SOUTH MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP, Cumberland County, Pa. -- In the Mid-Penn Capital, Palmyra and Middletown appear to be on a collision course. The Blue Raiders took care of their business and beat Milton Hershey Thursday night. The Cougars traveled to Boiling Springs on Friday night.
Palmyra went up early in this one. They lead 33-0 in the first half and got another crack at scoring after an interception by Seth Robertson.
In the third quarter, with Palyra up 33-0, the Cougars run a pitch play for Caleb Hawkins who takes it in from 25-yards out for a touchdown. The point after try is goo, putting Palmyra ahead, 40-0.
On Boiling Springs' next possession, Mike Wagner turns a 4th and 11 play from the Palyra 22-yard line into a touchdown. It was the only score on the night for the Bubblers.
The Cougars tack on one more for the 47-7 win.
Boiling Springs: 7