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Kelly Taking Visits
Posted Nov 6, 2007
The Lansdale Catholic Crusaders won a narrow victory over the Phoenixville Phantoms this weekend, claiming a share of the Pioneer Athletic Conference title with the Perkiomen Valley Vikings. While he did not catch a winning touchdown catch in the game, wide receiver Jimmy Kelly was one of the biggest reasons that LC found themselves on top at the final whistle.
Lansdale Catholic fought hard through four quarters of football only to find themselves down by less then a touchdown with under a minute left in their game this weekend, threatening an opportunity to win their conference title. It was at the 23-second mark that junior running back
caught touchdown pass to seal the game for the Crusaders and become the hero, however 5-foot-11, 183-pound wide receiver
certainly did his part as well, finishing with 10 catches for 107 yards in the contest.
“Right now my recruiting is really revolving around schools like
and Hofstra who were all at my school this week,” Kelly explained. “
and I are going to talk to Coach Matt Rhule at Temple so we can go see them play
together. I also went to homecoming at Villanova and really liked it there a lot. Hofstra is another school I plan to visit soon.”
Kelly caught 40 passes for 654 yards and seven touchdowns in seven games this season for Lansdale Catholic.
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