For 24 minutes on Saturday night at Northeast High School, all seemed to be lost for the George Washington football team.
Frankford, 37; Central, 12: Frankford High School downed Central in the Public League semifinals on Saturday afternoon, earning a place in the coveted championship game.
In a championship soccer game featuring teams as evenly matched as Northeast High and George Washington, the victor would have to play perfectly to claim the title.
Riding a six-game win streak into the postseason, the Abraham Lincoln football squad was stunned to lose in the first round of the playoffs.
The Vikings overcame intense downpours and Samuel Fels to earn their place in the league championship game.
The Archbishop Ryan senior was awarded All-Catholic honors on the pitch and is ranked near the top of his class.
It has been more than a year since Gordon Dunlop’s mother died of kidney cancer, but last week he felt her by his side once again.
Three is the magic number for Little Flower senior Courtney Weidner, who plays varsity soccer, basketball and lacrosse for the Sentinels.
In a game marred by imperfection, all Tim DiGiorgio had to do was be perfect to ensure Frankford High School’s biggest regular-season football victory in years.