High School Huddle WEEK 1

September 5, 2009 6:55:23 PM PDT
Saturday Sept. 5, 2009 on Thomas Jefferson University Hospital's High School Huddle with Walter Perez: Highlights of North Penn's 42-10 victory over defending class 4-A state champions, the Liberty Hurricane.

Action News Sports Anchor Keith Russell recaps a full slate of season opening action from across the region.

We introduce a new feature where students report on their football game. Tonight's featured student reporter is Chelsea Buxton of Neshaminy High School.

Steven B. Cohen, Asst. Professor of Orthopedic surgery at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital offers Hydration tips for athletes.

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Eagles Center Jamaal Jackson says his fondest High School football memory was that he played without football cleats, but still had a number of sacks while playing defensive tackle in High School. LINK: http://www.philadelphiaeagles.com

Tonight's Primetime player is senior running back/db Ibraheim Campbell of Chestnut Hill Academy.

Cheerleaders show their athleticism on the sidelines.

Next Saturday's Huddle is pre-empted for NASCAR, but on Friday you will be able to watch the Game of the Week between Cherokee and Shawnee high schools live on 6abc.com at 7:00 p.m.

Huddle returns in two weeks where we will bring you grid-iron action between Council Rock North and Hatboro-Horsham.

Remember to check us out on line @ 6abc.com and you can watch the full battle between Liberty and North Penn on our digital channel, LiveWell HD Network, Sunday at noon.

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