Highschool roundup for Aug. 27, 2022: Woodland Hills wins on goal-line stand

August 28, 2022


Saturday, August 27, 2022 | 11:18 PM

York William Penn operating again Jahiem White is without doubt one of the state’s high faculty recruits, however Woodland Hills’ protection stopped him on the aim line with six seconds left for a dramatic 28-24 win Saturday in Chambersburg.

The York offense was denied 4 instances on operating performs in a goal-to-go scenario. On fourth down, defensive finish Kellen McDonough made the successful cease for the Wolverines (1-0).

“Our motto is we bend however we don’t break,” coach Tim Bostard stated. “We bent. They’d the ball all the way down to concerning the 2-yard line. White is without doubt one of the finest operating again within the state. … Happily, we stepped up and made a cease.”

The Week Zero recreation was a part of the Peach Bowl Showcase.

Woodland Hills operating again Elijah Nesby rushed for 127 yards on 15 carries and scored 3 times. His touchdowns coated 69, 9 and seven yards, serving to the Wolverines construct a 28-8 halftime lead.

The Wolverines’ fourth TD was a 49-yard run by Austin Wells.

York scored twice within the second half together with a 41-yard third-quarter landing run by White, who had 125 yards on 19 carries. The senior is dedicated to West Virginia. Rivals ranks him 18th total amongst Pennsylvania recruits from the 2023 class.

York quarterback Sam Stoner contributed to his workforce’s two different touchdowns. Stoner threw a 51-yard TD to David Warde within the second quarter and scored on a 2-yard run with about seven minutes left within the fourth, slicing Woodland Hills’ result in 4 factors.

The Wolverines had a tough second half. They’d two kickoff returns for touchdowns known as again on penalties, misplaced two fumbles and threw an interception, all after halftime.

“We made loads of errors,” Bostard stated. “What you are taking out of a Week Zero recreation is, you discover out the place you’re actually at. Numerous your finest enhancements come between Week Zero and Week One.”

Nesby entered the season as Woodland Hills’ backup operating again, however began Saturday as a result of starter Brandon Jones was injured. Nesby’s efficiency possible earned him extra carries, Bostard stated.

The Peach Bowl Showcase was a multi-game occasion organized by Chambersburg athletic director Ron Coursey, the previous athletic director at Woodland Hills.

OLSH 32, Shenango 14 – Nehemiah Azeem threw for 437 yards and 5 touchdowns to guide OLSH (1-0) to a nonsection win over Shenango (0-1). Dereon Greer caught eight passes for 201 yards and three touchdowns, together with a 64-yarder within the first quarter and a 59-yarder within the second half. Dorrien Tate caught six balls for 119 yards and two scores, together with a 46-yarder. CJ Miller had a landing catch and Hunter Energetic a TD run for Shenango.

Boys soccer

Bentworth 7, Washington 0 – Jerzy Timlin scored two targets and added two assists as Bentworth (1-0) blanked Washington (0-1) in nonsection play. Ryan Moessner added two targets and one help whereas John Scott tallied one aim and three assists.

Brashear 3, South Allegheny 0 – Exauce Mugomoka had two targets to guide Brashear (2-0) over South Allegheny (0-1) in nonsection play.

Burrell 2, Deer Lakes 1 – Seth Trisoline and Jayson Eire scored targets to assist Burrell (1-0) to a nonsection win. Wesley Boyle scored for Deer Lakes (1-1).

Butler 3, Indiana 0 – On the Indiana Event, Cody Lubinsky had two targets and an help as Butler (2-0) shut out Indiana (1-1). Dylan Murphy added a aim and an help whereas Liam Madden and Drew Knight shared the shutout in aim.

Eden Christian 6, Riverside 0 – Ryan Merrick scored a hat trick to energy Eden Chistian (1-0) to a nonsection win over Riverside (0-1).

Greensburg Salem 7, Hempfield 0 – Daishaun Alexander scored 4 targets to guide Greensburg Salem (1-0) to a nonsection win towards Hempfield (0-1). Tobyn Anderson added one aim and three assists whereas Patrick Galvin recorded 4 saves for the shutout.

Hampton 2, Gateway 1 (OT) – Coleman Docherty scored the game-winner within the second extra time to guide Hampton (1-0) previous Gateway in a nonsection match. Caden Muchenski additionally scored for the Talbots.

Kiski Space 5, West Allegheny 3 – Anders Bordoy had two targets and two assists to guide Kiski Space (1-0) to a win over West Allegheny (0-1) on the Plum match. Trey Curry had two targets and Liam Foley additionally scored for the Cavaliers. Andy Cosnek scored twice for West A.

McGuffey 5, Metal Valley 2 – Larry Goodman and Nate Kler scored two targets apiece and Dylan Stewart additionally scored to guide McGuffey (1-0) previous Metal Valley (0-1) on the Chartiers-Houston match.

Peters Township 3, Bethel Park 1 – Blake Gabelhart, Mason Lewis and Nick Magee scored to guide Peters Township (1-0) to a nonsection win over Bethel Park (0-1).

Pine-Richland 1, Franklin Regional 0 – Finn Kichi scored and Cadan Bennett recorded the shutout as Pine-Richland (1-0) defeated Franklin Regional (0-1) on the Pine-Richland match. In different match video games Saturday, Moon and North Allegheny performed to a 0-0 draw and Winchester Thurston beat Penn-Trafford, 5-0.

Plum 2, Higher St. Clair 1 (SO) — Lucas Pittman scored in regulation and Plum prevailed in a penalty kick shootout within the match hosted by the Mustangs. USC’s Tyler Reimer scored within the second half to make it 1-1. Plum will host Kiski Space within the championship recreation at 4 p.m. Sunday.

Seneca Valley 8, Chartiers Valley 0 – Gavin Loya scored a pair of targets to guide Seneca Valley (1-0) to a nonsection win over Chartiers Valley (0-1).

South Park 6, Ringgold 1 – South Park (1-0) scored 4 first-half targets in its nonsection win over Ringgold (0-1).

Thomas Jefferson 5, West Mifflin 0 – Ray Schrello scored a hat trick to guide Thomas Jefferson (1-0) previous West Mifflin (0-1) in a nonsection matchup.

Women soccer

Beaver 5, Freedom 3 – In nonsection play, Sydney Chontos notched the hat trick as Beaver (1-0) beat Freedom (0-1).

Chartiers-Houston 9, Beth-Heart 0 – Lexi Durkacs had a hat trick and Amelia Brose scored twice to guide Chartiers-Houston (1-0) previous Beth-Heart (0-1) on the Chartiers-Houston Event. Riverside defeated McGuffey, 1-0, within the different Chartiers-Houston Event recreation Saturday.

Deer Lakes 2, Springdale 1 – Bryanna Simonetti and Brittney Schindler scored to guide Deer Lakes (1-0) to a nonsection victory. Briana Ross scored for Springdale (0-1).

Greensburg Salem 5, Hempfield 0 – Ashley Smith had two targets and one help to guide Greensburg Salem (1-0) to a nonsection victory over Hempfield (0-1). Maddie Krofcheck added two targets and Alice Wilkinson picked up the clear sheet.

Hampton 4, Central Valley 0 – Sara Kenst scored twice as Hampton (1-0) shut out Central Valley (0-1) in a nonsection contest.

Monessen 9, Jeannette 1 – Sam Saylor recorded three targets and an help to guide Monessen (1-0) to a nonsection win over Jeannette (0-1). Aaliyah Rice, Kayla Saeli and Sidney Campbell add added two targets every whereas Hailey Johnson contributed three assists.

North Allegheny 3, Cumberland Valley 1 – Emma Schupansky scored her first profession aim and Lucia Wells and Izzy Costa additionally discovered the online to guide North Allegheny (1-0) previous District 3’s Cumberland Valley (0-1) in a nonsection matchup.

Southmoreland 7, Connellsville 1 – Olivia Cernuto scored six targets, operating her profession whole to 88, to guide Southmoreland (1-0) previous Connellsville (0-1) in a nonsection matchup. Kiley Queer transformed a penalty kick for the Scotties.

Thomas Jefferson 3, West Allegheny 1 – Ana Konodos, Abby Ngugi and Natalie Lamenza scored to guide Thomas Jefferson (1-0) previous West Allegheny (0-1) on the West Mifflin match.

West Mifflin 9, Obama Academy 0 – Drina Johns scored 4 targets and Emily Beck added two to guide West Mifflin (1-0) previous Obama Academy (0-1) in a nonsection recreation.

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