Downingtown: The 'Skins traveled to Downingtown to meet Head Coach Mike Milano at the Walter E. Kottmeyer Stadium. The Whippets come into this game with a record of 1-1 and the "Skins are at 2-0.
The first half was dominated by Downingtown who held the 'Skins scoreless. The Whippets scored twice on quick catch and runs in the 1st quarter and twice in the 2nd on a 2 yard TD and a pass into the end zone. They also added three points on a field goal as the first half wrapped. Score at halftime was 'Skins 0 - Whippets 30
The "Skins only score came in the 4th quarter with 4:29 left on the clock on a 5 yard TD run by Markus Burnett. Burnett had 20 carries for 100 yards and was the leader for all purpose yards. John Morris is right behind Burnett with 56 receiving and 28 kick return yards.
You can bet that Coach Wilmot and his staff will be preparing for our next away game this coming Friday. Make sure that you join us next week at North Penn in Lansdale for a great matchup in game 4!
Captains for tonight’s game were Nick Buchys, Jack Dunkley, Markus Burnett and Joey Zack.
Good night Mrs. B!
Faces in the Crowd
We attended the game last week and we can't help but bring back one of our favorite sections - Faces in the Crowd. Finding football alumni at games is quite easy and this week was no exception. We were delighted to see some familiar faces, faces we consider to be Redskin Royalty. First up there is Kanarah Pasley ' 93, far left. On the 1992 roster as number 82, Kanarah was both a wide receiver and corner back. Antoine Lovelace '99 is next and was a stand out wide receiver for Neshaminy. His highlights are here. Next are Keith Ennis and Jamar Brittingham, both '02, and both were an integral part of the state title 2001 team. Keith was a wide receiver and Jamar a running back. Jamar was selected to the 2001 All State team and both Keith and Jamar were selected to play in the 2002 Big 33 game. Next to Jamar is his older brother Sherman, a wide receiver and tight end on the 1998, 1999 and 2000 teams
In front is Nate Hall '13 a running back with 21 touchdowns and 141 average rushing yards per game in the 2012 season. Keith Ennis and Jamar spent some time coaching 'Skins football and Nate is our videographer for the 2022 season.
In the words of our own Paula G, “There’s always a seat in Harry’s House reserved for you”
|DTW||1||8:10||49 yd catch and run TD Jake Kucera and kick by Ben Mehan is good||0||7|
|DTW||1||3:57||63 yd catch and run TD Dean Hangey and kick by Mehan is no good||0||13|
|DTW||2||11:55||2 yd TD run John Mulville and kick by Mehan is good||0||20|
|DTW||2||4:15||15 yd catch TD Jake Kucera and kick by Mehan is good||0||27|
|DTW||2||0:23||Field Goal by Mehan||0||30|
|N||3||4:29||5 yd TD run Markus Burnett and Kaden Nicastro kick is good||7||30|
Video courtesy of Nick Rapciewicz
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The Trentonian Pregame: Bucks Football Advance: Neshaminy faces big test at Downingtown West before league play
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