Post-Gazette: Sophomore has an impact for Woodland Hills

Updated: September 5, 2020
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It hasn’t been a usual practice for veteran Woodland Hills coach George Novak to trust an underclassman with a starting job — especially at running back.

Last year, Miles Sanders was the first freshman that Novak had start at that position in 26 seasons.

Sanders led the Woodland Hills rushing attack with 738 yards on 129 attempts with 12 scores in his rookie campaign.

“I take a lot of pride in what I do and I feel very lucky to have had this opportunity,” Sanders said. “I know I’m one of the few to have had it and that makes me feel good.”

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