TROY — On Saturday afternoon, after Mother Nature forced all District 4 playoff games to be moved, Southern Columbia had to weather the early storm by finding their footing on a sloppy field surface at Alparon Park.

After a scoreless first quarter, the tide turned in the second quarter. Southern built a 27-0 lead at the break and went on to win over Troy by a convincing 48-12 margin after making the trip two hours north to Bradford County.

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