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Heartbreak Ridge

The first game played at Neshaminy’s new field, called the “Neshaminy Athletic Field” or “Playwicki Field”, was in 1956. In 1965 Dick Dougherty of the Courier-Times refers to Neshaminy’s football field as “Heartbreak Ridge”. It was appropriately renamed as Harry E. Franks Stadium in 1985. LED lights were installed in July of 2015. Neshaminy is the 1st High School field on the East Coast to have these installed

Wall of Fame

The “Wall of Fame” was built to serve as a very public and important display of the many players, coaches and others who have contributed so much to Neshaminy’s football program since its first season of 1928. The statue of Coach John Petercuskie Sr., 1960 - 1965, was dedicated on September 19, 2010. His record was 59-1-5.

Cheer

Our Cheer team. led by Michelle Mazur has a long history of winning Championships. Known for their famous Chant "Everybody do the Redskin Rumble", they raise spirits at every game.

Student Section

Neshaminy has strong student participation and they represent at every game no matter home or away. The Redskin 8 changes each year and leads the student section in vocal support of our players.

Marching Band

Under the direction of Mike Lipton, our Marching Band is second to none. With a new and exciting theme each year, they keep the crowds entertained with their excellance in musical creativity and spot-on precision formations. For video of our fight songs click here

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Time will never dim the Glory of the Neshaminy Redskins...Harry E. Franks

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Game 8

Senior Night October 23, 2015

Neshaminy 41 - Bensalem 8

Neshaminy Scores Big in 1st Half to Beat the Owls

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Pregame Courier Times: Courier Times two-minute drill, Week 8

Courier Times: Neshaminy cruises past Bensalem in final home game

 

Next week we are at North Penn. See you at the Game!

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Team Qtr Time Description NHS OPP
N 1 10:27 9 yd TD run by Will Dogna and McDonald kick is good 7 0
N 1 2:39 3 yd TD run by Will Dogba and McDonald kick is good 14 0
N 1 1:00 9 yd pass to Denzel Hughes for TD and McDonald kick is good 21 0
N 2 9:08 Jack Spingler TD on a 26 yd pass and McDonald kick is good 28 0
N 2 3:41 17 yd TD run by Will Dogba and McDonald kick is good 35 0
B 3 2:26 TD on a 56 yd run by Gerald Whea and 2 point conversion by Isiah Murray is good 35 8
N 4 2:31 Joe Pirrone scores on a 35 yd run and QB Billy Clark takes a knee on 2 point conversion 41 8

 

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Photos courtesy of RMD Creative Design

More Photos available at RMD Creative Design

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Game Video

Videos by Matt Bartolacci

Video link for all Neshaminy games

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Univest’s SuburbanOneSports.com Featured Male Athlete (Week of Oct. 22, 2015)

His nickname on the Neshaminy football team is “Lieutenant,” and Parker Minotti just might earn those stripes and even high ranks on the United States’ most important team of all: the military. The bright, well-rounded, personable and community-minded senior aspires to attend the United States Military Academy in West Point, NY. It’s been his dream since he was in elementary school, and it could become a reality based on his great academic record and extensive extra-curricular resume. Minotti, an athletic 6-4, 225-pound offensive guard and defensive end, embodies the elements that comprise the model student-athlete. He ranks in the top 10 percent of his class and likewise gives 100 percent on the football field and in the community. “When he’s in a room, he brightens the whole room up,” said Neshaminy football coach Steve Wilmot. “He’s not the type of kid that’s going to sit in the background and do nothing. He’s going to give everything he has to everything he does. He has such a positive attitude about everything that he does. From day one, he was a very likeable kid. He’s not afraid to talk; he puts himself out there. He has a lot of positives.”

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Post Game Interviews WBCB

 

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Players of the Week

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