If you just looked at the boxscore, Brandon McIlwain's numbers Friday night might lead you to believe he's an elite running back for Council Rock North.

However, you'd be slightly mistaken.

The senior quarterback, a South Carolina recruit, rushed for five touchdowns and threw for another to lead the visiting Indians to a 41-31 win over Quakertown in a Suburban One Continental game.

"We knew [Quakertown] was a very fundamentally sound team," Council Rock North coach Adam Collachi said. "But McIlwain did exactly what he needed to do, and so did our offensive line with their blocking."

Yet the road to beating Quakertown (8-1), the 10th-ranked team in Southeastern Pennsylvania, was not a smooth drive.

With just under three minutes remaining in the third quarter and the Indians (6-3) trailing 24-20, McIlwain sprinted 6 yards for the go-ahead touchdown.

McIlwain rushed for two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to put the game away.

Rob Burns rushed for a pair of TDs for Quakertown.


Upper Dublin 31, Hatboro-Horsham 10: Kalief Lee rushed for two TDs to lead No. 5 Upper Dublin at home.


Boyertown 49, Phoenixville 35: Dan Heller rushed for two touchdowns and returned a kickoff for more than 80 yards to aid the Bears in a victory at Phoenixville. Lawrence Garnett ran for three touchdowns.


Interboro 41, Chichester 7: Chris Thomas rushed for 176 yards and three TDs at home.


Lincoln 25, Roxborough 0: Allston Augustin completed 9 of 16 passes for two touchdowns and a career-high 183 yards in a win at home. Hosea McClam and Nassir Colman each had touchdown catches. Sam Karr ran for a 78-yard touchdown. Abdoulye Ndiaye had two interceptions.

Martin Luther King 34, Washington 24: Paul Sanchez ran 19 times for 209 yards, including a 84-yard TD run, to power the Golden Cougars at Washington. Rob Harris threw for 177 yards and three touchdowns.


Bartram 32, Fels 27: Answered Gleplay ran for 305 yards and three touchdowns to power Bartram in a win at South Philly Super Site.

Central 46, Kensington 0: Jeffrey Coplin completed 6 of 10 passes for 119 yards and three touchdowns in Central's rout at home. In the first quarter, Collin Washington scored on a 55-yard punt return.