How sweet it is: Quaker Valley wins first state title in school history
Quaker Valley rolled to its first football state championship in school history on Saturday with a 41-24 win over Middletown at Hersheypark Stadium in Hershey.
"Words can't describe" the victory, Quaker Valley head coach Jerry Veshio said in a post-game interview on PCN-TV, which broadcasted the game live. "These kids have been determined to do this since last November. These guys are warriors. They're an unbeatable group. They never give up."
Senior Ricky Guss said he's "thankful" for the win.
"We knew we had the potential to get here," Guss said in a post-game interview on PCN-TV. "We trust each other, we got that bond. We have each other's backs."
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The team is expected back into the Sewickley/Leetsdale area later tonight. Following the team's WPIAL victory last month and last week's state semi-final win, they received a police escort through Sewickley.