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Bradley leads Laurel Highlands over Derry

| Saturday, Oct. 4, 2008

Tim Bradley scored four touchdowns, as Laurel Highlands scored 14 points in the second half to earn a hard-fought 28-21 victory over host Derry in a Keystone Conference contest. The Mustangs outgained the Trojans in total offense by seven yards, 257-250. Bradley scored on runs of 8, 6, 4 and 2 yards. Bradley finished with 212 yards on 28 carries for the Mustangs (2-4, 2-1).

Scott Dixon and Jay Whittaker each had a short touchdown run for the Trojans.

Albert Gallatin 48, Southmoreland 20

Michael Stokes scored a pair of rushing touchdowns and finished with 226 yards on 31 carries, but the Scotties (0-6, 0-4) were defeated by the host Colonials in Keystone Conference action. Andrew Henkel added a 2-yard touchdown run.

Grayling Sanders led the Colonials with 225 rushing yards and two touchdowns. Cody Peebles had a rushing touchdown and also threw for a score. Tanner Jesso scored on a 79-yard run, and Aaron King added a 55-yard interception return for another score. Mike King also had a rushing touchdown for Albert Gallatin.

Uniontown 22, West Mifflin 7

Doogie Sanner threw for 209 yards and two touchdowns, as the Red Raiders (4-2) beat host West Mifflin in a non-conference game. Sanner also scored on a 1-yard touchdown run. Brian Grady hauled in a 71-yard touchdown strike from Sanner, and Jason Guthrie was the recipient of a 23-yard scoring strike. Taylor Mouser added a 23-yard field goal for the Red Raiders.

Duane Burgwin caught a 26-yard touchdown pass from Imir Sanders in the fourth quarter for West Mifflin. Sanders completed 10 passes for 100 yards.

Monessen 46, Geibel 10

Shelton Miller had a receiving, throwing and rushing touchdown in the Greyhounds' win over the visiting Gators (2-4, 1-3) in a Tri-County South Conference game. Terrance Stepoli threw for a touchdown and ran one in from 35 yards out. Trae Cook and Robert Zynosky each ran for a score for Monessen.

Brendan Costantino scored on a 20-yard run for the Gators. Joe Laurion booted a 19-yard field goal.

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