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What the heck’s happening in District’s I & XII this week: Week 9,2022

Tagged under: District 1, District 12, News

| October 19, 2022

Hello and welcome to Week4 of What’s happening in District I & XII! Let’s look at what happened last week weekend and look ahead to this weekend.


Garnet Valley Helping Local Children’s Hospital

Thanks to a scheduling change in the Central League this season the Garnet Valley Jaguars are enjoying a bye week this weekend. While they aren’t playing anyone on the field the Jaguars are doing some good in their community as this Wednesday and Thursday, they are accepting donations of new Halloween costumes for children at AI DuPont Children’s Hospital in Wilmington. Donations can be dropped at the school’s weightroom between the hours of 3-5 pm.

Finally Back Home

For the first time in two years thanks to renovations the Radnor Raptors will be playing a home game at Prevost field when the Raptors host the Conestoga Pioneers. Kick off is scheduled Saturday at 12 noon.

Party Like It’s 1996

Last Friday nights 44-34 victory marked the first time the Pennsbury Falcons knocked off North Penn since 1996. The Falcons were carried to victory by Galamama Mulbah who carried the ball a whopping 48 times for 364 yards and four touchdowns. Since dropping their opening game to Coatesville the Falcons have rolled off 7 consecutive victories.

Rama Rolling for Springfield Delco

The Springfield Delco Cougars have rolled off three consecutive victories and one of the major reasons for the winning streak has been the play of Senior QB Jake Rama. In the past three games Rama has completed 21 of 26 passes for 376 yards 4 touchdowns in addition to another touchdown on the ground. Earlier this season, Rama surpassed 3,000 career passing yards.

Milestone for Coatesville Susi

In Coatesville victory over Bishop Shanahan last Friday Red Raider Quarterback Harrison Susi became a member of the 3000 career passing yards/2000 career rushing yards club.

First Career Victory for O’Hara’s Ewing

With Friday’s 14-12 over rival Archbishop Carroll the Cardinal O’Hara Lions snapped a 19 game losing streak and gave Head Coach Mike Ewing his first career victory. Bringing Show to District 1

Join our own Billy Splain and several of our staff next Wednesday October 26 from 6-9 at Magerks in Horsham for our annual Playoff Preview Show. Several members of our staff will be making appearances along with guests from Pennsbury, Souderton, Upper Dublin and CB East.

Playoffs Starting to take shape

We are just two weeks away from the start of District 1 Playoffs and based on the district 1 website there would be several traditional names missing from the playoffs in 6A North Penn, Pennridge and Haverford are all on the outside looking in. In 5A the traditional powers Academy Park and Unionville would miss out on the tournament. In 6A the matchups would be not counting tie breakers for seeding

1 Garnet Valley vs 16 Owen J Roberts

8 Downingtown East vs 9 CB West

4 Coatesville vs 13 CB South

5 Perkiomen Valley vs 12 Ridley

2 Pennsbury vs 15 Upper Darby

7 Downingtown West vs 10 Spring-Ford

3 CB East vs 14 Quarkertown

6 Souderton vs 11 Conestoga

In 5 A

1 Strath Haven vs 16 Radnor

8 Springfield Delco vs 9 West Chester Rustin

4 Great Valley vs 13 Oxford

5 Plymouth Whitemarsh vs 12 Methacton

2 Upper Dublin vs 15 Upper Merion

7 Phoenixville vs 10 Kennett

3 Chester vs 14 Sun Valley

6 Upper Moreland vs 11 Marple Newtown

In 4 A

1 Pope John Paul II vs 4 Bishop Shanahan

2 Interboro vs 3 Springfield Montco

Games of the Week

Big Time Chest-Mont American Battle: West Chester Rustin at Great Valley Friday 7pm.

Big Time Chest-Mont National Battle: Coatesville at Downingtown East Friday 7 pm

Winner takes PAC Frontier Division Title: Pope John Paul II at Phoenixville Friday 7 pm

Suburban One Continental Division Lead up for grabs: Souderton at Upper Dublin Friday 7 pm

First Place in the Philadelphia Catholic League Division on the Line: Conwell-Egan at Bonner-Prendie Friday 5 pm

Battle of Unbeatens: Haverford School at Malvern Prep Saturday 1 pm

Well Folks that’s all he wrote for this week. If you have something noteworthy for this weekly column please reach out to me via twitter WilliePAFN or email me

Have a great week everyone!

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