HERSHEY, Pa. (AP) – D’Andre Swift ran for 140 yards and three touchdowns as St. Joseph’s Prep of Philadelphia routed Pittsburgh Central Catholic 42-7 on Saturday in the first PIAA Class 6A title game.
It was St. Joseph’s third state championship in four years. They finished the season winning every game by double digits.READ MORE: Unity Township Man Facing Charges Stemming From Mask Dispute At Grocery Store
Thirteen seconds before the half, St. Joseph’s quarterback Marquez McCray hit Darryle Simmons for a 35-yard touchdown to take a 14-0 lead.
It wasn’t until the final play of the third quarter that Central Catholic got on the scoreboard with a 19-yard run by Justice Evans, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported.READ MORE: W. Va. Expects Vaccine Supply Surge As COVID-19 Deaths Drop
Central Catholic lost four fumbles and gained just 185 yards offense.Pa. Fish & Boat Commission Stocking Trout Ahead Of Opening Day
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