This WPIAL 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.


Te'Shan Campbell
Penn Hills


DeAndre Schifino Winbush

Penn Hills

DeAndre is a 3-year varsity football starter. A 4-year starter in basketball, he earned 1st team all section last season. DeAndre will serve as captain for both the football and basketball teams this season. He is a member of Student Council, National Honors Society, Penn Hills Role Models Program, and coached summer basketball. He holds a 3.7 GPA and plans to major in Accounting and Sports Management. Accompanying DeAndre is his mother, Sharlena.
Andrew Bartusiak

Upper St. Clair

Andrew will be a 3-year letterman in football and 4-year letterman in lacrosse at Upper St. Clair. He is currently a member of Athletes Taking Action, Interact Club, USC Junior Mentors Program, National Honor Society, and served as a youth football coach. Andrew holds a 4.7 GPA, and plans to attend college and earn a degree in business or finance. Andrew is accompanied tonight by his parents, Barry and Kristi.


Aaron Donald

Penn Hills

Aaron played in the Penn Hills/Upper St. Clair rivalry his sophomore, junior, and senior years. Aaron went on to play for the University of Pittsburgh, where he was a 4-year letterman and finished as one of the most decorated players in Pitt history. While at Pitt, Aaron won the Outland Trophy, the Bednarick Award, the Nagurski Award, and the Lombardi Trophy. Aaron was the 13th overall pick of the 2014 draft by the St. Louis Rams. Accepting the award on Aaron’s behalf is his father, Archie.
Trevor Morrow

Upper St. Clair

In the 2013 match-up with Penn Hills, Trevor was a workhorse with 23 carries for 118 yards. Trevor averaged 5 yards per carry, leading the rushing attack that accumulated 315 total yards. Trevor is now playing football at W & J.


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.