These young men are all-stars in their coaches’ eyes.
In loss to Camp Hill, Dutchmen’s sweet season ends on a sour note.
The Dutchmen take care of their business during regular season finale against Northern Lebanon.
Despite a strong performance, Annville-Cleona fell to Schuylkill Valley 14-13 after a last-minute field goal attempt went wide.
Big night for A-C running back Cael Harter as he scores four touchdowns in the first half to lead the Dutchmen to victory.
Annville-Cleona narrowly defeated Kutztown 41-40 in a chaotic game, with Cael Harter’s fourth-down stop and Bryce Keller’s game-winning score proving pivotal in the Dutchmen’s victory.
At the halfway point of the high school football season, Annville-Cleona and Cedar Crest lead the pack in Lebanon County, ELCO boasts a record-breaking player, while Lebanon and Northern Lebanon grapple with difficulties.
In the final meeting of longtime Lebanon County rivals, ELCO trounced Annville-Cleona 49-7, with standout performances from Jake Williams, Steven Rosado, and Austin Yesko.
Little Dutchmen come up big, rushing over 470 yards for an easy win to start the season.
Despite significant player losses from graduation, Annville-Cleona’s football program, under the leadership of Matt Gingrich, continues to demonstrate resilience by fielding a competitive team, emphasizing quality over quantity, and focusing on daily improvement.