By Christiaan DeFranco
I've seen a lot of football games over the years. It's been a while since I've seen a performance as impressive as North Penn's in last week's district final against Neshaminy.
A 42-6 trouncing. And the 6 was an afterthought, with North Penn's starters out of the game and less than a minute on the clock.
When the Knights were up 14-0, people already were talking mercy rule. That's how dominant North Penn was — against a longtime rival and a premier program. Everybody could see that the rout was on, even before it showed up on the scoreboard.
It was something special, even by North Penn's high standards.