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Chester Downs Chichester 39-0

Written by: on Sunday, October 31st, 2010. Follow Willie McGonigle on Twitter.

 

Football is a game of three aspects: offense,defense and special teams and Chester High Senior Anthony Davis plays all three and on Saturday in front of the homecoming crowd that came out to the A-Field Davis showed why he plays all three as he led the Clippers to a 39-0 victory over the Chichester Eagles in a Del Val game.
Davis wasted little time getting the scoring started as on the games opening series and his team facing a fourth down Davis was called on to punt the ball away to the Eagles but… wait a second he saw a hole in the Eagles and exploited it for a 51 yard touchdown. The original game plan called for Davis to punt but as Clippers head coach Chuck Crews said “As a senior captain we give them a lean way if they see something to go with it and he did and he converted it.”Crews said. On the next Clipper possession Davis scored his touchdown of the day this time on offense when he raced down the field practically untouched for a 65-yard touchdown to give the Clippers the 13-0 lead
In the second quarter the Clippers extended their lead when quarterback Da’Ryn Harris took a draw play and go 20-yards for the touchdown. Following an interception by Moe Nelson set the Clippers up. Nelson was playing in his first game since returning from an injury that cost him a few weeks. The Clippers capitalize on the Nelson interception when Darrell Nicholson found a whole in the Eagles defense and raced 65 yards for the touchdown. Nicholson would add a one-yard touchdown on the next Clipper possession to put them up 32-0 at the end of the first half.
In the third quarter Davis would complete the hat trick when Evon Hyles forced Rashaun Swain to fumble Davis picked up and raced 75 yards the other way for the touchdown to extend the Clippers lead to 39-0 and put the mercy rule in effect. In all Davis accounted for 235 total yards. For Chichester Swain was their leading rusher with 40 yards on 13 carries.
On Saturday the Clippers have a big game they host the Penn Wood Patriots at the A-Field afternoon. The Patriots will enter Chester looking to finish the regular season undefeated in the Del-Val League and lock up a playoff spot in the District 1 playoffs which begin November 12th

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