A fight that broke out in the stands during the Olney and West Philadelphia football game Friday night has resulted in both teams forfeiting the remainder of their respective seasons.
Conwell-Egan and West Catholic highlights
The Eagles held off the Burrs, 21-13, the same way they have vanquished teams all season, with a balanced attack from key contributors on both sides of the ball.
Senior running back and safety Patrick Garwo headlined with 78 yards and a score on 20 carries.
Conwell-Egan hosts a Catholic League Blue Division matchup with championship implications.
Hart-Hawkins shined at quarterback, and West's defense stymied McDevitt.
Highlights of West Catholic vs. Cardinal O'Hara.
The Burrs offense, led by junior Zahir Booker, got untracked and helped West to a 21-12 Blue Division victory.
The dynamic point guard announced his decision in a video.
His top five choices are Connecticut, Villanova, Miami, Clemson, and Pittsburgh.
Cobbs and Smith led Imhotep's stingy defense against Simon Gratz.
Zymir Cobbs and the Imhotep defense stifle Gratz
Jacir Savoy and Zaire Hart-Hawkins teamed up to give West Catholic a dramatic overtime win Saturday.
Zaire Hart-Hawkins threw the game-winning two-point conversion pass to Jacir Savoy.
Vance led had 175 yards rushing and two touchdowns in the Patriots' win.
Harris, who is on the autism spectrum, is now an assistant coach at King, has a part-time job, and still plans to play college football.
Division I-bound running backs Patrick Garwo of Conwell-Egan and Edward Saydee of Penn Charter had big games but Garwo and the Eagles prevailed.
Elijah Wroten leads Germantown Academy past Gratz