Milton Harvest Festival

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Defenders blank Black Panthers in Tomato Bowl

Posted on 09-08-2007


RUNNING AWAY - Warrior Run's Jed Hertzler runs away from the Milton defense Friday night during Tomato Bowl action at Milton. Photo by Kevin Mertz/Standard Journal.

Published in the Standard-Journal on Saturday, September 8, 2007

By TROY SELLERS. Reprinted with Permission

Warrior Run defense limits Milton offense to 56 yards

MILTON - As the Tomato Bowl Trophy was walked toward the Warrior Run team, one of the biggest smiles on the Defenders' faces belonged to Ryan Bressi. The senior, and Milton transfer, could hardly contain his emotions following his new team's 43-0 victory.

"It felt great," Bressi said. "I was so happy, I couldn't even express how I felt there. The whole team just played great."

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Here comes Harvest Festival!

Posted on 09-07-2007

Published in the Standard-Journal on Friday, September 7, 2007
Reprinted with Permission


THE FESTIVAL WILL BE MARCHING IN - The Milton Area High School marching band adds some bass to last year's Harvest Festival pet parade. This year's festival, which kicks off tonight with the annual Tomato Bowl, will include the Tournament of Bands, a marching band contest that was furloughed for the last 16 years. It's planned for next Saturday at Milton High's Alumni Field. Standard Journal file photo

MILTON - All sorts of places have busy seasons - beaches during the summer, shopping centers during the winter holidays. Milton has its own bustling time of year, and it's right around the corner.

It isn't the unofficial start of the fall season until the Milton Harvest Festival kicks off - quite literally - tonight.

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80 and still peddling

Posted on 09-07-2007


ON THE ROAD AGAIN - Jim Snyder, 80, of Seattle, Wash., will celebrate his birthday today by tackling the Harvest Festival Bike Race. Snyder is a former Milton resident and a 1945 graduate of Milton High School.

Published in the Standard-Journal on Friday, September 7, 2007 By Jeff Shaffer, Staff writer. Reprinted with Permission.

MILTON - What's another 28 miles for Jim Snyder?

Twenty-eight miles, the distance of today's Milton Harvest Festival Bike Race, is just about 1 percent of the distance Snyder traveled to be a part of the annual event. The former Miltonian now lives in Seattle, Wash.

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