Folks no podcast this weekend; off to Miami to cover the Steelers. It was a great shoot-out this past Thursday night at the Chartiers Valley stadium, the home away from home field of the Seton LaSalle Rebels. Big plays, big gains and big points were on the menu as two undefeated Class-AA teams battled down to the wire. The full story below from our friends at the Pittsburgh Post-gazette. We also have a little behind the scenes raw video footage of our FSN broadcast. Enjoy!
FSN Pittsburgh High School Football Game of the Week.
South Fayette beats Seton-LaSalle, 42-35
Two hook-and-laterals, a reception by a lineman and 77 points later, South Fayette spoiled Seton-LaSalle’s homecoming Thursday with a 42-35 win at Chartiers Valley High School.
“Any time they put us on TV we try to make it interesting,” Lions coach Joe Rossi said.
South Fayette, the Post-Gazette’s No. 3 team in Class AA, improved to 8-0 and took sole possession of first place in the Century Conference with a 6-0 conference record. The Rebels fell to 7-1, 5-1 and second place in the conference.
In a 42-point second quarter, South Fayette’s Zach Challingsworth stood out. He caught touchdown passes from Christian Brumbaugh of 30 and 17 yards and recovered a fumble that he ran 9 yards for a touchdown. Challingsworth had five catches for 90 yards.
Each team ran a hook-and-lateral play, both in the second quarter. Seton-LaSalle’s Mike Del Sardo caught a pass, then pitched it to Kevin Hart for a 20-yard touchdown. For South Fayette, Challingsworth caught a pass from Brumbaugh, then pitched it to Jeff Davis for a 19-yard total gain.
Read more, Story continued at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.com
By Bill Brink, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette/ Matt Freed Photo
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