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Scores & More - 8/22/22 - 22-23 1st Edition

Scores and More has returned! Each day that we receive sports scores, results, and news we will post it here. We don't anticipate a second edition until the evening of Friday, August 26.



  • Clearfield @ Juniata - 7pm

  • Mifflin County vs Central Mountain - 7pm

  • West Perry vs Susquenita - 7pm

  • Newport vs Camp Hill - 7pm

  • Midd-West vs Mifflinburg - 7pm

  • Greater Johnstown vs Penn Cambria - 7pm

  • Bellefonte vs Selinsgrove - 7pm

  • Halifax vs Hamburg - 7pm

  • Littlestown vs Boiling Springs - 7pm

  • Upper Dauphin vs Williams Valley - 7pm

  • James Buchanan vs York County Tech - 7pm


The Middletown Area School District released a statement following the hazing incident that involved the school's football team. The statement reads:

""Dear Parent/Guardian:

"I'm writing to provide information and updates about the Middletown Area School District's investigation into a hazing incident with our football team which occurred on August 11, 2022. This incident is disturbing and upsetting, and we understand both the desire for more information and a call for action. At the same time, as we conduct an investigation, the District must follow state and federal laws, District policy, and maintain confidentiality and student privacy.

"The hazing incident took place when members of the high school football team were in the high school turf room for heat acclimation practice sessions. Cell phone video, taken by players, shows a group of students restraining two of their teammates and using a muscle therapy gun and another piece of athletic equipment to poke the buttock areas of the students who were on the ground. The video shows players fully clothed. It did not appear that any student's body was physically penetrated. The video is difficult to watch as this is a completely unacceptable, offensive, and highly inappropriate act.

"On August 12, the District received reports of a possible hazing incident during the football team’s practice the previous day. The High School Administration immediately opened an investigation, met with students, reviewed cell phone video of the incident, and contacted the Lower Swatara Township Police Department.

"As soon as the players involved in the hazing were identified on August 12, they were removed from the football team pending the outcome of the investigation and the completion of the student discipline process. Behavior such as that seen on the video simply will not be tolerated.

"On Monday, August 15, 2022, the head football coach offered his resignation. An interim football coach will lead the team through the rest of the season. The District considered multiple factors in deciding whether to continue with the football season, including the potential impact canceling the season would have on football players not involved in this incident as well as students involved in marching band and cheerleading.

"To be clear, Middletown Area School District will not tolerate hazing, is committed to investigating all reported incidents of hazing, and is actively engaged in pursuing discipline for the students responsible for violating our policies in this case. The District is cooperating with law enforcement investigators and will continue doing so until the investigation is completed. We are addressing this matter with the utmost sense of urgency to ensure that our school environment is free from behaviors that are meant to demean, humiliate or harm other students. Once all investigations are concluded, the District will be working to develop additional protocols and supports to promote a positive school climate and culture for all students.

"Thank you for your patience and understanding as we continue to work through this investigation. We understand the desire for information but are doing our best to work diligently and thoroughly through a legal process. We know this incident is of serious concern to our entire school community and will do all we can to move forward in a positive manner."


The Lucas Oil Dirt Late Model series returns to the Speed Palace for the 2022 Rumble By The River on Friday (August 26) and Saturday (August 27).

Friday will feature the Lucas Oil Dirt Late Model Series Twin 25s which will pay $25,000 to win each. The Mid Atlantic Modifieds are also on the card. General Admission is $25, students $10, with racing at 7pm.

Saturday features the $50,000 to win Rumble By The River for the Lucas Oil Late Models and Mid Atlantic Modifieds. General Admission $35, students $10, racing at 6pm.

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