The Penn Hills Indians and Woodland Hills Wolverines have been playing each other annually since 1987 and sit at a 15-14 record in games. Penn Hills won in 2014 with a 22-15 victory. In 2015, Woodland Hills is one of the few remaining undefeated AAAA teams in Pennsylvania and are currently ranked #1 in the state.


Jo-El Shaw
Woodland Hills


Karendeep Chara

Penn Hills

Karendeep has been on the Penn Hills Football team for the past 3 seasons, where he has been a part of 3 playoff teams. He has continued to maintain his positive work ethic both on the football field as well as in the classroom.
Steven Rickard

Woodland Hills

Steven is a 3 year letter winner in Football and also a 2 year letter winner in Track and Field. Steven is a member of the National Honor Society. In his spare time he is also a member of the Forest Hills Volunteer Fire Department.


Dan Mason

Penn Hills

Dan was a 4 year starter at Penn Hills playing linebacker and running back; he is remembered as one of the greatest players in school history. Dan went on to play for the University of Pittsburgh, where he became a starter his freshman year. After an outstanding year as a freshman, he was named defensive freshman of the year in the Big East Conference. Dan was one of the most determined and feared football players while he played here at Penn Hills.
Steve Breaston

Woodland Hills

Steve played in this rivalry game during his sophomore, junior, and senior seasons where the Woverines won all three games and clinched the section title all three times. After high school Steve went on to play receiver and punt returner at the University of Michigan where he set school and Big Ten records for return yardage. Steve was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals where he played receiver and returned kicks for 4 seasons. Steve had the pleasure of playing in Super Bowl XLIII against his hometown Pittsburgh Steelers. Steve moved on to play his final two seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs and is now a part of the Woodland Hills coaching staff where he helps coach the receivers and return men.


Miles Sanders ran for 193 yards and a touchdown to lead top-ranked Woodland Hills to a 31-13 victory over Penn Hills (3-6, 3-4) in the Quad Central Conference on Friday night.