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Tuesday, September 17, 2019 7:13:39 PM

Here's a recap of the week's local action. This is the first time since the Midshipmen have not allowed a touchdown in a game. Navy now has a three-game winning streak for the first time since and sit one win away from becoming bowl eligible.

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Ryan Wetzel threw for yards and a touchdown and running back Tyriq Lewis also found the end zone in the comeback victory.

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D-West opened the district playoffs with a win over 13 Upper Darby. How North Penn got here: The Knights squeaked by 8 Neshaminy in the district quarterfinals as QB Solomon Robinson scored on an 8-yard run before Evan Spann sealed the deal with a yard pick six. Danny Bradley accumulated yards and two TDs rushing for Garnet Valley, which runs a triple-veer option.

The Jags posted an identical triumph over 14 Pennsbury in their postseason opener. How Coatesville got here: The Red Raiders, who average Ricky Ortega hit Dapree Bryant with touchdown passes of 47 and 49 yards and Aaron Young rushed for yards and another score to pace Coatesville, which opened district play with a rout of 15 Central Bucks East.

That dynamic trio combined for rushing yards and two TDs to help take out the Panthers.

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Upper Dublin, which lost to Penn Charter in its lone setback, scored 41 unanswered points out of the gate to oust 15 Phoenixville in the opening round, Roselli scoring four touchdowns and Slivka throwing for a pair of scores.

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  • They are well coached and athletic. We need to win the field position, time of possession, and the turnover battle.
  • Inquirer Morning Newsletter Get the news you need to start your day Sign Up Inquirer Morning Newsletter The teams exchanged big plays like heavyweights trading haymakers in the middle of a ring before North Penn, which was and reached the District 1 championship game last season, finally put the game away in the fourth quarter. We struggled on defense for much of the game.
  • What you haven't read is Dominick's account of the play, and the craziness that followed. Dominick made the interception with the Panthers leading with just a minute and 30 seconds left at the Panther 5 yard line.
  • Playing three sports, not only takes extreme athletic talent, but also commitment and dedication to making sure you are at your peak physical and mental condition to perform on the field.
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