ALLENTOWN -- The Central Penn Piranha has won another championship.
Central Penn claimed the Major League Football championship on Saturday night with a 15-3 win over the New Jersey Lions at J.Birney Crum Stadium in Allentown. The title is the sixth league championship in team history.
Hassan Brockman, a ten-year veteran, returned a punt for a touchdown in the second quarter to give Central Penn a 10-0 lead.
Red Land graduate Andar Rehm kicked two field goals for the Piranha. A safety by Brian Smith in the fourth quarter pushed Central Penn's lead to 15-3.
Central Penn ends the season with a record of 16-0. New Jersey finishes 12-4.