Post-Gazette writer Mike White covered Friday's football game between Woodland Hills and Seneca Valley. Click here to read his story.
"The team that relies so heavily on its running backs wasn't running much at all.
Woodland Hills trailed Seneca Valley in the fourth quarter, and the Wolverines' 1,000-yard rusher hadn't played all night because of an injury.
No matter. Woodland Hills still won because of its running. But it was the wheels of the quarterback and defensive backs that gave the Wolverines another trip to the WPIAL semifinals.
Woodland Hills got three touchdowns in the fourth quarter -- one by quarterback Harry Randall and two on long interception returns -- and defeated Seneca Valley, 28-14, Friday night at North Allegheny's Newman Stadium. The win puts Woodland Hills (9-2) into the semifinals for the fourth time in the past five years."