Senior Sam Karr set a new Public League record with 416 rushing yards and six touchdowns in Lincoln’s 48-22 win over Washington. Karr achieved the amazing feat on just 20 carries.
“Unbelievable day,” said Lincoln head coach Ed McGettigan. “It couldn’t happen to a better kid. He worked his butt off for four years. He’s carrying our team on his back.”
— Aaron Carter (@AceCarterINQ) October 6, 2017
Nasir Peoples ran for three touchdowns as Archbishop Wood cruised past Father Judge, 49-19, in a Catholic League Red Division matchup.
Peoples recorded all three of his touchdowns in the first half, including a 54-yard run. The Vikings also blocked a pair of punts en route to a 35-6 lead at the half.
The Vikings (5-2, 3-1 PCL) travel to face winless Archbishop Carroll next week.
Downingtown East improved to 7-0 on the season with a 28-14 triumph over Downingtown West in the Battle of the Brandywine.
The Cougars now own a 9-5 lead in the head-to-head series and have won seven of the last eight meetings.
Coatesville moved to 3-0 in the Ches-Mont League National Division with a 63-14 thumping of West Chester East.
North Penn held off Central Bucks East, 57-43.
After the Patriots got within 20-15, the Knights scored 21 straight points to close out the first half. Justis Henley had two a pair of scores following Kasseem Cartwright’s 80-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.
Boyertown’s Declan Coyle made a 25-yard field goal in the final seconds in a 24-21 upset win over Owen J. Roberts. Jamie Moccia tied the game for the Bears on a 52-yard TD catch.
Bears 25 yard field goal to win 24-21. pic.twitter.com/Kwj16SVY7S
— Boyertown Athletics (@BashAthletics) October 7, 2017
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Garnet Valley stayed perfect on the season with a hard-fought 34-31 victory over Marple Newtown.
The Tigers answered with a touchdown after Garnet Valley went ahead 27-24. Dash Dulgerian’s 45-yard catch and a defensive pass interference penalty set up a Marlon Weathers TD.
But the Jaguars took the lead back, 34-31, when Cole Palis kept the ball for a 7-yard rushing touchdown with 2:59 to play. Marple Newtown had a chance to tie but missed a 43-yard field goal.
— Matt Smith (@DTMattSmith) October 7, 2017
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Marple Newtown quarterback Anthony Paoletti threw for 250 yards and broke the Delaware County career passing record. The previous record was held by Chris Gicking, his head coach.
Springfield (Delco) jumped out to an early lead and never looked back in a 42-8 victory over Harriton.
The Cougars capitalized on a pair of Harriton fumbles in the first quarter. Ja’Den McKenzie started the opening stanza with an 18-yard score and ended it with a 40-yard TD run to make it 28-0.
Rahsul Faison had another huge night on the ground as Pottsgrove took down Upper Perkiomen, 55-24.
He recorded 344 yards and six touchdowns. Faison entered the game with 1,356 rushing yards and 17 touchdowns.
Zach Demarchis led Pennsbury past Truman, 47-32.
Connor Schilling’s touchdown catch in the fourth quarter gave Unionville a 28-21 win over West Chester Rustin.
The Indians had a quiet night on offense after combing for 144 point in their previous three games. Unionville has yet to lose this year.
Running back Christian Patrick notched three touchdowns in Quakertown’s 40-6 triumph over Cheltenham. Quakertown improved to 4-0 in the Suburban One American Conference.
Pope John Paul II scored all of its points in the second quarter as they blanked Upper Merion, 35-0.
Edward Saydee scored two early touchdowns as Penn Charter rolled to a 35-6 victory over Southern. The Quakers finished their non-league schedule with a 5-0 mark.