Dallastown won a wild, back-and-forth offensive affair over visiting Manheim Township on Friday night, 41-38, in a nonleague football contest.
The victory had to be considered a significant upset for Coach Ron Miller’s Dallastown squad.
The Wildcats were coming off a season-opening loss to Hempfield, while Manheim Township was 1-0 after beating Central Dauphin East. Last season, Dallastown finished 1-5, while Manheim Township was 5-2.
Both teams had at least 420 total yards of offense, with Dallastown outgaining Manheim Township, 452-420. The balanced Wildcats attack produced 262 rushing yards and 190 passing yards.
Coleton Mahorney and Kenny Johnson came up big for Dallastown. Mahorney had touchdown runs of 5 and 2 yards. Johnson had TD receptions of 80 and 15 yards.
Caleb Fox added a 45-yard TD run for Dallastown and Dylan Lease added a 5-yard scoring run.
Penn State recruit Anthony Ivey led Manheim Township with 170 receiving yards on nine catches, including a TD.