Pennridge topples North Penn
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Pennridge sealed the vicWRUy aV -eUePy XandeU SLFNed RII .nLgKWV TuaUWeUback Mike Berstecher for the second time.
Both teams are back on the fieOd )ULday. 3ennULdge YLVLWV CenWUaO BuFNV (aVW, ZKLOe North Penn hosts Central Bucks West.
Mike Class gave the Rams a 7-0 Oead aW 2:39 Ln WKe fiUVW TuaUWeU Rn a 10-yaUd WRuFKdRZn Uun WR FaS a 13-SOay, 67-yard drive. Bigam doubled the Pennridge advanWage ZLWK KLV 24-yaUd Uun WR the end zone at 8:16 in the second.
North Penn made it 14-7 after a touchdown on the opening drive of the third when Luke Berry scored on a 2-yaUd Uun aW 7:19.