Delaware Valley football triumphs at division championships

Milford. The final score was 55-16 against Abington Heights.

| 15 Nov 2023 | 02:25

The District 2 AAAAA football championship took place at the Delaware Valley High School stadium on Friday, November 10. Abington Heights played against Delaware Valley, and just like the regular season game, it was no contest. Delaware Valley conducted a crushing defeat with a score of 55-16.

Here are some player stats for the season: Jayden Ramirez averaged 35.2 receiving yards per game, and Ryder Machado had 111.5 rushing yards per game. Machado also had a total of 27 touchdowns, six interceptions, and a total of 162 points scored. Justin Kalitsnik had 10.6 tackles and Aiden Black had 9.5 sacks.

For the division championship, Max Preps named the players of the game as Justin Kalitsnik, Ryder Machado, Aiden Black, and Everett Bell, who was also their pick for player of the game. This reporter’s pick is Ryder Machado; he tallied 114 yards and four touchdowns during the November 10 game.

Kalitsnik ran for 133 yards and scored one touchdown.

On Friday Whitehall is coming to town. This game is really big. Whitehall plays in the furious Lehigh Valley conference, which ranks with the best in the state. But given Delaware Valley’s performance this year, they are definitely up to the challenge. Win this game and the state is served notice that Delaware Valley is a state power and not just a Pocono power.

This report estimates that Delaware Valley will win it and go down as a team for the ages. Not one single local person should miss this game. Tickets must be purchased in advance so contact the school to get your ticket.