Football: Abington defeats Neshaminy, 35-21

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Abington's Bryan Osei starred at defensive end and offensive tackle

Ray Schreiner carried 19 times for 235 yards and three touchdowns as host Abington turned back Neshaminy, 35-21, Monday night in a Suburban One League National Conference matchup.

Schreiner, a senior halfback, scored on runs of 20, 66, and 6 yards. Quarterback Ken Cropper rushed 12 times for 97 yards, including an 8-yard TD dash in the second quarter.

Abington's defense was led by ends Bryan Osei and Rob Phillips, tackles Jake Clark and Ryan Epps, middle linebacker Myles Grasty, and outside linebacker James Heiler.

For the Redskins, senior tailback Sean Ulmer carried 26 times for 167 yards and three scores.

Abington improved to 4-0; Neshaminy slipped to 3-1.

Abington outside linebacker Tom Kennedy suffered a left-knee injury on the first play of the second quarter and had to be helped off the field.

-Rick O'Brien

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