St. Joseph's Prep defeated Pittsburgh Central Catholic 42-7 to win the first-ever Class 6-A State Championship. It was the third state title in three years for the Hawks. The 2016 Penn Preps Most Valuable Player of the game is running back and Georgia commit D'Andre Swift. Swift ran the ball for 146 yards and three touchdowns to go three for three in state championship games while at St. Joe's Prep. Swift displayed his speed and strength as he ran through and past tacklers to help lead the offensive onslaught by the Hawks.
Check out his highlights from the game.