By Joseph Santoliquito
Philadelphia, PA (CBS) — There were plenty of shocks this weekend during the PIAA state championships, but Southeastern Pennsylvania was represented extremely well in St. Joseph’s Prep and Archbishop Wood.
By winning the large school championships, The Prep in Class AAAA and Wood in Class AAA, respectively, both schools made history.
Wood’s 22-10 victory enabled the Vikings to become the first District 12 team to win multiple PIAA state football championships. And no one expected St. Joe’s Prep to absolutely dismantle Pittsburgh Central Catholic, and a defense that given up a mere 5.5 points a game this season, by a resounding 35-10 score.
It’s the first Prep team to win a state championship.
“We heard the talk from a few people that we didn’t have chance to win, mostly from the Pittsburgh people, but no one really listened to that and no one really cared,” said Hawks’…
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