Drew Karpen profiles the South Fayette football team.
(Photo: South Fayette teammates pose for photos after defeating Dunmore in the PIAA Class AA championship game at Hersheypark Stadium Saturday afternoon. Matt Freed/Post-Gazette)
"Numbers are soaring around the South Fayette football team at a historic pace.
There is the 32 consecutive wins, which is good enough for fourth longest in WPIAL history.
There are the 263 yards and 95-yard touchdown jaunt that junior running back Hunter Hayes put up in the PIAA championship game. There are the mulitple records senior quarterback Brett Brumbaugh has that makes him the most prolific passer in WPIAL history.
But it is a number as simple as two that holds the most meaning. It stands for the consecutive state championships the Lions have after defending their crown on Saturday in Hershey with a 28-16 come-from-behind victory against Dunmore."