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Starting in 2019, Jourdan Townsend needed to be patient. He always knew he could be a go-to target. He just needed the chance.
PITTSBURGH — The season started with the goal of winning a state title. But the Farrell football team came up short of that mark.
GROVE CITY — The final whistle had sounded. The Grove City football team met at the 28-yard line on the far end of the field. Head coach Sam Mowrey told his guys to look up. And that they had put together another strong season.
The fantastic season of coach Josh Mull’s Reynolds High Raiders (11-2) came to an end on Friday night with a 42-8 loss to Port Allegany (12-1) in the PIAA Class 1A quarterfinals at Bradford High School’s Parkway Field.
Farrell is back in familiar territory as it enters the PIAA playoffs, but faces a stiff test at 1 p.m. Saturday at Cupples Stadium in Pittsburgh when it meets City League champ Westinghouse in the PIAA Class 2A quarterfinals.
GROVE CITY – The 2021 season came to a painful end for Nathan Greer. A bit of bad luck cost him his season.
Brayden McCloskey spent time on the field on Saturday following the Reynolds football team’s 28-14 win over Eisenhower in the District 10 Class 1A title. He took photos with the trophy, jump in for photos with teammates and met with his family and friends.
TITUSVILLE — The teams retook the field for the start of the fourth quarter. And with one play, the Reynolds football team regained the lead at Carter Field in Titusville.
NEW WILMINGTON - Sharpsville tried to play a game of keepaway from the high-octane Farrell offense Saturday night. And it nearly worked before the Steelers capitalized for three short-field touchdowns and a 26-0 win in the District 10 Class 2A Finals at Wilmington High School.
SLIPPERY ROCK — Gavin Lutz was deep to receive a punt toward the end of the first half. The punt was partially blocked and it rolled just inside Grove City territory.
Today at 1 p.m., the Reynolds football team will kick off at Titusville’s Carter Field. The next two hours or so will determine whether or not the Raiders take home a third straight District 10 Class 1A title.
It will be nearly two months since Grove City and Slippery Rock squared off in their annual meeting.
Farrell and Sharpsville meet for the second time this season at 7 p.m. Saturday night at Greyhound Stadium in New Wilmington for the District 10 Class 2A championship. Farrell is the top seed in the 2A playoffs while the Devils are No. 2.
GROVE CITY – The Grove City College football team was in a state of transition. They Wolverines had graduated quarterback Josh Ehst, who finished as won of the best signal callers in GCC history.
FARRELL — Garen Levis shot off the line and turned the corner. He stretched his arms out and batted down Garrett McGuire’s 44-yard field goal attempt.
NEW WILMINGTON - The Farrell High Steelers advanced to the program's eighth straight District 10 championship game on Saturday with a 48-6 win over Seneca at Greyhound Stadium in the District 10 Class 2A semifinals.
FARRELL – Jalen Wagner normally shoulders the Reynolds offense. However, it was Haydin McLaughlin that did the heavy lifting early for the Raiders on Saturday afternoon.
FARRELL — Grove City is headed back to a familiar place.
NEW WILMINGTON – With the rain and wind on Friday night, the high-flying Hickory and Slippery Rock offenses were forced to pivot. The ground game took center stage at Greyhound Stadium in New Wilmington.
MEADVILLE — Cambridge Springs head coach Nate Liberty knew beating a team twice in one season would be a tall task.
ERIE — Mercyhurst Prep scored a pair of touchdowns in the fourth quarter on Saturday night in a 21-14 win over Wilmington in the District 10 Class 2A quarterfinals at Veterans Stadium.
Hickory, and Slippery Rock football teams were also in playoff action on Friday night.
GREENVILLE – When in doubt, do what you do best. So with the District 10 Class 3A quarterfinal on the line, Sharon went to its running game.
Five other area teams were in action on Friday night while other teams rested for the upcoming District 10 playoffs.
SHARPSVILLE – It was a textbook play by Sharpsville freshman Kalvin McCullough. He read the route, planted his foot and drove on the ball.
The Region 3 meatgrinder of a schedule continued on Friday night with four games.
TRANSFER – Jalen Wagner found a little running room off the left side. He lowered his shoulder and powered his way through a defender into the end zone.
Six other District 10 region games were on Friday’s slate, as well as a big Mahoning Valley Athletic Conference Grey Tier Division clash between Brookfield and Garfield.
Westminster quarterback Cole Konieczka has taken his last snap as the Titans’ signal caller.
FARRELL — Flashback to the end of the Ursuline-Farrell football game. The Steelers needed a score to win in the final minute, but back-to-back sacks by Ursuline handed the Steelers their first loss of the season.
MERCER — The Mustangs were nearly flawless Saturday night.
Growing pains should probably be expected in 2022 for the Mercer Mustangs. After graduating 13 seniors from a squad that suffered a 19-7 loss to Maplewood in the District 10 playoffs, the County Seaters have 13 players combined in their upper two classes entering the 2022 season.
Sharpsville’s Paul Piccirilli is entering his 27th season as a head coach, and it’s more of a return to normal compared to last year.
Brian Herrick returns for his 16th season as head coach of the Trojans and is one victory shy of his 100th career win (99-69). Greenville has five returnees on offense and seven on defense.
After a difficult start to the season, the Hickory Hornets finished the regular season winning six of their final eight games.
The Sharon Tigers saw ups and downs during the 2021 football season. The Tigers started the season 4-1, but went 2-2 in the second half of the season, closing the year with a 36-20 loss to rival Hickory in the postseason.
Lakeview will be switching it up in 2022.
Kennedy Catholic features the smallest roster in the area. But with 14 kids on the roster, the Golden Eagles coach John Reay thinks his team has a better chance at competing in 2022.
New team, same dream.
Legendary Los Angeles Lakers head coach Pat Riley may have trademarked the phrase “Three Peat,” but Reynolds football coach Josh Mull isn’t going anywhere close to that with his Raiders coming off back-to-back District 10 championships.
Top-of-the line talent and depth led Slippery Rock through an obstacle-filled terrain to a District 10 championship game appearance a year ago.
The Hounds had their streak of five straight District 10 championships snapped by Farrell last season and are looking to get back to the top in 2022. Wilmington went 7-3 last year and was able to compete for another D-10 title despite being a young squad.