If there was an exorbitant amount of requests for pain relief medicine at local pharmacies this past weekend, it might have had something to do with Friday night’s high school playoff football game between Lincoln and Northeast at Charles Martin Memorial Stadium.
Call it constructive competition. Call it unconditional support.
Regardless of the sport, many athletes ask about their statistics after a game.
In the back row of an exhausted and exhilarated group of football players was Devon Thompkins.
If a jogger happened to have passed Upper Darby High School as two football teams exited the field on Saturday afternoon, he or she wouldn’t have been able to determine who had won the game.
Asked what would be of most importance heading into Friday night’s game at Northeast High School, Frankford senior quarterback Marquise Poston responded with a snappy answer to an arguably stupid question.
Despite dealing with a rash of injuries leading to an 0-3 start, Northeast heads into division play with a clean slate.
It was just one of those days when very little went St. Hubert’s way.
Judge rebounds from Week 1 loss by blanking Council Rock South to give head coach Mike McKay his first victory.
Sometimes it’s difficult to find a silver lining in defeat.