"If I had known he was close I'd have probably given him the ball again," said Chaump. "Rob ran well, but he had a lot of holes. The offensive line did a good job. We controlled the line of scrimmage."
Latronica accounted for all but 11 yards of Neshaminy's rushing total.
Franklin was 12 for 22, throwing for two touchdowns and one interception. He connected with seven different receivers.
"Offensively, they have all kinds of weapons," said Tigers' coach Hank Johns. "They spread them out and took advantage of our weaknesses."
Senior tight end Mike Frederick was on the receiving end of two Franklin passes, including a 7-yard touchdown to put the Redskins up 6-0. Frederick, an imposing presence at 6-5, 230 pounds, also had two interceptions.
Mike Ramos' 20-yard field goal gave the Redskins a 10-0 lead. Just over two minutes later on the first play of the second quarter, Neshaminy went ahead 16-0 as senior Dwight Roskos blocked an Eric McSeed punt and Todd Altman ran the ball 18 yards for the touchdown.
Franklin found junior wide receiver Cornelius White for a 10-yard touchdown pass with 1:34 to play in the first half as the Redskins went ahead 22-0.
Neshaminy held Truman to 89 yards total offense. The Tigers were pushed back for minus-8 yards rushing on 12 attempts. Starting quarterback Jamie Kravcak was 6 for 10 for 54 yards and an interception, while his backup, Tim Tucker, was 5 for 13 for 43 yards and two interceptions.
"Sometimes we looked in good shape and other times we couldn't execute," said Johns. "The biggest thing we need is to execute for a full game.
"One thing I was pleased with was our blocking. Neshaminy only got to the quarterback twice. Dave Naylor, Eric Vanderwende, Bill Kelly, Matt Gutknecht and Chris Mitchell did a fine job blocking. Neshaminy has such a fine defense."
The Redskins, 7-2 overall and 4-2 in league play, travels to William Tennent Saturday. Truman, still looking for its first win at 0-8 and 0-6, plays at Pennsbury on Saturday.