Yeedee Thaenrat could only watch from the sidelines as his Father Judge football team played its Thanksgiving Day game at Lincoln. The Crusaders star running back was injured in the second quarter of a Catholic League AAA semifinal loss at La Salle two weeks ago.
But Thursday morning, the senior saw a lot of offense on the ground anyway as Father Judge rolled past Lincoln, 35-14, in a nonleague matchup.
Robert King ran for a pair of touchdowns and threw another to lead Father Judge. The junior netted 66 rushing yards on nine carries. He also had 131 passing yards on eight completions.
Justin Williams rushed 14 times for 91 yards and a TD.
Tom Penko had an interception as part of a solid defensive performance from the Crusaders, who stopped Lincoln on the Judge 10-yard line three times.
Allston Augustin threw for 219 yards and two touchdowns for Lincoln. Nassir Coleman had a pair of catches for 50 yards and a TD. Hosea McClam recorded 78 yards on four catches.
In other nonleague action:
Mikey Morell threw four touchdowns, including a pair to Danny Kornegay, to lead host Frankford past Prep Charter, 26-21.
A third-quarter touchdown run from Nyeem Jones carried Ben Franklin past Dobbins, 13-8, at Simon Gratz. The junior rushed 14 times for 102 yards.
David Williams rushed for a pair of touchdowns, including a 70-yarder, to lead Boys' Latin to a 24-12 win at Olney. The junior netted 160 rushing yards. Malik Johnson threw a touchdown and ran for another.
With 1 minute, 58 seconds remaining at South Philly Super Site, Zack Treadwell recorded an interception to seal Neumann-Goretti's 26-24 win over Southern. Keith Jenkins ran for his second touchdown of the game to put Neumann-Goretti ahead for good. The sophomore netted 64 rushing yards on 12 carries.
Tim Kenny-Schwartz kicked a 34-yard field goal with less than 10 seconds remaining to give Truman the 18-17 edge at Conwell Egan. Kenny-Schwartz was 3 for 3 on field-goal attempts.
With his team trailing by one point in the fourth quarter, Jarrett Jenkins rushed for his fourth TD and the winner in Cheltenham's 41-36 victory over visiting Abington.
Pioneer Athletic Conference. Bryce Weeks got Owen J. Roberts' 20-point first quarter started with a 14-yard touchdown run and paced the Wildcats to a 41-13 win at Pottstown.
Terrel Brent rushed for 320 of Mastbaum's 450 rushing yards as the Panthers defeated High School of the Future, 42-20, at Northeast. The junior ran for three touchdowns.
O'Shaan Allison rushed for three touchdowns and caught another as Malvern Prep rolled to a 49-7 victory at Cardinal O'Hara.