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Video: Pine-Richland’s rushing attack dominates North Allegheny |

Video: Pine-Richland’s rushing attack dominates North Allegheny

| Saturday, October 28, 2017 11:09 a.m.

Pine-Richland rushed for 629 yards and seven touchdowns in Friday night’s 48-28 victory over rival North Allegheny. Jordan Crawford ran for 242 yards, Kenny White had 209 and Phil Jurkovec added 178 as No. 1-ranked Pine-Richland (10-0, 6-0) stayed on the ground to win the Northern Seven title outright.

“If a team is going to force us to run the ball, then I had to run,” said Jurkovec, who passed for just 52 yards but carried a team-high 17 times and scored touchdowns on runs of 69 and 10 yards.

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