Shippensburg, Cumberland County—They have the best offense in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) and it will be on display in the championship game Saturday at IUP. Shippensburg is 10-0 and features a prolific attack putting up record numbers.
The Red Raiders have the number one offense in division two and the longest winning streak at 14 games. "It's just been a special year and I keep telling our players that," stated Shippensburg Head Football Coach Mark "Mac" Maciejewski. "Its special, make sure you take care of it and work very hard at it cause you never know when these opportunities come back."
One of the top players on the Red Raiders roster is a local guy, Trevor Harman from Cumberland Valley. Not only is he one of the top players in the PSAC but the entire nation.
Trevor Harman, Shippensburg Receiver (Cumberland Valley)
"In high school, as you guys know, I played a lot of defense, a lot of corner and that was my forte, said Harman. "Coming into college, I know Coach Rees, the old head coach wanted to give me a shot on offense. I was very thankful for that and I never thought I would be in this position right now."
Harman is ranked high in a number of categories, most notably in scoring. The sophomore has 17 touchdowns, good enough, for number eight in the country.
"The coaches have the confidence in me to get me the ball and everything and tell me, hey you have to step up and make big plays right now." Maciejewski added, "he works his tail off and he's a special player. He's going to come to practice every day to give as much as he can for you and he's a good athlete."
The Red Raiders, will need all hands on deck, for the PSAC Championship Saturday at number 13 Indiana University of Pennsylvania.