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September 1, 2016
Boys Latin of Philadelphia Charter School (1-0) at School of the Future (0-1)
September 2, 2016
Springside Chestnut Hill Academy at George Washington (0-1)
Overbrook at Penn Wood (1-0)
Samuel S. Fels (1-0) at Roxborough
Wissahickon (1-0) at Philadelphia Central
Kipp-DuBois Collegiate Academy (1-0) at Dobbins Randolph Vo-Tech (0-1)
Thomas Edison at Olney Charter
John Bartram at Simon Gratz (0-1)
South Philadelphia at Abraham Lincoln (0-1)
Frankford (0-1) at Perkiomen Valley (1-0)
Kensington (0-1) at Bristol
Martin Luther King (0-1) at Upper Merion (0-1)
Strawberry Mansion at Morrisville (0-1)
September 3, 2016
Jules E. Mastbaum at Cardinal O'Hara (1-0)
Royal Ontario Prep at Northeast
Berks Catholic at Mastery North Charter
Haverford School at Delaware Valley Charter (1-0)
Imhotep Charter School (1-0) at Benjamin Franklin (1-0)
BEST PUBLIC LEAGUE GAME OF THE WEEK: Imhotep Charter vs. Ben Franklin
Imhotep Charter may not have the huge offensive line that they possessed last year, but the Panthers have returning quarterback Nas Boykins and an arsenal of weapons. The task for Ben Franklin will be to play disciplined football for four quarters because Imhotep will attack, attack………and then attack some more on the ground and in the air. Offensively, Ben Franklin has veteran QB Devin Darden and speedy running back Nyeem Jones leading the Electrons on offense. Ben Franklin will face a fast and disciplined Imhotep defense that will look to put pressure on Darden every time he goes back to pass the ball. The Electrons will have to make sure their center-to-quarterback snaps are on point this week in order to avoid turnovers.
BEST NON-PUBLIC LEAGUE VS. PUBLIC LEAGUE GAME OF THE WEEK: Haverford School vs. Delaware Valley Charter
DVC and Haverford School will play in the Labor Day Bowl at the Germantown Supersite this Saturday. DVC defeated Neumann-Goretti 34-6 in Week Zero while this is the first game of the season for Haverford School.
Marcus Fulton will be coaching in his first game as a Head Coach for High School of the Future when they take on Boys' Latin Charter.