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Cambridge Springs – Saegertown preview

Written by: on Tuesday, October 28th, 2008

The Game: Cambridge Springs (10 A) @ Saegertown (10 A)

Date: Thursday, Oct. 30, 2008, from Saegertown HS

2008 Record: Cambridge Springs (7-2), Saegertown (9-0)

About Cambridge Springs: The Blue Devils, recall, were the inaugural PIAA “A” western champions, and wound up finishing as the runner-up to Camp Hill.  Cambridge is 6-1 in Region 2 play, and with a victory against the Panthers’ offensive juggernaut, would win the Region 2 championship.

Matt Brown and James Tobin key the Blue Devil rushing attack, which averages 219.7 rushing yards per contest.  Brown has run for 898 yards and 10 touchdowns; Tobin 453 yards and six touchdowns.

Steve Kargol has thrown for 443 yards and seven touchdowns, while completing 41 of his 73 passing attempts this season.  Kargol’s favorite target is Colton Spaid, who has 19 catches for 309 yards and five touchdowns.

The Blue Devils average 268.9 total yards of offense per game.

About Saegertown: The Panthers won nine games last season, and made it to the semifinals of the District 10 “A” playoffs.  This year, Saegertown has the potential to make a little history, and a run at the District 10 championship.

The history: Saegertown could first produce the third trio of 1,000-yard rushers in the last four years.  The other two PIAA teams to do that: the 2005 Montoursville Warriors and the 2007 PIAA “A” runner-up Serra Catholic Eagles. 

The Panthers’ potential trio of 1,000 yard backs comprise Keenan Ellison, James Chest, and Ian Price.  Ellison has run for 1,014 yards and 16 touchdowns; Chest 830 yards and nine touchdowns, and Price 724 yards and eight touchdowns.  Keep in mind that Price ran for 1,370 yards a season ago.  Saegertown averages nearly 325 yards rushing per game and has scored 39 touchdowns on the ground this season.

There’s even more history in the making for Saegertown:  the Panthers could have their first 500-point scoring season, not just in school history, but in all of Crawford County.  The Panthers have scored 388 points, an average of 43.1 points per game.  Saegertown could reach that lofty mark in three weeks’ time, assuming they keep their current pace.

Saegertown and Cambridge Springs statistics from the Erie Times-News website, www.goerie.com.

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One Response to “Cambridge Springs – Saegertown preview”

  1. Carrie says:

    Did the Panthers win??



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