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PC Puts Up a Fight, Drops One to Malvern

Penn Charter's football team now owns a 10-game losing streak vs. Malvern, but the Quakers, over time, offered their opponent all kinds of opposition in an Inter-Ac classic Friday.

The final score was 35-28 and the Friars posted the game's final two touchdowns in the last eight minutes.

For PC, senior Mike "Neeko" Hnatkowsky passed 25-for-42 for 316 yards and two TDs. Classmate Chris Tucker turned 10 catches into 153 yards and one TD, a 67-yarder, while soph Edward Saydee contributed two scores and 185 yards of rushing/receiving.

Junior Terence Thompson and senior Denarii Beard made interceptions while senior Brendan Pell recorded a TFL and forced a fumble (recovery to junior John Washington).

In all, the teams posted 892 scrimmage yards. Malvern narrowly won that battle, 447-445.

Above, Edward Saydee sets sail for a 66-yard TD run. More photos.

Posted by S. Sexton in silary, fall sports on Saturday November, 5, 2016 at 11:19AM
Tag:  football

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