Darci Borski knows what it’s like to rack up accolades and championships as a high school soccer star. Now, thanks to the experience she gained and is now paying forward as a head coach, so too do a new generation of student-athletes at Penn Charter.
WHERE: Frankford High School WHEN: Thursday, Nov. 27, 9:45 a.m. LAST YEAR: First ever meeting on Thanksgiving
WHERE: Abraham Lincoln High School WHEN: Thursday, Nov. 27, 10 a.m. LAST YEAR: Judge, 39-0 JUDGE LEADS SERIES: 35-3-1
WHERE: Northeast High School WHEN: Thursday, Nov. 27, 10 a.m. LAST YEAR: Central, 6-3 (OT) NORTHEAST LEADS SERIES: 56-52-10
READING — Eleven seconds.
In Public League Class AAAA football, it’s safe to say there’s been a changing of the guard.
By all accounts, Father Judge was hanging in there with one of the state’s best teams.
Alex Vo traveled off the beaten path when searching for a sport to excel in, trying anything from ice skating to swimming. Thanks to an assist from her dad, the Nazareth Academy junior fell in love with another non-mainstream sport for young people, and her skills on the tennis court are making a name for herself and her school.
After early exits in each of the last two seasons, the Ragdolls came from behind in a 2-1 overtime win over Council Rock South.
Below is a look at the other Public League football squads that participated in the postseason last weekend (all Catholic League programs had a bye week):