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November 27, 1989 | By Dave Caldwell, Inquirer Staff Writer
Even a daydream could not end any better than this, Adam Sannutti conceded with a smile in a corner of the jubilant Central Bucks West locker room early Saturday afternoon. Even in a daydream, Sannutti does not intercept a Mike Morelli pass with 3 minutes, 21 seconds to play on Central Bucks East's most crucial drive of the game. And even in a daydream, Sannutti does not return the interception 25 yards for a touchdown to seal C.B. West's 14-0 victory over C.B. East - in the final game of his scholastic career.
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September 12, 1994 | By Ira Josephs, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Springfield's lone touchdown turned out to be the stimulus that Jenkintown needed. The host Drakes rolled past the Spartans, 48-7, in Saturday's nonleague game, bettering their 10-7 lead of late in the second quarter through an avalanche of TDs. Springfield junior Ray Yoder returned an interception 65 yards for a touchdown with 3 minutes, 31 seconds remaining in the half. The close margin was only momentary, as Jenkintown (1-1) outscored Springfield (1-1) by 38-0 the rest of the way. "It took us a little longer to get going," Jenkintown coach Rich Stetler said.
SPORTS
December 3, 2000 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
All game long yesterday in the South Jersey Group 3 title game, Delsea's James Stevenson was a disruptive force from his defensive-end position. The 6-foot-3, 230-pound sophomore was chasing down ballcarriers and forcing the run inside, never allowing Ocean City to turn the corner. He also put constant pressure on the passer, using his quickness to slash through one of the best offensive lines in South Jersey. All of Stevenson's athletic talents were showcased on one scintillating play that turned the momentum for good during Delsea's 35-22 win over Ocean City.
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October 4, 1993 | By Don Beideman, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Oxford quarterback Matt Baumgardner and running back Mike Lord probably will rerun the play over in their minds a thousand times. But the outcome will always be the same. The pair will recall Middletown's Jamie Pinder stepping in front of Lord with three seconds left to play Friday night, to pick off a pass and preserve a 22-22 tie in the first meeting between Oxford (3-1-1) and the perennial Delaware small-school power. For Oxford it was a disappointing end to a game that saw Lord set a single- game receiving-yardage record and impress an appreciative homecoming-night crowd with three interceptions.
SPORTS
September 24, 1988 | By Don McKee, Inquirer Staff Writer
Some nights in football, nothing works but just standing there. Willingboro stood there better last night. The Chimeras' defense outlasted visiting Shawnee, 7-0, on a wet and foggy night on which neither team could generate any offense. Willingboro defensive back Bernard Fowler returned an intercepted pass 33 yards for a touchdown early in the third quarter last night, and that single play carried the Chimeras to victory. Willingboro now is 1-0 overall and in the Burlington County League's Liberty Division.
SPORTS
September 10, 2005 | By Pete Schnatz INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
His right calf cramping uncontrollably, Tim Bihlear was in no hurry as he hobbled off the field at Frank J. McAleer Stadium last night. Forcing a smile despite the pain that was shooting down his leg, the Willingboro junior was determined to savor the Chimeras' season-opening 20-13 win over Eastern. Although the Burlco/Olympic interdivision battle was unsightly at times - due to inept offensive play by both sides - the gritty effort of Bihlear stood out. The 5-foot-10, 190-pound junior shouldered the load for Willingboro's ground game, chugging and clawing for 63 yards on 17 carries.
SPORTS
October 20, 1997 | By Matt Mlodzinski, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Friday night was Dave Armstrong's night. As expected, the Central Bucks West senior fullback broke two school career rushing records. Unexpectedly, he also managed to do something that he had never done before. Armstrong rushed 14 times for 116 yards and four touchdowns, and scored another on an interception return, his first ever, as the Bucks routed visiting Harry S Truman, 47-12. C.B. West (8-0, 7-0 Suburban One National), the top-ranked team in the area, remained undefeated, while Truman fell to 1-7, 1-6. In the process, Armstrong upped his total career rushing yardage to 2,343 yards.
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October 23, 2010 | By Bill Iezzi, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Cherry Hill West coach Jim Scerbo said he would be having nightmares about No. 11 on Camden's football team. Eddie Davis, No. 11, became host Camden's defense shield against air attacks Saturday afternoon when he came up with three interceptions that helped the Panthers win a West Jersey Football League interdivision game, 27-12. The victory improved Camden's record to 4-2 and kept the Panthers' Group 2 playoff hopes alive. Cherry Hill West dropped to 0-6 with a team that has been hobbled by injuries and, until recently, uncertainty at quarterback.
SPORTS
November 27, 1998 | By Bill Iezzi, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
The Bristol Warriors would have been a lot happier yesterday if Morrisville's Juan Jones hadn't chosen Thanksgiving Day to return to the football field. But the star running back, who had been sidelined with a foot injury since the second game of the season, wanted to help win one for the seniors. And even though his left foot wasn't 100 percent healed from a stress fracture, he thought he could make a contribution. And he did, although it was on defense that he did his damage.
SPORTS
October 24, 2010 | By Bill Iezzi, Inquirer Staff Writer
Cherry Hill West coach Jim Scerbo said he would be having nightmares about No. 11 on Camden's football team. Eddie Davis, No. 11, became host Camden's defense shield against air attacks Saturday afternoon when he came up with three interceptions that helped the Panthers win a West Jersey Football League interdivision game, 27-12. The victory improved Camden's record to 4-2 and kept the Panthers' Group 2 playoff hopes alive. Cherry Hill West dropped to 0-6 with a team that has been hobbled by injuries and, until recently, uncertainty at quarterback.
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September 12, 2016 | By Marc Narducci, STAFF WRITER
During the week Temple coach Matt Rhule said he would work freshman Isaiah Wright into the rotation after not playing him against Army. Of all the newcomers, Wright has drawn the most raves from Rhule since the preseason. Wright was recruited as a receiver, but with Jahad Thomas missing his second straight game with a dislocated thumb, Wright played running back, rushing for 42 yards on seven carries in the 38-0 win over Stony Brook on Saturday at Lincoln Financial Field. "Isaiah Wright is a true freshman and he has learned everything," Rhule said.
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August 28, 2016 | By Rick O'Brien, STAFF WRITER
Reece Udinski played a huge role as North Penn ended its six-year, season-opening losing streak to La Salle. The senior quarterback completed 12 of 20 passes for 205 yards and four touchdowns as the quick-starting Knights downed the Explorers, 33-24, Friday night in a nonleague game at steamy Crawford Stadium. Due in large part to its strong beginnings against North Penn, La Salle arrived in Lansdale with a 7-1 advantage in the head-to-head series. This time, it was the Knights who came out of the gate with efficiency and purpose.
SPORTS
August 14, 2016 | By Zach Berman, STAFF WRITER
With applause percolating throughout the stadium, Carson Wentz extended his right thumb into the air when he entered the Eagles' 17-9 preseason win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers late in the first half on Thursday. It could have been interpreted as a gesture expressing approval to the fans cheering him. Except that's not what it was. "It was thumbs-up to Coach," Wentz said, referring to Doug Pederson. "He was asking if I could hear him. Probably not as cool as you thought it was. " When it comes to Wentz, myth-making could be an easy trap.
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January 27, 2016 | $util.encode.html($!item.byline), BY THE INQUIRER STAFF
eagles Malcolm Jenkins is headed to Honolulu as a Pro Bowl alternate, the Eagles safety said Monday night on Twitter. Jenkins had 109 tackles and two interceptions this season, his second with the Eagles. In a Dec. 6 win over the Patriots, he returned an interception 99 yards for a touchdown. Jenkins will join Eagles Fletcher Cox and Darren Sproles in the game Sunday. Guard Jason Peters was a Pro Bowl pick, but he will sit out with a back injury.
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December 16, 2015 | By Zach Berman, Inquirer Staff Writer
Chip Kelly thinks quarterback Sam Bradford is improving each week, and the Eagles coach expects his quarterback to have many more weeks to improve in an Eagles uniform. "We've always wanted Sam here," Kelly said. "We wouldn't have traded for him if we thought he was going to be here for a year. " Bradford, a free agent at the end of the season, is more desirable after the way he has played in recent weeks. The Eagles have won five of the last six games that Bradford finished.
SPORTS
November 28, 2015 | By Aaron Carter, Inquirer Staff Writer
Jaquan Amos certainly earned the Thanksgiving feast that awaited him at his home in Germantown after the Northeast junior helped the host Vikings conquer rival Central, 48-20. Amos, a 6-foot, 170-pound running back and defensive back, rushed for 201 yards and three touchdowns and added two interceptions. "He's the best player on our team, flat-out," head coach Phil Gormley said. "If there's a better defensive back anywhere in the Public League, and I've seen most in the Catholic League, I haven't seen one. The kid can just flat-out play.
SPORTS
November 25, 2015 | BY PAUL DOMOWITCH, Daily News Staff Writer pdomo@aol.com
FIVE NUMBERS that mattered in the Eagles' 45-17 loss to the Bucs: 8 The number of passing first downs on third down that the Eagles gave up to Jameis Winston and the Bucs. That's 21 in the last three weeks and 49 for the season, which is the third most in the league, ahead of only the Ravens (51) and the Giants (50). Winston completed nine of 12 third-down passes for 101 yards. Three of his five touchdown passes came on third down. The Eagles are on pace to give up 78 third-down passes for first downs, which would be the most in the Chip Kelly-Bill Davis era. They gave up 72 last year and 73 in 2014.
SPORTS
November 23, 2015 | By Bob Ford, Inquirer Columnist
Mark Sanchez gets the third chance of his professional career to prove he is a legitimate NFL starting quarterback on Sunday, and anyone who really believes this one will turn out differently from the other two is probably in for a disappointment. Sanchez had a four-season apprenticeship with the New York Jets, the team that invested the fifth overall pick in the draft to get him, and that ultimately didn't work. He took over for Nick Foles with the Eagles last season, and Chip Kelly was so impressed that he traded away Foles and signed Sanchez - as a backup.
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November 18, 2015 | BY LES BOWEN, Daily News Staff Writer bowenl@phillynews.com
THE CONCUSSION Sam Bradford suffered Sunday seems much more likely to sideline him this week against Tampa Bay than the shoulder injury that drew everyone's attention as Bradford cradled his left arm while heading off for X-rays in the third quarter of the Eagles' loss to Miami. A medical source said the Grade II AC joint sprain to Bradford's nonthrowing shoulder is the sort of thing a quarterback could play through, given the right pain medication. But concussions obviously aren't like that, and 94WIP's Howard Eskin reported that Bradford had trouble remembering the first half of the game when questioned Sunday.
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