Penn Hills has used the jet option to fly to one of the best records in Class AAAA.
If there's another successful flight Friday, Penn Hills could land with a share of the conference title.
When Penn Hills (6-2, 5-1) travels to the Wolvarena to take on rival Woodland Hills (7-1, 6-0), the Indians know that win would earn them a share of the Southeastern Conference title. The Indians last won a conference championship in 2008.
A big reason for the success Penn Hills is having is its execution of the jet option offense, a version of the triple option. The central characters are quarterback Bill Kisner, running back Te'Shan Campbell and 'jet' Isaiah Jones. Kisner and Campbell get the bulk of the carries and have had outstanding seasons. Kisner has rushed for 863 yards and 12 touchdowns, while Campbell has rushed for 834 yards and 14 touchdowns. Jones rushed for a 70-yard touchdown in a 55-28 win against Seneca Valley last week.