From the town of Turtle Pennsylvania, Penn Hills and Woodland Hills continue in one of the state’s biggest games. After a five-year hiatus, the series resumed in 2020. This coming season is to be the first one with fans in attendance since 2019. The rivalry, which is historically competitive, had an amazing game last season with Penn Hills winning by a point. Woodland Hills looks to use their home field advantage to regain the bragging rights this fall.
All conference 2020 and 2021; 4 year letter winner; Track letter winner; High Honors 9th - 11th grade. Currently undecided on his college decision, but is being heavily recruited by several Ivy and Patriot League schools.
Owen has been on high honor roll all 4 years of high school. He also plays soccer and baseball and has earned a varsity letter all 4 years. He plans on attending college and majoring in exercise science on his way to a doctorate in physical therapy.
After a scoreless first quarter, Woodland Hills put the first points on the board with a 3 yd TD from #25 firing up the scoreboard 7-0. The Wolverines held their lead into the half. A blocked pass interception in the third quarter, opened the door for Penn Hills to score which led to a field goal to bring the score to 7-3 in the 4th quarter. An incomplete pass by the Indians with 15 seconds to go ended the game with a final score of 7-3.