HARRISBURG, Dauphin County, Pa. -- There was a Mid-Penn Keystone showdown Friday night as Bishop McDevitt hosted Cedar Cliff in Harrisburg. The game was also the division opener for Cedar Cliff.
Both teams had quite a bit of success on offense throughout the game.
In the first quarter, with Bishop McDevitt leading by seven, quarterback Chase Diehl managed to find the way into the endzone himself. Diehl extended McDevitt's lead 14-0 on a 34-yard touchdown run.
In the second quarter, Bishop McDevitt had a 21-0 lead before Cedar Cliff put numbers on the scoreboard. Colts Chris Dare connected with Bobby Whelan who took it across the goal line to cut into McDevitt's lead.
Later in the second quarter, Whelan caught a second touchdown pass from Diehl, decreasing McDevitt's once commanding lead.
That wouldn't be all of the scoring however, as the teams put up a whopping 93 points between the two. Cedar Cliff came away with the huge road win, 50-43.
Cedar Cliff: 50
Bishop McDevitt: 43