H.S. Football: Line Mountain at Troy

Line Mountain’s Jacob Feese fumbles the ball after it is punched out by a Troy defender during a PIAA District 4 quarterfinal game at Troy.

MANDATA — As he lined up behind center in Line Mountain’s midget football program, Jacob Feese always knew he wanted to play quarterback for the Eagles.

Feese continued to play quarterback through his freshman year, but during practice his sophomore year, he moved to running back as recent graduate Evan Herb started at quarterback and became the school’s all-time passing yardage leader.

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