High School Highlights: West Mifflin Vs. Central Valley

(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
West Mifflin Vs. Central Valley
West Mifflin and Central Valley went toe-to-toe for 48 minutes Friday, Nov. 16, but it was not enough in the WPIAL Class AAA semi-finals at North Allegheny. The game was tied 28-28 after four quarters before Central Valley scored a touchdown and successfully kicked an extra point in the first overtime period. West Mifflin needed little time to answer on its possession. Quarterback Derrick Fulmore scored on a a 10-yard run, then ran for the two-point conversion as West Mifflin won 36-35 in overtime. The victory pushed the Tigers into the WPIAL Class AAA championship game at Heinz Field.
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
West Mifflin Vs. Central Valley
West Mifflin and Central Valley went toe-to-toe for 48 minutes Friday, Nov. 16, but it was not enough in the WPIAL Class AAA semi-finals at North Allegheny. The game was tied 28-28 after four quarters before Central Valley scored a touchdown and successfully kicked an extra point in the first overtime period. West Mifflin needed little time to answer on its possession. Quarterback Derrick Fulmore scored on a a 10-yard run, then ran for the two-point conversion as West Mifflin won 36-35 in overtime. The victory pushed the Tigers into the WPIAL Class AAA championship game at Heinz Field.
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
West Mifflin Vs. Central Valley
West Mifflin and Central Valley went toe-to-toe for 48 minutes Friday, Nov. 16, but it was not enough in the WPIAL Class AAA semi-finals at North Allegheny. The game was tied 28-28 after four quarters before Central Valley scored a touchdown and successfully kicked an extra point in the first overtime period. West Mifflin needed little time to answer on its possession. Quarterback Derrick Fulmore scored on a a 10-yard run, then ran for the two-point conversion as West Mifflin won 36-35 in overtime. The victory pushed the Tigers into the WPIAL Class AAA championship game at Heinz Field.
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
West Mifflin Vs. Central Valley
West Mifflin and Central Valley went toe-to-toe for 48 minutes Friday, November 16, but it was not enough in the WPIAL Class AAA semi-finals at North Allegheny. The game was tied 28-28 after four quarters before Central Valley scored a touchdown and successfully kicked an extra point in the first overtime period. West Mifflin needed little time to answer on it’s possession. Quarterback Derrick Fulmore scored on a a 10-yard run, then ran for the two-point conversion as West Mifflin won 36-35 in overtime. The victory pushes the Tigers into the WPIAL Class AAA championship game at Heinz Field.
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
West Mifflin Vs. Central Valley
West Mifflin and Central Valley went toe-to-toe for 48 minutes Friday, Nov. 16, but it was not enough in the WPIAL Class AAA semi-finals at North Allegheny. The game was tied 28-28 after four quarters before Central Valley scored a touchdown and successfully kicked an extra point in the first overtime period. West Mifflin needed little time to answer on its possession. Quarterback Derrick Fulmore scored on a a 10-yard run, then ran for the two-point conversion as West Mifflin won 36-35 in overtime. The victory pushed the Tigers into the WPIAL Class AAA championship game at Heinz Field.
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
West Mifflin Vs. Central Valley
West Mifflin and Central Valley went toe-to-toe for 48 minutes Friday, Nov. 16, but it was not enough in the WPIAL Class AAA semi-finals at North Allegheny. The game was tied 28-28 after four quarters before Central Valley scored a touchdown and successfully kicked an extra point in the first overtime period. West Mifflin needed little time to answer on its possession. Quarterback Derrick Fulmore scored on a a 10-yard run, then ran for the two-point conversion as West Mifflin won 36-35 in overtime. The victory pushed the Tigers into the WPIAL Class AAA championship game at Heinz Field.
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
West Mifflin Vs. Central Valley
West Mifflin and Central Valley went toe-to-toe for 48 minutes Friday, Nov. 16, but it was not enough in the WPIAL Class AAA semi-finals at North Allegheny. The game was tied 28-28 after four quarters before Central Valley scored a touchdown and successfully kicked an extra point in the first overtime period. West Mifflin needed little time to answer on its possession. Quarterback Derrick Fulmore scored on a a 10-yard run, then ran for the two-point conversion as West Mifflin won 36-35 in overtime. The victory pushed the Tigers into the WPIAL Class AAA championship game at Heinz Field.
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
West Mifflin Vs. Central Valley
West Mifflin and Central Valley went toe-to-toe for 48 minutes Friday, Nov. 16, but it was not enough in the WPIAL Class AAA semi-finals at North Allegheny. The game was tied 28-28 after four quarters before Central Valley scored a touchdown and successfully kicked an extra point in the first overtime period. West Mifflin needed little time to answer on its possession. Quarterback Derrick Fulmore scored on a a 10-yard run, then ran for the two-point conversion as West Mifflin won 36-35 in overtime. The victory pushed the Tigers into the WPIAL Class AAA championship game at Heinz Field.
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
West Mifflin Vs. Central Valley
West Mifflin and Central Valley went toe-to-toe for 48 minutes Friday, Nov. 16, but it was not enough in the WPIAL Class AAA semi-finals at North Allegheny. The game was tied 28-28 after four quarters before Central Valley scored a touchdown and successfully kicked an extra point in the first overtime period. West Mifflin needed little time to answer on its possession. Quarterback Derrick Fulmore scored on a a 10-yard run, then ran for the two-point conversion as West Mifflin won 36-35 in overtime. The victory pushed the Tigers into the WPIAL Class AAA championship game at Heinz Field.
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
West Mifflin Vs. Central Valley
West Mifflin and Central Valley went toe-to-toe for 48 minutes Friday, Nov. 16, but it was not enough in the WPIAL Class AAA semi-finals at North Allegheny. The game was tied 28-28 after four quarters before Central Valley scored a touchdown and successfully kicked an extra point in the first overtime period. West Mifflin needed little time to answer on its possession. Quarterback Derrick Fulmore scored on a a 10-yard run, then ran for the two-point conversion as West Mifflin won 36-35 in overtime. The victory pushed the Tigers into the WPIAL Class AAA championship game at Heinz Field.
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
West Mifflin Vs. Central Valley
West Mifflin and Central Valley went toe-to-toe for 48 minutes Friday, Nov. 16, but it was not enough in the WPIAL Class AAA semi-finals at North Allegheny. The game was tied 28-28 after four quarters before Central Valley scored a touchdown and successfully kicked an extra point in the first overtime period. West Mifflin needed little time to answer on its possession. Quarterback Derrick Fulmore scored on a a 10-yard run, then ran for the two-point conversion as West Mifflin won 36-35 in overtime. The victory pushed the Tigers into the WPIAL Class AAA championship game at Heinz Field.
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
West Mifflin Vs. Central Valley
West Mifflin and Central Valley went toe-to-toe for 48 minutes Friday, Nov. 16, but it was not enough in the WPIAL Class AAA semi-finals at North Allegheny. The game was tied 28-28 after four quarters before Central Valley scored a touchdown and successfully kicked an extra point in the first overtime period. West Mifflin needed little time to answer on its possession. Quarterback Derrick Fulmore scored on a a 10-yard run, then ran for the two-point conversion as West Mifflin won 36-35 in overtime. The victory pushed the Tigers into the WPIAL Class AAA championship game at Heinz Field.
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
West Mifflin Vs. Central Valley
West Mifflin and Central Valley went toe-to-toe for 48 minutes Friday, Nov. 16, but it was not enough in the WPIAL Class AAA semi-finals at North Allegheny. The game was tied 28-28 after four quarters before Central Valley scored a touchdown and successfully kicked an extra point in the first overtime period. West Mifflin needed little time to answer on its possession. Quarterback Derrick Fulmore scored on a a 10-yard run, then ran for the two-point conversion as West Mifflin won 36-35 in overtime. The victory pushed the Tigers into the WPIAL Class AAA championship game at Heinz Field.
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
West Mifflin Vs. Central Valley
West Mifflin and Central Valley went toe-to-toe for 48 minutes Friday, Nov. 16, but it was not enough in the WPIAL Class AAA semi-finals at North Allegheny. The game was tied 28-28 after four quarters before Central Valley scored a touchdown and successfully kicked an extra point in the first overtime period. West Mifflin needed little time to answer on its possession. Quarterback Derrick Fulmore scored on a a 10-yard run, then ran for the two-point conversion as West Mifflin won 36-35 in overtime. The victory pushed the Tigers into the WPIAL Class AAA championship game at Heinz Field.
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
West Mifflin Vs. Central Valley
West Mifflin and Central Valley went toe-to-toe for 48 minutes Friday, Nov. 16, but it was not enough in the WPIAL Class AAA semi-finals at North Allegheny. The game was tied 28-28 after four quarters before Central Valley scored a touchdown and successfully kicked an extra point in the first overtime period. West Mifflin needed little time to answer on its possession. Quarterback Derrick Fulmore scored on a a 10-yard run, then ran for the two-point conversion as West Mifflin won 36-35 in overtime. The victory pushed the Tigers into the WPIAL Class AAA championship game at Heinz Field.
(Photo Credit: Rick Dayton)
(Photo Credit: RIck Dayton)
West Mifflin Vs. Central Valley
West Mifflin and Central Valley went toe-to-toe for 48 minutes Friday, Nov. 16, but it was not enough in the WPIAL Class AAA semi-finals at North Allegheny. The game was tied 28-28 after four quarters before Central Valley scored a touchdown and successfully kicked an extra point in the first overtime period. West Mifflin needed little time to answer on its possession. Quarterback Derrick Fulmore scored on a a 10-yard run, then ran for the two-point conversion as West Mifflin won 36-35 in overtime. The victory pushed the Tigers into the WPIAL Class AAA championship game at Heinz Field.
(Photo Credit: RIck Dayton)
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