Calvary Christian Academy
Pennsbury (5-0), 610 points earned, 122 average
Abington (4-0), 460, 115
Mentioned: Hatboro-Horsham High School | Wissahickon High School | Conestoga High School | Ridley High School | Cardinal Dougherty High School | Perkiomen Valley High School | Council Rock High School South | Norristown Area High School | Calvary Christian Academy | Benjamin Franklin High School | Abington Friends School | West Philadelphia Catholic High School | Strath Haven High School | North Penn High School | Avon Grove High School | Penn Wood High School | Academy Park | Bishop McDevitt | Bok | Boyertown | Bristol | Council Rock North | Del-Val Charter | Downingtown East | Downingtown West | Furness | Garnet Valley | Interboro | Lower Moreland | Marple Newtown | Morrisville | Neshaminy | Owen J. Roberts | Penncrest | Pennsbury | Pottsgrove | Quakertown | St. Pius X | Upper Merion | Upper Perkiomen | High School of the Future | Imhotep Charter | West Chester Henderson | West Chester Rustin
Avery Curley helped Episcopal Academy open up the Inter-Ac League portion of its schedule on a strong note by scoring three goals in a 6-0 win over visiting Germantown Academy.
Curley also added an assist for the Churchwomen (3-4 overall, 1-0 league).
Penn Charter got a pair of second-half goals to break a tie and win, 4-2, at Springside. Dani Bembry, Grace McInerney, Ali Rosen, and Allison Thompson scored for the Quakers.
Katie Gerzabek scored half of Notre Dame’s goals in an 8-1 win over visiting Agnes Irwin.
Mentioned: Baldwin School | Unionville High School | Germantown Friends School | Haverford High School | George School | Conestoga High School | Ridley High School | Perkiomen School | Radnor High School | Calvary Christian Academy | Shipley School, The | Strath Haven High School | St. Basil Academy | Avon Grove High School | Friends Central Upper School | Academy Park | Bishop Shanahan | Bristol | Delco Christian | Friends Select | Garnet Valley | Germantown Academy | Great Valley | Gwynedd-Mercy | Harriton | Kennett | Lansdale Catholic | Marple Newtown | Merion Mercy | Mount St. Joseph | Nazareth Academy | Northeast | Penn Charter | Pottsgrove | Villa Joseph Marie | Westtown | Episcopal Academy | Sacred Heart | Villa Maria | West Chester Rustin
Malvern Prep’s Bobby Hill got behind Frankford’s defense twice in the fourth quarter to seal a 23-20 nonleague road football win yesterday.
With 8 minutes 24 seconds left, Hill sped past the Pioneers for a 20-yard run and caught the two-point conversion pass for the final points of the game.
It was the second of two touchdown runs for Hill, who finished with 89 yards rushing to lead the Friars (2-1).
Hatboro-Horsham got a pair of goals and an assist from Lauren Purvis and upset visiting North Penn, 4-1, in a Suburban One League Continental Conference game.
Purvis assisted on a goal by Sarah Tuftin and Hannah Vogel added a goal for the Hatters who handed the Maidens their first loss of the season.
Elizabeth Sedele was the only North Penn player to get a shot past Maddie Wagenfeld who stopped 14 shots.
Isabelle Campanaro, Ashley Harkins, and Steph Hughes scored unassisted goals to give Northeast a 3-0 win over host Franklin Towne Charter.
Juania Velasquez posted a shutout for the Vikings without facing a shot.
Mentioned: Upper Dublin High School | Hatboro-Horsham High School | Wissahickon High School | Haverford High School | Academy of Notre Dame de Namur | Calvary Christian Academy | North Penn High School | Plymouth Whitemarsh High School | Friends Central Upper School | Springside School | Agnes Irwin | Gwynedd-Mercy | Jenkintown | Lower Merion | Merion Mercy | Mount St. Joseph | Nazareth Academy | Villa Joseph Marie | Washington | Franklin Towne Charter | Sacred Heart | Springfield (M)
Here is Friday's roundup:
Calvary Christian 34, Tower Hill (Del.) 7 — The host Cougars got a three touchdowns from tailback Ian Richardson and dominated throughout.
Mike Reichenbach, the quarterback and son of the Calvary Christian coach and ex-Philadelphia Eagle by the same name, scored on a 60-yard run off a quarterback keeper.
One of Richardson’s touchdowns was a 77-yard kickoff return in the fourth quarter after Tower Hill closed the gap to 28-7.
He also scored on runs of 1 and 23 yards.
Calvary Christian got stellar linebacking play from Patrick Franklin (nine tackles) and Ryan Freeman (eight tackles).
Jake Heilman scored the only defensive points of the day when he picked up a fumble and rumbled 39 yards for a touchdown.
Phil Curry made his first four extra points for the Cougars.
Richardson finished his day with 76 yards on 17 carries.
Mentioned: Upper Dublin High School | Pottstown High School | Hatboro-Horsham High School | New Hope-Solebury High School | Unionville High School | Germantown Friends School | Ridley High School | La Salle College High School | Perkiomen Valley High School | Cardinal O'Hara High School | Abington Senior High School | Bensalem Township High School | Norristown Area High School | Calvary Christian Academy | Shipley School, The | Pennridge High School | Cheltenham High School | Central Bucks West High School | Strath Haven High School | Spring-Ford Area High School | Plymouth Whitemarsh High School | East High School | Bishop McDevitt | Bristol | Father Judge | Frankford | Furness | Harriton | Lower Merion | Marple Newtown | Methacton | Monsignor Bonner | Morrisville | Neshaminy | Northeast | Owen J. Roberts | Pennsbury | Quakertown | Roman Catholic | Simon Gratz | Upper Merion | Upper Moreland | Upper Perkiomen | William Tennent | Episcopal Academy | Springfield (D) | Ridley High School | Shipley School, The | Lower Merion | Lower Moreland | Episcopal Academy
Darius Madison scored at both ends of the first half and paced La Salle to a 2-1 win over visiting Holy Ghost Prep in a nonleague boys’ soccer game Tuesday.
Madison scored five minutes into the game on a 25-yard direct kick and again with one minute remaining off an assist from Chris Pawlowski to give the Explorers a 2-0 halftime lead.
Steve Kelly held off the Firebirds with a six-save performance.
In other nonleague games:
Norristown came back from a 2-0 deficit with three goals in the second half and stunned visiting Ridley, 3-2.
Donald Naseef scored twice and Mamadou Barry chipped in with a goal for the Eagles, who got 11 saves from Brandon Parker.
Mentioned: Martin Luther King Jr. High School | Haverford High School | Conestoga High School | Ridley High School | La Salle College High School | Cardinal O'Hara High School | Norristown Area High School | Radnor High School | Calvary Christian Academy | Abington Friends School | Roxborough High School | Academy Park | Bishop Shanahan | Bodine | Christopher Dock | Delco Christian | Devon Prep | Father Judge | Frankford | Franklin Learning Center | Furness | Great Valley | Haverford School | Kensington | Penn Charter | Phil-Mont Christian | St. Joseph's Prep | Swenson | Franklin Towne Charter | Holy Ghost Prep | West Chester Henderson | West Chester Rustin
Welcome to the first Friday Night Lights of this season.
Episcopal Academy 28, Furness 6 — Junior tailback Brian Ruditys gained 172 yards on 27 carries as the Churchmen rolled.
The Churchmen limited the Falcons to just one score, on a 65-yard kickoff return from sophomore Sharif Smith in the second quarter.
Brian Taylor added a pair of touchdowns on short runs.
Bok 36, Southern 0 — Khalil Neal ran 11 times for 82 yards and a score as the Wildcats rolled over their neighborhood rivals at 10th and Bigler.
The Rams were limited to three first downs.
Mentioned: Upper Dublin High School | Martin Luther King Jr. High School | Phoenixville Area High School | Perkiomen Valley High School | Bensalem Township High School | Archbishop Ryan High School | Calvary Christian Academy | Benjamin Franklin High School | Cheltenham High School | Central Bucks West High School | Roxborough High School | Bartram | Bishop McDevitt | Bok | Conwell-Egan | Del-Val Charter | Dobbins | Edison | Fels | Furness | Glen Mills | Great Valley | Interboro | Lincoln | Lower Merion | Marple Newtown | Methacton | Morrisville | Neshaminy | Pennsbury | Quakertown | Souderton | Southern | Truman | University City | Episcopal Academy | High School of the Future | Overbrook (PA) | Springfield (D)