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Strath Haven 2015 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
 33/40 Zach Newlon  30   0 32 
11 Ahmir Gordon 0 0 0 15 0 6 6 0 0 27
10 Mekhi Hill 24 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24
35 Kyree Fuller 0 24 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24
32 Elijah Crew 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18
8 Evan Atsaves 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12
22 Thomas Foster 6 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 12
25 Hunter Mazur 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12
20 Van Bobo 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
23 Lindley Purrington 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
41 Jon Morris 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
89 John Harrar 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
 15  Colton Haywood  0  0  0  0  0  2
28 Steven Seal 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2

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Academy Park claims District One Class AAA title

November 28, 2015


Delco Times

By Todd Orodenker

As the Academy Park Knights stormed the field to celebrate their second district title in three years, only one dude was calm.

The smile on Jawan Collins’ face was wide, but his demeanor was level. Academy Park’s 26-14 victory over Upper Moreland in the Class AAA District One championship Friday was complete. A berth in the state quarterfinals was secured. The Knights, now 13-0, will play the winner of Archbishop Wood/Imhotep Charter next week, back at Plymouth-Whitemarsh.

None of that seemed to matter to Collins. All he cared about was his teammates. His 188 rushing yards, three second

Academy Park senior quarterback Jawan Collins rushed for 188 yards and three second-half touchdowns Friday night in their District One Class AAA championship win. (TOM KELLY IV - DAILY TIMES)

half touchdowns and game-clinching interception were irrelevant.

“I’m happy we won, but I’m not going to show it right now,” Collins said. “I am excited, I can’t think right now. I’m just happy to see them happy, that’s all. Everybody happy, that’s what I like to see. I just like to make everyone else happy.”

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Donaghy, Bruce deliver records, memories in classic clash

November 27, 2015

Helmet Haverford

Delco Times

By Matthew DeGeorge

Entering Thursday, the numbers were so gaudy, the potential accolades so hallowed, that they demanded attention.

History would be made at A.G. Cornog Field Thursday: Certainly by a team ending a title drought of either two or five decades. But also perhaps by a pair of special athletes whose names are destined to endure among the all-time gridiron greats Delaware County has ever seen.

But befitting the roller-coaster Thanksgiving Day slugfest that was Haverford’s 49-42 win over Upper Darby, there was a twist in the historical accounting.

For Jack Donaghy, whose arm mounted an all-out assault on history this season, the yards that most define his storybook campaign were covered by his legs.

For Isaiah Bruce, the final feet of his journey through the record books that took him over that revered benchmark for running backs, 200 yards, packed the most pain of the day.

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Haverford outlasts Upper Darby, 49-42, for Central League crown

November 27, 2015


By Rick O”Brien

All season long, Haverford High coach Joe Gallagher brought his black-and-red Central League championship football jacket from 1995 to practices.

“It was to remind the kids of what we wanted to accomplish this season,” Gallagher said. “We had come close several times recently, but didn’t get there. It was time not to just come close.”

The Fords achieved their goal of winning the program’s first league crown in two decades by beating neighboring Upper Darby, 49-42, in a wild and thrilling Thanksgiving Day contest before 5,000-plus at A.G. Cornog Field.

“We knew this was going to a be a dogfight between two heavyweights, and that it would probably come down to the fourth quarter,” Haverford senior quarterback Jack Donaghy said. “That’s exactly what happened.”

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Thanksgiving Day Classic! Haverford outlasts Upper Darby, 48-42

November 26, 2015

HAVERFORD >> Before Jack Donaghy could win the game with his legs, he needed his arm to deliver in a big spot Thursday against Upper Darby.

With the Central League championship at stake, and the Fords facing a fourth-and-10 in the waning moments of the fourth quarter while trailing by seven points, Donaghy’s career rested on making this one throw.

Donaghy put his trust in junior Chris Trainor, who had caught a touchdown pass earlier in the day. When the ball left Donaghy’s fingertips, it was high and appeared destined to go incomplete.

Trainor had other ideas. There was no chance he would let the ball sail over his head and out of bounds, which essentially would have ended Haverford’s chances at winning the game. The 5-8, 152-pound trainor leaped in the air and fought through solid coverage by UD’s talented defensive secondary. Trainor made the catch of his life and Haverford was on its way to scoring the game-tying touchdown.

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Dream matchup awaits Haverford, Upper Darby

November 26, 2015

Delco Times


Helmet Haverford    Helmet Upper Darby

By Matt Smith

On a crisp Sunday afternoon, four days before they were to partake in the game of their lives, the Upper Darby and Haverford captains stood united at A.G. Cornog Field for a Daily Times picture shoot.

Haverford seniors Jack Donaghy and Billy Farrell chatted with Upper Darby seniors Christoff Minott and Shawn Page as if they were old friends. There was no urge to tackle each other or talk trash. There was just respect and admiration for what all four players have accomplished this year with their respective teams.

The Royals and Fords will play for an outright Central League championship Thursday morning. Since the tradition began in 1921, there’s never been anything like it. Haverford coach Joe Gallagher remembers a similar situation in 1995, when the Royals had to beat Haverford to force a three-way tie with Springfield for the Central League title.

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Football Fans Dream Week

November 25, 2015

Pennsylvania Football News

By Joe Stokes

You just can’t get any better than this week for local football fans. Starting Thanksgiving eve local rivalry games get underway. That is followed by Turkey Bowls on Thursday with playoff games set for Friday and Saturday. Throw in some big college games on Saturday and the NFL on Sunday and you have loads of blurry eyed football fans by Monday morning.

There is nothing better for many communities than the annual Thanksgiving Day games between long time advisories from the neighborhood. The 109th meeting of Easton vs Phillipsburg, NJ, the 94th game between Upper Darby vs Haverford and the 47th contest between Interboro vs Ridley to name a few. In many cases these games are the highlight of the Turkey Day festivities for local families.

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Academy Park doesn’t stop until it reaches district final

November 21, 2015

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By Dillon Friday

Undefeated and having surrendered 54 points all season prior to its District One Class AAA semifinal with Great Valley, Academy Park faced little adversity in its march through an undefeated campaign. When the Knights have been challenged, however, they’ve always responded.

The Patriots put the hosts to the test early Friday night by driving to the Academy Park one on their first possession of the game. Mark DeRoberts accounted for 29 yards as fourth-seeded Great Valley threatened to take the lead. But the Knights refused to yield and on fourth-and-goal, Teddy Wright blasted through the line to stuff DeRoberts for a loss.

“I expected my man to come to me,” Wright said. “I lowered my shoulder and made the tackle like we’re taught.”

Top-ranked Academy Park took over on downs, turned in a 98-yard scoring drive, and battered the visiting Patriots in a 39-14 win that sends the Knights (12-0) to their second district title game in three years.

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Marple Newtown knocked out after early lead disappears

November 21, 2015

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By Christopher A. Vito

A cheer went up when the flag came out. Initially, the players and coaches on Marple Newtown’s sideline expected an infraction against Upper Moreland.

“Then I see them (signal) that it’s on us,” said Chris Gicking, Marple Newtown’s coach.

A pass interference call kept the Tigers’ defense on the field late in the fourth quarter, and kept alive a go-ahead drive for Upper Moreland, in the Golden Bears’ 28-20 victory over Marple Newtown.

The sixth-seeded Tigers (9-3), who a week earlier had earned the program’s first playoff win, were cut short in the semifinal stage of the District One Class AAA playoffs. They had led by as many as 10 points against the No. 2 Golden Bears (10-2).

Upper Moreland’s Rodney Morgan rushed for two of his four touchdowns in the fourth quarter to put away Marple Newtown. He finished with 273 yards rushing on 36 carries.

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Upper Dublin rolls past Upper Darby, into semis for second straight year

November 21, 2015

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By Dennis C. Way

Upper Darby High was the team coming into Friday’s night’s quarterfinal Class AAAA playoff game with all the speed .

But it was host Upper Dublin that did all the scoring — and it did so very quickly.

The unbeaten Birds scored on their first four possessions and ran down the Royals, 45-14, to earn their second straight trip to the District One Class AAAA semifinals.

They’ll face the winner of Saturday night’s game between Perkiomen Valley and Pennsbury next weekend.

The Cardinals wasted no time, flying down the field on their first possession, and scoring on six plays, the final one being a Stacey Gardner 20-yard burst off the right side to put the home team up, 7-0, just 2:36 into the game.

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A note on archived articles

September 03, 2015

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By Havenfootball.net Staff

Just a quick note to our readers about the articles that appear on our web page.  Our home page, the one you are viewing now, can only accommodate a fixed amount of “posts”.  As the season gets more involved the articles will appear, move down the page, and then vanish from the home page.  All posts, however, are stored in our archives.  At the bottom right hand side of this home page is our Archives listing.  It is listed by month.  Simply click on the month you believe the article originally appeared and a list of the articles posted will appear along with the first few lines.  Click on the headline and you’ll get the article, photos and appropriate links.  Enjoy!

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