Pennsbury 26 CB West 21

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Pennsbury grounded and pounded its way to 370 rushing yards and its third straight victory, 26-21 over CB West. FB #24 Mulbah started the scoring with a 43-yard first quarter TD run (missed PAT), but West responded with an 89-yard kickoff return TD (refs forgot to mark off 15 for facemask on TD run, might have resulted in touchback instead). Mulbah capped off Pennsbury's next drive with a 13-yard TD run to put PHS up 13-7. After trading punts, CB West threw a short hitch, with the WR making a nice spin to the sideline and outrunning the Falcons for a 90-yard TD. Pennsbury's final possession of the half/first pass attempt was tipped at the line and picked, setting up West at around the PHS 20 with about :30 left. But a few plays later, a strip sack by OLB #29 Mullery (3 sacks on the game) led to a scoop and long score by MLB #9 Gabbett to put the Falcons up 19-14 (2-pt no good) at the half.

Mulbah plunged in from 1 yard out to extend the lead to 26-14 late third. Later, West got a nice punt return to the Falcons 48 with 3:19 left in the game. Three completions/33 seconds later, the score was 26-21. Pennsbury recovered the ensuing onside kick, but had to punt as West burned its final 2 timeouts. The punt went out at the 3 with a minute and change left. After gaining some breathing room with a couple completions and a roughing the passer, West just missed taking the lead on a deep ball down the sideline. Pennsbury's CB, in single coverage, was beat by a step and a half, but the ball was a step and a half too long. West's final catch and lateral failed to gain a first down and McGurrin kneeled one time for the win.

Pennsbury rushed 54 times for 370 on the game, with Mulbah going 31 for 240 and 3 TDs (often carrying 2 or 3 defenders with him for extra yards - the kid is strong), and QB #12 McGurrin chipping in with 15 for 103. Most of Mulbah's damage was done up the gut, with McGurrin running change-of-pace options with the WB for the first time this year. McGurrin was 0-3 passing with the INT. Defensively, the Falcons held West's running game in check for the most part. West tallied around 200 yards of total offense, but a majority was through the air.

Up next for the 3-1 Falcons: at 3-1 CB South. West (1-3) travels to 2-2 North Penn.
 

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Pennsbury grounded and pounded its way to 370 rushing yards and its third straight victory, 26-21 over CB West. FB #24 Mulbah started the scoring with a 43-yard first quarter TD run (missed PAT), but West responded with an 89-yard kickoff return TD (refs forgot to mark off 15 for facemask on TD run, might have resulted in touchback instead). Mulbah capped off Pennsbury's next drive with a 13-yard TD run to put PHS up 13-7. After trading punts, CB West threw a short hitch, with the WR making a nice spin to the sideline and outrunning the Falcons for a 90-yard TD. Pennsbury's final possession of the half/first pass attempt was tipped at the line and picked, setting up West at around the PHS 20 with about :30 left. But a few plays later, a strip sack by OLB #29 Mullery (3 sacks on the game) led to a scoop and long score by MLB #9 Gabbett to put the Falcons up 19-14 (2-pt no good) at the half.

Mulbah plunged in from 1 yard out to extend the lead to 26-14 late third. Later, West got a nice punt return to the Falcons 48 with 3:19 left in the game. Three completions/33 seconds later, the score was 26-21. Pennsbury recovered the ensuing onside kick, but had to punt as West burned its final 2 timeouts. The punt went out at the 3 with a minute and change left. After gaining some breathing room with a couple completions and a roughing the passer, West just missed taking the lead on a deep ball down the sideline. Pennsbury's CB, in single coverage, was beat by a step and a half, but the ball was a step and a half too long. West's final catch and lateral failed to gain a first down and McGurrin kneeled one time for the win.

Pennsbury rushed 54 times for 370 on the game, with Mulbah going 31 for 240 and 3 TDs (often carrying 2 or 3 defenders with him for extra yards - the kid is strong), and QB #12 McGurrin chipping in with 15 for 103. Most of Mulbah's damage was done up the gut, with McGurrin running change-of-pace options with the WB for the first time this year. McGurrin was 0-3 passing with the INT. Defensively, the Falcons held West's running game in check for the most part. West tallied around 200 yards of total offense, but a majority was through the air.

Up next for the 3-1 Falcons: at 3-1 CB South. West (1-3) travels to 2-2 North Penn.
I may be the only one, but I’m not surprised one
Bit! Snyder knew what he had, he knew they were a bunch of athletes, and a lot of wrestlers! The gritty kind. The ones that want to work and earn it! Coaching is 100% everything in HS football! The players love this staff and it shows!
Penns.
24-G- different level
9- Gabbett- stud
29-Mulerry- complete athlete
CBW
7- Beast
2- Holy Finn Fast
3- Quality player
I can not say how important High School Coaching! Hats off to Coach Snyder and Staff
 

solfootballfan

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West and Penns look on the surface as the same type of team but they’re not. West does almost everything relatively good but has not figured out what they do great yet. That’s not good week 1-4. Garnet is not a great team and Quakertown is bad. They need to figure out real quick if they want to be an ok spread, wings, power, etc or a great one of something else or they’ll find themselves down 5 losses real quick. It’s nice to think you want balance but in 10 weeks with 16-18 year olds that’s almost impossible early on. Yeah, they had success last year, but last year was way down for Suburban 1. Pennsbury on the other hand is just starting to get it going and if someone doesn’t clip their wings quickly they’re gonna be a big problem come weeks 10+. Neshaminy is Neshaminy and you better figure out how to stop that run. NP will throw all over you and the Ridge looks to have got it going too. That’s coaching! Nice win for Falcons. They might be the surprise this year.
 

lilromeo

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I may be the only one, but I’m not surprised one
Bit! Snyder knew what he had, he knew they were a bunch of athletes, and a lot of wrestlers! The gritty kind. The ones that want to work and earn it! Coaching is 100% everything in HS football! The players love this staff and it shows!
Penns.
24-G- different level
9- Gabbett- stud
29-Mulerry- complete athlete
CBW
7- Beast
2- Holy Finn Fast
3- Quality player
I can not say how important High School Coaching! Hats off to Coach Snyder and Staff
Mulbah is the best RB I have seen this year. He does it all.
 

lilromeo

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Yeah, 24 looks fantastic. 2 on West is also great. Falcons are doing what they should, Bucks need to get 2 the ball in space much more.
#2 is a game breaker. There were a couple times he was split wide right with 1 on 1 coverage with no safety up top. A quick slant may have been an easy score if the QB could get the ball off and to him. Wests O line did not hold up well . I like what Pennsbury has offensively in addition to #24.
 

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