This rivalry is one of Pittsburgh’s best, and the Penn Hills Indians sought revenge after 35-0 defeat last season. Upper St. Clair lost 21 of 22 starters from last season’s team, and the Panthers struggled to stop the high-powered Indians’ offense.
Penn Hills was led by their dynamic rushing duo, QB Billy Kisner and RB Te’Shan Campbell combining for 256 rushing yards. Penn Hills capitalized on two costly Upper St. Clair fumbles in the 2nd quarter to jump ahead before halftime, eventually knocking off the Panthers 31-13. Campbell was named the 2014 Great American Rivalry Series MVP.
In a Pennsylvania Rivalry, Penn Hills downs Upper St. Clair 31-13. Some photos kindly provided by Penn Hills parent Christine Polaski.
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- Penn Hills vs. Upper St. Clair – 2014