High School Football
Running back Olamide Zaccheaus has adjusted and is performing at St. Joe’s Prep.
This week’s high school football top ten features Archbishop Wood.
This year, there is no one team that stands clearly above the rest. But there is a team that might have a slight edge over every other team in the area—that’s Downingtown East.
The score won’t matter Thursday night and every player on both sides knows it when the Central League meets the rival Del-Val League at Widener University’s Quick Stadium at 7:30 p.m. for the 36th Annual Hero Bowl.
Bill Courtney finds himself the unlikely center of attention for an Academy Award-nominated documentary called “Undefeated,” based on the 2009 football season of the Manassas (Memphis, Tenn.) Tigers, the brainchild of filmmakers T.J. Martin and Dan Lindsay.
There’s the old mantra lying out there about a heavy head and defending a championship, but for reigning PIAA Class AA state champion West Catholic the first month of the season, the Burrs were carrying their heads in their hands.
Jim Algeo, 75, started as an assistant coach at Cardinal Dougherty in 1958. A 53 season coaching career and the past 44 have all come as head coach at Lansdale Catholic.
Austin Wortley stood there with his hands on his hips looking through his helmet grill with young glassy blue eyes as the waning seconds ticked away. Not many knew he was gazing at a football field for a final time in pads and a helmet.
Many of the players on Springfield (Delaware County) were not even born the last time the Cougars experienced the kind of season they are currently enjoying.
The bill would require that students who show signs of a concussion or brain injury be removed from a game and not allowed to play again until evaluated and cleared by an appropriate medical professional.
Despite financial challenges, there was an overall jump of 39,000-plus participants in high school athletics last year from the previous school year.
The ominous black dust plume sat there locked in the sky, almost as if framed for posterity. The sight of jet fighters flying by, their thrusting roar following closely behind, was constant.
The student body at West Catholic High School attended a pep rally to cheer on the school’s varsity football team as they get ready to play in state championships in Hershey, Pa.
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