Scoring Summary

Friday, October 20, 2017
  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total    
Strath Haven 6 0 15 0 21    
Radnor 0 7 0 7 14    
Quarter Time Poss. Scoring Play Time Consumed
1   SH Rush by 35 Zack Hussein for a gain of 18 and a touchdown!  
1   SH Extra point attempt by Team is no good  
  0:31   Drive Summary:   42 yards in 8 plays. Score: SH 6, RAD 0 4:26
2   RAD Rush by 26 Taylor Margolis  for a gain of 4 and a touchdown!  
2   RAD Extra point attempt by Dylan Van Dusen is good  
  3:51   Drive Summary:   54 yards in 14 plays. Score: SH 6, RAD 7 5:33
3   SH Pass from 7 Jake Fisher intended for 3 Thomas Foster complete for a gain of 20 and a touchdown!  
3   SH Two-point conversion is good – Rush by 10 Ibrahim Pio  
  5:58   Drive Summary:   68 yards in 13 plays. Score: SH 14, RAD 7 6:02
3   SH Rush by 35 Zack Hussein for a gain of 7 and a touchdown!  
3   SH Extra point attempt by Emmet Young is good  
  0:00   Drive Summary:   52 yards in 5 plays. Score: SH 21, RAD 7 1:38
4   RAD Pass from 2 Sean Mullarkey intended for 18 Teddy Girton complete for a gain of 11 and a touchdown!  
4 7:00 RAD Extra point attempt by Dylan Van Dusen is good  
      Drive Summary:   80 yards in 11 plays. Score: SH 21, RAD 14 5:00

*Radnor Play-of-the-Game now available*


Fisher, Strath Haven take to the air to down Radnor

October 21, 2017

By Rich Flanagan

 Quarterback Jake Fisher knows before every game that his opportunities are going to be limited. With coach Kevin Clancy at the helm, Strath Haven has always leaned on its running game to be the focal point of the offense while the passing game is mixed in to keep the defense off-balance.While the 6-foot-2 junior passer only gets a few chances to move the ball through the air, he knows there are players on the outside “who can make big plays,” and he showcased some of what his receivers can do.

Fisher had two completions of at least 20 yards, including one for a touchdown to wide receiver Thomas Foster, as Strath Haven downed Radnor, 21-14.

Fisher’s touchdown connection with Foster was his first completion of the game, and it came with 5:58 left in the third quarter. The other came on a 32-yard hookup with tight end Dan Reeves, which set up a touchdown run from seven yards out to push the lead to 21-7.

Fisher was pleased that he showed he and his teammates can open up the passing game and not rely solely on the run.

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Delco Football Friday – Strath Haven vs Radnor

October 20, 2017

By Matt Smith

The Panthers and Raiders are neck and neck in the District 1 Class 5A power rankings, in 11th and 12th place, respectively. Each team has an outside shot at earning a first-round home playoff game.

Strath Haven looks to rebound after a 21-7 defeat to Upper Darby, which has won five in a row. Zack Hussein led the way on offense with 84 yards rushing.

Radnor was shut out by Haverford, 10-0, and has scored only six points in its last two games. Defensively, though, the Raiders have been very effective in recent weeks. They are holding teams to six points per game over their last five contests.

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The 50 Yardline – Radnor

October 18, 2017


Sometimes you just run into a better team. That’s what happened last Friday night against Upper Darby. The Panther scored first and held the Royals scoreless through most of the first half until an ill-fated fumble on a punt gave the Royals great field position and the capitalized and scored a few plays later tying the score at the end of the first half. No doubt about it, the Panthers beat the Royals in the first 24 minutes of the game. Unfortunately Upper Darby came back in the second half, made some adjustments and managed to find the end zone two more times while preventing Haven from finishing their drives. The Panthers faced a bigger, stronger team and just couldn’t keep up for four quarters of football.

Haven hits the road for the final time in the regular season and travels up to Radnor to take on the Red Raiders. Both teams are 4-4 overall but the Raiders are 2-4 in league play. They have beaten Harriton and Conestoga but have lost to Marple Newtown, Ridley, Upper Darby and Haverford. The Raiders are led by #2 Sean Mullarkey who managed to throw for 142 yards in last weeks loss but he was intercepted twice. They gave Haverford a battle for the whole game including getting into the Red Zone twice in the fourth quarter but couldn’t find a way to get into the end zone and took a 10-0 loss. Radnor made it to the playoffs last year and are hoping to repeat the experience. Haven may be standing in their way.

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JV loses in Upper Darby game

October 18, 2017

By JV Parent

Haven’s Junior Varsity took their first loss of the season with a hard fought 26-18 defeat to Upper Darby.

John Francis scored twice and Harper scored once but it wasn’t enough.

Chris Tagliaterra, Perry Sosi and Areon Ford all played well on defense. Zach Mongon also recovered a fumble in the defeat.

Haven will try to get back on the winning track next week against Radnor at home. 

PIAA District One 5A Playoff Points

October 17, 2017

By Staff

Week 8 of the season shows Strath Haven moving down two spots to #11.  If Haven finishes in position 8 or higher they have a home playoff game:


The top 16 teams qualify for the playoffs. If you would like an explanation of the points system please click on PIAA Points. If you would like to see the entire list of teams in the playoff hunt please click here: PIAA District One 5A.

Upper Darby improvises on both sides in handling Strath Haven

October 14, 2017

By Matt Chandik

 As the Upper Darby sideline pleaded its case, four officials converged together. A few yards away, a yellow flag ominously laid on the field for the Royals, effectively serving as a wet blanket to the great play that would have sealed the game.Upper Darby quarterback Josh Gouch had just bobbled the snap, regained it, danced through a maze of bodies at the line of scrimmage before engaging a would-be tackler. Gouch then spied Na’Sir Greer on the outside and zipped a bubble screen to him, Greer racing 28 yards to the Strath Haven 5-yard line.

The flag came out for an illegal forward pass, thus inciting the Royals’ rebuttal that it was a good lateral. Moments later, the referees picked up the flag, Quaran Davis dashed into the end zone on the next play and Upper Darby had iced its 21-7 Central League win over the Panthers.

A lot of drama in a brief moment, sure, but one of the Royals’ bread-and-butter plays came through when they needed it to.

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A note on archived articles

September 03, 2015

By 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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