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Football: Southeastern PA Top 25

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Football: Southeastern PA Top 25

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Senior tailback Craig Reynolds and No. 18-ranked Abington (7-1) will host No. 3 Neshaminy (8-0) in a Suburban One League National Conference game at 7 p.m. Friday at Schwarzman Stadium.

THE INQUIRER TOP 25

FOOTBALL

Last week's rankings in parentheses.

Rank Team Record

1. St. Joseph's Prep (1) 6-1

Cornerback Rob DiSanto made two interceptions in a 38-23 win over Father Judge. Next: Saturday at No. 15 Archbishop Ryan.

2. Imhotep Charter (3) 6-1

Fullback Eddie Lynch chipped in two scores in a 61-7 romp over Prep Charter. Next: Friday vs. High School of the Future.

3. Neshaminy (4) 8-0

D'Andre Pollard rushed for 280 yards and three scores in a 49-7 rout of Bensalem. Next: Friday at No. 18 Abington.

4. Coatesville (2) 8-0

Steve Pawling's pick-six helped secure a 21-10 win over West Chester Henderson. Next: Friday vs. W.C. East.

5. Pennsbury (6) 7-1

In a 42-8 win over C.R. North, Raheem Thompson rushed for 140 yards and two scores. Next: Friday at Bensalem.

6. La Salle (7) 6-2

Nick Rinella scored three times as the Explorers downed Roman Catholic, 35-14. Next: Saturday vs. No. 20 West Catholic.

7. Garnet Valley (8) 8-0

Christian Portale threw for 160 yards and two scores in a 41-14 win over Harriton. Next: Friday at Haverford High.

8. Pottsgrove (9) 8-0

Marquis Barefield ran for 200 yards and five scores in a 52-14 thumping of Phoenixville. Next: At No. 17 Perkiomen Valley.

9. W.C. Rustin (10) 8-0

Linebacker Sean Steinmetz posted 10 tackles in a 34-20 win at Unionville. Next: Friday vs. Kennett.

10. Archbishop Wood (5) 6-2

Luke Spahits had the Vikings' only score in a 22-7 loss to Archbishop Ryan. Next: Saturday vs. Bonner-Prendergast.

11. Episcopal Academy (11) 7-1

12. C.B. West (13) 7-1

13. Father Judge (12) 5-3

14. Academy Park (14) 6-1

15. Archbishop Ryan (NR) 5-3

16. Spring-Ford (15) 6-2

17. Perkiomen Valley (16) 7-1

18. Abington (18) 7-1

19. Upper Dublin (19) 8-0

20. West Catholic (17) 7-1

21. Malvern Prep (20) 4-2

22. North Penn (23) 5-3

23. Downingtown West (24) 6-2

24. Unionville (21) 6-2

25. Pennridge (22) 5-3

Under consideration (listed alphabetically): Frankford (5-3), Penncrest (7-1), Plymouth Whitemarsh (6-2), Upper Darby (6-2), West Cester Henderson (4-4).

 

 

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