May 19, 2024 3:24 am
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Week 7 Central Pennsylvania High School Football Roundup


Harrisburg’s own Bishop McDevitt cracked the top 100 in the MaxPreps national rankings after a resounding 42-7 victory over Hershey on Friday. The team was led by strong quarterback play from junior play-caller Stone Saunders, a Kentucky commit. Saunders was nearly perfect on the night, going 13-16 for 253 yards and five touchdowns. Senior Chase Regan, a James Madison commit, was on the receiving end for three of those, racking up 148 yards in the process. The team will look to move to 8-0 on the season as they head to Lewisberry for a matchup with 2-5 Red Land High School on Friday the 13th. 

Elsewhere around the region, several top 25 Pennsylvania teams were also in action. 3rd ranked Manheim beat Cedar Crest 42-0, 12th ranked Harrisburg defeated Central Dauphin East 34-27, 19th ranked State College beat Carlisle 55-20, and 20th ranked Southern Columbia Area won handily, 54-13 over Central Columbia.

Biden campaign launches Health Care Provider events throughout commonwealth

Local doctors, nurses, midwives, and other health care providers are expected to emphasize what’s at stake for health care in the 2024 election at events this week in Pittsburgh, Lancaster, Scranton, and Erie. State Rep. Izzy Smith-Wade-El (D-Lancaster) is one of the featured speakers for the Lancaster event on Wednesday.