Looking for a ‘W’

Nordic defender Nick Conery (75) comes up to assist teammate Antonio Inglese (23) as Inglese wrestles down a Stephenson ball carrier during the first half of Thursday’s clash at North Dickinson County High School in Felch Township. (Dennis Mansfield/Daily News photo)

FELCH – The North Dickinson 8-player varsity football team (0-5) is still searching for its first win of the 2022 season after falling to visiting Stephenson (3-2) at home 66-18 on Thursday night.

Antonio Inglese led the Nordics on defense, tallying 12 solo tackles and eight assists, while Earl Gillis chipped in with eight solo hits and 11 assists.

On offense, North Dickinson struggled to keep up with the Eagles and managed just 23 yards rushing in the loss, though the Nordics did have some success through the air. Freshman Spencer Kramer continues to rack up some impressive stats and had five catches for 112 yards and a touchdown against the Eagles.

Wyatt Glasheen had 17 yards on two receptions and Colin LaFave added 19 yards on a pair of catches, including one for a score.

At quarterback, Inglese ended the night hitting 10 of 17 attempts for 148 yards and the two touchdowns.


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