Archive: November, 2012
Vaux features senior Rysheed Jordan and sophomore Sammy Foreman.
Here's their Public League A Division schedule:
Jan 3. at Boys' Latin, 3:15
Jarrett McClenton scored a pair of touchdowns to lead Archbishop Wood to an easy 49-28 win over Bok in the District 12 Class AAA championship game at Northeast.
He rushed for a 56-yard touchdown in the second quarter before returning a kickoff 96-yards for a touchdown later in the quarter.
McClenton's 79-yard sprint helped set up Josh Messina's nine-yard touchdown in the first half. Tyler Smith added a touchdown in the third quarter.
Villa Maria's 22-game winning streak was snapped on Saturday afternoon as the Hurricanes fell to Crestwood, 1-0, in the PIAA Class AA state field hockey final.
Marissa Surdy scored three minutes into the game off a penalty corner and Crestwood held on the rest of the way.
It's Villa Maria's first loss since an Aug. 31 season-opening loss to Notre Dame.
Moon Township scored in the first half on Saturday en route to dropping Archbishop Wood, 1-0, in the PIAA AA girls' soccer state final.
In their last two games, the Vikings had been on the other end of the shutout as they blanked Saucon Valley and Northern York to reach the title game. It's just the second time this season that Wood has been shutout.
More to come from The Inquirer's Kate Harman.
Sean Engle nailed a 31-yard field goal with just less than three minutes left Friday night to pull fourth-seeded West Chester Henderson past host Pottsgrove, 31-28, in the District 1 Class AAA football semifinals.
The loss was top-seeded Pottsgrove’s first of the season.
Sixth-seeded Pennsbury missed a potential game-tying extra point on Friday with 1 minute, 45 seconds left, and host No. 3 Pennridge escaped with a 28-27 win in the District 1 Class AAAA football quarterfinal.
Pennsbury was down by 28-7 in the third quarter before fighting its way back into the game.Breon Clark punched home a 1-yard touchdown late in the third, and Daquan Mack added another in the fourth.
Juwan Johnson and Ronnie James each scored two touchdowns as Glassboro piled up the game’s first 42 points Friday night en route to a 42-6 victory over Pennsville in a South Jersey Group 1 football quarterfinal.
Glassboro senior Corey Clement ran 11 times for 94 yards, becoming the first South Jersey running back to post consecutive 2,000-yard seasons.
Johnson caught a 39-yard pass from Mike Gillespie to open the scoring, and returned an interception 63 yards. James took back a punt 90 yards and added a 2-yard run for a score.
Sterling won in straight games at home Friday to earn its first girls’ volleyball state title against the defending champion, River Dell.
The Silver Knights captured the first game, 25-18, before putting River Dell away, 25-17, in the second to clinch the Group 2 championship.
Cari Applegate led Sterling to the win with 10 kills. Lori Gorczynski contributed 25 assists.
Melanie Kaiser picked up 12 digs, and Emily Kriebel added seven kills.