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Wilmington football is headed back to Hershey while Oil City and Reynolds lose

BEAVER FALLS – Wilmington made a defensive stand in the second half to hold off Beaver Falls and earn a return trip to the PIAA Class 2A championship game on Friday with a semifinal win at Geneva College.

Wilmington improved to , while Beaver Falls ended the season

The Greyhounds led at the half after Darren Miller had touchdown runs of 27 and 13 yards. Shileak Livingston got Beaver Falls on the board with a 1-yard TD run.

More:Friday's PIAA football semifinal results, with semifinal and championship schedule, Nov. 20

After Josh Hugh broke a yard touchdown run to get the Tigers within one point at , Caelan Bender scored on a 1-yard run in the fourth for Wilmington.

Beaver Falls drove the field and Tyler Cain hauled in a yard touchdown pass from Jared Brickner late in the game, but the Tigers' pass attempt on the two-point conversion was incomplete.

Thomas Jefferson 62, Oil City 0: At Jefferson Hills, Jake Pugh threw for three touchdowns and Conner Murga ran for three as the Jaguars dominated a PIAA Class 4A football semifinal on Friday at Thomas Jefferson High School.

Thomas Jefferson () moves on to the PIAA Class 4A championship against Jersey Shore in Hershey next week, and Oil City ends an historic season

Thomas Jefferson, the defending PIAA Class 4A champion, dominated from the start as Pugh found Preston Zandier on touchdown passes of 21 and 37 yards right away. Conner Murga added a yard touchdown run and Zandier caught his third TD pass to make it after the first quarter.

The Jaguars added three second-quarter touchdowns to take a lead at the half. Murga had two touchdown runs and DeRon Van Bibber added a yard TD run.

Oil City was held to 95 yards of offense with 48 coming on a late pass play. Sean Stack ran for 50 yards on 18 carries as the Oilers played another game without star running back Cam Russell.

Murga led Thomas Jefferson with yards on 12 carries, while Pugh threw for yards and Ian Hansen had four catches for yards. Zandier had just the three touchdown catches for 68 yards.

Jeannette 48, Reynolds 12: At Transfer, the JayHawks erupted for 27 points in the third quarter to pull away in a PIAA Class 1A football semifinal on Friday at Reynolds High School.

Jeannette () moves on to the state championship next week in Hershey, while Reynolds ends its historic season

Jeannette led just at the half after Roberto Smith ran for one touchdown and launched a yard TD pass to James Sanders. Reynolds quarterback Brayden McCloskey had a 3-yard TD run in the second quarter.

The JayHawks invoked the mercy rule in the third quarter as Smith ran for two touchdowns, Jaydin Canady had a five-yard touchdown run and Brandon Penn returned a fumble 36 yards for a touchdown.

Smith threw for yards and ran for three touchdowns, while Cole Toy led Reynolds with 82 yards and a late touchdown on 14 carries. Sanders added three catches for yards for Jeannette.

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Highlights: Wilmington holds off Beaver Falls, heading back to Hershey

BEAVER FALLS, Pennsylvania (WKBN) – Wilmington’s heading back to Hershey following their victory over previously unbeaten Beaver Falls.

The Greyhounds will be making their 3rd appearance in the state title contest in the past four years. Wilmington () was matched against Southern Columbia in () and in ().

Tomorrow, Southern Columbia () will play against Bishop McDevitt () at Selinsgrove at 1 pm. Southern Columbia has won the last three Class 2A championships.

Darren Miller scored Wilmington’s first two touchdowns on runs of 27 and 14 yards respectively.

After a Josh Hough (Syracuse commit) yard touchdown run for Beaver Falls, their two-point conversion failed on an attempted pass play to cut the Greyhound lead to 1-point ().

Wilmington’s quarterback Caelan Bender ran in a 1-yard touchdown to extend the lead to

On 4th down with remaining, Brendin Brickner connected with Tyler Cain on a yard touchdown catch to pull the Tigers within 2-points of the ‘Hounds (). After an unsportsmanlike penalty, Quadir Thomas’ catch was a yard short of the end zone on a tackle by Caelan Bender.

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Scoring Chart
Wilmington, (F)
First Quarter
W – Darren Miller, yard TD run (W )
B – Shileak Livingston, 1-yard TD run (W )
Second Quarter
W – Darren Miller, yard TD run (W )
Third Quarter
B – Josh Hough, yard TD run (W )
Fourth Quarter
W – Caelan Bender, 1-yard TD run (W )
B – Tyler Cain, yard TD catch from Brendin Brickner (W )

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Ethan Susen following Wilmington's 20-18 victory over Beaver Falls in the PIAA Class AA semifinals.

PIAA Semifinals Preview: Like Beaver Falls, Wilmington is all about the running game

Wilmington High School football players Mason Reed, Connor Vass-Gal and Ethan Susen are part of Wilmington's power running game.

Smashmouth football with some speed sprinkled into the mix.

That recipe could describe either Wilmington or Beaver Falls as the squads prepare to meet in Fri’s PIAA Class 2A semifinal at Geneva College’s Reeves Field.

“It’s two teams, in a lot of ways, that are mirror images of each other,” Wilmington coach Brandon Phillian said. “There’s no secret we’ll both try to establish the line of scrimmage and run the football. The team that is able to do a better job of that is the team that comes out victorious, I think.”

Beaver Falls () continues to rack up yardage on the ground. Syracuse recruit Josh Hough’s 1, yards lead the WPIAL. He has 28 touchdowns. Backfield mate Shileak Livingston has 1, yards and 18 TDs on the year as well — giving the Tigers two 1,yard rushers for the second year in a row.

“When you look at Josh Hough and Shileak Livingston, I don’t think you can go into a game trying to shut them down. You have to go into the game trying to limit them,” Phillian said. “The key is can you limit the big plays and slow them down? We can’t give up big plays and we have to make them snap the football, sustain drives and earn their yards.”

Beaver Falls' Shileak Livingston scores a touchdown during Friday night's WPIAL Class 2A semifinal game at Reeves Field in Beaver Falls.

However, Beaver Falls can attack through the air, too. Quarterback Jaren Brickner has passed for yards. Receivers Trey Singleton and Quadir Thomas can make plays with the ball, too.

“I think Coach Nardone and his staff have done a great job. They are very well-coached on both sides of the football,” Phillian said. “Beaver Falls impresses me most in that they are a complete team. They have an arsenal of skill guys who can beat you and they are very talented on the offensive and defensive lines. They are a complete team. When you watch them on film, it’s no surprise they have had a successful season.”

Likewise, the Greyhounds thrive off their line play. Offensive linemen Jake Chimiak, Morgan Whiting, Brayden Penwell, Weston Phanco and Connor Vass-Gal and tight end Jordan Hess pave the way for a unit that averages yards per game on the ground. Wilmington racked up yards rushing in last week’s win over Chestnut Ridge.

Beaver Falls' quarterback Jaren Brickner carries the ball last season against Neshannock at Geneva College. The Tigers dominated the Lancers with a victory.

“Both teams will look to win the battle of the trenches and try to win the line of scrimmage,” Phillian said. “That’ll go a long way in determining the outcome of this game.”

Multiple players thrive in Wilmington’s Wing-T formation. Ethan Susen ran for a program single-game record of yards on 30 carries last week. He added five touchdowns. He has 1, yards on the year and averages 10 yards per carry. Darren Miller rushed for yards and a score last week. He has yards on the season. Luke Edwards has rushed for yards and quarterback Caelan Bender has racked up Bender has passed for yards and seven TDs as well. The team averages points per game on offense and gives up

“I think one of the keys this time of year is trying to peak at the right time, so to speak. One thing I am very happy about is our team has continued to remain humble and hungry,” Phillian said. “Now, in the playoffs, I think we’re still ascending, continuing to grow and get better. Hopefully, we do peak at the right time. We’re trending in the right direction. They have continued to work hard and get better each and every week.”

Wilmington, the District 10 champ, is in the semifinals for the fifth year in a row. The Greyhounds won it all in and fell to Southern Columbia in the title game in and ’ Wilmington dropped a decision to Avonworth in last year’s semifinal.

“I think we’re very blessed and humbled to have this opportunity before us,” Phillian said. “Thinking back to a few short months ago, we weren’t even sure if there’d be a high school football season. So, to be playing in the Western Final for a chance to go to the state championship, we’re very grateful.”


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