— The George Washington Eagles vs. the Frankford Pioneers: A gridiron contest that withstands the test of time.
— In football's opening weekend in the Northeast, Frankford stood firm in a statement win on the road.
— After too long of a layoff, one of the best times of the year in the Northeast is upon us — football season.
This weekend, Keita Crespina will be rewarding the Hall of Fame efforts of the members of his Philadelphia Football Skills Academy (PFSA) with a Hall of Fame gift.
— Doubters said Aaron Wilmer could no longer play quarterback after a storied career at George Washington. They were wrong.
After a disappointing fall in the Public League championship, Frankford made sure its season ended on a high note.
When North Catholic shut its doors for good last year, it meant the end of one of the oldest traditions in the city. The annual Thanksgiving Day game with Frankford — like all else associated with the school — was reduced to a memory in the minds of the players, coaches and alumni.
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.