Penn-Trafford is still finding tough sledding in Class AAA this season.
A PIHL semifinalist a season ago, the Warriors lost their eighth consecutive game Tuesdaywhen they get rolled up, 10-4, at defending Pennsylvania Cup champion Peters Township,
As has become a season-long problem, Penn-Trafford allowed a whopping 55 shots in 51 minutes and the Warriors (0-10-1) have surrendered 444 shots in 11 games, an average of 40.4 per game. The plethora of shots has contributed mightily to the team giving up a classification-high 64 goals, for a team goals-against average of 5.82.
Penn-Trafford will have its next opportunity to post its first win when it hosts North Allegheny.