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Pottsgrove Defeats Mastbaum
Posted Sep 4, 2010
Scout.com traveled to Pottstown, Pa., to see Pottsgrove open their season against Philadelphia Public League opponent Mastbaum High School and while the score wasn’t close, there were five talented players on the field worth paying attention to.
Going into the game you knew it would be a long night for Mastbaum High School and it was as the final score ended up 49-6, so as opposed to going through a play by play of the game, we’re going to talk about some of the notable players from it.
had four carries for 37 yards and two touchdowns and completed one of his two passes for 15 yards before being pulled out of the game with 10:40 left in the 2nd quarter as the Falcons were already up 35-6. His best play was a 20-yard touchdown scamper where he went virtually untouched into the end zone.
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and carried the ball 16 times for 157 yards and 3 touchdowns in the game and also piled on three tackles. That’s probably the most carries he’s had in a game, let alone a half, in his career at Pottsgrove, so he was clearly winded at times. Polamalu was running with much more force than when I saw him last year however and looks like he’s making his senior season count.
Fullback/linebacker Kayvon Greene also added two touchdowns for the Falcons and is a tremendous physical specimen. He may need a year of prep school, but he definitely looks the part and is at least worthy of playing at a I-AA program.
While the score may not reflect it, Mastbaum has two players that I’d personally like to see in an environment where their offensive line wasn’t quite so overmatched. Quarterback
is a solid 6-foot-3, 190 pounds and while he isn’t mechanically sound, he is a very athletic player with a good arm. He threw a 58-yard touchdown pass to his twin brother
who is the other player of interest. Both are the same size and look like they should be getting looks at the I-AA level from seeing some film of them last year and the game tonight. Tyree threw two long touchdowns to his brother, however the second was called back on a penalty that had no effect on the play at all. Again, two 6-foot-3, 190-pound athletes that can move well and could play receiver or safety in college at the least. Last year a kid I liked in the Philly Pub was
who had no interest in the beginning of the season and ended up at
, so hopefully coaches will take a look at these guys.
Here’s the box for those who want it:
8:37 – Polamalu 6 yd run 7-0
5:54 – Polamalu 4 yd run 14-0
2:37 – Greene 1 yd run 21-0
0:47 – Chestnut 20 yd run 28-0
0:29 – Tyree Stone-Davis 58 yd pass to Tyrin Stone-Davis 28-6 (XP missed)
10:40 – Chestnut 2 yd run 35-6
4:16 – Greene 16 yd run 42-6
6:47 – Polamalu 2 yd run 49-6
No Scoring – Final Score – Pottsgrove 49, Mastbaum 6
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