Seven touchdowns and 507 yards.

That’s the stain Miles Sanders left on Sterling Jenkins’ memories.

When Sanders played for Woodland Hills and Jenkins suited up for Baldwin in the WPIAL’s Southeastern Conference, Sanders’ team beat Jenkins’ squad by a combined 102-28 in the three years these current Penn State football players’ careers overlapped.

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