Friday night, Bethel Park and Woodland Hills put on a rushing exhibition that paid homage to Allegheny County’s football past.

Unfortunately for Woodland Hills, Jehvonn Lewis looked like he came from the future.

The junior running back, who rushed for 369 yards last year, nearly matched that total. Lewis ran for 328 yards and three touchdowns on 20 carries to lead the Black Hawks (1-0) to a 41-20 Allegheny Eight win in their season opener.

“We know he’s got a lot of talent,” coach Jeff Metheny said. “He can run and he can do some things. He’ll be a good player for us.”

It wasn’t just another win for Metheny. In his 25th year as head coach, he celebrated his 200th victory on his home field with players, family and friends.

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