Sharon Stymies Warren; Cambridge Springs Ends Ike’s Regular-Season Win Streak

WARREN, Pa. – Sharon continued its torrid start to the season with a 60-0 win at Warren.

Rewatch the game:

The Tigers outgained the Dragons, 417-117, and scored 60 points despite having three touchdowns called back due to penalties. The defense was stifling again and forced four turnovers, three fumbles, and an interception.

Mister Ham bulled his way in from the 1 to get Sharon on the board just over two minutes into the game. Three minutes later, Harrison sprinted in from 36 yards out to extend the led. Labron Wilder’s 14-yard run gave the Tigers a 20-0 lead with 2:26 to play in the first quarter.

Harrison’s punt return opened the scoring in the second quarter. Six minutes passed before the Tigers were in the end zone again, thanks to an Ethan Engelman 25-yard run. Sharon scored twice more before the half on runs of five and three yards by Ham and Angelo Fromm.

Engelmore connected with Ra’Keem Hughes on a 33-yard touchdown strike in the third quarter, and Cassius Hosey closed out the scoring with a 40-yard run in the fourth.

Sam Harvey led the Dragons with 13 carries for 56 yards on the ground. Hector Cruz had 11 carries for 26 yards.

Eric Dippold was 2-8 passing for 51 yards and an interception. Johnny Corbett caught both passes.

Sharon racked up more than 300 rushing yards, yet no player had more than four carries in the game.

Cortez Nixon had three carries for 100 yards to lead the Tigers’ rushing attack.

Ham was 1-4 passing for 56 yards, while Engelmore was 2-3 for 45 yards. Bishop Root caught Ham’s completion.


CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS, Pa. – Cambridge Springs was dominant on both sides of the ball in a 48-0 win over Eisenhower, ending the Knights’ 13-game regular-season win streak.

The Blue Devils gained 300 yards on the ground while limiting the Knights to just 66 total yards. Cambridge Springs also had a pair of interception returns for touchdowns.

Brett Kania had 24 carries for 138 yards and three touchdowns.

The Knights had 39 rushing yards on 22 carries and completed just one pass which Kris Bunk caught for 27 yards.

See a full recap of all District 10 games here.