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This Week's Circulars

End Zone is The Herald's dedicated page for all local football content.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.