Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Football: District 1 Class AAAA Title Games

PIAA District 1 Class AAAA Championship Game Results

Football: District 1 Class AAAA Title Games

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Cole Creighton (No. 6) and Nesahminy beat North Penn, 42-7, Friday night to earn its third PIAA District 1 Class AAAA championship.

PIAA District 1 Class AAAA Championship Game Results

2013: Neshaminy 42, North Penn 7

2012: Coatesville 59, Spring-Ford 28

2011: North Penn 34, Council Rock South 14

2010: North Penn 42, Neshaminy 6

2009: Ridley 19, North Penn 10

2008: North Penn 28, Neshaminy 0

2007: Ridley 19, West Chester Henderson 0

2006: Pennsbury 14, Ridley 0

2005: North Penn 55, Downingtown East 20

2004: Neshaminy 51, North Penn 34

2003: North Penn 43, Interboro 28

2002: North Penn 26, Interboro 14

2001: Neshaminy 28, Conestoga 12

2000: Central Bucks West 39, Downingtown 14

1999: Central Bucks West 21, North Penn 0

1998: Central Bucks West 35, Norristown 14

1997: Central Bucks West 36, Plymouth Whitemarsh 22

1996; Downingtown 39, Plymouth Whitemarsh 36

1995: Plymouth Whitemarsh 12, Central Bucks West 0

1994: Downingtown 14, Central Bucks West 7

1993: Central Bucks West 32, Coatesville 21

1992: Coatesville 19, Central Bucks West 12

 

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