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Big School Team # 9 Pennridge (1) 0-0

Written by: on Thursday, August 23rd, 2012. Follow David Mika on Twitter.

 

There’s much hype from the Rams’ camp these days, as a team inflicted with injuries last season thrust plenty of underclassmen into the lineup. Of late, the Rams’ best seasons have come in the form of four 7-5 campaigns in 2005, 2006, 2010 and 2011, but Pennridge did enjoy four 10-win seasons in a span from 1999-2004, including a 2000 edition which scored 471 points before being felled by PIAA AAAA finalist Central Bucks West.

Among the Rams’ returners are 1,500-yard rusher Mike Class, QB Alex Krivda, OL Shayne Kraynik, FB/LB Mackenzie Crawford, TE/DE John Dubyk, and DBs John Kim and Jeremy Xander. Krivda has received some Division-1 attention and Class is in line to rush for more than 4,500 yards in his career at his current pace.

 

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3 Responses to “Big School Team # 9 Pennridge (1) 0-0”

  1. Just-a-guy says:

    The way I see it, Cuthbert doesn’t coach to “win” but instead coaches “not to lose” which is why they lose so often. But I think this years edition of the Rams has enough talent to overcome the coaching shortcomings. Now, if Cuthbert could only figure out that a forward pass is not a trick play…

  2. HS FB FAN says:

    Are you kidding me? Those 10 win seasons were under a very good head coach. The current coaching staff is fair at best. Ever see Cuthbert run the same play 3 times in a row. Also Rosenberger is the worst Defensive coordinator in the league including all 3 conferences. People need to do their homework here. This coaching staff will never get this team past 7-5 despite have some great athletes.

  3. Just-a-Guy says:

    The Rams defense should shutdown most teams and if they have a better balance in their offense, they could go very deep into the playoffs.



David