County play has begin in earnest for Carroll’s fall high school sports teams. Each golf and volleyball team has a few county matches in the books already, and last week most of Carroll’s field hockey and soccer teams faced their first Carroll foes of the fall. Football got its county openers in last Friday. With more intra-county clashes on tap this week, let’s take a look at some of the important matchups around the area.
McDaniel lost one of its main offensive cogs early in Saturday’s game against Gettysburg, yet found itself leading by two touchdowns in the fourth quarter. Until the Bullets found a surge and tied things up with less than three minutes to go. Each team managed a possession down the stretch, but were content to let overtime decide this one. That’s when the Green Terror made one big play on offense — and four good ones on defense — to escape with a 27-20 victory at Kenneth R. Gill Stadium.
There are many reasons why McDaniel’s offense has enjoyed success so far this fall. Take a closer look, and five big reasons stand out to coach Mike Dailey. It’s the Green Terror’s offensive line, a quintet of large individuals responsible for keeping quarterback Will Koester upright, and creating space for running backs Matt Cathey and Perry Stefanelli to roam.
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