North Penn’s Nyfease West races past Central Bucks West defenders for a touchdown during first-half action of their contest at Central Bucks West
North Penn's Nyfease West races past Central Bucks West defenders for a touchdown during first-half action of their contest at Central Bucks West High School Friday, Oct. 25, 2013. (Mark C Psoras/The Reporter)

Here's a look a the four games on the Week 11 schedule — including a pair of District One Class AAAA playoff contests — in The Reporter area.

North Penn at Coatesville

District One Class AAAA First Round

Time/Place: 7 p.m. Friday, Coatesville Memorial Field.

On Twitter: @mpcabrey.

On the Air: The game will be broadcast live on the radio on WNPV 1440 AM on online on wnpv1440.com.

Records: North Penn, seeded 11th, 7-3 overall and 7-0 in the Suburban One League Continental Conference. Coatesville, seeded sixth, is 9-1 overall and 5-1 in the Ches-Mont League National Division.

Last Week: The Knights concluded a perfect conference schedule with a 44-14 win over Souderton. Five different Knights found the end zone and Matt Ammendola kicked a school-record 56-yard field goal. The Red Raiders lost their first game of the year to Downingtown West. The 24-7 setback also cost them a division title.

Playoff Experience: In 2011 the Knights were the 11th seed in District One Class AAAA and went on to win the district title and finish second in the state. Last season, the Red Raiders were the 9th seed, went on to win the district title and finish second in the state.

Players to Watch: With running back Daquan Worley, a Penn State recruit, out for the season with a torn ACL it is Isiah Flamer that the Knights look to contain. The Knights roll with the dangerous combo of sophomore Nyfease West and senior Luke Berry in the backfield.

Prediction: North Penn 20, Coatesville 14.

— Andrew Marcus

Plymouth Whitemarsh at Central Bucks West

District One Class AAAA First Round

Time/Place: 7 p.m. Friday, War Memorial Field, Central Bucks West High School.

On Twitter: @khunter10.

Records: Plymouth Whitemarsh, seeded 10th, is 8-2 overall and 6-0 in the Suburban One League American Conference. Central Bucks West, seeded seventh, is 8-2 overall and 6-1 in the SOL Continental.

Last Week: The Colonials had a big night on the ground and ran away to a 27-12 win over Springfield (Montco). The Bucks also got the running game going in a 45-7 victory over CB South. 

Playoff Experience: PW reached the postseason in 2011 and 2012, falling in the first round each time. West's last playoff appearance came in 2010, with the Bucks reaching the district quarterfinals.

Players to Watch: Fullback Jose Mora-Vega rushed for over 200 yards last week for the Colonials and is a tough player to bring down. West's Marvin Todd gives the Bucks a reliable weapon in the ground attack.

Prediction: CB West 27, Plymouth Whitemarsh 24.

— Kev Hunter

Archbishop Ryan at Pennridge

Time/Place: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Poppy Yoder Field, Pennridge South Middle School.

On Twitter: @amarcus515.

Records: Pennridge is 7-3 overall and 3-3 in the Suburban One League Continental Conference. Archbishop Ryan is 6-3 overall and 1-3 in the Philadelphia Catholic League Class AAAA Division.

Last Week: The Rams gave their best effort with the playoffs in the balance. Though they finished points out of the postseason, Pennridge still topped Hatboro-Horsham 35-7 behind a strong defensive performance. Josh Beare recovered a fumble for a touchdown in the win. Archbishop Ryan did not play last week due to missing the PCL Class AAAA semifinals.

Last Meeting: It was 2010 the last time these two schools met, in a similar contingency game for missing the playoffs. The Rams won 28-7 behind Jesse Knepp's 102 yards on the ground and Rocky Ferrier's two touchdown grabs.

Players to Watch: Ryan running back Samir Bullock has rushed for over 100 yards in every game except against La Salle in Week Five. Bullock has topped 200 three times and rushed for 345 yards in Week One against Cardinal O'Hara. He has 1542 rushing yards and 15 scores. Senior Mike Class looks to close out his great career running the football. He sits with 1427 yards and 18 rushing scores this season.

Prediction: Archbishop Ryan 28, Pennridge 21.

— Andrew Marcus

Methacton at Norristown

Time/Place: 1 p.m. Saturday, Methacton High School.

On Twitter: @ReporterSports.

Records: Methacton is 6-4 overall and 6-3 in Pioneer Athletic Conference. Norristown is 0-10 and 0-7 in the Suburban One League American Conference.

Last Week: Between two Phoenixville scores, the Warriors ripped off 28 unanswered points, propelling them to a 48-14 win. Methacton rushed for 362 yards. The Eagles turned the ball too often and lost to Cheltenham 35-14. Norristown did score first on an Isaiah Carter touchdown pass from Rashon Lusane.

Last Meeting: Despite Darius Willis' 176 yards and two scores for the Eagles, Methacton was able to win the game 31-16. Michael Cassidy ran for 83 yards and caught a touchdown pass in the win.

Players to Watch: Cassidy is finishing his senior season strong and is now over 650 rushing yards with seven scores on the ground. The Eagles' Kip Patten is a threat to break off a big run if he can get to the open field.

Prediction: Methacton 42, Norristown 14.

— Andrew Marcus

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