Exeter traveled to Manheim Central last year and left with the Section 2 championship in the Lancaster-Lebanon League. Zac Hahn and the Barons didn't forget that 21-17 loss. "We had a lot of motivation coming into this game because we had a lot of returning starters. A lot of guys were thinking what do we gotta do to make sure we don't feel that pain that we did last year," Hahn told SV Sports' Paul Roberts. Manheim Central flipped the script on Friday by beating the Eagles 42-14 at Don Thomas Stadium. Hahn went 23-of-31 for 304 yards and four touchdowns as the (9-1, 6-0) Barons claimed their 28th Section 2 title. Aaron Enterline finished with six receptions for 101 yards and two scores. The 6'3 senior set a single-season school record with 22 TD catches. "We've been playing football together for so many years, and then we also do basketball together so we're with each other a lot. It's almost like a brother situation. Our chemistry, it's unmatched. I'd put us up there with any other duo in the league," said Hahn. Enterline has 62 receptions for 1,245 yards this year. Hahn is completing 70% of his passes with 33 TD and just two interceptions. The 6', 190-pound senior is only the third quarterback in school history to surpass 4,000 career passing yards. Manheim Central earned a bye this week as the #3 seed in the District 3-4A playoffs. They will host #6 Susquehanna Township on November 10th. The Barons are making their 35th appearance in the District 3 tournament. They've won a record 18 championships including ten in a row from 1992-2001! Manheim Central has 603 victories in program history. The Barons brought home a state title in 2003. "There's not a lot of programs around here like it, one of the top in the state in wins. It's an insane special feeling to be able to play for us," stated Hahn.