Off and running

Ian Paul runs away from Jersey Shore defender Owen Anderson after hauling in a pass. Paul came up just short of a touchdown on the play.

JERSEY SHORE — Shamokin Area head coach Henry Hynoski said this week that the Indians, in order to be competitive with Jersey Shore, the state’s top-ranked team in Class 4A, in the District 4 title game, had to play mistake-free football.

They did everything but, committing five first-half turnovers, six overall, and missing a slew of tackles on the way to a 54-0 loss to the unbeaten Bulldogs (9-0).

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