North Hills Defeats Penn-Trafford in Season Opener

The Indians score three touchdowns in the final quarter to seal the victory.

The North Hills Indians put up 21 points in the fourth quarter of their season opener to defeat Penn-Trafford 28-14 Friday night at Martorelli Stadium.

Seniors Jordan Blackmon and Tyler Reddick ran for 2 touchdowns apiece to lead the scoring for the Indians.

For video highlights of the game, click here.

Penn Trafford  0  0  7  7  14
North Hills       0  7  0 21 28

NH -- Jordan Blackmon 2 run (Wayne Carney kick)
PT -- Devin Austin 1 run (Matt Loughnane kick)
NH -- Blackmon 21 run (Carney kick)
NH -- Tyler Reddick 6 run (Carney kick)
PT -- Dom Cima 80 pass from Ryan Marasti (Loughnane kick)
NH -- Reddick 49 run (Carney kick)

The Indians visit Central Catholic next Friday night at 7:30 p.m.

2011 Record:  4-5 (overall), 2-4 (conference)

Schedule (all kickoffs at 7:30 p.m.)

Aug. 31 Penn-Trafford (W) NH 28 PT 14
Sept. 7 at Central Catholic*
Sept. 14 Shaler*
Sept. 21 Butler*
Sept. 28 at Penn Hills
Oct. 5 Fox Chapel*
Oct. 12 Seneca Valley*
Oct. 19 at Pine-Richland*
Oct. 26 at North Allegheny*

How do you think the Indians will do this year? Tell us in the comments box below.

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recruitpa September 02, 2012 at 04:23 AM
once the young offensive line improves protecting the QB they will do well because they have plenty of talent at the skilled positions and their QB this year is a D1 prospect who is a dual threat.
Richard Cook September 02, 2012 at 02:06 PM
You seem to know about this team! Please contact me if you are interested in blogging about the Indians this season.


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