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Malvern Prep vs. Penn Charter

Written by: on Sunday, November 8th, 2015. Follow David Mika on Twitter.

 

Malvern Prep Friars (7-2, 3-1 Inter-Ac) 37 Penn Charter Quakers (4-6, 2-2 Inter-Ac)

by Ben Yankelitis

November 7, 2015 – 7:00 PM @ Malvern Prep, Quigley Field

 

Scoring   1st 2nd 3rd 4th FINAL
Visitors Penn Charter 7 0 0 0 7
Home Malvern 7 14 9 7 37

 

1st Quarter

Penn Charter (PC) 20 Yard TD Pass – Mike Hnatkowsky to Evan Ferrell – 6:01

Malvern Prep (MP) 13 Yard TD Run – O’Shaan Allison – 0:25

 

2nd Quarter

MP 14 Yard TD Run – Allison – 9:09

MP 9 Yard TD Run – Allison – 4:12

 

3rd Quarter

MP Safety – PC Fumble out of End Zone – 11:42

MP 51 Yard TD Run – Allison – 11:28

 

4th Quarter

MP 3 Yard TD Run – Cole Thomas – 11:55

 

Saturday night, the Malvern Prep Friars propelled themselves past the Penn Charter Quakers.

It was senior night for Malvern but it was sophomore RB O’Shaan Allison who put on the show, totaling 253 rushing yards on 20 carries. He scored four touchdowns.

The Quakers stormed out of the gates early, turning a missed 30 yard Friar field goal into a 80 yard touchdown drive capped by a 20 yard, one handed touchdown reception from Penn Charter WR Evan Ferrell, on fourth and eight.

However, Malvern scored the next 37. Allison’s aforementioned contributions were supported by a 57 yard run by Rashon Lusane in the first quarter and multiple quality runs from Brian Boyle. All Malvern stats attached below.

The Malvern defense also played a significant role in the win. At one point the Friars forced three straight “three and outs” from the Quakers. The performance was sealed in the third quarter with a safety and interception by DB Dan Sullivan.

“I have to thank my O-line,” Allison said of his performance. “They were firing off the line every play, opening holes.”

“I could not do anything without [my O-line]” he said.

Penn Charter looks to rebound next week against Germantown Academy (11-14, 1:30 PM, @PC).

“I’m looking forward to finishing strong next week – no more losses.” Allison said.

Malvern faces Springside Chestnut Hill next Saturday (11-14, 1:00 PM, @MP).

 

RUSHING Carries YDS TD   KICKING XP FG
Allision, O’Shaan 1 20 253 4   Chiazza, Brandon 90 4 / 4 0 / 1
Doyle, Kevin 14 2 8 0   Reilly, Garrett 86 1 / 1 0 / 0
Lusane, Rashon 7 5 83 0        
Boyle, Brian 3 4 22 0        
Watson, Quincy 24 2 3 0        
Thomas, Cole 23 1 3 1        
McCabe, Cole 44 1 2 0        
TEAM 35 374 5        
QUARTERBACK Att COMP YDS TD INT    
Doyle, Kevin 12 8 5 60 0 0    
Gunther, Drew 32 2 2 13 0 0    
RECEIVING Catches YDS TD        
Fay, Mike 14 4 50 0        
Brown, Chris 10 1 18 0        
McCahon, Quinn 9 2 5 0        
TEAM 7 73 0        

 

Malvern Preparatory School, An Independent, Augustinian, Catholic School

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