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Westinghouse Rumbles Past Perry 45-6, Advances to 5th Straight City League Championship

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PITTSBURGH — The Westinghouse Bulldogs advanced to their fifth straight City League Championship game with a 45-6 win over the Perry Commodores on Friday night at Cupples Stadium on the South Side.

Westinghouse’s dominant ground game controlled the game from the opening whistle. The Bulldogs’ defense — led by edge rusher Michael Richardson’s two sacks and a touchdown — flocked to the ball and stifled drives.

Perry advanced into Westinghouse territory on the opening possession with help from a pair of personal foul penalties. 

The Bulldogs’ defense didn’t break, however, and they forced a turnover on downs.

Westinghouse responded by rushing for 65 yards on five plays, capped by running back Shaun Robinson’s 14-yard touchdown. The Bulldogs elected to go for two after a Perry false start on the PAT, but were unsuccessful.

Senior RB/SS Kahlil Taylor sparked the Bulldogs’ offense on their next drive. Taylor began the possession by bouncing outside for a 32 yard carry, then ended it with a touchdown from 20 yards out off a screen pass by QB Keyshawn Morsillo. A bad snap on the extra point attempt held Westinghouse’s lead to 12-0.

Taylor showed off his two-way ability when he picked off a red zone pass by Perry quarterback Ahmad Arrington and returned it for 61 yards. Morsillo returned the favor, throwing a goal line interception off a shovel pass. Moments later Arrington fumbled on a strip sack, recovered by Richardson for a touchdown and a 19-0 halftime lead.

Westinghouse began at Perry’s 38 yard line out of the half via a long return and a horse collar tackle penalty.

Taylor added his second touchdown of the evening soon after, this one from three yards out, and Westinghouse took a 25-0 lead after the kick doinked off the left upright.

Morsillo passed to senior receiver Sincere Smith for a 7-yard touchdown—and a 32-0 lead—to open the fourth quarter.

Ty Abrams added another Bulldogs pick, setting up a 25 yard touchdown run to make it 38-0.

Arrington broke the ice with just over eight minutes to go, dashing 82 yards for the score on a QB keeper. A failed two-point conversion kept the deficit at 38-6.

Kahlil Green stretched the Bulldogs’ lead to 45-6 with a one yard tote inside five minutes. Taymir O’Neal dove for a pick with the clock running inside two minutes to seal the Bulldogs’ victory.

Westinghouse (8-0) will face Allderdice (4-5) in the City League Championship for the third consecutive year at 4pm on Saturday, October 29.

Perry’s (3-5) season comes to a close.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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Kenya Alford
Kenya Alford
1 month ago

To@griffin Floyd we appreciate the highlight on Pittsburgh City League Sports most particularly Westinghouse but Michael Richardson is his name on the article not Michael Robinson. Thank you again.

Kenya Alford
Kenya Alford
1 month ago
Reply to  Griffin Floyd

Thank you very much!

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