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2014 Strath Haven Points Leaders

(excludes safeties)

# Name Rushing TD Points Receiving TD Points Field Goal Points PAT Points Kick Return TD Points Punt Return TD Points INT Return TDPoints Fumble Return TD Points 2-Point Conv. Points Total Points
27 Anthony Myers  96 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 104
5 Nick Milone 60 12 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 78
10 Alex Bratsis  18 6 0 27 6 0 0 0 0 57
44 Rob Magee 24 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24
28 Niem Bobo 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12
4 Colin Waitzman 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
11 Dalton Leach 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
80 Denzil Lezenby 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
6 Paul Somaru  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2
33 Zach Newlon 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2


2014 Strath Haven Rushing Leaders

# Running Back Rushes Yards TDs Long Yds/Rush
27 Anthony Myers  159 965 16 65 6.1
5 Nick Milone 97 696 10 73 7.2
10 Alex Bratsis  67 547 3 58 8.2
44 Rob Magee 36 154 4 15 4.3
22 Jon George 27 192 0 26 7.1
28 Niem Bobo 20 109 2 23 5.5
32 Elijah Crew 19 56 0 8 2.9
11 Dalton Leach 18 25 1 39 1.4


2014 Strath Haven Tackling Leaders

     Sacks Sack Tackle TFL Unassisted Tackle Total
      Yards for Loss Yards Tackles Assists Tackles*
27 Anthony Myers  0 0 6.5 -17.5 30 59 89
6 Paul Somaru  0 0 2.5 -5.5 19 50 69
43 Matt Splain 0 0 0.5 -0.5 9 46 55
80 Denzil Lezenby 5 -42 9.5 -53.5 19 35 54
53 Shane Mulhern 0 0 1 -1 10 39 49
32 Elijah Crew 2 -7 8 -21 16 30 46
55 Peter Deeb 0 0 2.5 -6 11 33 44
76 Justin Fremont 2 -11 7.5 -22.5 14 28 42
17 Roy Chung  0 0 1 -4 22 16 38
10 Alex Bratsis  0 0 2.5 -5 12 25 37

*Includes Sacks, TFLs, and tackles.  Total tackles are total number of players who participated in a tackle (maximum of two tacklers per play).  Tackles for Loss includes sacks.



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Week 10

1. Haverford School (8-1)
2. Springfield (10-0)
3. Bonner-Prendergast (8-1)
4. Garnet Valley (8-2)
5. Academy Park (8-2)
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Great Valley's win is special delivery from Adderly

November 22, 2014

By Matt Smith

 For Springfield, the plan on special teams was simple. Whatever happens, don't let Nasir Adderley make plays.

In the District One Class AAA championship game Friday night at Plymouth-Whitemarsh, Springfield felt strongly that it could keep pace with Great Valley's up-tempo, spread attack. With a defense that ranks tops in Delco in points and yardage allowed, the Cougars figured that All-Delco linebacker Adam Krauter and Co. could keep them in the game. As it turns out, Springfield's defense was up to the task.

However, special teams proved to be the backbreaker for the Cougars. The 6-0, 180-pound Adderley put the Patriots on his back with two punt returns for touchdowns. One was fielded on a bounce that required a few broken tackles, and another was a direct kick to him. It wasn't how the Cougars drew it up, but they had to live with consequences.  (click the blue headline for the article)

Blizzard of playoff action

November 20, 2014

By Joe Stokes

If you lived on the east side of the Great Lakes this week you may have faced blizzard conditions as lake effect snow buried some with sixty inches snow. This weekend area high school football followers will be hip deep in post season action as teams take another big step toward that Pennsylvania State championship.

The second round games in District One and Twelve were played in bone chilling conditions last weekend. The weather promises to be similar and the stakes will be higher in this weekend’s third round.  

The last eight years the prognostication record stands at 402-174 while going 38-17 for this season. Springfield, Pennsbury and Downingtown East all won as predicted while Upper Dublin’s win over West Chester Rustin and St Joseph’s Prep win over LaSalle accounted for the failed picks last week. Only top competitive games have been chosen for this fearless forecast. (click the blue headline for the article)

Past meets present for Springfield as Ellis, Britton prepare to meet


November 19, 2014

By Matt Smith

High school coaches like to say that it's not about them. And they're right, because it isn't.

The games that we watch, the games that we cover are about the student-athletes that play them.

Springfield and Great Valley go to battle Friday night at Plymouth Whitemarsh High School for the District One Class AAA title. The players, not the coaches, will determine who wins.

Springfield quarterback Brian Allen is close to becoming a 1,000-yard passer and a 1,000-yard rusher in the same season, an extremely rare feat by a Delco signal caller. Springfield's defense is allowing 8.3 points per game. That's crazy. Linebackers Adam Krauter and Ricky Sterling, linemen Dan Archibong and Brian Layden, and defensive backs Luc Spence and Mike Fleagle, among others, have played inspired football all season. (click the blue headline for the article)

Allen bounces back as Springfield scrapes into final

Springfield linebacker Adam Krauter, right, hauls in a game-clinching interception in the fourth quarter on a pass intended for Pottsgrove’s Devon

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November 15, 2014

By Dennis Deitch

Brian Allen walked off the field late in the third quarter of Friday night's PIAA Class AAA District One semifinal game against Pottsgrove, the Springfield quarterback's fumble having short-circuited a drive that started on a short field.

His Cougars were trailing. Allen hadn't completed a pass all night. The offense hadn't had as much as a first down since the first quarter. The senior's confidence was shaken.

His season and the season of the team he had led to 11 straight wins was at a crossroads.

"That fumble really hit me in the face,' Allen said. "It was either live or die right there, swim or drown.

"I'm not ready to drown yet.' (click the blue headline for the article)


Pennsbury turns it on late to eliminate Garnet Valley

November 15, 2014

By Matt Smith

For three quarters, Garnet Valley kept pace with Pennsbury's explosive skill players and did just fine against a defense that struggled to keep Downingtown West off the board one week earlier.

The Jaguars trailed by a field goal and a classic finish to a tremendous high school football game was in the works.

But when the fourth quarter got under way, the wheels fell off for the seventh-seeded Jaguars. The host Falcons, the No. 2 seed in the District One Class AAAA tournament, reeled off four unanswered touchdowns in the final stanza on the way to a 45-14 triumph.

Just like that, GV's season ended in the quarterfinal round of the district playoffs while Pennsbury punched its ticket to the semifinals, where the Falcons will play sixth-seeded Upper Dublin next week.

How did it all come crashing down so fast for the Jags (9-3)? It began and ended with Pennsbury's propensity for the huge play. For instance, senior running back Charles Snorweah, who amassed a mind-boggling 429 yards in Pennsbury's first-round victory, broke off a 60-yard run as part of a 189-yard performance to give his team a 10-point cushion 44 seconds into the fourth quarter. (click the blue headline for the article)

Weather cooling off, playoffs heating up

November 12, 2014

By Joe Stokes

The weather forecasters are promising a cold blast for all of Pennsylvania by this weekend. While temperatures may be cooling off the second round of high school football playoff action is heating up. 

The first round of post season action offered loads of excitement and a few surprises last Friday and Saturday. In AAAA games the home team higher seeds won every contest and advanced to the second round. This also occurred at the AAA level as well. The big question this week is whether this trend will continue.

The last eight years the prognostication record stands at 399-172 while going 35-15 for this season. Springfield, Pottsgrove and Coatesville all one as predicted while West Chester Henderson’s win over North Penn and Garnet Valley’s win over Central Bucks South accounted for the failed picks last week. Only top competitive games have been chosen for this fearless forecast. (click the blue headline for the article)

Panther JV's lose to Interboro in last game

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November 11, 2014

By Parents Association

The JV Panthers were defeated by the Interboro Bucs 24-14 yesterday. The Panthers offense was paced by Elijah Crew and Zach Newlon both of whom scored. Defensively Karl Lanholm played a solid game for the Panther. Great Season JV, get ready for next year and have a good off season.  (click the blue headline for the the JV page and more Interboro game photos)

Strath Haven's Myers make most of one more game

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November 8, 2014

By Dillon Friday

Friday night's nonleague contest between Strath Haven and Archbishop Carroll offered the two teams an opportunity all athletes covet — the chance to play one more game.

The Panthers scored two second-half touchdowns to take the home victory 28-20 over the Patriots.

"I wish we could never grow up,' said Strath Haven senior running back Anthony Myers. He consoled fellow senior Paul Somaru at midfield following the win. Both played crucial roles in the game. Somaru caught two passes for 45 yards and blocked a Carroll extra point that would have tied things at 21 in the fourth quarter. Myers racked up 146 yards on the ground and three scores.

"To us, we thought of this as a playoff game,' Myers said. "We wanted to go out with a bang.'

Haven indeed went out with a bang and entered with a burst. Myers took the first handoff of the game 62 yards for a touchdown. He broke off the line of scrimmage and galloped down the sideline. It was his longest, and easiest, rush of the game.

"They caught on,' Myers joked.  (click the blue headline for the article)

Archbishop Carroll Game Photos

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November 8, 2014

By Jim Newlon

Juli couldn't make the game but she sent an able bodied friend photographer to take shots in her place and he did a great job.  Take a look! (click the blue headline for the game photos)

The polls are closed, let the playoffs begin

November 5, 2014

By Joe Stokes

The citizens of Pennsylvania will have a new governor in January of 2015, but before that happens they will have four state high school football champions crowned. The District playoffs kick off this weekend and by mid-December we will all know which schools survived a rigorous and exciting 2014 season. It all started in the muggy heat of August and will end in the chilly winds of late autumn at Hershey Park Stadium. 

The final district playoff seeds are now in place and it is time to take a look at this week’s key match-ups in District One. (click the blue headline for the article)

JV Squad adds one more game to 2014 Season

November 5, 2014

By Havenfootball.net Staff

Chip Carroll, Athletic Director at Strath Haven High School, has announced that the JV football team will face off against the Interboro JV team on Monday, November 10th at 3:30 at Interboro High School.  This will be the final game for the JV team.

JV Squad out scores Radnor

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November 4, 2014

By Parents Association

The JV Panthers put it all together Monday afternoon with a crushing victory over Radnor, 40-12. Elijah Crew, Mekhi Hill and Van Bobo all scored for the Panthers. The offensive line of Brian Dozier, Mike Kyriasis, Jaylen King, Rob Dubois, Ben McFetridge, Kyree Fuller, Rahib Boyer all did an outstanding job blocking. The defense was led by Kyree Fuller with multiple quarterback sacks and John Morris who led the team in tackles. The defensive effort was highlighted by 95 yard interception return by Mehki Hill. The JV Panthers, with the addition of the Freshmen this year, grew as a team and have clearly made great strides. Congratulations to the JV Panthers. (click the blue headline for game photos)

Anthony Myers enters 200 yard club

November 1, 2014

By Havenfootball.net Staff

Last night's efforts by Anthony Myers got him into the 200 yard club by rushing for 245 yards in last night's big win against Radnor. Myers carried the ball 27 times for an average of 9.1 yards per rush and four touchdowns for a very productive evening.  Myers also had the most tackles for the evening with 14 total tackles including 5 solo tackles.  Not a bad way to end his Central League high school career!  (click the blue headline for the team records page)

Myers, Strath Haven hold off Radnor

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November 1, 2014

By Al Thompson

Senior Anthony Myers scorched Radnor's defense for 245 yards rushing and all four Strath Haven touchdowns, leading the Panthers to a 26-13 win over the Raiders at Prevost Field.

Strath Haven's offensive line, led by senior left tackle Justin Fremont, opened holes for Myers all night against a talented Radnor defensive line.

"This week we worked real hard, our coaches told us that they have a good line,' Fremont said. "But we have a better one, We're not going to stop until the whistle blows and the ball's on the ground.'

Fremont said he made a pledge to Myers before the game that he was going to help make this night special for his running back. Obviously, Fremont and his teammates in the trenches delivered.

"I told him before the game that this was going to be his night,' the 6-foot-3, 285 pounder said. "I told him I was feeling it, and I was going to block until he got all his touchdowns.'

Myers confirmed that his offensive line wanted him to have a big night and let him know about it.  (click the blue headline for the article)

Radnor Game Pics

November 1, 2014

Photos by Juli & Pat Kroon

Photos by Bob Quinn

Three photographers for three times the photos.  Take a look at the shots from the Panthers great win last night!

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