Cheerleader and senior Teemara Mollett uses turquoise glitter, one of Woodland Hills High School's colors, to show her school pride. (Photo by Martha Rial/PublicSource)

Cheerleader and senior Teemara Mollett uses turquoise glitter, one of Woodland Hills High School’s colors, to show her school pride. (Photo by Martha Rial/PublicSource)

You heard the popular expression “revenge is a dish best served on a cold rainy Friday night at the Wolverina.”

West Allegheny, (7-0), is the No. 1 ranked team in the WPIAL 5A Class and the Indians had to wait a year to finally get another shot at Woodland Hills.

The Wolverines graduated 32 seniors and coach Bob Palko and his staff was happy to see that Miles Sanders, Wilford Clark, Amir Cobbs, Daron Cooper, Tearl Gray, Payton Hicks, Eric Mitchell, Stephen Puhl, Jordan Scarbrough, Lamont Spratley, Tyriq Thompson, Chris Wilson, Jermaine Wynn and Jo-El Shaw are now playing college football and no longer sporting turquoise, black and white.

Rain, heavy winds, cold temperature and The West Allegheny Indians ruined Woodland Hills Homecoming Weekend.

The Indians stayed undefeated and clinched the Allegheny Nine Conference title Friday with a 52-13 win over Woodland Hills.

Woodland Hills drew first blood when Toledo recruit Saeed Holt raced 64-yards for a touchdown. Super sophomore kicker Charles Hanchett tacked on the PAT to give the home team a 7-0 lead.

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