Saturday, December 1, 2012

FOOTBALL: Coatesville offense on a rampage

Dre Boggs, top, and Coatesville celebrate after defeating
Spring-Ford in the District 1-AAAA championship.
(Photo by Tom Kelly IV)

By Barry Sankey

DOWNINGTOWN — Coatesville’s path to a District 1-AAAA football championship focused predominantly on an offense that has been nearly impossible to stop.
The Red Raiders displayed that explosiveness again Friday night as they rolled over Pioneer Athletic Conference representative Spring-Ford, 59-28, in the district championship game at Kottmeyer Stadium.
The Red Raiders (12-2) continue to pile up the points and yardage with an offense that features a potent amount of speed and quickness from an array of backs and receivers.

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