Football Area Roundup

October 21, 2007


Trojans win first

NEWVILLE, Pa. - Just like 2006, Chambersburg's first victory of the 2007 season came over Big Spring as the Trojans romped to a 38-7 victory on Saturday.

Doug Kilpatrick carried 25 times for 206 yards and three touchdowns, including scoring runs of 52 and 27 yards in the third period when the Trojans opened up a 24-0 lead.

Erik Jacobs kicked a 24-yard field goal in the second period, Conroy Smith scored on a 16-yard run and Joey Wilmot ran 27 yards for a score as Chambersburg (1-7) piled up 309 rushing yards.


Big Spring (0-8) has lost 30 straight games.

Steel-High 66, James Buchanan 16

STEELTON, Pa. - Jeremiah Young was a bit too much for James Buchanan as the Rockets were decked by Steel-High in a Mid-Penn Capital Division contest.

After taking a 3-0 lead on Kace Worrell's 29-yard field goal two minutes into the game, James Buchanan (1-7, 0-5) bore witness to Young's antics.

Young gave Steel-High (5-3, 2-3) a 7-3 lead with a 1-yard run, then scored three times in the second period. He added a TD pass reception and an interception return for a score in the third period and finished with 206 yards rushing.

Stephen Sellers and Jesse Smartt each had a 1-yard touchdown run for James Buchanan in the fourth period. Tyson Keith gained 105 yards on the ground for the Rockets.

MSD 48, Clear Spring 0

CLEAR SPRING - Maryland School for the Deaf won its 25th straight game by rolling over Clear Spring.

The Blazers (0-7) lost their 13th straight game.

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