Two-A-Days: Inter County Conference

Southern Huntingdon enters 2018 coming off an 8-3 finish in 2017 (WJAC).

6 sports has made it to the ICC with 12 stops on the tour.

First up, Southern Huntingdon will hope 2018 is reflective of 2017. The Rockets took a giant step forward securing 8 wins, and the best part of that is they welcome back 11 total starters this season. As always, the Rockets come ready to work.

Mount Union will look for a better finish to 2018 than 2017. The Trojans started out 6-1 before finishing 6-5 a year ago. They are working much harder to re-write the story when the lights go on at the end of August.

Juniata Valley burst onto the scene seemingly out of nowhere in 2017. The Hornets realize that they will have targets on their backs, but they have the returning talent to rise to the occasion. Head coach Bill Musser welcomes back 7 starters on offense and 8 on defense in 2018.

Bellwood-Antis is coming off an unbeaten season in the ICC, and will look to push a little further in the playoffs as 2018 draws near.

Claysburg Kimmel has a wealth of talent from a team that made a run into the district playoffs in 2017. If they come together expect big things from the Bulldogs this season.

Northern Bedford shined in 2017 recording a 10 win season and booking a trip to the state playoffs. Five returning starters are back on each side of the football for the panthers.

Williamsburg enters 2018 fresh off a 2-8 finish to 2017. The Blue Pirates will look for leadership to carry them as the season approaches.

Anthony Sottasante takes over in his first season as headman at Tussey Mountain. The Titans are coming off a 1-9 finish in 2017, and hope leadership helps them reverse those fortunes in 2018

Moshannon Valley enters 2018 fresh off a 2 win season in 2017. The Black Knights welcome back plenty of talent on both sides of the football so the outlook is bright for this fall.

The Glendale Vikings finished 3-7 in 2017. Richard Braniff enters year number two as head coach and will look for his Vikings to take another step forward in 2018.

The West Branch Warriors fell just below the .500 mark in 2017, and with a new quarterback taking over the offense they will look for continued improvement as they make a push for the playoffs in 2018.

Everett is coming off a 2-8 finish to 2017. Winston Redman enters year number 5 as head coach, and with 8 returning starters on both offense and defense look for the Warriors to take a huge step forward in 2018.

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