In the frigid air a hundred miles from home, senior Mike Waters knelt along the sideline and buried his face in his white gloved-hands.
Behind the star running back, a pack of bundled and blanketed fans went wild. Before him, teammates from Imhotep Institute Charter High School danced and shouted across the field the way teenage boys do after winning a state football title, after making history.
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West Oak Lane’s Imhotep Institute Charter School Panthers took the city title on Saturday after winning against the Archbishop Wood Vikings.
By beating the Vikings 20-14, the Panthers will advance to the quarter finals of the Class AAA State Championships. The Vikings are the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) 2014 State Champions…. -> Continues on NewsWorks.org