Week three in high school football was filled with triumphs, disappointments and late game heroics. This week, you can expect more of the same.
Teams from around the area are almost a third of the way through the season and week four will answer a lot of questions.
It is highly likely that, for most squads, the results of tomorrows match-ups will tell fans, players and coaches where their team is heading.
Looking into the contests from around the region on Friday, there are a lot of games that people will have their eye on. Perhaps the most intriguing game will feature the local team out of Mill Hall.
Tomorrow can't come soon enough but until then, here's an outlook on Fridays games.
In a little more than 24 hours, two teams will come together that are currently polar opposites.
The Wildcats have lost two consecutive games while the Red Raiders are on a two-game winning streak. A win this Friday will do a lot of good for both of these squads, especially Central Mountain.
Bellefonte is ahead of schedule in the amount of improvement they've shown to this point in the season. So, keeping that in mind, Central Mountain has much more to lose than Raiders tomorrow. The Wildcats didn't expect to have a losing record this early in the season, and a loss tomorrow would be very detrimental to the psyche of this squad.
Now, what are some of the positives and negatives for both of these teams?
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