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Game 8 | October 23, 2015
Senior Night

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

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Boxscore

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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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Univest Players of the Week

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Univest’s SuburbanOneSports.com Featured Male Athlete 

(Week of Oct. 22, 2015)
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#61 Parker Minotti

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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