continued to dominate Pennsylvania Class A football Friday night, but lost one of its key players to an injury, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
The powerful Bears (14-0) demolished Brothersvalley (Berlin) 53-0 in the state quarterfinals, extending their national-best winning streak to 61 games.
However, University of Pittsburgh recruit Titus Howard
- a standout wide receiver and cornerback - dislocated his left elbow in the second quarter and will miss at least one week.
Meanwhile, it was business as usual for superstar running back Tyler Boyd
, who rushed for 244 yards and five touchdowns. He now has 114 career touchdowns to break the Western Pennsylvania record held by Rushel Shell. He also pushed his career total to 5,546 yards and has scored 95 touchdowns over the past two years.
Brothersvalley coach Doug Paul joined the ever-growing band wagon for Boyd when he said, "Phenomenal. He is the best I ever have coached against."