October 23, 2006

Prospects play under the lights

The Manheim Township Blue Streaks have made a habit of second half comebacks this year and they did it again Friday night against Lancaster County rival J.P. McCaskey (4-4). Manheim Twp. trailed 13-0 at the half. Pitt commit Pat Bostick was only 1-7 in the first half. For the third time this year the Blue Streaks trailed at the half but went on to win. Manheim Two eventually won 24-13. Quarterback Pat Bostick completed 13 of 25 passes for 124 yards on the night. Bostick has thrown for 6,675 career yards and now ranks No. 7 on the all-time Pennsylvania passers list but could move up a few notches next week when the Blue Streaks travel to another Lancaster County rival Penn Manor (5-3) on Friday night. Penn Manor features Pitt commit Jordan Gibbs. The Manheim Twp Blue Streaks are now 7-1 overall and 5-0 in league played. They are tied for first place with Wilson who is also 7-1, 5-0.

Clarion traveled over 3 hours to play Southern Columbia but it took the Lions very little time to finish off the Bobcats. Southern Columbia scored on their first five possessions and then held on for a 35-0 win. Pitt commit Henry Hynoski rushed for 98 yards and 3 touchdowns. Southern Columbia is trying to win its fifth consecutive Class A state championship. The Lions are now 8-0. They will host rival Central Columbia (2-6) Friday night under the lights.

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