East Pennsboro Onasis Neely named 4th Down Magazine 2017 MVP

By Adam Kulikowski

4th Down Magazine

East Pennsboro running back Onasis Neely can add another piece of hardware to his collection. The 5-11, 204-pound senior earned the inaugural 4th Down Magazine Most Valuable Player Award for the 2017 season.

 

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Pair of Mid-Penn Conference players among Class 4A Pa. Football Writers' All-State Team selections

The Mid-Penn Conference claimed a pair of seats in the Class 4A Pa. Football Writers' All-State team.  East Pennsboro's Onasis Neely earned the honor along with Bishop McDevitt wide receiver Nazir Burnett.

 

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East Pennsboro's Onasis Neely explains why he chose Temple after a long wait for an FBS offer

By Jake Adams

The Sentinel

Onasis Neely had been waiting for this moment.

 

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Five things to know about the District 3 playoffs

By Andy Shay:

4th Down Magazine

A little playoff version of the Mid-Penn weekly 6-pack.

 

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Nik Karoly, Noah Alejandro fuel East Pennsboro's District 3 Class 4A first-round romp of Susquehannock

By Geoff Morrow:

The Sentinel

GLEN ROCK -- Even in the joy of describing their own successes, East Pennsboro's Nik Karoly and Noah Alejandro lumped praise upon famous No. 12.

 

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Trent's toughness: East Pennsboro's Trent Fries inspiring coaches, teammates after the loss of his mom

By Geoff Morrow:

The Sentinel

Todd Stuter delivered a handful of straightforward descriptors this week, all fitting perfectly for East Pennsboro football senior Trent Fries.

 

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Six things to know about the Mid-Penn in Week 9

A weekly trip around the Mid-Penn Conference through my four eyes.

 

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Player of the Week: East Pennsboro's Onasis Neely

4th Down Staff:

4th Down Magazine

For a stretch it didn't look like Onasis Neely's career performance was going to matter to the voters.

 

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Onasis Neely rushes for career-high 320 yards in East Pennsboro's win over Trinity

By Geoff Morrow:

The Sentinel

ENOLA — East Pennsboro unleashed the slap-back attack Friday night.

Specifically, senior running back Onasis Neely rocked George Saxton Memorial Field with a series of runs that crushed Trinity's momentum and kept his Panthers in charge.

 

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Getting 'Nasty': Onasis Neely feels scorned by big-time colleges, and East Pennsboro continues to benefit

By Geoff Morrow:

The Sentinel

They used to call me Nasty, he said.

You have to wonder why, a decade later, they don’t still use the nickname.

 

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