Coverage:

BOSWELL — Apparently no one at North Star football field was more disappointed than the clock keeper when Blairsville’s Sincere McFarlin failed to score on a two-point conversion run at the beginning of the fourth quarter.

HOMER CITY — The Blairsville Bobcats defense never stopped the Homer-Center Wildcats offense Friday night at Memorial Field. Only the clock and the mercy rule could do that in a 41-6 Wildcats victory.

NORTHERN CAMBRIA — Devin Burkhart and Mark Marino started at quarterback for their respective teams Friday night at Duffy Daugherty Field, but for different reasons, neither of them finished.

BLAIRSVILLE — The Marion Center Stingers accomplished a milestone feat Friday night with little resistance from the lackluster Blairsville Bobcats.

Blairsville High School senior Maggi Sarver, a daughter of Jim and Kristin Sarver, was announced as the 2018 Homecoming queen at halftime of the Bobcats’ football game Friday night.

PURCHASE LINE — The Purchase Line Red Dragons pulled off an unusual feat Friday night. One might even say it was timeless, even unbelievable.

BLAIRSVILLE — The Blairsville Bobcats would love to give away their lead in a key statistical category.

SALTSBURG — The Blairsville Bobcats knew the script well and how it ended: The defense struggled and the offense, though talented and capable, couldn’t take care of the ball consistently enough to bail out the defense.

BLAIRSVILLE — The Blairsville Bobcats should charge Kyle Silk rent. He’s living in the end zones at Blairsville Memorial Stadium.

 KENWOOD — Dimitri Lieb loves getting the ball, and he made a case for getting it a whole lot more on Friday night in Penns Manor’s 52-12 rout of Blairsville in Heritage Conference football game at Pat Corrigan Field.