Keep an eye on the score for this one: both Delone Catholic and Bermudian Springs put up some lofty point totals in their previous games, so things might heat up even more when they play one another this week. Delone Catholic had all the answers against Biglerville last week, winning 49 - 27. Meanwhile, Bermudian Springs crushed York County Tech last week, winning 54 - 7.
Delone Catholic got an early lead and maintained it, starting each quarter with an advantage. Senior Ryan Hart was especially active in the win, finding the end zone an impressive three times. The victory bumped Delone Catholic's record up to 5-1.
As for Bermudian Springs, it had things more or less wrapped up by halftime last week having put itself ahead 41 - 0. No one had a larger role in the success than senior Ryan Curfman, who brought his A game into the contest. He ran for 136 yards and also punched in two touchdowns. Senior Darren Beall was in the mix too, providing Bermudian Springs with two touchdowns. Beall has also now scored at least one touchdown in the past four consecutive games. The win -- the team's 3rd in a row -- brings Bermudian Springs's record to 5-1.
With both Bermudian Springs and Delone Catholic swaggering in after impressive performances, we'll find out on Friday which team will step up to teach the other some humility.
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