Tri-State Sports & News Service writer Drew Karpen profiles the Yough football team. Click here to read his story.
"Allowing 42 points isn't the prototypical formula for recording your first playoff win in school history, but it was the formula that worked for Yough last Friday night.
Of course, it helps when your offense can put up 57 points.
"The kids are very, very excited," Cougars coach Mark Crovak said. "It's special. Those kids have worked so hard since they were freshmen to turn this thing around. It's a nice feeling."
It is even nicer that as a No. 13 seed in the WPIAL Class AA playoffs, it came on the road against previously undefeated Allegheny Conference champion Kittanning. The Wildcats (9-1) were the No. 4 seed."