Wilson, Radnor run over and around Strath Haven

Posted on October 31, 2015 in Newspaper.

By Rob Parent Radnor might have been kicking itself after a somewhat stumbling start on offense Friday night against an ailing Strath Haven team. In a tied game in the second quarter, the home-spun but injured Panthers possessing the momentum, it was time for the Raiders to go to a weapon skilled in the art… Read More

The 50 Yard Line – Week 9 – Radnor

Posted on October 28, 2015 in Havenfootball.net.

By Havenstatguys It was one great half of football last week as the Panthers found themselves trailing a 7-1 Upper Darby team at the half by only seven points.  Haven ran the ball effectively, played strong defense and repeatedly found the corners for rushing gains.  If not for a punt directly to #17 Isaiah Bruce… Read More

Week without upsets in District One

Posted on October 28, 2015 in Contributor.

By Joe Stokes The top teams in the AAAA District One playoff race continue to win each week as the regular season comes to a close. Downingtown East, Downingtown West, Quakertown, Upper Dublin, Perkiomen Valley and Spring-Ford are all undefeated with just two games left to play. Unionville with a 6-2 record sits in the… Read More

Bruce keeps piling up the yards as Upper Darby rolls

Posted on October 24, 2015 in Newspaper.

By Matt Chandik There were more than a few surprised people at halftime of the Upper Darby-Strath Haven game Friday night. Considering the spots that the teams occupy in the Central League standings, the thought of seeing the Royals only lead the Panthers by a touchdown raised a few eyebrows. It didn’t go over well… Read More

Crunch time for post season hopes

Posted on October 22, 2015 in Contributor.

By Joe Stokes In a few short weeks both league championships and playoff positions will be set in stone. However the teams on top are sure to shift beginning this weekend. The District One AAAA top seeds held their spots for the most part with victories last weekend. Downingtown East, Downingtown West, Quakertown, Perkiomen Valley,… Read More

The 50 Yard Line – Week 8

Posted on October 21, 2015 in Havenfootball.net.

By Havenfootball.net Staff Anyone who has been watching the Panthers this year has seen a definite change in attitude and determination through the season.  There is no doubt they are improving in their game across the board.  Unfortunately mistakes happen in games and when you play a team as good as Ridley they usually make… Read More

Morris and Morris Lead JV Offense in Win Over Raiders

Posted on October 20, 2015 in Contributor.

By Ruthanne Morris The Offensive Line was winning the battle at the line of scrimmage all day long and Ryan Morris took advantage to score Haven’s first touchdown on a quarterback sneak. The defense made their own statement with a fumble recovery by Sean Daly. In the next series Billy Gaynor led the defensive line holding… Read More

Central League votes on new scheduling format

Posted on October 17, 2015 in Newspaper.

By Matt Smith In response to last week’s vote by the PIAA Board of Directors to expand from four to six classifications, the Central League is making notable changes to its scheduling in 2016. League officials voted Thursday to return to a nine-game schedule, with 10 overall games and one scrimmage. Teams now will have… Read More

What District One will look like next year

Posted on October 17, 2015 in Newspaper.

By Matt Smith Projected PIAA enrollment figures were released for the 2016-18 cycle. With football moving to six classifications next year, here is where every school falls. Note that these are male enrollment numbers and for football only. Class AAAAA (410-607) red is Central League teams Upper Moreland Chichester Radnor Phoenixville Harriton Strath Haven Marple… Read More

Gibbons’ big play carries Ridley to victory

Posted on October 17, 2015 in Newspaper.

By Al Thompson Ridley and Strath Haven each had opportunities to land on their feet during Friday night’s football game between the Central League rivals and it was the Green Raiders who were able to take advantage of those chances, coming away with a 40-21 victory on Homecoming Night at Phil Marion Field. The most… Read More