A game-saving interception enabled Prep to survive stubborn Frankford, 10-7, to win the District 12 Class AAAA, or city, championship Saturday night.
They’re large, fast, and right now, no one seems to be able stop them. The Imhotep Charter Panthers felt they deserved a state championship last year, and are more than compensating for that lost opportunity this season by smashing every team they face
Some miss Veterans Stadium. That old edifice was a dump. But it had character, they say. It was the world’s largest rat hole, complete with the rats.
Chip Kelly stated from the outset that he’s always been a Nick Foles fan—and the Eagles’ coach is finding out even more about his quarterback.
Nick Foles didn’t throw seven touchdowns this time, but he did find some imaginative ways to get the ball into the end zone against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.
They know all of the steps. They’re deeply ingrained, beginning way back what seems like light years ago in August, before anyone puts their shoulder pads and helmets on.
They know how long it’s been since a St. Joseph’s Prep team has won a Catholic League title in football.
Slightly overshadowed by the musical chairs the Eagles have been playing at quarterback, the Eagles defense each week seems to be improving.
We’ve seen Nick Foles at his utmost worst just a few weeks ago. And on Sunday, after tossing an NFL-record tying seven touchdowns in the Eagles’ 49-20 thumping of the Oakland Raiders, we’ve also seen him at his incredible best.
The Eagles’ offense emerged to smash the Oakland Raiders 49-20 Sunday, behind an NFL-tying seven touchdown passes from Nick Foles.
The PIAA District 1 playoffs are set to begin the weekend of Nov. 8-9 and it marks one of the most exciting times in the area.
Archbishop Ryan coach Frank McArdle could have told his team to bag it. The Raiders were eliminated from the Catholic League Class AAAA playoffs, with two games left against powerhouses Archbishop Wood and St. Joseph’s Prep before its traditional Thanksgiving Day game.
Chip Kelly says it’s a combination of “the little things” that caused Sunday’s offensive ineptness.
The Eagles offensive woes of last week bled into this week, resulting in a 15-7 loss in a crossroads game.
Upper Dublin has gotten off to good starts in its history. But nothing like this. Nothing like opening a season by beating Central Bucks West for only the second time in school history. Nothing like getting off to an 8-0 start and having every district-playoff bound Class AAAA school begin looking over their shoulders at the Cardinals.