Henry Hynoski won four state championships as a player under Southern Columbia head coach Jim Roth. A dozen years later, Hynoski will return to Southern this week, as head coach of Shamokin Area. We caught up with "Hyno" and Roth as this reunion nears.
The Wyoming Area Warriors have already matched 50 percent of their win total from last year in the first two weeks of the 2018 season, and they've done it in style. With Dominic DeLuca providing a dual threat at quarterback, the Warriors are 2-0 and looking for more.
The return of dynamic running back Treyson Potts to the Williamsport Millionaires has our #2 team excited for what's to come in 2018. With an experienced quarterback and Potts back in the fold after missing last season with an injury, expect Williamsport to be among the state's elite teams this year.
One of the most accomplished programs in state history, the Berwick Bulldogs are hungry for another championship. Last year, Berwick came up just short of a district title, but with quarterback Andrew Force back under center, expect the Dawgs to contend once again in 2018.
Last season, the Valley View Cougars rallied to win a thrilling district championship game. Now as the defending champs, Valley View goes from the hunter to the hunted. That means coaches and players alike have a similar mindset going into 2018.
The Loyalsock Lancers are often among the elite teams of the Heartland Conference, and 2018 should be no exception. With one of the best quarterbacks in the area back under center, Robin Deehan tells us the Lancers should contend for a district title this season.
Consistently a force to be reckoned with in the coal region, Schuylkill Haven returns with another experienced roster in 2018. As the Hurricanes go for their third straight district title, Robin Deehan takes a look at what makes Haven so dangerous.
One of the most consistent teams of District IV, the Danville Ironmen are poised for another big season in 2018. Robin Deehan caught up with the Ironmen to discuss the upcoming year and how the team has improved from 2017.
The Hazleton Area Cougars have been steadily improving over the last few years, and now they could be poised for a breakout season in 2018. They're our #9 team on the preseason countdown for their offensive firepower returning to the roster.