High School Football
They knew them. Or at least they thought they knew them. They would see them every day in Coatesville High School walking in the halls, talking between periods. They were there with them last December, there at Hershey Park Stadium to support them when they played in the PIAA state championship.
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Coatesville once again tops the Southeastern PA high school football Top Ten.
Albie Crosby would like to hit the delete button in his memory and forget what happened nine months ago. And the Imhotep Charter coach has, for the most part. Crosby can’t remember the score, but he can recall his Panthers losing to Wyomissing in the PIAA Class AA state semifinals.
Jerry Lanier is one of those hidden treasures. The 5-foot-10, 180-pound Academy Park senior tailback needed a little tough love to get going his junior year,
If Coatesville stellar senior Daquan Worley had his choice, he’ll be a cornerback when he arrives at Penn State next summer. In the meantime, the Penn State-commit continues to do something he’s been doing since he first touched a football, and that’s running through defenses and scoring touchdowns.
If it were up to St. Joseph’s Prep coach Gabe Infante, his first three nonleague opponents would be Alabama, the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers. Infante believes in having his teams play perfect, and if not perfect, pretty darn close to it. So to get there, he’s devised a national schedule that he feels will more than prepare his team for the Philadelphia Catholic League Class AAAA season and possibly beyond.
There is a little misconception that continues about Pennsylvania high school football that the best talent and better teams are located on the western side of the state.
It’s August and already St. Joseph’s Prep coach Gabe Infante is up against an unwinnable battle: It will hard keeping his team from wandering onto websites, Twitter and text feeds, chat rooms and Facebook pages without reading all of the good things that are expected from the Hawks this season.
The special game that will be played Thursday night at 7 p.m. at Widener University’s Quick Stadium—the 37th annual Hero Bowl, which benefits the families of fallen police officers, fight fighters and EMT workers.
Shawnee high school senior Jake Pisarcik is going to play football at Oregon, even without Chip Kelly.
Archbishop Wood and Coatesville are both in championship football games this weekend.
Top 10 Week of Dec. 7, 2012: 1. La Salle (Record: 12-1. Previous Week: 1. Weeks Rated: 14.) 2. St. Joseph’s Prep (Record: 10-1. Season over.) 3. Archbishop Wood (Record: 11-2. Previous Week: 3. Weeks […]
Thanksgiving means more than stuffing your face with all the goodies and treats on the Thanksgiving table.
La Salle #1 in our High School Football Top 10 rankings.