Guyasuta ends home season
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Last Saturday was Guyasuta Fox Chapel's last home game of the season and closed with a player and cheerleader recognition.
The Tomahawks won 6-0 on a quarterback sneak from Keyshawn McKaskill. Mason Heininger, Eli Drolz and Roman Mason led the team in tackles.
The Braves suffered a 20-0 loss to Arken. Thomas Golembiewski had a fumble recovery and Logan Mitchell led the team in rushing.
The Warriors suffered a 39-6 loss to Arken. Michael Tomlin scored on a 75-yard run to put Guyasuta on the board
The Chiefs had an exciting game and won by 52-6.
Charon Tucker had four touchdowns.
All graduating Chief players and cheerleaders were recognized.
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