The Penns Valley Rams enter the second half of their season with a game record of 4-1.

Eryn Dutrow

SPRING MILLS, PENNSYLVANIA – The Penns Valley Rams varsity football team has officially hit the halfway milestone within their 2019 season. Currently, the team has an overall game record of 4-1 and a conference record of 2-1 with each game displaying more determination to reach play-offs this year. The goals the team has set are highlighted in the answers seniors, Aaron Tobias and Logan Snyder gave in an interview 2 weeks ago where both stated that the Rams have their eyes set on making it to play-offs to ensure the team is a name to remember and watch out for. 


The Rams have currently played 4 games against the Fairfield Knights, Clearfield Bison, Bald Eagle Eagles, Central Dragons, and the Huntingdon Bearcats in which they have defeated all except the Clearfield Bison – who pulled away from the Rams to win the game in the last 6.59 seconds. A 3-win streak is currently the team’s best record in the current season as they approach the second half of the season with their homecoming game against the Midd-West Mustangs. 


The Penns Valley Rams are quickly on their way to a winning season that will secure their eligibility to play in the District 12 playoffs as they are only required to win 1 more game. In the 2018 season, the Rams made it to play-offs then successfully through the first round of playoffs before being defeated by the Richland Rams in a 59-7 land-slide game. The 2019 varsity team has their eyes set on victory as they condition their minds and bodies to the most elite levels for the sake of pushing boundaries and school records this year. 


The upcoming homecoming game against the Midd-West Mustangs will determine whether the Rams will have to fight for their spot in the play-offs or if the first half of the season proved to be enough to secure their season goals.