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Malvern Prep over Episcopal Academy

Written by: on Saturday, October 17th, 2015. Follow Staff on Twitter.


Malvern Prep Friars (5-1, 1-0 in Inter-Ac) 33 – Episcopal Academy Churchmen (5-1, 0-1 in Inter-Ac) 14 

October 16, 2015 – 7PM – Episcopal Academybenweek72105

by Ben Yankelitis


Scoring   1st 2nd 3rd 4th FINAL
Visitors Malvern 0 20 7 6 33
Home EA 0 7 0 7 14



1st Quarter

No scores


2nd Quarter

O’Shaan Allison 1 yard TD run (Fake XP no good) 11:50 – MP 6 EA 0

O’Shaan Allison 3 yard TD run (Brandon Chiazza XP good) 3:07 – MP 13 EA 0

Dee Barlee 21 yard TD run (C. Ringwald XP good) 2:28 – MP 13 EA 7

Kevin Doyle to Rashon Lusane 33 yard TD pass (B. Chiazza XP good) 0:06 – MP 20 EA 7


3rd Quarter

Kevin Doyle to O’Shaan Allison 13 yard TD pass (B. Chiazza XP good) 7:59 – MP 27 EA 7


4th Quarter

O’Shaan Allison 7 yard TD run (B. Chiazza XP no good) 7:37 – MP 33 EA 7

Dee Barlee 3 yard TD run (C. Ringwald XP good) 1:45 – MP 33 EA 14



For a second straight week the Malvern Prep Friars utilized a second quarter surge to propel themselves to victory.

In the Inter-Ac league opener for both teams, Malvern Prep moved to 1-0 in league and 5-1 overall, while Episcopal Academy slipped to 0-1 to start off league play.

A scoreless first was highlighted by two Malvern Prep turnovers, an interception by quarterback Kevin Doyle and a fumble by wide receiver Ian Murray. However, the Episcopal Churchmen could not capitalize.

The second quarter opened up with a 1 yard rushing touchdown from sophomore O’Shaan Allison. Allison took every carry in the first three quarters for the Friars as his fellow Friar running back Zac Fernandez.

Allison followed up that touchdown by punching it in from three yards out with 3:07 left to play in the second quarter.

The Churchmen responded with an incredible 21 yard run from Dee Barlee. Barlee broke multiple tackles and used three to four single pushing efforts to cross the goal line.

However, the Friars took the momentum into the locker rooms at the half as Kevin Doyle found Rashon Lusane on a deep pass to the end zone with six seconds left in the half.

The second half was highlighted by multiple plays from O’Shaan Allison. Allison caught a touchdown in the third quarter, then scored his third rushing touchdown of the night in the third quarter.

Allison finished with 32 carries for 194 yards and 3 TD’s, along with one thirteen yard receiving touchdown. All other MP stats attached below.

“We stuck through it and we got a good win,” said senior lineman Nick Leasure. “We ran the ball and our defense played really well.”

Episcopal Academy will face off against Germantown Academy next week (10-24, 1:30 PM @ GA), while Malvern will face the Haverford School(10-24, 2 PM @ MP).

“[The Haverford School] has beaten us three years straight, so this is the game of the year,” said Leasure. “We’ve been licking our chops for this one all year.”

–Ben Yankelitis, Editor in Chief of the Blackfriar Chronicle and Malvern Prep Football Statistician and Media Relations Specialist


RUSHING Carries YDS TD        
Allision, O’Shaan 1 32 194 3   KICKING XP FG
Boyle, Brian 3 5 17 0   Chiazza, Brandon 90 2 / 4 0 / 0
Finley, Pat 11 1 7 0        
TEAM 38 218 3        
Doyle, Kevin 12 34 21 230 2 2    
RECEIVING Catches YDS TD        
Fay, Mike 14 5 62 0        
Murray, Ian 18 3 39 0        
Lusane, Rashon 7 2 61 1        
O’Shaan Allison 1 1 13 1        
Brown, Chris 10 8 52 0        
Watson, Quincy 24 1 -1 0        
Janney, Seth 85 1 4 0        
TEAM 21 230 2        


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