Two-A-Days: Hollidaysburg

After several years in the WPIAL, Hollidaysburg will compete as an independent this season.

HOLLIDAYSBURG -- The new season is a fresh start for the Hollidaysburg Tigers.

After several years competing in the WPIAL, the program will now compete as an independent which will give the Tigers more opportunities to face regional rivals.

Homer DeLattre's program returns six starters from a team that was eliminated in the first round of the playoffs in 2015.

"It's really exciting to be out with our teammates," running back Cory Storm told 6 Sports.

"We're a family and it starts right now. We have to push each other and keep working hard until the first game and don't stop trying."

Hollidaysburg will face Central to open the season.