Strath Haven Football Game Broadcasts
Strath Haven head coach Kevin Clancy faces his team with one last post-game talk Friday night after the visiting Panthers went down in overtime to Kennett, 20-14, in a District 1 Class 5A quarterfinal game. (DFM File) - By Bob Grotz -
By Terry Toohey - For Strath Haven junior linebacker Aiden Prochniak, playing next to older brother John in the middle of the Panthers defense has made this season a memorable one. - It’s the first time the Prochniak brothers have played side-by-side...
By Jack McCaffery - Through summer workouts and training-camp tests and every practice of a long and successful season, John Prochniak would grow well aware of a deep Strath Haven football secret. - Panthers quarterback Jack Ryder?
By Matt Smith - Lance Schwartz didn’t wear his usual No. 62 against Strath Haven Friday night. - The 6-3, 285-pound Garnet Valley offensive lineman grew out of the jersey. - “He couldn’t fit into it, so he was the one wearing No. 77,
By Jack McCaffery - On the list of possibilities Koll Peichel considered for himself Friday, a virtual football magic trick was somewhere near the bottom. - “Never,” he said. “I never imagined it.” - Aware that he would be deep on Strath Haven’s foo...
By Harry Chakun - The public address announcer introduced all of Strath Haven’s senior cheerleaders and football players before the Panthers hosted Springfield at George L. King Field Friday night. - Haven junior back Jaris Adams got into the Senior ...
By Matthew DeGeorge - Strath Haven was mired in its sixth consecutive quarter without a touchdown when Ibo Pio lined up to receive a punt Friday night. - The running back had gashed defenses for the first three weeks of the season,
By Matthew DeGeorge - In terms of volume of plays to scheme against, Strath Haven’s offense doesn’t register as the most complex. Hasn’t for a lot of years. Won’t for as long as Kevin Clancy, Delaware County’s winningest head coach,
By Todd Orodenker - The second half was three minutes old, each team had a touchdown and Strath Haven was ready to play its specific brand of football. - The Panthers slogged their way through the first half Friday. Adjustments were made.
By Matt Smith - On a night Strath Haven paid tribute to its 1999 PIAA championship team, the 2019 edition faced a Ridley team it hadn’t beaten in 15 years. - Talk about pressure … - “We were fired up all day at school,” big lineman Sam Burk Jr.