Perkiomen Valley overwhelms Boyertown
It was a tough night for Boyertown which was overmatched by Perkiomen Valley in this 35-7 verdict.
Perkiomen Valley darted in front of Boyertown 7-0 to begin the second quarter.
The Vikings’ offense charged in front for a 28-0 lead over the Bears at halftime.
Perkiomen Valley pulled to a 35-0 lead heading into the final quarter.
The Vikings enjoyed a big enough lead to offset the Bears’ 7-0 advantage in the fourth quarter.
In recent action on Oct. 6, Perkiomen Valley faced off against Spring-Ford.
Pennsbury darts by Abington
It was a tough night for Abington which was overmatched by Pennsbury in this 41-12 verdict.
Pennsbury darted in front of Abington 20-6 to begin the second quarter.
Both teams were shutout in the second and third quarters.
The Falcons got the better of the final-quarter scoring, finishing the game in style with a 21-6 edge.
In recent action on Oct. 6, Abington faced off against Central Bucks South.
Hatboro-Horsham overcomes Council Rock North
Hatboro-Horsham collected a solid win over Council Rock North in a 21-7 verdict in Pennsylvania high school football on Oct. 20.
Hatboro-Horsham opened with a 7-0 advantage over Council Rock North through the first quarter.
The Hatters opened a slim 14-7 gap over the Indians at halftime.
Hatboro-Horsham darted to a 21-7 lead heading into the fourth quarter.
Neither squad scored in the fourth quarter.
North Penn escapes Pennridge in thin win
North Penn finally found a way to top Pennridge 17-16 in a Pennsylvania high school football matchup on Oct. 20.
Tough to find an edge early, North Penn and Pennridge fashioned a 7-7 stalemate through the first quarter.
The Knights’ offense jumped in front for a 14-7 lead over the Rams at halftime.
North Penn darted to a 17-7 lead heading into the fourth quarter.
The Rams rallied in the final quarter, but the Knights skirted trouble with just enough offense to thwart all hopes.
In recent action on Oct. 6, North Penn faced off against Central Bucks East.
Plymouth-Whitemarsh dominates Wissahickon
Plymouth-Whitemarsh recorded a big victory over Wissahickon 56-28 at Wissahickon High on Oct. 20 in Pennsylvania football action.
Tough to find an edge early, Plymouth-Whitemarsh and Wissahickon fashioned a 7-7 stalemate through the first quarter.
The Colonials registered a 28-21 advantage at halftime over the Trojans.
Offense was nothing but a rumor in the third quarter, as neither squad scored.
The Colonials got the better of the fourth-quarter scoring, finishing the game in style with a 28-7 edge.
Pottsgrove sets early tone to dominate Upper Perkiomen
Pottsgrove broke to an early lead and topped Upper Perkiomen 42-21 for a Pennsylvania high school football victory on Oct. 20.
The first quarter gave Pottsgrove a 20-0 lead over Upper Perkiomen.
The Falcons registered a 42-7 advantage at intermission over the Indians.
Each offense authored its Rip Van Winkle imitation, napping through a barren third quarter.
The Falcons maintained the upper hand despite being outscored 14-0 in the final quarter.
Owen J.Roberts dominates Methacton in convincing showing
It was a tough night for Methacton which was overmatched by Owen J.Roberts in this 42-7 verdict.
The first quarter gave Owen J.Roberts a 14-0 lead over Methacton.
Defense ruled the second and third quarters as Owen J.Roberts and Methacton were both scoreless.
The Wildcats held on with a 28-7 scoring edge in the fourth quarter.
In recent action on Oct. 6, Owen J.Roberts faced off against Norristown Area.
Souderton routs Upper Dublin
Souderton’s powerful offense dominated to a resounding victory by pulling away from Upper Dublin 31-6 on Oct. 20 in Pennsylvania football action.
Recently on Oct. 6, Souderton squared off with Warwick in a football game.
Upper Moreland denies Springfield Township’s challenge
Upper Moreland collected a solid win over Springfield Township in a 24-7 verdict in a Pennsylvania high school football matchup on Oct. 20.
Cheltenham tacks win on William Tennent
Cheltenham dismissed William Tennent by a 48-14 count on Oct. 20 in Pennsylvania football.
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