Sunday, November 27, 2011

3 Games, 9 Days

by Jeff Fisher
Pennsylvania High School Football Huddle

In my research, Easton, and in some years Phillipsburg (New Jersey), are the only teams in America that play three high school football games in just eight days.

Yes, think about that; 3 in 9!!

First, the reason for the plethora of games in nine days.

It simple, Easton and their across the Delaware River rival Phillipsburg, play a Thanksgiving Day rivalry game that will NEVER be moved.  Couple that with the fact that Easton's second round district playoff game is played on the Friday before the Turkey Day match-up that annually attracts 14,000 fans to Lafayette College.

If Easton wins the second round district game, the Red Rovers know they'll be playing for a district championship the following Saturday; two days after playing P'burg on Thanksgiving morning.

So you may think that there's  enough moving parts that Easton wouldn't have to worry about the 3 in 9 equation very much.

Think again!

Last night's Easton played Nazareth, it's third game in nine days for the District 11 championship.  And, yes, second in three.

It was also the third straight year that Easton has played 3 in 9.

One other point, Easton head coach Steve Shiffert NEVER rests his starters against Phillipsburg; the game is too big!

One thing the Rovers have never been able to pull-off the sweep, meaning a perfect 3-0.  Last year, the Rovers were upset 3-0 in overtime in the snow on Thanksgiving Day, but bounced back to beat Whitehall two days later to win the district championship.

Last night, Easton, fresh of a Thanksgiving Day win over Phillipsburg, the Rovers were going after a perfect three games in nine days.  A win would give them a third straight district title, plus a berth in next week's Class AAAA state quarterfinals.

At the start, it looked like Easton would finally end the nine day stretch with a trio of wins.

The Red Rover jumped-out to a 14-point lead against Nazareth, but couldn't hold-on.  In the end, Nazareth won its first district crown with a 28-21 win on its home field.

Some say, Easton's quest for a state title will always be hampered by its desire not to move the Thanksgiving Day.

Having witnessed Easton's 3 in 9 several times, I'm here to tell you there isn't a bigger feat on the high school gridiron.  What the Easton kids and coaches go through during this stretch is magical.

Did Easton get its third straight gold Saturday?   No, but, I will tell you that I think they deserve a gold medal for choosing to keep its tradition alive with Phillipsburg over playing only two games in eight or nine days.

I salute you Rover Nation!!

Congrats on an 11-3 season and upholding the true tradition and spirit of high school athletic competition!

Pennsylvania HIgh School Football Scores - Playoffs/3rd Round

Pennsylvania High School Football Scores
Saturday, November 26, 2011


Playoffs
3rd Round/1st Round of States

Class AAAA
North Allegheny 28, Upper St. Clair 21, OT
State College 33, University Prep 32
Nazareth 28, Easton 21

Class AAA
Pottsgrove 42, Phoenixville 13
Montour 42, Knoch 14

Class AA
Aliquippa 14, Jeannette 7
Hickory 35, General McLane 13

Class A 
Penns Manor 40, Bellwood-Antis 14
Clairton 42, Sto-Rox 6
Port Allegany 35, Clarion 34
Pius X 55, Calvary Christian 20

Friday, November 25, 2011

Pennsylvania HIgh School Football Scores - Playoffs/3rd Round

Pennsylvania High School Football Scores
Friday, November 25, 2011


Playoffs
3rd Round/1st Round of States

Class AAAA 
Council Rock South 38, Garnet Valley 24
North Penn 27, Pennsbury 3
Central Dauphin 28, Central York 21
West Lawn Wilson 20, Cumberland Valley 14

Class AAA
Harrisburg Bishop McDevitt 42, Red Land 7
Lampeter-Strasburg 24, West York 13
Grove City 33, Erie Cathedral Prep 0
Shamokin 27, Clearfield 26, OT
Allentown Central Catholic 61, Valley View 54

Class AA 
Lancaster Catholic 21, Wyomissing 14
Mount Carmel 28, Bloomsburg 0
Moniteau 39, Oliver 12
Pen Argyl 50, Wilkes-Barre GAR 20
Tyrone 46, Richland 21

Class A 
Columbia 36, Camp Hill 20
Sharpsville 21, West Middlesex 13
Southern Columbia 45, Old Forge 34

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Pius X Wins District XI Class A Title

by Jeff Fisher
Pennsylvania High School Football Huddle

Sometimes things can't be explained; like why was today's District XI Class A playoff game played on what would have been the 80th birthday of the man that the Pius X Royals dedicated their season to.

The Royals have dedicated the 2011 season to their longtime fan John "Pappy" Hildabrant, who passed away during preseason camp in August.  Today, the Royals went after District XI Class A gold against Shenandoah Valley at Nazareth on what would have been "Pappy's" 80th birthday.

With the memory of "Pappy" in their minds and his name on the back of their helmets, the Royals dismantled the Blue Devils 50-12.  The Royals finished second in the district the past two years.

The Royals were led by quarterback A.J. Long and Boise Ross.  Long, who broke the record for TDs in a season (37), was 10 of 17 for 206 yards and two touchdowns.  The sophomore QB also rushed for 173 yards on 13 carries and two scores.

Ross, a junior, scored three touchdowns; he only had six touches, but put-up 276 yards in total offense.  Ross caught four passes for 166 yards and two touchdowns and carried the ball twice for 110 yards and a touchdown.

The Royals finished the game with 562 yards in total offense.

Next week, Pius X will play Calvary Christian in the opening round of the PIAA state playoffs.

When the Royals returned to their home base of Roseto, the entire team stopped at the Mount Carmel Cemetery to place a gold medal at Pappy's gravesite.

Pennsylvania High School Football Scores
Saturday, November 19, 2011

Playoffs
2nd Round

Class AAAA
University Prep 14 Allderdice 0
State College 42 Erie Strong Vincent 31

Class AAA
Clearfield 29 Johnstown 23
Valley View 18 Dallas 12

Class AA
Pen Argyl 26 Northern Lehigh 7
General McLane 21 Wilmington 18
Hickory 35 North East 0

Class A
Pius X 50 Shenandoah Valley 12
Port Allegany 49 Brockway 21

Pennsylvania HIgh School Football Scores - Playoffs/2nd Round

by Jeff Fisher
Pennsylvania High School Football Huddle


It's a known fact that the WPIAL teams have a tough road to the state tournament.  Especially in the Class AAAA bracket where some of the state's best beat-up on each other for the right for WPIAL gold and automatic berth into the state semifinals.

Last night, nationally-ranked Pittsburgh Central Catholic (#12 USA Today) saw its perfect season go up-in-smoke with a 28-14 loss to Upper St. Clair in the semifinals.  Playing without its starting quarterback, Dakota Conwell, USC used first-time starter Pete Coughlin, who rushed for 209 yards and passed for 61 to hand the Vikings their second straight WPIAL semifinal loss.



The win the 354th of Jim Render's career, who is third on the state's all-time wins list.

Next week, Upper St. Clair will play defending state champ North Allegheny for the WPIAL AAAA title.

In Pottsville last night, Allentown Central Catholic's Kevin Gulyas became the state's all-time leading receiver in catches and yards in the Vikings 49-7 District XI championship game win over Pottsville.

Gulyas, who had 11 receptions for 163 yards, now has 232 catches in his career for 3,726 yards.

The defending Class AAA champs advance to the state quarterfinals where they'll face the winner of Saturday's game between Dallas and Valley View.

After a 5-5 regular season, the Vikings have outscored their playoff opponents 104-28.

Class AAAA 
Council Rock South 31, Downingtown East 19
Garnet Valley 52, Central Bucks South 48
North Penn 21, Neshaminy 7
Pennsbury 42, Coatesville 21
Central Dauphin 35, Cedar Cliff 32
Central York 27, Governor Mifflin 21
Cumberland Valley 42, South Western 21
West Lawn Wilson 27, Daniel Boone 7
Easton 29, Scranton 20
Nazareth 63, Parkland 27
North Allegheny 21, Gateway 17
Upper St. Clair 28, Pittsburgh Central Catholic 14


Class AAA
Phoenixville 28, Academy Park 27
Pottsgrove 29, Strath Haven 28
Harrisburg Bishop McDevitt 70, Conrad Weiser 21
Lampeter-Strasburg 35, Shippensburg 0
Red Land 56, Palmyra 28
West York 42, Susquehanna Township 14
Shamokin 21, Milton 20
Erie Cathedral Prep 49, Meadville 7
Grove City 49, Erie East 0
Allentown Central Catholic 49, Pottsville 7
Knoch 9, Franklin Regional 7
Montour 21, Central Valley 14


Class AA 
Wilkes-Barre GAR 53, Wyoming Area 44
Lancaster Catholic 60, Trinity 7
Wyomissing 34, Bermudian Springs 7
Bloomsburg 35, Towanda 20
Mount Carmel 19, Lewisburg 13
Moniteau 26, Karns City 12
Philadelphia West Catholic 28, Springfield Montco 7
Tyrone 39, Penn Cambria 6
Aliquippa 35, Greensburg Central Catholic 0
Jeannette 40, Seton-LaSalle 14


Class A 
Old Forge 47, Riverside 6
Camp Hill 27, York Catholic 0
Columbia 42, Millersburg 0
Southern Columbia 35, Line Mountain 14
North Star 28, Windber 14
Bellwood-Antis 11, Bishop McCort 10
Sharpsville 36, Farrell 0
West Middlesex 44, Mercer 34
Clairton 43, Rochester 7
Sto-Rox 12, Bishop Canevin 10


Eastern Conference Playoffs

Division I Championship
Mahanoy Area 47, Pottsville Nativity 0

Division II Championship
North Penn 34, Tamaqua 28

Division III Championship
Berwick 57, Southern Lehigh 46

Division IV Champonship
Bethlehem Liberty 42, Whitehall 35

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Pennsylvania HIgh School Football Scores - Playoffs/1st Round

by Jeff Fisher
Pennsylvania High School Football Huddle


I returned to Pennsylvania on Thursday to work on the final part of my documentary called Roseto's Royals that examines the deep relationship between the small community of Roseto, just south of the Poconos, and its high school football team, the Pius X Royals.

Today, I took-in two games on a perfect day for high school football.

First, I watched the top-seeded Royals advanced to the District XI Class A championship game for the third year in a row with a 42-14 defeat of Williams Valley.  The Royals offense was firing on all-cylinders scoring 42 points on only 36 offensive plays.

Pius amassed 499 yards in total offense on those 36 plays.  The Royals were led by sophomore quarterback A.J. Long, who threw three TD passes; two to senior Drake Freeman.

The Royals will meet Shenandoah next Saturday in the championship game.

In Minersville, I watched Shenandoah bounce back from a 19-6 third quarter deficit to beat the Battlin' Miners to advance to the school's first District XI Class A title game in five years.   The Blue Devils scored three fourth quarter TDs to knock-off the home team 26-25.


On a fun note, Minersville Park, which is now the site of a strip mall called King's Plaza, was the home field of the NFL's Pottsville Maroons in the 1920s.  After the game, I actually ate with the Pius X coaching staff at Palmero's, which is located in King's Plaza.

For those of you that don't know, many believe the Maroons won the 1925 NFL championship, but the team was stripped of the title a week after beating the Chicago Cardinals 21-7 on December 6, 1925.  Back then, the NFL, in its infancy, actually based the title on winning percentage; there was no playoff system.  After the December 6th win, the Maroons owned a 10-2 record, while the Cardinals were 9-2-1, including their loss to Pottsville.

December 6th was supposed signal the end of the season, but the NFL allowed the Cardinals to play two more games (both wins) after the loss to the Maroons.  Those two wins, coupled with the fact that NFL commissioner Joseph Carr suspended the Maroons for playing an exhibition game in Philadelphia earlier in the year.

The suspension was based on the fact that the NFL had warned the Maroons that they couldn't play the exhibition game in Philly against a team of former University of Notre Dame football stars.  The Maroons played the game, which the NFL said infringed upon the territory rights of the Frankford Yellow Jackets (now the Philadelphia Eagles).

The suspension meant the Maroons couldn't finish their schedule, so the NFL awarded the championship to the Cardinals with an 11-2-1 record.  To the Cardinals' credit, the team's owner refused to accept the title.  However, in 1933 when the Bidwell family bought the Cardinals, Charles Bidwell publicly took credit for the title.

Some say the claiming of the 1925 title has placed a curse on the Cardinals, who are still owned by the Bidwell family, but have only won one other title back in 1947.

Sorry for digressing, but it thinks it's cool to know that the NFL once played in a 5,000 to 6,000 seat high school football stadium in the tiny town of Minersville that at the last census had a little over 4,500 residents.

Pennsylvania High School Football Scores
Saturday, November 12, 2011

Playoffs
1st Round

AAAA
Central York 35 Red Lion 13
North Penn 48 Bayard Rustin 21
Erie Strong Vincent 42 Mifflin County 21
George Washington 20 Frankford 13

AAA
Dobbins-Randolph 42 Boys' Latin Charter 12
Archbishop Wood 42 Monsignor Bonner 14
Dallas 39 Scranton Prep 6
Clearfield 28 St. Mary's 7

AA
Moniteau 40 Sheffield 0
Karns City 40 Brookville 25
Wyomissing 49 Littlestown 26
Penn Cambria 14 Forest Hills 12
Richland 50 Ligonier Valley 12
General McLane 54 Greenville 32
Hickory 33 Northwestern-Erie 12
Pen Argyl 49 Pine Grove 13
Northern Lehigh 28 North Schuylkill 0
Wilkes-Barre GAR 41 Lakeland 21
West Catholic 30 Bok 23

A
Pius X 42 Williams Valley 14
Shenandoah Valley 26 Minersville 25
Port Allegany 37 Union-Rimersburg 8
Bishop McCort 46 Marion Center 16
Windber 34 Northern Bedford 7
Moshannon Valley 21 Juniata Valley 9

Eastern Conference Playoffs
AAAA Semifinal
Bethlehem Liberty 35, Wallenpaupack 34

Regular Season
Caravel Academy (DE) 35, Chester 0
Haverford School 16, Episcopal Academy 7
Lawrenceville (NJ) 42, The Hill School 15
Lower Merion 21, Radnor 14
Malvern Prep 23, Chestnut Hill 0
Mastery Charter North 36, Morrisville 6
Penn Charter 54, Germantown Academy 7

Friday, November 11, 2011

Pennsylvania HIgh School Football Scores - Playoffs/1st Round

by Jeff Fisher
Pennsylvania High School Football Huddle


Hopewell's Rushel Shell's career is over, but not before he set a couple of records Friday night in his team's 24-21 loss to top-ranked Aliquippa in the WPIAL Class AA semifinals.

Shell rushed for 292 yards to set a new national record for consecutive games with more than 100-yards rushing.  It was the Pitt recruit's 39th straight game above the century mark.

The 6-foot, 215-pounder also became Pennsylvania all-time leading rusher, ending his career with 9,078 yards, which moved him ahead of Jeremiah Young of Steelton-Highspire, who ran for 9,027 yards from 2004 to 2007.

Pennsylvania High School Football Scores
Friday, November 11, 2011

Playoffs
1st Round

Class AAAA
Central Bucks South 52, Plymouth-Whitemarsh 24
Coatesville 60, Spring-Ford 28
Council Rock South 34, Upper Dublin 7
Downingtown East 28, West Chester Henderson 17
Garnet Valley 28, Ridley 6
Neshaminy 28, Unionville 0
Pennsbury 35, Abington 24
Cedar Cliff 42, Exeter 38
Central Dauphin 30, Central Dauphin East 0
Cumberland Valley 51, Dallastown Area 22
Daniel Boone 21, Chambersburg 20
Governor Mifflin 35, Hempfield 7
South Western 42, Manheim Township 35
West Lawn Wilson 38, Penn Manor 17
Easton 35, Bethlehem Freedom 28
Nazareth 43, Delaware Valley 28
Parkland 38, Stroudsburg 10
Scranton 36, Wyoming Valley West 7
La Salle 16 Philadelphia Roman Catholic 6
Gateway 34, Penn-Trafford 9
North Allegheny 35, Seneca Valley 10
Pittsburgh Central Catholic 31, Mount Lebanon 14
Upper St. Clair 21, Erie McDowell 14

Class AAA
Academy Park 35, Springfield Delco 10
Phoenixville 44, Interboro 20
Pottsgrove 44, Pope John Paul II 19
Strath Haven 31, Marple Newtown 7
Valley View 49, Crestwood 7
Conrad Weiser 36, Garden Spot 8
Harrisburg Bishop McDevitt 49, Donegal 14
Lampeter-Strasburg 42, Northern York 6
Palmyra 34, Manheim Central 31, OT
Red Land 42, Hershey 41, 3OT
Shippensburg 10, Greencastle Antrim 7
Susquehanna Township 45, Dover 40
West York 14, Northeastern 7
Milton 49, Columbia Montour Vo-Tech 13
Shamokin 39, Shikellamy 25
Erie East 27, Corry 16
Meadville 43, Slippery Rock 7
Allentown Central Catholic 55, East Stroudsburg North 21
Pottsville 35, Bangor 13
Central Valley 44, Ringgold 28
Franklin Regional 24, Hopewell 21
Knoch 31, Thomas Jefferson 9
Montour 31, West Mifflin 7

Class AA
Wyoming Area 35, Mid Valley 28
Bermudian Springs 47, Schuylkill Valley 21
Camp Hill Trinity 49, Delone 27
Lancaster Catholic 61, Boiling Springs 7
Bloomsburg 48, Mifflinburg 21
Lewisburg 35, Athens 7
Mount Carmel 35, Montoursville 10
Towanda 35, Danville 20
Springfield Monco 34, Imhotep Charter 7
Philipsburg-Osceola 34, Chestnut Ridge 33, OT
Tyrone 34, Bedford 14
Aliquippa 36, Washington 6
Greensburg Central Catholic 18, Ellwood City 15
Jeannette 35, Shady Side Academy 14
Seton-LaSalle 21, South Fayette 13

Class A
Old Forge 10, Lackawanna Trail 7
Riverside 14, Dunmore 13
Line Mountain 38, Canton 0
Southern Columbia 55, Sayre 7
North Star 14, Berlin-Brothersvalley 0
Bellwood-Antis 35, Blairsville 21
Penns Manor 36, Northern Cambria 6
Brockway 24, Redbank 10
Clarion 22, Elk County Catholic 20
Coudersport 28, Curwensville 27
Farrell 28, Mercyhurst Prep 25
Mercer 48, Saegertown 20
Sharpsville 48, Cambridge Springs 0
West Middlesex 47, Youngsville 0
Bishop Canevin 16, Fort Cherry 6
Clairton 34, Springdale 20
Rochester 26, Avonworth 22
Sto-Rox 40, Brentwood 0

Eastern Conference Playoffs
Class AAAA
Whitehall 55, Pocono Mountain East 0

Class AAA
Berwick 29, Wilkes-Barre Coughlin 28
Southern Lehigh 27, Blue Mountain 24

Class AA
North Penn 48, Hughesville 21
Tamaqua 33, Catasauqua 32

Class A
Mahanoy Area 41, Northwest Area 0
Pottsville Nativity 17, Bucktail 0

Regular Season
Archbishop Ryan 31, Central Bucks West 14
Boyertown 33, Great Valley 28
Hamburg 54, Annville-Cleona 21
Hatboro-Horsham 25, Cheltenham 0
Northampton 42, East Stroudsburg South 27
Quakertown 31, Saucon Valley 7
Red Lion Christian Academy (DE) 47, Souderton 7
Upper Darby 33, Penn Wood 0
West Chester East 48, Sun Valley 13
William Tennent 28, Pottstown 13

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Germantown Academy-Penn Charter Rivalry Turns 125 Years Old This Weekend

by Jeff Fisher
Pennsylvania High School Football Huddle

The Keystone State's oldest high school football rivalry renews for the 125th time on Saturday when Germantown Academy squares-off with Penn Charter.

These two first met on November 18, 1887.  The rivalry is known as America's longest continuous high school football game.  Germantown Academy won the first game 20-6, but trails the overall series.  Penn Charter, which brings a ten game win streak into the match-up, leads the all-time series 80-33 with 11 ties.

Here's a look at some of the state's other active rivalry games, according to start date:

1887 - The Hill School (Pottstown) vs. Lawrenceville School (NJ)
1892 - Northeast (Philadelphia) vs. Central (Philadelphia)
1893 - Bradford vs. Olean (NY)
1893 - Pottsville vs. Reading
1893 - Mt. Carmel vs. Shamokin
1897 - Lower Merion vs. Radnor
1899 - Mahanoy Area vs. Shenandoah Valley
1906 - Easton vs. Phillipsburg (NJ)

Sunday, November 06, 2011

Pennsylvania HIgh School Football Scores - Week 10

Pennsylvania High School Football Scores
Saturday, November 5, 2011

Playoffs


Class AAAA 
District 2/4/11
Frankford 37, Philadelphia Central 12
Philadelphia George Washington 36, Germantown 20

Class AAA 
District 1/12
Dobbins 28, Gratz 12
Latin Charter 30, West Philadelphia 0

Class AA 
District 1/12
Bok 22, Imhotep Charter 19

Class A 
District 5
Berlin-Brothersvalley 42, Conemaugh Township 7

Philly Catholic League
Philadelphia Roman Catholic 45, St. Joseph's Prep 17
Archbishop Wood 55, Archbishop Carroll 6



Regular Season
Allentown Allen 25, Allentown Dieruff 21
Bethlehem Freedom 45, Bethlehem Liberty 42
Brashear def. Langley, forfeit
Crestwood 28, Wilkes-Barre Coughlin 16
Easton 55, Bethlehem Catholic 6
Episcopal Academy 13, Germantown Academy 10
Harrisburg Bishop McDevitt 44, Harrisburg 13
Lackawanna Trail 35, Scranton Holy Cross 7
Malvern Prep 17, Haverford School 14
Mercersburg Academy 29, Kiski School 23
Methacton 35, Pottstown 7
New Hope-Solebury 16, Lower Moreland 13
Ridley 42, Lower Merion 0
Scranton Prep 22, West Scranton 16
Tatnall (DE) 28, Academy of the New Church 25
Tunkhannock 33, Holy Redeemer 22
Wilkes-Barre GAR 38, Wilkes-Barre Meyers 6

Saturday, November 05, 2011

Pennsylvania HIgh School Football Scores - Week 10

Pennsylvania High School Football Scores
Friday, November 4, 2011

Playoffs

Class AAAA 

District 2/4/11
La Salle 26, Father Judge 16

Class A 
District 5
Northern Bedford 40, Meyersdale 20
District 6
Blairsville 48, West Branch 20
Marion Center 35, Saltsburg 7
Moshannon Valley 27, Claysburg-Kimmel 18
Northern Cambria 24, Glendale 7

WPIAL Class AAAA
Erie McDowell 42, McKeesport 7
Gateway 52, Shaler 13
Mount Lebanon 28, Woodland Hills 21
North Allegheny 53, Fox Chapel 20
Penn-Trafford 21, Bethel Park 0
Pittsburgh Central Catholic 42, Peters Township 14
Seneca Valley 30, Penn Hills 13
Upper St. Clair 42, Connellsville 0

WPIAL Class AAA
Central Valley 60, Laurel Highlands 20
Franklin Regional 28, Belle Vernon 14
Hopewell 41, Indiana 13
Knoch 28, West Allegheny 7
Montour 55, Chartiers Valley 20
Ringgold 14, Highlands 10
Thomas Jefferson 34, Greensburg Salem 28
West Mifflin 21, Mars 8

WPIAL Class AA
Aliquippa 44, Steel Valley 14
Ellwood City 33, Freeport 26
Greensburg Central Catholic 24, Ford City 3
Jeannette 46, Burrell 14
Seton-LaSalle 48, East Allegheny 12
Shady Side Academy 35, Beaver Area 21
South Fayette 24, Beaver Falls 14
Washington 30, Mount Pleasant 14

WPIAL Class A
Avonworth 28, California 16
Bishop Canevin 27, Chartiers-Houston 23
Brentwood 20, Western Beaver 12
Clairton 54, Cornell 0
Fort Cherry 33, Bethlehem Center 14
Rochester 48, Northgate 22
Springdale 65, Monessen 30
Sto-Rox 69, Frazier 25

Regular Season
Abington 28, William Tennent 0
Abraham Lincoln 26, Fels 22
Academy Park 33, Chichester 13
Allegheny-Clarion Valley 18, Conneaut Valley 16
Allentown Central Catholic 46, Emmaus 7
Athens 30, Sayre Area 21
Bald Eagle Area 28, Bellefonte 6
Bartram 32, Furness 12
Bedford 41, Chestnut Ridge 15
Bensalem 20, Harry S. Truman 6
Bermudian Springs 35, Biglerville 20
Berwick 30, Hazleton Area 27
Bloomsburg 48, Central Columbia 21
Boyertown 46, Owen J Roberts 14
Bucktail 48, Carson Long 18
Cambria Heights 20, Somerset 6
Cambridge Springs 12, Iroquois 7
Camp Hill 14, East Pennsboro 13
Camp Hill Trinity 48, Boiling Springs 20
Canton 26, Troy 7
Catasauqua 28, Northwestern Lehigh 27
Cedar Cliff 34, Mechanicsburg 24
Central Bucks South 61, Central Bucks East 40
Central Bucks West 23, Hatboro-Horsham 12
Central Dauphin 42, Chambersburg 14
Central Martinsburg 40, Everett 0
Chestnut Hill 28, Penn Charter 14
Clearfield 35, Huntingdon 7
Coatesville 29, Avon Grove 6
Cocalico 35, Solanco 21
Communications Tech 24, Benjamin Franklin 6
Conestoga 30, Upper Darby 27
Corry 27, Warren 22
Council Rock South 17, Council Rock North 10
Cumberland Valley 42, Carlisle 7
Dallas 42, Lake-Lehman 7
Daniel Boone 19, Exeter 6
Danville 42, Warrior Run 21
Delaware Valley 35, Wallenpaupack 3
Delone 48, Hanover 6
Donegal 49, Columbia 34
Dover 62, Susquehannock 13
Downingtown West 42, Bishop Shanahan 20
Dubois 52, Bradford 21
Dunmore 28, Riverside 0
East Stroudsburg North 39, East Stroudsburg South 6
Eastern York 40, York County Tech 10
Erie Cathedral Prep 35, Erie East 0
Fleetwood 48, Kutztown 22
Garnet Valley 37, Haverford 13
General McLane 61, Franklin 33
Glen Mills 35, Chester 6
Governor Mifflin 46, Conrad Weiser 7
Great Valley 53, Sun Valley 35
Greater Johnstown 23, Forest Hills 17
Greencastle Antrim 41, Big Spring 22
Halifax 34, Newport 6
Harbor Creek 40, Erie Central 0
Hershey 34, Lower Dauphin 20
Honesdale 41, Carbondale 7
Hughesville 30, Muncy 14
Interboro 43, Penn Wood 14
Jersey Shore 14, Central Mountain 0
Karns City 46, Clarion 28
Keystone 35, Johnsonburg 6
Lakeland 30, Western Wayne 20
Lakeview 40, Kennedy Catholic 0
Lampeter-Strasburg 28, Conestoga Valley 16
Lancaster Catholic 51, ELCO 7
Lancaster McCaskey 22, Ephrata 15
Lebanon 20, Elizabethtown 13
Lehighton 55, Jim Thorpe 6
Lewisburg 28, Mifflinburg 9
Line Mountain 34, Pine Grove 28
Littlestown 47, Fairfield 12
Manheim Central 14, Garden Spot 7
Martin Luther King 34, Del-Valley Charter 14
Meadville 55, Titusville 0
Mercer 42, West Middlesex 6
Mercyhurst Prep 48, Maplewood 7
Mid Valley 43, Montrose 0
Mifflin County 32, Blue Mountain 27
Milton 42, Shikellamy 7
Milton Hershey 43, Palmyra 26
Minersville 56, Panther Valley 33
Montoursville 14, Loyalsock 0
Mount Carmel 20, Shamokin 7
Muhlenberg 26, Reading 25
Nanticoke Area 28, Hanover Area 21
Nazareth 49, Northampton 13
Neshaminy 24, Pennsbury 7
North East 14, Fort Leboeuf 11
North Penn 27, Pennridge 7
North Penn-Blossburg 42, Wellsboro 6
North Schuylkill 37, Millersburg 14
Northeastern 55, Kennard-Dale 28
Northern Lebanon 33, Pequea Valley 6
Northern Lehigh 41, Palmerton 12
Northern York 20, West Perry 12
Northwest Area 56, Columbia Montour Vo-Tech 0
Old Forge 22, Susquehanna 15
Oliver 34, Westinghouse 6
Otto-Eldred 44, Cowanesque Valley 6
Parkland 22, Whitehall 13
Pen Argyl 35, Bangor 24
Penn Cambria 37, Westmont Hilltop 7
Penn Manor 42, Cedar Crest 7
Penncrest 28, Radnor 21
Penns Valley 28, Mount Union 27
Philadelphia Northeast 39, Prep Charter 0
Philipsburg-Osceola 21, Ligonier Valley 14
Pittston Area 24, Wyoming Area 21
Pius X 40, East Juniata 14
Plymouth-Whitemarsh 32, Norristown 0
Pottsgrove 47, Phoenixville 7
Pottsville 27, Twin Valley 0
Punxsutawney 35, West Shamokin 6
Red Land 31, Susquehanna Township 19
Red Lion 27, Dallastown Area 24
Reynolds 26, Seneca 6
Richland 28, Central Cambria 14
Ridgway 35, Clarion-Limestone 0
Saucon Valley 20, Palisades 6
Schuylkill Valley 48, Hamburg 33
Scranton 19, Abington Heights 10
Sharon 44, Oil City 15
Sharpsville 47, Linesville 20
Shenandoah Valley 39, Mahanoy Area 34
Shippensburg 37, Gettysburg 13
Slippery Rock 23, Greenville 12
Souderton 41, Quakertown 17
South Western 54, Spring Grove 21
South Williamsport 35, Montgomery 16
Southern Columbia 42, Selinsgrove 0
Southern Lehigh 36, Salisbury 12
Spring-Ford 42, Perkiomen Valley 28
Springfield Delco 17, Marple Newtown 12
Springfield Monco 41, Jenkintown 0
St. Andrew's, Del. 25, Perkiomen School 14
State College 34, Central Dauphin East 27
Steelton-Highspire 36, Schuylkill Haven 28
Strath Haven 64, Harriton 28
Stroudsburg 35, Pleasant Valley 7
Susquenita 21, Middletown 14
Tamaqua 21, Marian Catholic 13
Towanda 41, Wyalusing 6
Tri-Valley 28, Upper Dauphin 27
Tyrone 42, Juniata 14
Union City 21, Eisenhower 18
Unionville 28, Kennett 0
University Prep 12, Perry Traditional Academy 0
Upper Moreland 21, Upper Merion 7
Upper Perkiomen 30, Pope John Paul II 7
Valley View 48, North Pocono 7
Waynesboro 36, James Buchanan 29
West Chester East 41, Oxford 14
West Chester Henderson 42, Downingtown East 20
West Chester Rustin 33, Octorara 6
West Lawn Wilson 40, Warwick 14
West York 28, New Oxford 0
Williams Valley 25, Annville-Cleona 0
Wilmington 28, Northwestern 0
Wilson 47, Notre Dame-Green Pond 17
Wissahickon 21, Cheltenham 0
Wyoming Valley West 49, Williamsport 18
Wyomissing 35, Berks Catholic 0
York Suburban 48, York Catholic 14
Youngsville 48, Saegertown 22

Philly Catholic League
Semifinal
Monsignor Bonner 20, Cardinal O'Hara 14