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Jeannette's Pryor approaches rare milestones

Paul Schofield
| Sunday, Nov. 25, 2007

Jeannette quarterback Terrelle Pryor is approaching a rare double-double.

With as many as three more games remaining in his high school football career, Pryor could reach 4,000 yards rushing and passing. He has rushed for 3,781 and completed 213 of 364 pass attempts for 3,855.

After winning its second consecutive WPIAL Class AA championship Friday with a 61-12 victory against Beaver Falls, Jeannette opens the PIAA tournament either Friday or Saturday against District 9 champion Karns City (12-0). A victory against Karns City would put Jeannette into the PIAA semifinals against either District 10 champion Wilmington or District 6 champion Bishop McCort. The state championship game is 1 p.m. Dec. 15 at Hersheypark Stadium in Hershey.

Jeannette is also 20 points short of the state record for points scored (755 by Southern Columbia last year).

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