Snider receiver Mac Hippenhammer catches a deep pass in front of New Palestine’s Logan Greene for a 47-yard touchdown during the first half of the IHSAA Class 5A state championship game at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Hippenhammer is one of Penn State’s 17 incoming freshmen who will report on June 24.
Snider receiver Mac Hippenhammer catches a deep pass in front of New Palestine’s Logan Greene for a 47-yard touchdown during the first half of the IHSAA Class 5A state championship game at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Hippenhammer is one of Penn State’s 17 incoming freshmen who will report on June 24. Chad Ryan Courtesy of The Journal Gazette
Snider receiver Mac Hippenhammer catches a deep pass in front of New Palestine’s Logan Greene for a 47-yard touchdown during the first half of the IHSAA Class 5A state championship game at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Hippenhammer is one of Penn State’s 17 incoming freshmen who will report on June 24. Chad Ryan Courtesy of The Journal Gazette

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