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Published: November 26, 2012 -
Updated: November 26, 2012 11:56 am
Wash High Championship Game
1124_SPT_washhigh_02 Katie Roupe / Observer-Reporter Aliquippa's Terry Swanson is taken down by Washington's Darius Spinks after a gain of 14 yards in the second quarter.
1124_SPT_washhigh_04 Katie Roupe / Observer-Reporter Washington's Jaylin Kelley celebrates after sacking Aliquippa's quarterback in the first half of the game on Friday, November 23 at Heinz field.
1124_SPT_washhigh_03 Katie Roupe / Observer-Reporter A Wash High fan reacts with the rest of the crowd after an incomplete pass is thrown. The crowd was calling for pass interference but the referees continued the game.
1124_SPT_washhigh_01 Katie Roupe / Observer-Reporter Washington's Darius Spinks, Malik Wells and #32 stand shocked after Aliquippa scores their second touchdown during the first half of the game in the WPIAL championships.
1124_SPT_washhigh_08 Katie Roupe / Observer-Reporter Aliquippa's Devon Walker fumbles the ball in the third quarter and it is recovered by Washington's Josh Wise. Washington scored on the drive.
1124_SPT_washhigh_09 Katie Roupe / Observer-Reporter Washington football head coach Mike Bosnic walks through the line of celebrating Aliquippa players after Aliquippa wins the WPIAL Class AA Championship.
1124_SPT_washhigh_09 Katie Roupe / Observer-Reporter Washington's Josh Wise reacts after losing the game to Aliquippa in the WPIAL championship.
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch passes against the Cleveland Browns in the second quarter of an NFL football game on Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Ron Schwane)
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