Ridley running back Jalen Randolph (right) gets past Interboro's Danny Ouimette on his way to the Green Raiders' second touchdown, a 42-yard run, on Thanksgiving Day at Interboro. Ridley went on to win the annual football game, 42-6. (Lou Rabito / Staff)
Both Wissahickon and Pottsgrove bring high-powered offenses to the duel.
By Rick O, Inquirer Columnist
Week No. 2 features the head-coaching debut of Malvern Prep's Kevin Pellegrini, the start of Central League play, and a pair of potentially high-scoring nonleague games: Glen Mills-Downingtown West and Wissahickon-Pottsgrove.
Joe Santoliquito: The clock is winding down. There is a long stretch of field Penncrest has to cross to win. It's no time for nerves to rattle your thoughts. In the last 2 years, that has been Matt Atkinson's time.
Tommy Toal missed one heck of a finish.
The junior quarterback for Haverford School might have been the only person on the school's Main Line campus Saturday afternoon whose eyes weren't trained on the final play against Father Judge.