Saydee, PC too much for GA

The Times Herald (Norristown, PA) - - SPORTS - By Mike Cabrey mp­cabrey@21st-cen­tu­ry­media.com @mp­cabrey on Twit­ter

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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