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2017 Hall of Fame Inductees: The 2004 Penn Trafford Warriors & Fon Nanji

September 15, 2017

rom Penn Trafford High School, the 2004 Penn Trafford Warriors

After three straight defeats against Woodland Hills in the WPIAL playoffs, the 2004 Penn Trafford Warriors looked to change history in the series in the first-ever conference matchup. The Warriors defeated the Wolverines 27-14 with the help of Tyler Huether’s 207 yards passing to receivers Tim Cortazzo, Caleb Casino, and Mike Rasky. The Penn Trafford defense held strong all game with five sacks, one blocked punt, and an interception.

 

 From Woodland Hills High School, Fon Nanji

Fon served as team captain in the 1996 playoff rivalry game, and led the team in rushing yards and tackles. In his senior year, Fon rallied his team to a district championship and state runner-up title. After high school, Fon attended Youngstown State University and won a Division 1-AA National Championship under legendary coach, Jim Tressel. Currently, Fon is coaching the defensive backs at Woodland Hills.

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