Neshaminy running back Jamar Brittingham ended his high school football career with a bang on Saturday night on his home field in the Bob Sands Memorial All-Star Football Classic.
The Rutgers-bound Brittingham threw a 59-yard halfback pass to teammate Keith Ennis that led to the South's first touchdown. He caught a 79-yard halfback pass from Council Rock's John Miles to give the South a 19-7 lead in the third quarter. Then Brittingham added two rushing scores in the fourth quarter.
Brittingham shines 1 more time
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