Written by Jim Lewis
So the Lower Dauphin Falcons had just beaten its latest foe, Chambersburg, by a score of 38-0, and their coach offered his critique: Eh.
Coach Rob Klock admits that such a tepid opinion after the lopsided victory over the Trojans (0-3) on Thursday, Sept. 17 victory at Hersheypark Stadium was "kind of funny when you win 38-0.'' But coaches are expected to look at the aesthetic, not just the final score – and he wondered if the Falcons' performance against non-division Chambersburg would be enough against stiffer division competition.
Lower Dauphin (3-0) now faces a slate of division rivals – from the Mid-Penn Conference's Keystone Division – beginning Friday, Sept. 25, when it hosts Susquehanna Twp. (1-2).
"I wish we had performed better, because we're going to play the Keystone Division now,'' Klock said.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 September 2015 16:09