Greenville survives late surge from Seneca to advance

A match up with Wilmington looms in round two for the Trojans

Ethan Reiser's touchdown with just minutes to go in the game secured a 29-22 opening round playoff win for Greenville over Seneca Friday night.

HARBORCREEK, Pennsylvania (WKBN) – Ethan Reiser’s touchdown with just minutes to go in the game secured a 29-22 opening round playoff win for Greenville over Seneca Friday night.

The Trojans led 22-6 at the half, but Seneca rallied to tie the game at 22-22 midway through the fourth quarter.

Brady Kalchthaler, Reiser, and Canyon Eells all found the end zone in the first half for the Trojans. Two Greenville touchdowns came through the air from quarterback Nate Bell.

Read more: View all week eleven game recaps/highlights

Greenville will advance to play Wilmington in round two. Wilmington defeated Eisenhower 52-0 in their opening round match up.

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