HERSHEY, Pa. (AP) - Clairton finished another perfect season with a fourth straight state championship.
Quarterback Armani Ford threw for one touchdown and ran for another, and Clairton stuffed Dunmore's power-rushing attack in a 20-0 win Friday to take the PIAA Class A title.
Senior standout Tyler Boyd added a 5-yard rushing score to help Clairton (16-0) become just the third program in state history to win four consecutive championships, joining Berwick and Southern Columbia.
The Bears were just as tough defensively in stuffing the Bucks (14-2). Dunmore's best series of the afternoon ended after linebacker Robert Boatright sacked Brandon Kujawski on fourth-and-7 from the 26 midway through the fourth quarter.
Boyd added an interception, too, while playing safety - though it's his offensive skills that are making college coaches take notice. Three Penn State assistant coaches watched from the sideline.
Clairton won its 63rd straight game.
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