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Who stood out Week 9

Written by: on Saturday, October 29th, 2011. Follow David Mika on Twitter.


What did you think of the ninth week of high school football? What team(s), player(s) or moments stood out for you? Post a comment below and we can chat about it.

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16 Responses to “Who stood out Week 9”

  1. Red says:

    I also went to the La Salle vs. Prep game. Great game. La Salle’s defense really stepped up their game after allowing a quick 17 points. Linebacker #30 (Palermo) played out of his mind, and completely set the tempo for the second half with two tackles for loss to start the third quarter. He finished with 16 tackles and 2 passes defended.

  2. Brian says:

    Hey Bob, so a class A team that loses to a top 10 AA team should drop a lot in their own class? Not sure I understand your reasoning there. SCA would beat pretty much all the other class A teams, with the exception of Dunmore and Clairton out west. We may have a matchup with Dunmore in first round of states and possibly in hershey with clairton. I think SCA being ranked 2 in class A is okay at this point.

  3. adam says:

    im hopin acc and berwick get into districts an advance to states to meet eachother, a storied rivalry from the 90’s could be renewed which would be awesome

  4. bob says:

    southern col really gave up a big win this week they the had the game in the bag but let it go, they should not be ranked that high up

  5. Paul says:

    Strath Haven answered the call against Josh’s #10 Springfield. We all thought Springfield was going to be good, but Haven did well with the run and defense closed them down.

    Congrats to Garent Valley on CL title, they deserve it.

  6. Brian Crownover says:

    Freshman Jordan Gray of Nazareth without a doubt. He had nearly 250 yards rushing and put the Blue Eagles in the driver’s seat for the LVC Title and D11 4A #1 seed. He has stepped in for Nazareth’s all time leading rusher, Chuck Dibilio (who is now at Princeton) and has done a fine job. Teaming up with talented QB Daniel Harding, the Blue Eagles are the surprise of D11.

  7. Rollie Ciffo says:

    Hats off to Berwick who really turned their season around with a 26-21 win over Wilkes-Barre Coughlin. They’re 6-3 now with playoff chances getting better by the week. The way they started, it would not have surprised me if Berwick’s coach was fired. Bright spot for Coughlin…that Parsnik kid with another nice day 20ca-158yds & 3 TD.

  8. LSPioneers says:

    Lampeter Strasburg Dist 3 AAA – pitched 4th shutout of the season with a 42-0 victory in Week 9! Yielded just 4 first downs and 93 total yds (70 yds on 1 play).

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  10. Jeff Smith says:

    Not that its a standout week, but Garnet Valley captured its 3rd Central league Title in 4 Years last night against Lower Merion on Homecoming

  11. Brian says:

    the MCA defense. They bent but did not break. SCA had the ball several times around the MCA 30 but couldn’t push it ind Wasi, the MCA QB had a great 4th quarter. He is only a sophomore.

  12. adam says:

    i filmed the nazareth whitehall game all i can say is jordan gray is one promising freshman and can get state or even national recognition in a few years, he completely controlled that game when harding wasnt as sharp as he has been all year

  13. Yale Alpert says:

    An unforgettable week 9 highlight was one that doesn’t get much attention, the Suburban One American match-up between arch rivals Upper Dublin and Wissahickon. Under the Friday Night Lights of Cardinals Stadium in Fort Washington, PA, two teams that have the one of the most historical rivalries in the league who were equal statistically fighting for two mutual factors, pride and a spot in the District 1 Playoffs. Also, for Upper Dublin, it was senior night and homecoming game for the class of 2012 so the men in red did not want to disappoint their home crowd. Coach Bret Stover and head captain Andrew Derr lead their Cardinals team to victory in one of the most nerve wrecking games in rivalry history over the Wissahickon Trojans with a final score of 17-10. Derr scoring the game winning touchdown with a Michael Vick like 15 yard QB Keeper. That will slam the door on J.T. Crits’ Trojans’ hopes on making the playoffs as the Cardinals will fly to whoever they play on Friday, November 11th. The Trojans will complete their regular season next Friday home against the Cheltenham Panthers. Standout team of the week: The Upper Dublin Flying Cardinals.

  14. anthony says:

    Jordan Grey, freshman from Nazareth.
    245 yards rushing against Whitehall.

    A blocked extra point was the difference in the game.

  15. Brandon Barber says:

    Mifflinburg rebounds with another shutout against selinsgrove. Their 4th shutout in 9 games.

  16. Spartan Fan says:

    Tayshawn Bunch of Wyoming Valley West. A second consecutive 200 yd performance. Often overshadowed by Eugene Lewis, but this kid is the real deal on both sides of the ball.

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