Thursday, September 20, 2012

Scenes from the re-enactment

Unless you were under a rock or in a cave, chances are you read about how the Westmont Hilltop at Johnstown football game evolved into a re-enactment of the Johnstown-filmed movie "All the Right Moves."

It was easily the most talked about high school football game in the country last week, and it received nationwide coverage. The Tribune-Democrat was at the front of the media coverage. For the record, Ampipe avenged a 1983 loss to Walnut Heights with a 20-17 victory.

Here's some great photos from the game by staff photographer Todd Berkey, who still fits in the same Ampipe shirt he wore 29 years ago.

Johnstown quarterback Deion Moore leaves Westmont defenders grabbing at air on his way to the end zone.

Walnut Heights takes the field.

Legendary Aliquippa coach Don Yannessa did the ceremonial coin toss.

Ampipe takes  the field.

Westmont's Sam Curry finished with 37 carries and nearly 200 yards rushing.

Johnstown's Kareem Gibson dives for a touchdown.

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