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By: David DiPasqua, Jr., Saturday, October 26th, 2013


The Springfield Cougars surged past the Marple Newtown Tigers by a final score of 26-14.  The aerial attack was in full gear, as the Tigers were unsuccessful running the football.

Quarterbak Tommy Davis finished 7-17 for 193 yards with a touchdown and an INT.  The senior signal-caller began the game with a 79 yard touchdown pass to Nik Rhoads.

The main playmaker was Rhoads at wide receiver with 4 receptions for 145 yards and a touchdown.

On the ground, Adrian Sapnas led the way with 15 rushes for 39 yards and 1 touchdown.

Defensively, A.J. Cunningham showcased why he is a player to watch.  Cunningham finished with 18 tackles, as he was flying all over the field in pursuit of the football.

Other contributors were Gino Dicamillo, Nick Volpi, and Markos Katrakazis.   Dicamillo ended up with 8 tackles, as Volpi and Katrakazis finished with 7 tackles apiece.

The Tigers conclude their season on the road, traveling to Lower Merion on Saturday, November 2nd.

The Tigers Radio Network will be providing updates of the game through social media.

Kickoff is set for 2:30 PM.  Be sure to follow updates of the last game of the season.