Mount Carmel retains Coal Bucket

Mount Carmel quarterback Pedro Feliciano breaks free from the Shamokin defense for a 30-yard touchdown run during the Coal Bucket game on Oct. 29 at Kemp Memorial Stadium. The Red Tornadoes retained the Coal Bucket with a 49-21 victory.

MOUNT CARMEL — Coming off a dominant performance in their opening round win against Bloomsburg, No. 2 Mount Carmel (9-2) is on a roll as they head into a District 4 Class 2A Semifinal meeting with No. 3 Troy (8-3) inside of the Silver Bowl on Saturday night.

Traditionally, the Northern Tier teams have struggled when taking on opponents from the Heartland Conference, and this sets up to be another one of those matchups with the way that the Red Tornadoes have been able to overpower opponents and control the clock.

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