Farrell Uses Big Plays to End Kane’s Season

CLARION, Pa. (D9Sports.com) – Farrell used big plays to end Kane’s season, 27-6, in the PIAA Class A quarterfinals Friday night at Clarion University’s Memorial Stadium.

The Steelers (13-1) had 16 plays of 10 or more yards including a pair that went for touchdowns and a couple of others that set up scores.

Ange Costanzo had a pair of interceptions for Kane Friday night. Photo by Shawn Murray
“Farrell is a great football team,” Kane head coach Todd Silfies said. “They are well coached. They are disciplined. They have a lot of kids who can do a lot of different things.”

One of the things the Steelers did well was use their speed, especially on the perimeter to break big plays when they needed them the most.

“You can’t even try to simulate that speed,” Silfies said. “Not on the grass fields of Kane in December. We can’t simulate it anyways. It’s tough.”

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