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MAY 24
TEDBIT
 
As you likely know by now, I love it when guys play multiple sports and have strong faith in both the short-term and long-range benefits. With that in mind . . . Here are basketball scoring numbers in regular season league play (1950 on up) for Catholic League guys who advanced to the NFL. Check out the No. 1 guy on the list. Good, ol' Marvin Harrison, who last summer was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. No. 4 is John Cappelletti, who won the Heisman Trophy. In 2013, I posted an updated list of the best NFL-AFL players from high schools in Philadelphia's three city leagues (Public, Catholic, Inter-Ac). Five guys listed below -- Harrison, Jim Cooper, Frank Wycheck, Jim Katcavage and Rich Gannon -- were first-teamers and three others -- Anthony Becht, Cappelletti and Frank Gallagher -- were included on the Best of the Rest list. Not all players stayed with hoops through their senior year. GS means games in which the player scored.
CL Basketball Points Scored by NFL Players, 1950-
Name School Last Years GS Points
Marvin Harrison Roman 1991 3 42 587
Anthony Walters O'Hara 2006 3 40 323
Carmen Cavalli ST More 1955 2 28 265
John Cappelletti Bonner 1970 2 17 202
Mike McCloskey Judge 1979 2 23 193
Jim Cooper Dougherty 1973 2 24 166
Don Clune O'Hara 1970 2 23 162
Andy Nacrelli St. James 1951 2 23 158
Frank Gallagher St. James 1961 2 26 141
Frank Wycheck Ryan 1988 1 15 84
Jim Katcavage Roman 1952 1 6 42
Scott Paxson Roman 2001 2 15 37
Anthony Becht Bonner 1995 2 8 17
Tom Garlick Judge 1989 1 4 12
*LaMar Campbell St. James 1993 1 2 7
Brandon Moore Carroll 1987 1 2 4
Jim Gilmore North 1980 1 1 2
Rich Gannon SJ Prep 1982 1 1 2
*-St. James closed in '93; attended Strath Haven as a senior    

MAY 23
TEDBIT
 
In Saturday's 43rd annual City All-Star Football Game, Mike "Neeko" Hnatkowsky became the ninth Penn Charter player to throw a pass (eight QBs, one guy on a trick play) and the fifth to connect for a TD. In all, the PC guys are 29-for-55 (52.7 percent) for 582 yards and eight scores and their teams are 7-2 with a 169-95 scoring advantage. In the first game, played in 1975, PC's Jack Maley hit North Catholic's Mike Morrin for the first TD, a 41-yarder. John Loughery Sr. is Matt Ryan's uncle. Brian McCloskey was PC's head coach (80-44 over two stints) and now assists Tommy Coyle.  

Stats for Penn Charter Passers in City All-Star Game
Name Year C-A Yards TDs W-L Score
Jack Maley 1975 3-6 79 1 Won 13-8
John Loughery Sr. 1978 3-4 72 2 Won 26-8
Bob Vorraso 1979 1-2 19 0 Won 14-6
Brian McCloskey 1982 1-3 11 0 Won 18-6
Ed Small 1984 2-3 17 0 Lost 3-13
*Courtney Batts 1993 1-1 34 0 Won 22-19
Matt Ryan 2003 8-16 128 1 Won 20-3
John Loughery Jr. 2011 4-7 132 2 Lost 20-30
Mike Hnatkowsky 2017 6-13 90 2 Won 33-12
    29-55 582 8 7-2 169-95
*-trick play            

APRIL 30
TEDBIT
 
It would have been impossible for the 2017 NFL draft to match the 2016 version from the excitement-for-"Our-Guys" standpoint. After all, last year five products of Public, Catholic and Inter-Ac schools were selected and that was the most since 1974, when there were many more rounds. Kutztown offensive lineman Jordan Morgan, who attended Parkway Northwest (no football team) and played for now-closed Germantown via a cooperative sponsorship, was nabbed yesterday by the Chicago Bears in the fifth round (No. 147). Jordan was a total neophyte when he joined the G-town Bears and didn't see loads of action. He blossomed little by little with the Kutztown Bears and, obviously, turned himself into a pro prospect. Now he's with the NFL Bears and someone at the Elias Sports Bureau or http://www.pro-football-reference.com/ needs to do some research -- Has any NFL player experienced that three-teams/same-nicknames trifecta? Especially with his first team? Ha, ha. Anyway, the list below shows "Our Guys" draftees, back to 1974, who were selected within the first 150 picks. Congrats and best of luck to Jordan!
    

Public/Catholic/Inter-Ac NFL Draftees Within the Top 150, 1974-2017
Year Name High School College Team Round No. Pos.
1990 Blair Thomas Frankford Penn St. NY Jets 1 2 RB
2008 Matt Ryan Penn Charter Boston College Atlanta 1 3 QB
1989 Burt Grossman Carroll Pitt San Diego 1 8 DE
1974 John Cappelletti Bonner Penn St. Los Angeles 1 11 RB
1996 Marvin Harrison Roman Syracuse Indianapolis 1 19 WR
2016 Will Fuller Roman Notre Dame Houston 1 21 WR
2013 Sharrif Floyd Washington Florida Minnesota 1 23 DL
2000 Anthony Becht Bonner West Virginia NY Jets 1 27 TE
2004 Kevin Jones O'Hara Virginia Tech Detroit 1 30 RB
2016 Jihad Ward Bok Illinois Oakland 2 44 DE
2003 Victor Hobson SJ Prep Michigan NY Jets 2 53 LB
1996 Lance Johnstone Germantown Temple Oakland 2 57 LB
2016 Carl Nassib Malvern Penn State Cleveland 3 65 DE
2015 Jaelen Strong West Catholic Arizona St. Houston 3 70 WR
1991 Erik Williams Bartram Central St. Dallas 3 70 OL
2016 Daryl Worley Penn Charter West Virginia Carolina 3 77 DB
1992 James Brown Mastbaum Virginia St. Dallas 3 82 OL
1983 Mike McCloskey Judge Penn St. Houston 4 88 TE
2008 Steve Slaton Conwell-Egan West Virginia Houston 3 89 RB
2006 Maurice Stovall Carroll Notre Dame Tampa Bay 3 90 WR
1987 Rich Gannon SJ Prep Delaware New England 4 98 QB
1974 Don Clune O'Hara Penn    NY Giants 5 107 WR
2006 Jahri Evans Frankford Bloomsburg New Orleans 4 108 OL
1985 Gerard Phelan Carroll Boston College New England 4 108 WR
1975 John Zimba Judge Villanova Cleveland 5 109 DE
2013 Ryan Nassib Malvern Syracuse NY Giants 6 110 QB
2015 Ibraheim Campbell Chestnut Hill Northwestern Cleveland 4 115 DB
2013 Earl Watford Gratz James Madison Arizona 6 116 OL
1987 Chris Conlin McDevitt Penn St. Miami 5 132 OL
2014 Tom Savage O'Hara Pitt Houston 4 135 QB
1977 Joe Klecko St. James Temple NY Jets 6 144 DL
2017 Jordan Morgan *Germantown Kutztown Chicago 5 147 OL
*-attended Parkway Northwest; played for Germantown via a cooperative sponsorship

FEB. 23
TEDBIT
  Dave Gueriera
, named this week as Malvern's new football coach, is a Cardinal O'Hara grad. He's the sixth former Catholic League player to guide an Inter-Ac program since the early 1980s. Bill Gallagher coached at two schools (and even at Chestnut Hill when it was not an I-A member for football). Gueriera attended Malvern for two years of middle school before transferring to O'Hara for high school. Good luck, Dave!

Name Alma Mater Coached Years
Tommy Coyle Judge Penn Charter 2013-16
Matt Dence Judge Germantown Academy 2012-16
Bill Gallagher Judge Penn Charter 1981-91, 1993-94
Bill Gallagher Judge Episcopal 2005-10
*Mike Mayock Sr. SJ Prep Haverford School 1983-87
Gamp Pellegrini St. Thomas More Malvern 1978-2008
*-also coached previously at HS (1970-76) and Malvern (1956-62)

JAN. 21
TEDBIT
 
In the first half of what became a 44-21 win over Green Bay in the conference championship game, Atlanta Falcons QB Matt Ryan passed 22-for-32 for 271 yards. That yardage total was WAY higher than his top effort for Penn Charter, as were his numbers for completions and attempts. Matt was a three-year starter for Clam Chowder (as my kids used to call it when they were very little -- ha ha) and rushing plays were mostly favored. But Matt did pass for 944 yards as a soph, 992 as a junior and 1,048 as a senior. He also passed for 22 TDs with 12 coming as a senior. His highs: 198 yards vs. Episcopal in '02, 14 completions vs. Peddie (NJ) in '01 and 26 attempts vs. Germantown Academy in '00. In the spring of '03, "Matty Ice" also led Non-Public over Public, 20-3, in the City All-Star Game. In that one he passed 8-for-16 for 128 yards and one TD. Matt and PC classmate Tony McDevitt were Non-Public captains. Click
here for a pic. He deserved major props for participating. He'd already locked up his scholarship to Boston College AND he was a key contributor to PC's baseball team (first team All-Inter-Ac infielder).

 

Matt Ryan's Top Passing Efforts at PC
Opponent C-A Yards Year
Episcopal 10-14 198 2002
Haverford School 6-8 186 2001
McDonogh (MD) 11-21 179 2002
Malvern 13-23 173 2000
Peddie (NJ) 14-24 166 2001
Pius X (Bangor) 8-16 155 2000
Frankford 10-21 136 2000
Malvern 10-16 134 2002
Interboro 4-9 132 2002
Interboro 12-24 130 2001

JAN. 20
TEDBIT
  The Maxwell Club has announced that Matt Ryan, a Penn Charter product (Class of 2003) and the Atlanta Falcons' quarterback, has been named the organization's Pro Football Player of the Year. He's the third "Our Guy" to win that honor, joining QB Rich Gannon (St. Joseph's Prep, Oakland Raiders) in 2002 and RB Leroy Kelly (Simon Gratz, Cleveland Browns) in 1968. Through the years, the MC has also honored two "Our Guys" as the College Football Player of the Year -- RB John Cappelletti (Monsignor Bonner, Penn State ) in 1973 and TB Francis "Reds" Bagnell (West Catholic/postgrad year at Germantown Academy, Penn) in 1950. The pertinent season stats for the five players are in the chart below, but the spotlight will shine on Bagnell for the rest of this nugget and something tells me you're gonna love it. In that 1950 season, Penn used a single wing attack and Bagnell was the tailback, which meant he was the BIG focus of the offense and did a lot of passing and running. On Oct. 14 at Franklin Field, he led Penn to a 42-26 win over Dartmouth and set an NCAA record by racking up 490 scrimmage yards. He passed 20-for-29 for 276 yards and one TD and ran 18 times for 214 yards and three TDs. In that same game, he completed 14 consecutive passes and threw no interceptions. In fact, over time, he set another NCAA mark by avoiding an interception over 88 consecutive passes. That record is now up to 444! Meanwhile, the scrimmage yardage mark is 819! It was set this past season (Oct. 22) by Texas Tech's Patrick Mahomes in a loss to Oklahoma. He passed 52-for-88 (geeeeeeezus!!) for 734 yards while rushing for 85 more.
 

"Our Guys" Winners of Major Maxwell Club Awards  
Bert Bell Award, Pro Player of the Year  
Year Name School Team Pos.
2016 Matt Ryan Penn Charter Atlanta Falcons QB
  Passed 373-for-534 for 4,944 yards and 38 TDs. Averaged 309 YPG.
2002 Rich Gannon St. Joseph's Prep Oakland Raiders QB
  Passed 418-for-618 for 4,689 yards and 26 TDs. Averaged 293.1 YPG.
1968 Leroy Kelly Simon Gratz Cleveland Browns RB
  Rushed 248 times for 1,239 yards and 16 TDs. Caught 22 passes for 297 yards and four TDs.
Maxwell Award, National College Player of the Year    
Year Name School Team Pos.
1973 John Cappelletti Monsignor Bonner Penn State RB
  Rushed 286 times for 1,522 yards and 17 TDs. Averaged 138.4 YPG.
1950 Francis "Reds' Bagnell *West Catholic Univ. of Pennsylvania TB
  Rushed 157 times for 672 yards and 9 TDs. Passed 63-for-125 for 931 yards and 7 TDs.
*-also spent a post-grad year at Germantown Academy

JAN. 15
TEDBIT
  By far, Rich Gannon (Class of 1983, St. Joseph's Prep) and Matt Ryan (Class of 2003, Penn Charter) have been the most accomplished NFL quarterbacks produced by Catholic/Inter-Ac/Public schools. Rich played for 17 seasons (1987-93, 1995-2004), passing for 28,743 yards and 180 touchdowns in regular season action while achieving a passer rating of 84.7. Matt recently completed his ninth regular season (2008-16) and his career numbers in the same categories are 37,701, 240 and 93.6. He has been the QB starter in all 142 of his games while Rich, now an analyst on NFL telecasts, made 132 starts in 157 appearances. OK, all that stuff is out of the way. Let's move on to the juicy stuff. How have they performed in the postseason? I decided to list the Top 5 performances based on passer rating and the battle is pretty darn cool. Rich owns three of the Top 5 bests while Matt can be found in spots No. 2 and No. 3. Matt racked up his top effort  yesterday in a win over the Seattle Seahawks, so he'll play at least one more game this season. Let the competition continue! . . . An extra Rich nugget: In his senior year at the Prep, he earned first team Daily News All-City honors as the quarterback and punter. Though he threw righthanded, he punted leftfooted. . . An extra Matt nugget: In the 2002-03 school year, he started for a basketball team that included four future pros while earning second team All-Inter-Ac honors (11.4 ppg). The others: Junior starters Sean Singletary and Rob Kurz advanced to the NBA while senior Tony McDevitt, the sixth man, played pro lacrosse. One of the other starters was soph Zack Zeglinski. His brother, Joe, is now Ryan's hoops coach.
  UPDATE: Matt Ryan claimed the No. 1 spot with his performance vs. Green Bay in the conference championship vs. Green Bay. The numbers are below.
  SECOND UPDATE: Matt Ryan topped his No. 1 performance in the OT Super Bowl loss to New England. His 144.1 rating ranks No. 4 in SB history.

Rich Gannon vs. Matt Ryan in Playoff Performances
Name Year Team Opponent W-L C-A Yards TDs INTs Rating
Matt Ryan 2016 Atlanta New Engl. L, 34-28 17-23 284 2 0 144.1
Matt Ryan 2016 Atlanta Green Bay W, 44-21 27-38 392 4 0 139.4
Rich Gannon 2001 Oakland NY Jets W, 38-24 23-29 294 2 0 131.9
Matt Ryan 2016 Atlanta Seattle W, 36-20 26-37 338 3 0 125.7
Matt Ryan 2012 Atlanta San Fran. L, 28-24 30-42 396 3 1 114.8
Rich Gannon 2002 Oakland Tennessee W, 41-24 29-41 286 3 0 114.5
Rich Gannon 2000 Oakland Miami W, 27-0 12-18 143 1 0 109.3

JAN. 8
TEDBIT
 
Through the years, many organizations -- newspapers, news services, magazines, TV networks, etc. -- have picked all-star teams of NFL players. But in the view of most observers, the All-Pro teams selected by the Associated Press and United Press International have carried the most weight. Since the mid-1950s, 10 products of Public/Catholic/Inter-Ac schools have earned first team honors from one or both organizations. This week, the Atlanta Falcons' Matt Ryan (Penn Charter) became the first Inter-Ac representative and second quarterback to make the cut. Herb Adderley (Northeast, back in the school's 8th and Lehigh days) and Jahri Evans (Frankford) are the lone four-timers. . . If I missed someone, PLEASE speak up. tedtee307@yahoo.com. Thanks!
 

"Our Guys" Who've Earned AP and/or UPI First Team All-Pro Honors
Name School Team Pos. Season
Frank "Bucko" Kilroy North Catholic Philadelphia Eagles DL 1954
Jim Katcavage Roman Catholic New York Giants DE 1961, 1962, 1963
Herb Adderley Northeast Green Bay Packers DB 1962, 1963, 1965, 1966
Leroy Kelly Gratz Cleveland Browns RB 1966, 1967, 1968
Joe Klecko St. James New York Jets DL 1981, 1985
Erik Williams Bartram Dallas Cowboys OL 1993, 1996
Marvin Harrison Roman Indianapolis Colts WR 1999, 2002, 2006
Rich Gannon SJ Prep Oakland Raiders QB 2000, 2002
Jahri Evans Frankford New Orleans Saints OL 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Matt Ryan Penn Charter Atlanta Falcons QB 2016

JAN. 7
TEDBIT
 
The NFL's regular season is over and I'm thinking a record was set: Most "Our Guys" to make appearances in at least one game. Seventeen products of Public/Catholic/Inter-Ac schools saw action. Wonderful! An 18th player, Malvern product Ryan Nassib, was on the New York Giants' roster as the backup quarterback, but he did not make it into a game and was recently placed on injured reserve. He DID play in previous seasons. Philly was always considered a basketball city. Looks like things have changed. . . If I missed someone, PLEASE speak up. tedtee307@yahoo.com. Thanks!

"Our Guys" Who Saw Game Action in the NFL This Season  
PUBLIC LEAGUE      
Name School Team Pos.
Zaire "Bam" Anderson Frankford Denver Broncos LB
Jahri Evans Frankford New Orleans Saints OL
Sharrif Floyd Washington Minnesota Vikings DL
Brent Grimes Northeast Tampa Bay Buccaneers DB
Will Parks Germantown Denver Broncos DB
Al-Hajj Shabazz Bartram Pittsburgh Steelers DB
Jihad Ward Bok Oakland Raiders DL
Earl Watford Gratz Arizona Cardinals OL
CATHOLIC LEAGUE      
Name School Team Pos.
Corey Brown O'Hara Carolina Panthers WR
Will Fuller Roman Houston Texans WR
Nick Moody Roman Washington Redskins LB
Tom Savage O'Hara Houston Texans QB
Jaelen Strong West Catholic Houston Texans WR
INTER-AC LEAGUE      
Name School Team Pos.
Ibraheim Campbell Chestnut Hill Cleveland Browns DB
Carl Nassib Malvern Cleveland Browns DL
Matt Ryan Penn Charter Atlanta Falcons QB
Daryl Worley Penn Charter Carolina Panthers DB

JAN. 3
TEDBIT
 
Below are Top 20 YPG averages for all Catholic League receivers over the last nine seasons that have led their teams to at least the quarterfinal round in the playoffs. Due to injuries, not every guy played in every game. Included are league playoffs, City Titles and all varieties of state playoffs, including subregionals.

Top Performances by CL Receivers  Whose Teams Have Reached at Least State Quarters
Name School Class Year G Yards Avg.
Jaron Macon McDevitt A 2015 5 380 76.0
Sean Coleman La Salle AAAA 2012 5 339 67.8
Craig Jones W. Catholic AA 2015 6 404 67.3
Aamir Brown Neum.-Gor. AA 2014 5 323 64.6
Connor Hoffman La Salle AAAA *2009 6 378 63.0
Jaelen Strong-Rankin W. Catholic AA *2010 6 374 62.3
Terrance Greene SJ Prep AAAAAA *2016 6 360 60.0
Bruce Mapp W. Catholic AA 2011 5 285 57.0
Quran Kent W. Catholic AA 2009 7 385 55.0
Eric Young W. Catholic AA 2008 8 427 53.4
Amadou Barry W. Catholic AA 2015 6 318 53.0
Sean Coleman La Salle AAAA 2011 5 264 52.8
Darryle Simmons SJ Prep AAAAAA *2016 6 305 50.8
Nick Rinella La Salle AAAA 2015 4 194 48.5
John Reid SJ Prep AAAA 2014 3 144 48.0
Sam McCain Wood AAA 2009 5 228 45.6
Jameer Bryson W. Catholic AA 2015 6 268 44.7
John Reid SJ Prep AAAA *2013 6 250 41.7
Mark Webb Wood AAAAA *2016 7 187 37.4
Nate Smith Wood AAA *2011 6 221 36.8
*-state champ            

JAN. 2
TEDBIT
 
Below are Top 20 YPG averages for all Catholic League rushers over the last nine seasons that have led their teams to at least the quarterfinal round in the playoffs. Due to injuries, not every guy played in every game. Included are league playoffs, City Titles and all varieties of state playoffs, including subregionals.

Top Performances by CL Rushers Whose Teams Have Reached at Least State Quarters
Name School Class Year G Yards Avg.
D'Andre Swift SJ Prep AAAAAA *2016 6 1082 180.3
Andrew Guckin Wood AAA 2012 6 1065 177.5
Jarrett McClenton Wood AAA 2014 5 800 160.0
David Williams W. Catholic AA 2011 5 767 153.4
Khalil Roane Neum.-Gor. AA 2014 6 739 147.8
Brandon Hollomon W. Catholic AA *2010 6 862 143.7
Jarrett McClenton Wood AAA *2013 6 829 138.2
Rob Hollomon W. Catholic AA 2008 8 1103 137.9
Raheem Blackshear Wood AAAAA *2016 5 680 136.0
Sean Cunningham Wood AAA 2008 6 805 134.2
Tim Wade La Salle AAAA 2011 5 629 125.8
Syaire Madden La Salle AAAA 2015 4 499 124.8
Desmon Peoples Wood AAA *2011 5 613 122.6
Shawn Thompson Wood AAAAA  *2016 5 609 121.8
Brandon Hollomon W. Catholic AA 2009 7 851 121.6
Brandon Peoples Wood AAA 2010 5 530 106.0
Jamal Abdur-Rahman La Salle AAAA 2010 6 636 106.0
Olamide Zaccheaus SJ Prep AAAA *2013 6 473 78.8
Jamal Abdur-Rahman La Salle AAAA *2009 6 463 77.2
James Bell SJ Prep AAAA 2014 5 339 67.8
*-state champ            

DEC. 27
TEDBIT
 
Below are Top 20 YPG passing averages for all Catholic League quarterbacks over the last nine seasons that have led their teams to at least the quarterfinal round in the playoffs. Due to injuries, not every guy played in every game. Included are league playoffs, City Titles and all varieties of state playoffs, including subregionals.

Top Performances by CL Passers Whose Teams Have Reached at Least State Quarters
Name School Class Year G Yards Avg.
Joshua Evans W. Catholic AA 2015 6 1213 202.2
Chris Kane La Salle AAAA 2012 5 995 199.0
Chris Martin SJ Prep AAAA *2013 5 992 198.4
Drew Loughery La Salle AAAA *2009 6 865 160.8
Marquez McCray SJ Prep AAAAAA *2016 6 906 151.0
Chris Ferguson La Salle AAAA 2015 4 572 143.0
Jerry Rahill Wood AAA 2009 5 704 140.8
Matt Magarity La Salle AAAA 2011 5 703 140.6
Jarred Evans W. Catholic AA 2009 7 881 125.9
Jack Clements SJ Prep AAAA 2014 5 614 122.8
Jack Colyar Wood AAAAA  *2016 5 591 118.2
Ray Lenhart Neum.-Gor. AA 2014 5 559 111.8
Anthony Reid W. Catholic AA *2010 6 628 104.7
Sean McCartney Wood AAA 2008 6 615 102.5
Matt Magarity La Salle AAAA 2010 5 511 102.2
Joey Monaghan Wood AAA *2011 6 612 102.0
Joey Monaghan Wood AAA 2010 6 483 96.6
Curtis Drake W. Catholic AA 2008 8 769 96.1
Jaleel Reed W. Catholic AA 2011 5 479 95.8
Tom Garlick Wood AAA  *2013 6 389 64.8
*-state champ            

DEC. 22
TEDBIT
 
La Salle ('09), West Catholic ('10) and St. Joseph's Prep ('13, '14, '16) have combined for five state championships over the last eight seasons and those squads have featured numerous stars. Here's one man's opinion of the overall best based on the spots they claimed on Daily News All-City squads. Aaron "Ace" Carter picked the 2013, '14 and '16 squads. I did so in '09 and '10. As with yesterday's Wood team, no punter is listed.
 

ALL-STAR TEAM OF STATE CHAMP PLAYERS FROM LA SALLE ('09), W. CATHOLIC ('10) AND SJ PREP ('13-'14, '16)
OFFENSE
Pos. Name School Year All-City
L Jon Daniel Runyan SJ Prep 2013-14 1st/1st
L Jackson Evans SJ Prep 2016 1st
L Mark Ehrlich SJ Prep 2014 2nd
L Steven Robinson SJ Prep 2013 2nd
L Ed Mooney SJ Prep 2014 3rd
Rec. Jaelen Strong-Rankin West 2010 1st
Rec. Sam Feleccia La Salle 2009 1st
Rec. Quran Kent West 2010 2nd
QB Drew Loughery La Salle 2009 1st
RB *D'Andre Swift SJ Prep 2013/'16 3rd/1st
RB Jamal Abdur-Rahman La Salle 2009 2nd
MP Brandon Hollomon West 2010 1st
K Mike Bennett La Salle 2009 1st
*-also 1st team MP in '14.
DEFENSE
Pos. Name School Year All-City
L Jake Strain SJ Prep 2013-14 1st/1st
L Ryan Bryce SJ Prep 2016 1st
L Steve Szostak La Salle 2009 1st
L Jim Lynch West 2010 1st
L Steve Sinnott La Salle 2009 1st
LB Ryan McNulty SJ Prep 2013 1st
LB Shane Brady La Salle 2009 1st
B John Reid SJ Prep 2013-14 1st/1st
B Dillon DeIuliis SJ Prep 2014 2nd
B Richard Carr SJ Prep 2016 2nd
B Kevin Forster La Salle 2009 3rd

DEC. 21
TEDBIT
 
Archbishop Wood has won four state championships over the last six seasons and those squads have featured numerous stars. Here's one man's opinion of the overall best based on the spots they claimed on Daily News All-City squads. Aaron "Ace" Carter picked the 2013, '14 and '16 squads. I did so in '11. As you'll see, no punter is listed. Did the Vikings even get to fourth down in those four seasons? (smile).

WOOD'S ALL-STAR TEAM OF STATE CHAMP PLAYERS
OFFENSE   DEFENSE
Pos. Name Year All-City   Pos. Name Year All-City
L Ryan Bates 2013-14 1st/1st   L Colin Thompson 2011 1st
L Frank Taylor 2011 1st   L Devon Cobb 2013-14 2nd/2nd
L Brandon Arcidiacono 2011 1st   L Chris Gary 2013 3rd
L Anthony Diodato 2016 1st   L Christian Lohin 2014 3rd
L Ryan Neher 2013-14 3rd/2nd   LB Jake Cooper 2013-14 1st/1st
Rec. Mark Webb 2016 1st   LB Justin Rubin 2014 1st 
Rec. Kyle Pitts 2016  3rd   LB Kyle Adkins 2011 2nd
QB Joey Monaghan 2011 2nd   LB Matt Palmer 2016 3rd
RB Jarrett McClenton 2013-14 1st/1st   B Nate Smith 2011 1st
RB Desmon Peoples 2011 1st   B Kendall Singleton 2013 2nd
RB Shawn Thompson 2016 2nd   B Nasir Peoples 2016 3rd
MP Raheem Blackshear 2016 1st          
K Nick Visco 2011 1st          

DEC. 19
TEDBIT
  In the waning moments of last night's game between the Dallas Cowboys and Tampa Bay Bucs, play-by-play announcer Al Michaels said Cowboys QB Dak Prescott had posted the NFL's all-time No. 2 passing percentage for guys with at least 30 attempts in a game. Prescott threw no more passes and finished 32-for-36 (88.9 percent) for 279 yards and a TD. Michaels also noted that the No. 1 spot was held by Rich Gannon, who'd gone 34-for-38 (89.5 percent) in the 500th regular season Monday Night Football game in 2002. Thanks for the Tedbit fodder, Mr. Michaels! Gannon starred for St. Joseph's Prep (class of 1983) and earned first team All-City honors at TWO positions -- QB and punter. Believe it or not, he punted left-footed (non-stop boomers!) even though he threw right-handed. Gannon played for Oakland in that 11/11/2002 game and the opponent was Denver. Those 34 completions yielded 352 yards and three TDs. In the Prep's '82 season, Gannon passed 109-for-248 (44.0 percent) for 1,567 yards and eight TDs. He also ran for four scores. Maybe you're wondering, did he have any games with very impressive completion percentages? Yes, two. His best was 64 percent (16-for-25) in game No. 5, a 21-7 win over long-closed St. James, in Chester. He passed for two scores and ran for one. Second best was 61.1 percent (11-for-18) and that was posted in the opener, a 14-13 win over Lower Merion. The yield was 173 yards and one score. In his 17-year NFL career, counting playoffs, Gannon passed 2,687-for-4,446 (60.4 percent) for 30,434 yards (17.3 miles) and 191 TDs.

DEC. 18
TEDBIT

  Pat McLoone, sniping wing guard for La Salle High in 1977, is not only the managing editor of the good, ol' Philadelphia Daily News and the father of four boys who were students/athletes at Monsignor Bonner/Bonner-Prendie. He has a good sense of humor and it was the inspiration for this Tedbit. In a showcase event Friday night, B-P beat Beaver Falls, 52-49, on a buzzer-beating trey by Tymir Cooper and Pat sent me a text that began with "John Cappelletti over Joe Namath." Ha, ha, ha. All people of a certain age get the reference and, hey, who knows, maybe some young bucks also understand. Cappelletti, a 1970 Bonner grad, won the Heisman Trophy in 1973 thanks to his rushing exploits for Penn State. He then played nine seasons in the NFL. Namath, a 1961 Beaver Falls grad (that town is about 30 miles north of Pittsburgh), played quarterback in the pros for 13 seasons and is most famous for having led the New York Jets (AFL) past the Baltimore Colts (NFL) in Super Bowl III. After "guaranteeing" that the huge upset would happen. I knew that Cappelletti -- we're almost the same age -- had played basketball for Bonner and had even earned first team All-Catholic honors in the Southern Division in 1970. But what about Namath? Had he played hoops at Beaver Falls? . . . First some nuggets about Cappelletti. As a junior at Bonner, he hardly played for the varsity and settled for four CL points on a field goal and two free throws. As a senior he scored 198 points in 16 division games for a 12.4 average. He had five points in a quarterfinal win over St. Joseph's Prep, played on a Sunday, but injured his foot or ankle (reports vary) at practice four days later and was unavailable for Sunday's semifinal loss to North Catholic. Both games were played at the Palestra . . . Now for Namath. He was a star in the three major sports at BF -- some expected him to sign a baseball contract out of high school; this was the before-the-draft era -- but did not make it through his senior basketball campaign. Here's why: He got kicked off the team! On January 21, in the New Castle (Pa.) News, sports editor Bob Vosburg included this short (but telling?) nugget in a notes column: "Though he's no angel, Joe Namath, Beaver Falls' fine athlete, isn't the dead-end kid some stories make him out to be, either." Just a few days earlier, Namath had scored 19 points to lift Beaver Falls to a 75-68 win over New Castle. In that story, Vosburg noted Namath had "walked onto the court carrying a basketball palm-down in one hand as if it were an orange." Numerous stories through the years made note of Namath's huge hands (he was only 6-2) and how he could palm a basketball as early as tenth grade. Anyway, then there was this in the Feb. 7 New Castle paper: Namath and Bennie Singleton, the team's top scorer, had been dismissed from the team because of their actions during a game vs. visiting Farrell. BF was getting swamped when coach Nate Lippe substituted for the two players. "Instead of retiring to the bench, the two went directly to the locker room to shower without Lippe's permission," Vosburg wrote. He added, "A story behind the story has it that there was dissension on the club because of the feelings in some quarters that Namath and Singleton were hogging the shots." There was lots of uproar about the decision but Lippe, a first-year coach, stood his ground. Namath and Singleton played no more (though both were given honorable mention on the all-league team). While conducting research for this nugget, I found something else concerning Namath and his, um. nutty ways. In a story published years later after Namath had become quite famous, one newspaper ran this quote from a Beaver Falls athletic director. "Right after Joe's Beaver Falls High won the league (football) title, Joe climbed on the roof of the Sahli Chevrolet building on Seventh Avenue and shinnied up the flag pole. He wanted to tie an orange balloon on the top, advertising Beaver Falls' championship. Well, a crowd started to gather and the police were called and Joe, as usual, got in a helluva mess." Gotta love it! Thanks for the text, Pat.

DEC. 16
TEDBIT
 
In the previous two seasons, 19 players earned first team Daily News All-City honors for a second time (or third time, in the case of 2015 SJ Prep grad John Reid). From 2007 through '13 (seven seasons), only 18 had done so and this year only two have done so -- SJ Prep's D'Andre Swift (three times) and Wood's Raheem "Speedy" Blackshear (twice). Last year's squad, also selected by Aaron "Ace" Carter, included just three underclassmen. The other guy, Malvern RB O'Shaan Allison, suffered a serious injury and missed much of the season. The total for multiple first-teamers from 2000 through '06 was 21. Below are the names/details for all multi-first-teamers in this century. Most guys earned honors at the same position. If not, a guy's position for his first year on the team is listed to the left, followed by the second. It'll be cool to see some (many?) of these other guys advance to the NFL.
 

Multiple First Team All-City Honorees in This Century
Pos. Name School(s) Years
*-advanced to NFL    
SENIORS IN 2000    
Rec.-DB Steve Holmes Germantown Academy  1999-00
Rec.  Ramon Mills Edward Bok 1999-00
RB *Kevin Jones Cardinal O'Hara 1999-00
MP Joe McCourt Roman Catholic 1999-00
K Marty Higgins Archbishop Carroll 1999-00
DL Jeff Vanak Archbishop Carroll 1999-00
SENIORS IN 2001    
L John Connors SJ Prep 2000-01
L Mike "Tuna" Bucella Cardinal O'Hara 2000-01
RB Kyle Ambrogi SJ Prep 2000-01
P-K Brendan Carney Malvern Prep 2000-01
LB Maurice Bennett George Washington 2000-01
SENIORS IN 2002    
  None    
SENIORS IN 2002-03    
RB *Curtis "Boonah" Brinkley West Catholic 2002-03
LB Brian Tracz SJ Prep 2002-03
SENIORS IN 2003-04    
L Matt Lowry Cardinal O'Hara 2003-04
RB *Steve Slaton Conwell-Egan 2003-04
DL-L Marques Slocum Neumann/West Catholic 2003-04
LB Joe Rosati Episcopal 2003-04
SENIORS IN 2005    
DB John Maddox West Catholic 2004-05
SENIORS IN 2006    
QB Chris Whitney SJ Prep 2005-06
P Eric Muller Penn Charter 2005-06
DL-L Paul Ostick Malvern Prep 2005-06
SENIORS IN 2007    
RB Rashad Campbell Chestnut Hill 2006-07
DL Jewhan Edwards Roman Catholic 2006-07
SENIORS IN 2008    
MP-RB Rob Hollomon West Catholic 2007-08
SENIORS IN 2009    
L-DL *Sharrif Floyd George Washington 2008-09
Seth Betancourt SJ Prep 2008-09
QB Drew Loughery La Salle 2008-09
RB *Ibraheim Campbell Chestnut Hill 2008-09
SENIORS IN 2010    
  None    
SENIORS IN 2011    
L Frank Taylor Archbishop Wood 2010-11
L-DL Connor Mahoney Malvern Prep 2010-11
RB Desmon Peoples Archbishop Wood 2010-11
SENIORS IN 2012    
L Mike McGlinchey Penn Charter 2011-12
Rec *William Fuller Roman Catholic

2010-11-12

RB David Williams West Catholic/Imhotep 2011-12
K Nick Visco Archbishop Wood 2011-12
DL Justin Moody George Washington 2011-12
LB Matt Galambos Haverford School 2011-12
SENIORS IN 2013    
LB Zaire Franklin La Salle 2012-13
DB Deandre Scott Imhotep Charter 2012-13
SENIORS IN 2014    
L Ryan Bates  Archbishop Wood 2013-14
L Jon Daniel Runyan  SJ Prep 2013-14
L Jacob Rebisz Malvern Prep 2013-14
Rec.  Jimmy Herron La Salle 2013-14
RB Jarrett McClenton Archbishop Wood 2013-14
RB Samir Bullock Archbishop Ryan 2013-14
DL  Shareef Miller  Frankford/Washington 2013-14
DL  Jake Strain SJ Prep 2013-14
LB Jake Cooper Archbishop Wood 2013-14
DB John Reid SJ Prep 2012-13-14
SENIORS IN 2015
L Yasir Durant Imhotep 2014-15
L JohnCarlo Valentin Imhotep 2014-15
MP D’Andre Swift SJ Prep 2014-15
DL  Raquan Thomas  Simon Gratz 2014-15
DL  Karamo Dioubate Prep Charter 2014-15
DL-Rec. Naseir “Pop” Upshur Imhotep 2014-15
LB Shawn "Woozy" Jenkins Simon Gratz 2014-15
DB  Yeedee Thaenrat Father Judge 2014-15
DB-Rec. Dox Aitken Haver. School 2014-15
SENIORS IN 2016
MP-RB D'Andre Swift SJ Prep 2014-15-16
MP Raheem "Speedy" Blackshear Wood 2015-16

DEC. 15
TEDBIT
 
Below are breakdowns for the four Wood teams that have claimed next-to-highest enrollment state championships (three at AAA, one at AAAAA). There are 13 categories. The 2011 and 2014 squads are tied for first with five top performances. They're also knotted atop the best overall record list at 14-1.
 
  2011 2013 2014 2016
Overall Record #14-1 13-2 #14-1 11-2-1
Division Record 3-0 3-0 4-0 5-1
Points Scored 599 585 662 499
Points Allowed 124 173 202 209
Average Score Overall 40-8 39-12 44-13 36-15
Average Score in CL/CT playoffs 49-7 48-13 44-20 51-13
Average Score in state playoffs 54-12 35-13 47-14 43-8
Rushing Yards Gained 257.5 242.3 280.9 225.4
Passing Yards Gained 107.2 93.7 108.5 141.6
Total Yards Gained 364.7 336 389.4 366.9
Rushing Yards Allowed 95.5 123.7 93.8 81.0
Passing Yards Allowed 75.5 68 105.5 125.4
Total Yards Allowed 171 125.1 199.3 206.4
#-tied for top spot        

DEC. 14
TEDBIT
  Below are breakdowns for archrival CL schools that have combined for four largest-enrollment state championships. There are 13 categories. SJ Prep's 2016 Class 6A champs own the top performance in nine of them. La Salle '09 is second with three. SJ Prep '14 is third with one. SJ Prep '13 got blanked.
 
  La S '09 SJP '13 SJP '14 SJP '16
Overall Record *14-1 12-3 11-3 14-0
Division Record 5-1 4-0 3-0 6-0
Points Scored 30.4 29.4 37.3 40.2
Points Allowed 11.9 19.8 24.6 15.6
Average Score Overall 30-12 29-20 37-25 40-16
Average Score in CL/CT playoffs 32-23 28-17 47-14 41-9
Average Score in state playoffs 25-9 31-14 40-26 38-16
Rushing Yards Gained 161.7 172.1 226.1 242.9
Passing Yards Gained 164.6 168.7 154.6 169.9
Total Yards Gained 326.3 340.8 380.7 412.7
Rushing Yards Allowed 137.3 178.1 115.9 103.1
Passing Yards Allowed 99.3 137.9 173.2 166.6
Total Yards Allowed 236.5 316.1 289.1 269.7
*Lone loss to SJ Prep, 24-17        

DEC. 13
TEDBIT
 
Since 1981, guys in one trio and 13 combos have rushed for at least 1,000 yards apiece. Now in the club are Wood's Shawn Thompson (2,567) and Raheem "Speedy" Blackshear (1,257), who totaled 2,567 yards. West Catholic's 2008 trio of Rob Hollomon (1,923), QB Curtis Drake (1,639) and Raymond "Syrup" Maples (1,309) was beyond outrageous, combining for 4,871 yards. Wonder if that total will ever be remotely approached again, let alone eclipsed.
 
Wood's primary linemen this year were: center Tom Walsh, guards Connor Bishop and Matt Arcidiacono, tackles Anthony Diodato and Albert Glasgow, and tight ends Kyle Pitts and Bill Shaeffer.
 
1,000-Yard Rushing Combos (& One Trio), 1981-2016
Name School Yards Total Year
Rob Hollomon W. Catholic 1,923 4,871 '08
Curtis Drake W. Catholic 1,639   '08
Raymond Maples W. Catholic 1,309   '08
Eddie Gaskins Frankford 1,940 3,219 '97
Herbert Sample Frankford 1,279   '97
Jarrett McClenton Wood 2,191 3,195 '14
Alex Arcangeli Wood 1,004   '14
Jim Casey Judge 1,717 2,778 '97
Ed Guzak Judge 1,061   '97
Al Settembrino Ryan 1,307 2,579 '85
Rick Hollawell Ryan 1,272   '85
Amir Paulk Northeast 1,507 2,568 '15
Keith Moore Northeast 1,061   '15
Shawn Thompson Wood 1,310 2,567 '16
Raheem Blackshear Wood 1,257   '16
Desmon Peoples Wood 1,349 2,462 '10
Brandon Peoples Wood 1,113   '10
Dan Jones SJ Prep 1,181 2,324 '03
John Shaw SJ Prep 1,143   '03
Joe O'Connell Ryan 1,147 2,278 '97
Jeff Moore Ryan 1,131   '97
Desmon Peoples Wood 1,239 2,252 '11
Brandon Peoples Wood 1,013   '11
James Roderick Carroll 1,089 2,147 '02
Ryan Stewart Carroll 1,058   '02
Sundiata Rush Central 1,086 2,106 '88
Jerrod Washington Central 1,020   '88
Aaron Brown SJ Prep 1,068 2,100 '97
Milton Johnson SJ Prep 1,032   '97

DEC. 12
TEDBIT
 
Every father wants the best for his son. But does he want to be outdone? And then have to listen to his son chirp about it non-stop? (smile). In the Swift home, the last two days have likely been quite entertaining with D'Andre givin' his pop an earful. Here's why: In 1987, Darren Swift's rushing (and terrific blocking for fellow RB Sean Parish) helped Frankford become the first team in Public League history to finish with a record as lofty as 12-0. Then came this past Saturday night. D'Andre Swift's rushing (and blocking for quarterback Marquez McCray) helped St. Joseph's Prep become just the second team in Catholic League history (also La Salle in 1996) to finish with a record as lofty as 14-0. On the list below, you'll see that Darren, now the Prep's strength/conditioning coach, saved three of his top four performances for the stretch run -- playoffs vs. Bartram and Dobbins surrounding the ultra-important Thanksgiving game vs. North Catholic. D'Andre packed three of his top five into the same span and his other really goodies came against archrival La Salle. In that first meeting, he scored seven TDs in all -- six rushing, one receiving.
 
Darren Swift, 12-0 Frankford in 1987 D'Andre Swift, 14-0 SJ Prep in 2016
Opponent We They Car. Yds TDs Opponent We They Car. Yds TDs
Bartram 29 32 13 32 0 Oaks Chris. (CA) 49 17 14 128 2
Roxborough 38 6 7 51 0 Don Bosco (NJ) 35 24 8 73 2
Olney 43 6 12 96 2 Wood 43 24 1 6 0
King 28 6 16 81 1 Carroll 42 6 x x x
Washington 44 6 11 44 2 Roman 22 10 0 0 0
Northeast 55 0 4 83 2 Judge 35 13 0 0 0
Mastbaum 56 0 6 37 0 La Salle 63 35 19 275 6
Lincoln 25 15 16 80 1 Ryan 35 14 0 0 0
University City 35 6 6 34 2 Roman 45 7 7 87 1
Bartram 25 8 16 95 1 La Salle 35 14 18 176 3
North Catholic 34 17 20 175 1 Northeast 44 6 6 72 2
Dobbins 42 14 19 137 2 Parkland 38 17 18 318 2
            North Penn 35 25 31 268 4
            Pitts. Cent. Cath. 42 7 27 161 3
12-0 454 116 146 945 14 14-0 563 219 149 1,564 25
  37.8 9.7         40.2 15.6      

DEC. 11
TEDBIT
 
Their high school careers have ended and their stats have been finalized . . . This last list includes the guys the from the two earlier lists, so you can see how everyone fared. The Prep's D'Andre Swift totaled 5,918 yards of rushing/receiving along with 74 TDs. Mix in four other scores and a two-point conversion and his career produced 470 points.
  UPDATE: West Catholic's guys have been added. Neglected to do so earlier. Thanks, Huck!
 
Final Totals for Productive Players Whose Careers Have Ended 
RUSHING School Car. Yards TDs
D'Andre Swift SJ Prep 563 4,273 54
Syaire Madden La Salle/SCH Acad. 656 4,008 39
Malik Twyman Haverford School 401 2,756 36
Calil Wortham West Catholic 468 2,619 35
Shawn Thompson Wood 249 2,191 30
Zac Fernandez Malvern 315 2,181 20
Raheem "Speedy" Blackshear Judge/Wood 268 1,954 32
Joe Hartley-Vittoria Bonner-Prendie 379 1,812 14
PASSING School C-A Yards TDs
Mike "Neeko" Hnatkowsky Penn Charter 394-722 6,172 60
Kyle McCloskey Gtn. Academy 281-610 3,902 45
Max Bryson McDevitt 224-456 3,682 39
Tommy Toal Haverford School 248-391 3,431 37
Matt Romano Ryan 255-460 3,405 37
Stephen Honick Carroll 258-506 2,921 17
Rob King Judge 191-419 2,914 31
Matt Rahill SCH Academy 178-330 2,642 24
CJ McAnally Episcopal 135-221 1,832 18
RECEIVING School Rec. Yards TDs
D'Andre Swift SJ Prep 109 1,645 20
Mark Webb Wood 68 1,602 23
Amadou Barry West Catholic 93 1,562 19
Raheem "Speedy" Blackshear Judge/Wood 89 1,462 18
Terrance Greene SJ Prep 75 1,232 12
Justin Gies Judge 69 1,224 15
Matt Hoffman SCH Academy 76 1,157 15
Mike Fay Malvern 62 1,027 9
Jeremy Smith Ryan/Judge 73 1,021 11
Jack Cucinotta SCH Academy 59 1,004 10
Joey Bristow Roman 73 932 8
Jay Smiley Carroll 66 899 6
Chris Tucker Penn Charter 37 834 10
Zac Fernandez Malvern 62 711 8
KICK SCORING School PAT FG Pts
Dan Zanine Wood 122 13 161
Connor Ringwalt Episcopal 114 11 147
Vince Capone Gtn. Academy 58 12 94
Brandon Chiazza Malvern 58 7 79
Ryan Stock Ryan  63 3 72
OVERALL SCORING School TD Conv. Pts
D'Andre Swift SJ Prep 78 1 470
Raheem "Speedy" Blackshear Judge/Wood 53 0 318
Malik Twyman Haverford School 43 6 270
Calil Wortham West Catholic 36 10 236
Syaire Madden SCH Acad./La Salle 39 1 236
Shawn Thompson Wood 35 0 210
Zac Fernandez Malvern 31 0 186

DEC. 10
TEDBIT
 
As Archbishop Wood last night captured the Class AAAAA state championship, sr. Raheem "Speedy" Blackshear carried a whopping 35 times for 243 yards and three TDs. Maybe you're wondering, How often has a guy logged that many carries in this century? More often than you might think. The list is below an West Catholic's Curtis "Boonah" Brinkley tops it with 45. Roman's Joe McCourt is next with 44. In 2013, Joe's brother, Patrick, lugged the ball 38 times vs. Roxborough and the guy who gave him permission was . . . Joe! He was Roman's coach and the Patrickfest was a way to reward the fullback for all of the blocking he did that season for tailback Dimetri Kelly, who notched at least 35 carries three times that season. (And had 41 in a 2014 game.) Meanwhile, in Wood's final three games, Blackshear racked up 70 carries for 558 yards. He had "only" 77 carries in Wood's first 11 games.
  
Catholic League Rushers With 35-Plus Carries, 2000-16
Name Team Opponent No. Year
Curtis "Boonah" Brinkley West Catholic Carroll 45 2003
Joe McCourt Roman O'Hara 44 2000
David Williams West Catholic Bok 42 2011
Dimetri Kelly Roman Coatesville 41 2014
Manny Harrison McDevitt Wissahickon 40 2005
Jarrett McClenton Wood Harris. McDevitt 40 2013
Curtis "Boonah" Brinkley West Catholic Carroll 39 2003
Tim Wade La Salle Judge 39 2011
Khalil Roane Neum.-Goretti Lansdale Cath. 39 2014
Abdul Sesay West Catholic Dougherty 38 2000
John Shaw SJ Prep La Salle 38 2004
Patrick McCourt Roman Roxborough 38 2013
Samir Bullock Ryan SJ Prep 38 2013
Rasuel Thomas Conwell-Egan McDevitt 37 2005
Jamir Livingston SJ Prep O'Hara 37 2007
Terrell Oglesby North Catholic Frankford 37 2007
Dimetri Kelly Roman Downingtown E. 37 2013
Dimetri Kelly Roman O'Hara 37 2013
Sean Cunningham Wood Pennridge 36 2008
Eugene Byrd North Catholic Pennridge 36 2008
David Williams West Catholic Springfield-M. 36 2011
Dimetri Kelly Roman SJ Prep 36 2013
Paul Kollhoff Bonner O'Hara 35 2000
Joe McCourt