The Woodland Hills vs. Upper St Clair game is always one of the most highly anticipated rivalry games in the area. The Rivalry between the two schools always promises to be a good one no matter what the teams records are and is always a good turnout for both schools. The “Wolvarena” venue adds to the excitement for these two schools with deep history and passionate fans.


Deonte Robinson
Woodland Hills


Michael McCallister

Woodland Hills

Michael is a 3-year letterman on the Wolverine Football team. Michael is a member of the National Honor Society, the Concert band and a member of the Gifted Program where he excels in Robotics! Michael is also a volunteer firefighter in his spare time. Michael holds a 4.05 GPA at Woodland Hills and has plans to attend a 4-year college where he will major in mechanical engineering. He is the son of Michael and Bonnie!
Blake Kadar

Upper St. Clair

Blake, a senior on Upper St. Clair’s football team, he is a three-year letterman in football and a two-year letterman in track. Blake is a leader on and off the field for his Panther teammates and is always wanting to push himself the extra mile. Blake is a member of the National Honor Society and currently holds a 3.6 GPA at Upper St Clair. Blake plans to continue his education into college where he wants to study engineering, he is undecided on a university thus far. He is the son of Todd and Amy!


The Friday night of the game was a very chilly one as the night topped out at about 43 degrees with a cool breeze coming into the stadium. The players didn’t seem affected by the cold weather as they got started with the big hits and long pass attempts early. Both teams were held to 3 and outs for the first couple of possessions and then Woodland Hills started to slowly pull away. The Wolverines were up 28-0 at halftime following Deonte Robertson’s pick 6 at the end of the half. Something in the air changed sides in the second half because the Panthers defense did not allow Woodland Hills to score the whole second half. Upper St Clair mounted their comeback as they scored 21 unanswered points. Although USC could not come all the way out of their hole that they dug with their first half performance, they did make one heck of a game towards the end. All fans throughout the stadium were on the edges of their seats and screaming as loud as they could.