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Shamokin Area quarterback Brett Nye looks to pass as he rolls out during during a game this season against Shikellamy at Kemp Memorial Stadium.

MILTON — Black Diamond broadcasters Mike Ferlazzo and Corey Houser referred to the 9 a.m. Saturday football game as Breakfast at Milton. Although no one was serving bacon and eggs, Shamokin Area sophomore quarterback Brett Nye and his receivers dished out a large helping of passing offense.

After a shaky start, the Indians rode Nye’s arm to the tune of 204 yards and four touchdowns to a 54-14 dismantling of Milton Area in a rematch of an earlier Pennsylvania Heartland Athletic Conference Division I (PHAC-I) game.

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