This was a classic rivalry match up of two great Pennsyvania teams. And with a home game advantage for the playoffs on the line, both teams came out lusting for a win.


Corey Jones
Penn Hills


Jaimire Dutrueuille

Woodland Hills

Jaquan Williams

Penn Hills

Jaquan is a two-year starter for Penn Hills High School. His current position is Safety for the varsity football team.


Ryan Mundy

Woodland Hills

Ryan played for three years in this rivalry game. He helped lead his team to a second consecutive WPI AAL championship and State PIAA finals appearance. Ryan played at the University of Michigan, where he graduated and played his final eligibility year at WVU and worked on his master’s degree. Ryan was then drafted to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2008 NFL draft. He played in Super Bowls in 2008 and 2011 with the Steelers.
Barry Church

Penn Hills

Barry played for two years in this rivalry game. He graduated from Penn Hills High School and went on to have an outstanding career at Toledo University. Barry is currently in his second season as a member of the Dallas Cowboys in the NFL. Unfortunately, he was unable to be present at tonight’s game.


With two long touchdowns on fake punts, Corey Jones helped the Penn Hills Indians take a 14-10 win in the Big East Conference. Jones scored on a 50-yard bolt on fourth and 20 in the midde of the second quarter to tie the game 7-7. Then, he raced 73 yards early in the second half for a 14-10 advantage over Woodland Hills. With this win, Penn Hills now has a home game advantage in the first round of the WPIAL playoffs.