By Joseph Santoliquito
Philadelphia, PA (CBS)—It happened a couple of years ago but it still has to linger just a bit for Bishop McDevitt of Harrisburg, LeSean “Shady” McCoy’s alma mater.
In 2011, Archbishop Wood had a team for the ages, smashing almost every team in its path toward the school’s first PIAA Class AAA state championship. The Vikings put the exclamation point on that year with a resounding state-record 52-0 victory over McDevitt.
The 52-point difference is still the largest margin of victory in any game at any level in the 25-year history of the PIAA state football championships (Central Bucks West’s 49-point difference in its 56-7 victory over New Castle in the 1998 Class AAAA final was the previous largest margin of victory).
On Friday night at 7 p.m., don’t think McDevitt (14-1) would not like to avenge that sore moment when it takes on Wood for…
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