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Street and Duggan help PA win Big 33

Wednesday, June 21, 2017 by Peter Car pcar@tnonline.com in Sports

Liberty’s Darian Street and Jaohne Duggan spent one last night together as teammates in last weekend’s Big 33 Classic at Central Dauphin High School.

Both played their part in Pennsylvania’s 44-33 victory over Maryland, as Street hauled in three catches for 84 yards on the night, including a 51-yard TD grab in the fourth quarter to put Pennsylvania up 37-21 with 6:43 left.

Duggan, a back-to-back all-state selection on the defensive line, proved to be a menace to Maryland’s offensive line on the night, as he’ll continue his college career at Rutgers.

Street, will continue to play wide receiver at the University of Pittsburgh, following in the footsteps of his brother, Devin, who recently was signed by the New York Jets.

Emmaus kicker and Penn State recruit, Carson Landis, also made his mark in Saturday’s contest connecting on a 23-yard field goal and five-of-six extra points.

Landis also booted a 50-yard punt and a touchback.