This year’s matchup is the second year in a row since the hiatus back in 2016. Last season Woodland Hills Wolverines took the 2020 matchup after being 7-0, then scoring 26 unanswered, winning 26-7. Woodland Hills look to extend their winning streak, while Penn Hills look to bounce back from last season’s 4-4 record.
Luke is a star on and off the field for Penn Hills earning the following honors: 2019 All-Conference Honorable Mention, 2020 All Conference, 2020 All-State, 2021 Team Captain, Player/Tutor Mentor, and the 2019 Sportsmanship Summit. Luke is undecided about his plans after college.
Eamonn is a 3 year letter winner in baseball and a 1 year letter winner in football. He is a member of national honor society and the Boy Scouts of America. Eamonn’s future plans include majoring in sport management at St. Vincent College.
Woodland Hills score a quarterback rushing touchdown but failed to convert a late field goal, ending tonight’s game 14-13 as the Penn Hills Indians defeat their rival the Woodland Hills Wolverines. The Indians improve to 2-2 and the Wolverines fall to 2-2.
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