As has become their custom, Haverford School and host Penn Charter treated onlookers to a thrilling contest that required extra time - and extra points - to determine a victor. CLICK THE LINK TO READ MORE.
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Perkiomen Valley and Haverford School are both heading into their Friday matchup this week after winning their previous games. Haverford School came out on top in a nail-biter against West Catholic last week, sneaking past 37 - 34. As for Perkiomen Valley, it didn't have too much trouble with Pennridge in last week's game, where it won 38 - 20. CLICK THE LINK TO READ MORE.
Haverford School, spurred by one of the region's top ballcarriers, has won 21 consecutive games. A quick-strike Perkiomen Valley offense, featuring one of the area's best pass-catch duos, is averaging 42 points per game. CLICK THE LINK TO READ MORE.
When a team wins a championship, the moment is frozen in time. Celebrations follow. Lifetime memories are sustained.
For the players that return the following season, however, a significant challenge unfolds. Every team begins the season with a 0-0 record. In order to defend their title, the players and coaches must completely change focus from the past to the present. CLICK THE LINK TO READ MORE.
It's alive. Haverford School's winning streak remains intact after a thriller Friday night at Widener against West Catholic.
The Fords' school-record streak is now at 21 games after a 37-34 come-from-behind victory. CLICK THE LINK TO READ MORE.
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CHESTER >> Since the completion of a perfect football season last winter, the coaches, players and fans of Haverford School were looking for a sign that it could happen again.
By the time they all rolled out of Widener University’s Quick Stadium Friday night after a tell-tale 37-34 victory over nonleague host West Catholic, the sweat and the score were at least hinting at the possibility. CLICK THE LINK TO READ MORE.
It is clear that the starting running back for the Haverford School will be a force to be reckoned with this season.
The only thing murky, however, is how to spell his first name. The player, a senior headed to Colgate next season, prefers Malik Twyman. CLICK THE LINK TO READ MORE.