The fourth week of football action at Mid-Penn features comebacks, thrillers, and even a 75-point masterclass.
Here are some of the best individual performances from Friday’s game list.
Cyncir Bowers, RB, Bishop McDevitt: Bowers may be No.2 on the depths chart for the Crusaders, but in a resounding win on Friday night he had plenty of runs, making eight carries for 107 yards and two touchdowns in a 75-7 win. on Palmyre.
Sy Burgos, RB, East Pennsboro: Burgos helped the Panthers secure a comeback victory over Greencastle-Antrim, carrying the ball 21 times for 210 yards and two touchdowns.
Audric Bryant, RB / KR, Middletown: Bryant opened his contest with a touchdown return, then scored three more times on the ground in a 42-7 win for the Blue Raiders over Newport.
Dion Bryant, RB, Milton Hershey: Bryant didn’t set up the typical crazy distance lines we’re used to seeing, but still netted 105 total rushing yards and three touchdowns in a 25-20 win over Hershey.
Mario Easterly, WR / DB, Bishop McDevitt: Easterly was Stone Saunders’ first target in a resounding 75-7 victory over Palmyra, recording five assists for 95 yards and three scores.
Ethan Eisenberg, QB, Big Spring: Eisenberg was perfect in a 60-20 win over Susquenita, completing his five passes for 186 yards and three touchdowns.
Mehki Flowers, WR / DB / KR, CD Est: The Penn State engagement had its best receiving game of the year in a 27-10 victory over Altoona, recording five assists for 150 yards and three scores, as well as a return with a kick. from 59 yards.
Finn Furmanek, QB, State College: Furmanek beat Chambersburg on Friday night, completing just 11 passes for 249 yards and two touchdowns, while rushing for 64 in a victory over the Trojans.
Alex Hepler, Haut Dauphin: Hepler carried the ball 13 times for 110 yards in a resounding victory over Camp Hill on Friday night.
JD Hunter, RB / KR, Cumberland Valley: Hunter interrupted the Eagles’ longest game of victory over Carlisle, taking a punt on his own 36 and darting and breaking tackles 64 yards from home to help close what would ultimately become a 27-24 margin. .
Terrence Jackson-Copney, QB, CD Est: The Panthers quarterback continued his ascent by replacing Tony Powell, throwing for 216 yards and three touchdowns in a win over Altoona.
Roman Jensen, QB, Terre Rouge: The Patriots couldn’t secure the victory over Cedar Cliff, but Jensen counted on each of his team’s three scores on the night, throwing two at Parker Lawler and running for a third.
Jacob Kauffman, RB, Lower Dauphin: Kauffman paved the way for the Falcons’ first straight wins since 2017, with a 233 yard rush and three touchdowns in a 21-3 win over Mifflin County.
Jack Laing, RB / KR, Boiling Springs: In a 39-34 loss, it looked like Laing had given the Bubblers some momentum in the third quarter, returning an 87-yard kick for a score with 4:25 left in the period to give Boiling Springs a lead in the game. ‘a point.
Louis Lindsay, QB, Waynesboro: Lindsay showed off her double-threat skills against West Perry on Friday by rushing for 73 yards and two scores and throwing in for 92 and another touchdown in a 29-6 win over the Mustangs.
Marcel McDaniels, RB, CD Est: McDaniels continues to quietly produce for the Panthers, as he ran for 187 yards in a 27-10 CD East win over Altoona.
Jontae Morris, RB, Cedar Cliff: Morris helped the Colts bounce back well from a loss to CD East, amassing 224 yards and three touchdowns in a 35-21 win over Red Land.
KC Robinson, DE, Cedar Cliff: Every run counts on Friday, and Robinson’s recovery touchdown against Red Land gave the Colts two points in the third quarter, a margin that would hold.
Tyler Rossi, RB, Trinity: Rossi and the Rocks rebounded well after losing to Upper Dauphin last week, as the running back scored four touchdowns in a 71-0 win over Halifax.
Stone Saunders, QB, Bishop McDevitt: Saunders continued to prove the hype was correct as the Crusaders’ QB, throwing for five touchdowns and 208 yards on Friday night.
Parker Sample, RB, Mechanicsburg: Sample paved the way for a Wildcat thriller victory over Boiling Springs, winning 22 carries for 245 yards and four touchdowns.
Logan Schmidt, RB / KR, Big Spring: Schmidt was a jack of all trades in a 60-20 win over Susquenita on Friday, rushing for three touchdowns, catching another and returning a kick for a score as well.
Malachi Scott, WR, Chambersburg: Scott was a big game machine at State College Friday night, turning three catches into 157 yards and two touchdowns in a loss to the Little Lions.
Ethan Stroup, RB, Altoona: Stroup was a silver lining in a 27-10 loss to CD East, rushing for 151 yards in the loss to the Panthers.
Kyle Williams, RB / WR, Harrisburg: The Cougars were battling ahead with just a few days to prepare for Governor Mifflin without their starting QB, but Williams had his biggest game in a 49-17 loss, missing a few defensemen on a 61-yard touchdown.
Marquese Williams, RB, Bishop McDevitt: Williams was one of a handful of Crusaders who had fun on offense in a 75-7 victory over Palmyra, running for 239 yards and three touchdowns on just nine rushes.
Mehki Flowers, WR, CD East – Flowers caught five passes for 150 yards and three touchdowns in a 27-10 win over Altoona.
Marcel McDaniels, RB, CD East – McDaniels ran for 187 yards and a touchdown in a 27-10 win over Altoona.
Terrence Jackson-Copney, QB, CD East –Jackson-Copney had 216 yards and three touchdowns in a 27-10 win over Altoona.
Ethan Stroup, RB, Altoona –Stroup ran for 151 yards and a touchdown in a 27-10 loss to CD East.