By Matt Smith
Academy Park coach Jason Vosheski knows the cards are stacked against his Knights, who face mighty Imhotep Charter in the PIAA Class AAA quarterfinal round Friday night at Plymouth-Whitemarsh.
“They’re good all over,” Vosheski said of Imhotep, which defeated reigning state champion Archbishop Wood for the District 12 Class AAA title last week. “They’re good running the ball and good passing the ball. Our main focus is try and play as disciplined as we can and do the things that have worked for us. We’re not going to try and recreate the wheel and do something that we’re not. We did that in the past and it didn’t work out too well.”
The challenge of facing their toughest challenge to date doesn’t deter Vosheski or his players. They’re going to be prepared, as they have been throughout a historic season of football on Calcon Hook road in Sharon Hill.
“We’re going to be us, we’re going to coach our kids up and we’re going to play a football game,” Vosheski said.