Before this past Saturday's thrilling overtime victory over Whitehall, Delaware Valley had never won a state playoff game. The Warriors put a few grey hairs on their fan's heads, but ultimately came out on top behind senior QB Bryan Schor's valiant effort.
The Miami (OH) verbal commit completed 17 of his 23 passes for 234 yards and three touchdowns. On one particular TD pass, Schor rolled to his right and managed to shed two would-be tacklers before hitting a wide open man in the end zone.
Along with his arm, Schor did plenty of damage on the ground collecting 75 yards and two touchdowns on just 12 carries. At one point in the game, the future Redhawk scrambled to his left, made a few tacklers miss and then inexplicably hurdled a defender before being taken down.
Then in overtime, Schor rushed in for what appeared to be the potential game-tying touchdown, but the Warriors decided to go for the two-point conversion and the win. On the next play, Schor rolled to his right after a play-action and hit his RB in stride for one of the biggest wins in school history.
Now Delaware Valley heads to Scranton tonight for revenge after falling to the Knights earlier this season. It is the only blemish on their record, and if this offense continues to shine behind Bryan Schor, Scranton is in for a real dogfight.