Saydee, PC too much for GA
WHITEMARSH >> Edward Saydee knew the big run was going to happen.
And on the opening play of the second half, Saydee delivered it — bursting through the line than dashing 80 yards to the end zone to give the visiting Penn Charter football team a 21-0 lead over Germantown Academy 14 seconds into the third quarter.
“I felt good the entire game, I just knew I was about to get a chance to break one,” the Quakers senior running back said. “Just because my o-line was doing their job, like we were doing what we were supposed to do. We just had to clean it up a little bit by holding our blocks but other than that, I knew I was about to break one.”
The rushing touchdown was the first of four after halftime for Saydee, the Temple commit finishing his PC career in stellar style on a cold, windy Saturday afternoon at Carey Stadium, collecting 278 yards on the ground as the Quakers rolled past the Patriots for a 41-14 Inter-Ac victory.
“It’s my last one,” said Saydee, who was given the Geis Trophy as the game’s MVP. “I wasn’t emotional coming into the game, I’m never emotional coming into a game I try to stay calm. But seeing the time come down, I just knew
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