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Woodland Hills blitzes Fox Chapel

| Saturday, Oct. 9, 2010

Fox Chapel couldn't afford to fall behind against Woodland Hills, which recently got star running back Lafayette Pitts back from an injury.

But that's exactly what happened Friday night: The Foxes yielded 35 first-quarter points and fell, 38-7, in a Quad East Conference game at James Burk Athletic Complex.

Pitts rushed for 138 yards on eight carries and scored on runs of 25, 42 and 48 yards for the 10th-ranked Wolverines (3-3, 3-1), who have won two in a row after a 1-3 start. Ejuan Price returned an interception 26 yards for a touchdown.

The Foxes (1-5, 1-2) played their second straight game without standout running back Montay Green, who sat out for a school-related matter. Two quarterbacks saw time for the second consecutive week. Tony Pompeo was 3 for 13 for 39 yards and three interceptions; Alex Romango was 3 for 5 for 46 yards and a touchdown.

Receiver Tre Bradley caught five passes for 59 yards for the Foxes, who were outgained, 242-108.

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