Strath Haven Football Game Broadcasts
By Matt Smith - On a night Strath Haven paid tribute to its 1999 PIAA championship team, the 2019 edition faced a Ridley team it hadn’t beaten in 15 years. - Talk about pressure … - “We were fired up all day at school,” big lineman Sam Burk Jr.
By Bob Grotz - Strath Haven settled a score with Interboro, and in spectacular fashion. - John Prochniak scored three touchdowns Friday night, including one off a 75-yard scamper, to power the Panthers to a 42-14 triumph over the Bucs,
Sun Valley's Julz Kelly makes an amazing catch for a 20-yard pick up in the second quarter as Jake Fisher of Strath Haven defends. Photo by Pete Bannon, Medianews group - By Matt Smith - Cardinal O’Hara lineman Louie Perri was overwhelmed with pr...
Rustin QB Will Pileggi looks for running room in a game in September. Pileggi led the Golden Knights to a 42-6 win over Academy Park in the District 1 Class 5A quarterfinal Saturday night. (DFM File) - By Matt Smith -
By Matthew DeGeorge - In the conditions at Knight Park Friday night, any handoff or throw ranked somewhere between treacherous and impossible. So whenever feasible, the Academy Park offense figured to simplify things with as few changing of hands for ...
By Rich Flanagan - With two weeks left in the season, Strath Haven had a decision to make. After dropping four straight Central League games, the Panthers sat two games under .500, but the final two weeks presented a unique opportunity.
By Matthew DeGeorge - John Wilson’s summer homework for his junior year was a little different. After his family moved from the Northern Highlands Regional School District in Allendale, N.J., Wilson had plenty to catch up on at his new school,
By Anthony SanFilippo - On Monday night, Jake Ruane was sitting on his couch watching the Washington Redskins play the New Orleans Saints. In that game, he saw Saints quarterback Drew Brees throw a 62-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter to Tre-...
By Matt Smith - Jack Bakey has put in countless hours of preparation, both in the film room and at practice.He needn’t worry about living up to the lofty expectations that comes with playing quarterback at Ridley High School.
By Todd Orodenker - The second quarter was three minutes old and Radnor had run three plays from scrimmage. Things, you might say, were not going as planned.Previous versions of the Raiders would have crumbled in this situation. This group did not.