Brycen Armold is healthy again and it shows. Manheim Central's All-State running back set a school record with 366 rushing yards in the District 3-4A semifinals at Twin Valley. After missing the previous three games, Armold racked up six touchdowns against the (10-2) Raiders in a 65-28 victory. The 5'6, 175-pound senior is extremely humble. "You can always give the credit to the line. Without them, I can't do anything. All credit to them," Armold told SV Sports' Paul Roberts. He holds the school's career rushing record with 3,915 yards. The (11-1) Barons are also lethal through the air. Zac Hahn owns the single-season records at Manheim Central with 2,824 passing yards and 39 TD. His top target is 6'3, 180-pound senior Aaron Enterline. "He's the best player I've ever seen in my entire life," stated Armold. Enterline has 2,595 receiving yards and 37 TD catches in his career. Those marks are both school records. The Barons are putting up 46 points per game. "I think the balance is probably one of the most important parts of our offense. It's awesome to have options," said Armold. He broke off touchdown runs of 80 and 40 yards at Twin Valley last Friday. Manheim Central has won a record 28 Section 2 championships in the Lancaster-Lebanon League and 18 District 3 titles. The Barons captured state gold in 2003. "Each day at practice we're held to a standard that I don't believe any other team is," remarked Armold. Manheim Central has a tough challenge on the road ahead. The Barons meet defending state champ Bishop McDevitt on Friday in the District 3-4A final. The unbeaten Crusaders are riding a 25-game winning streak.