Don’t look now, but the Penn Hills boys basketball squad was making headline news as they began the 2017-2018 season with a 14-0 record.

Led by the likes of 6-5 senior Davion Stephens, the Indians can beat you from the inside, and the perimeter. Their defense is seemingly flawless, too. Darrell Mason, Cam Wiley and Cory Fulton have been major contributors, as well.

Big victories this year for the Indians include City League powerhouse Allderdice (54-40, Dec. 20), and Woodland Hills (68-60, Jan. 12)

Their only loss this season, as of Jan. 22, came at the hands of Latrobe, 80-66, Jan. 16.

The Indians have five games remaining: Fox Chapel (Jan. 26), at Penn-Trafford (Jan. 30), Hempfield (Feb. 2), at Woodland Hills (Feb. 6), and the rematch against Latrobe, at Penn Hills High, Feb. 9.


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