CAMP HILL, Cumberland County, Pa. -- At Camp Hill, the Lions hosted the West Perry Mustangs on Friday night.
On the Lions first possession, they reach in to their trick plays and quarterback Daniel Shuster took the snap, pitched it to Frank Shartle and Shartle threw a deep ball to Chase Gierasch who ended up inside the 5-yard line. The Lions capitalized on the very next play when Peter Chelap found the endzone and finished the job. After a successful two-point coversion, Camp Hill took an early 8-point lead.
Later in the first quarter, West Perry's Kenyon Johnson found daylight while pinned back at West Perry's two-yard line, and he broke free and scored on a 98-yard touchdown run. The long run put the Mustangs up 14-8 in the first quarter.
West Perry's special teams unit shined in the game as well, scoring on a kick return. Johnson found the endzone on a kick return to help the Mustangs come away with the big win.
Mustangs roll 56-16.
West Perry: 56
Camp Hill: 16