Friday Night Sports Connection 10/17/2014 Part 2: Kent Island vs. Fort Hill, Berkeley Springs vs. Clear Spring, Keyser vs. Jefferson, Hedgesville vs. Martinsburg, Hampshire vs. Spring Millls, Morgantown vs. Musselman
Shippensburg University Head Coach, Mark Maciejewski, talks about how the Red Raiders were able to end a three-game losing streak, and the team's mindset heading into a big road match-up against 10th-ranked West Chester.
Urbana's Ray Gray ran for 363 yards, a new Frederick County record, and 3 touchdowns while Tuscarora's Spencer Mott threw for 389 yards, a new school record, and 2 touchdowns in Urbana's 25-19 over Tuscarora on Friday night.
The Baltimore Orioles are just four wins away from winning the pennant as they get set to open this year's American League Championship Series with the Kansas City Royals. WHAG's Dorian Craft gives a live report right from Camden Yards.
The Shepherd Rams have outscored their opponents 192-27 on the way to their current 4-0 record, and Head Coach Monte Cater discusses what it will take to move to 5-0, taking on Charleston this Saturday.
Former Jefferson Cougar, Dewey McDonald, was activated by the Indianapolis Colts this afternoon. McDonald graduated from Jefferson in 2009 and played his college football at Cal-U in Pa. He had signed with Indy as an undrafted free agent in May, and was initially signed to the practice squad in September.
Martinsburg's Trey Boyd carried the Bulldogs' offense to a come from behind 30-26 win at Morgantown. Boyd scored on runs of 7, 52 and 11 yards, the last being the game winner with 1:56 to complete the comeback.