Westinghouse’s Historic Season Ends With 37-22 State Championship Loss To Southern Columbia

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Westinghouse’s magical run came to an end in the PIAA 2A State Championship Game, as the Bulldogs couldn’t prevent the Southern Columbia Tigers from winning their sixth consecutive state title 37-22.

Southern Columbia’s pass rush gave Westinghouse quarterback Keyshawn Morsillo no time to throw, forcing errant passes against their single-high safety look. The Bulldogs’ defense wore down late in the game as the Tigers dominated the time of possession, allowing 22 points in the fourth quarter.

Westinghouse received the opening kickoff and went three-and-out. A short punt gave Southern Columbia the ball at the Bulldogs’ 49, but Westinghouse’s defense forced a turnover on downs.

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