting secret. He lit up the Scouts secondary, clicking 14 of 25 passes for 346 yards, 24.7 yards per completion, with three TD and WR throws. Zac Nagle he caught seven of those passes for 207 yards (an eye-popping 29.6 yards per rush) with a pair of touchdown receptions. Good news for Lebanon: The Cedars limited Palmyra to just 43 passing yards in Week 1, and the Lebanon defender intercepted a pass and recovered a fumble. The Cougars won 14-6, but the Cedars’ defense held on, allowing 206 yards in total. Here are six names to know: derrick flange, Bass Munir, Alexander Orosco, Julian Selmon, Robert Spivey-Nickerson Y stoner zahir will be in charge of the secondary for Lebanon. They need to keep an eye on Nagle and the Spartans’ fun group of wide receivers, while also getting some help up front so Harting doesn’t pick open targets all night. Lebanon at Garden Spot at Sparty Nation. Circle it.

Meet Garden Spot’s menacing tackler, Spartans senior two-way lineman Tyler Hurst


3. Speaking of tough defensive matchups… Hempfield will be very busy Friday when York arrives in Landisville. Bearcats introduce Ace RB jahiem white, which is headed to West Virginia next year. It’s hard to tackle and it’s fast approaching a school record; after his 118-yard rushing day in Week 1, White is just 180 rushing yards shy of the program mark. York dropped a heartbreaker on Saturday; Playing in Chambersburg in the Peach Bowl Showcase, the Bearcats lost a heartbreaking 28-24 decision to the power of WPIAL in Woodland Hills. York had fourth and goal at 1 with 15 seconds to go, but Woody Hills stuffed White and won. york field marshal sam stoner — a slick left-hander — he passed for 222 yards and a TD, and added a TD goalie for the Bearcats, who will face a Hempfield team coming off a 30-13 win at Dallastown. The Black Knights’ D blocked the Wildcats, holding them to just 54 rushing yards. That could bode well heading into Friday’s matchup with White. We thought Hempfield would post one of the best defensive units in the LL League; We’ll see how stingy that group is when York calls.

Lots of motivation for Hempfield’s Aidan Shorter ahead of his senior football season

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