Northeast Philadelphia Football Wrap

Phil­adelphia Pub­lic League

Ab­ra­ham Lin­coln, 33; Thomas Edis­on, 0: Lin­coln’s foot­ball team dom­in­ated Thomas Edis­on on Thursday af­ter­noon.

Seni­or Marty Mc­Far­land had a re­mark­able per­form­ance, rush­ing for a team-high 94 yards and three touch­downs. Seni­or Josh Mc­Clam rushed for 42 yards and one TD. Kick­er Amir Al­barouki ad­ded three points to the score­board.  

Ju­ni­or quar­ter­back Miguel Sanc­hez went 3-for-4 for 50 yards and also scored a one-yard touch­down.  

With the vic­tory, Ab­ra­ham Lin­coln ex­ten­ded its win streak to four games. The Railsplit­ters are slated to face Fur­ness on Fri­day at 3 p.m. in a Class AAAA Sil­ver Di­vi­sion con­test. 

Haver­ford School, 36; George Wash­ing­ton, 15: Wash­ing­ton’s foot­ball team suffered its first loss of the sea­son at the hands of the Haver­ford School in a non-league game on Thursday night. 

Ha­keem Sill­man rushed for 163 yards and one touch­down. The seni­or run­ning back has boos­ted his sea­son re­cord to 994 rush­ing yards and 18 touch­downs — both are team highs. 

Eagles ju­ni­or wide re­ceiv­er Kend­ale Tru­itt snagged two passes for 103 yards and a touch­down. Kick­er Jake Wright ad­ded three points. 

Quar­ter­back Al Au­gustine con­nec­ted on 6-of-11 at­tempts for 125 yards and one touch­down, but it wasn’t enough to hold off Haver­ford. 

George Wash­ing­ton — which re­mains in first place in the Class AAAA Gold Di­vi­sion with a 4-0 league re­cord (5-1 over­all) — will face long­time rival North­east High School on Fri­day at 3 p.m. at Wash­ing­ton High. 

Frank­ford, 38; Samuel Fels, 8: Frank­ford’s Pi­on­eers dom­in­ated di­vi­sion­al foe Samuel Fels in a Class AAAA Gold bout on Fri­day af­ter­noon. 

Frank­ford ju­ni­or wide re­ceiv­er Renz Compton caught four passes for 85 yards and two touch­downs. Seni­or Sa­voy Mar­tin grabbed two passes for 41 yards and one touch­down; he also had an in­ter­cep­tion on de­fense. Ju­ni­ors Ed­die Cole­man and Devon Moore also had touch­downs. 

Ju­ni­or quar­ter­back Tim Di­Gior­gio went 9-for-20 for 144 yards and three touch­downs. Kick­er Eric Salguero ad­ded four ex­tra points. Two safeties figured in Frank­ford’s 38 points. 

On Samuel Fels’ side, seni­or wide re­ceiv­er Ni­jay Kelly scored all of the Pan­thers’ points — he snagged four passes for 79 yards, in­clud­ing one touch­down and a two-point con­ver­sion. Quar­ter­back Mes­si­ah Mitchell went 5-for-13 for 87 yards and one TD. 

Both teams will hit the road this week. Samuel Fels travels to Bartram for a Fri­day af­ter­noon game, while Frank­ford is sched­uled to face Ger­man­town on Fri­day at 7 p.m.

Ger­man­town, 24; North­east, 12: De­fend­ing Pub­lic League cham­pi­on North­east High fell to Ger­man­town in a Class AAAA Gold Di­vi­sion battle on Fri­day night. 

North­east seni­or run­ning back Shimeek Carter rushed for 118 yards — in­creas­ing his sea­son high to 400 — and scored one TD. Seni­or DaQuan White caught a pair of passes for 31 yards and a touch­down. 

North­east is now in third place in the Gold Di­vi­sion with 3-2 league re­cord (3-3 over­all). 

Phil­adelphia Cath­ol­ic League

Ro­man Cath­ol­ic, 35; Fath­er Judge, 14: Fath­er Judge High School’s three-game win streak was snapped by Ro­man Cath­ol­ic on Fri­day night at North­east High. 

Seni­or run­ning back Raul Quinones led the Cru­saders in rush­ing yards with 63 and a touch­down. Tim Mills caught three passes for 68 yards and one TD. Kick­er Con­nor Fo­ley was 2-for-2. 

Quar­ter­back Rob Daniels con­nec­ted on 10-of-27 at­tempts for 198 yards and a touch­down. 

Fath­er Judge will battle LaS­alle High School on Fri­day. Game time is 7 p.m.

St. Joseph Prep, 31; Arch­bish­op Ry­an, 3: Ry­an kick­er Matt Mar­tinez was the only Raid­er to put points on the score­board — cour­tesy of a field goal — against St. Joseph Prep on Sat­urday af­ter­noon.

The Raid­ers are in last place in the Cath­ol­ic League Class AAAA with a win­less league re­cord (they’re 3-3 over­all). Arch­bish­op Ry­an will face Ro­man Cath­ol­ic on Fri­day at 7 p.m. at North­east High.  ull;•

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