When the final horn sounded, the 90-7 score on the electronic scoreboard appeared to showcase a dominant DuBois victory. It didn’t. Instead it signaled something even more remarkable: A final score of 107-90, one of the highest scoring high school football contests in modern history.
As noted by The Sentinel, a Central Pennsylvania newspaper, Meadville topped Pennsylvania rival DuBois by a final score of 107-90. The victors racked up so many points on the back of running back Journey Brown, who finished with 720 yards and 10 touchdowns on the ground. In one game. His big night was offset by DuBois’ star quarterback, Matt Miller, who set a new single-game passing record with 782 yards and 10 touchdowns … also in one game.