• Won the WPIAL Class AAA championship with a win over Blackhawk, 12-6, at Three Rivers Stadium. It avenged a loss to the Cougars from the previous season.
  • During a 10-0 regular season, the Highlanders outscored their opponents by an average of 27.8 to 8.3 with three shutouts.
  • McGuffey capped its 3-0 run in the WPIAL playoffs by avenging the 1993 title game loss with a 12-6 victory over Blackhawk in Three Rivers Stadium, denying the Cougars a fourth straight WPIAL championship.
  • The Highlanders advanced to their second straight WPIAL championship game following playoff victories over Hampton (26-7) and Belle Vernon (20-13).
    The team’s head coach was Frank Sworden, a 2009 inductee into the Washington-Greene Co. Chapter Hall of Fame. His staff included his brother, the late Mickey Sworden,
  • Rick Barlow, Mike Malesic, and the late Rudy Johnson.
  • The Highlanders opened the season with consecutive shutouts over Canon-McMillan (14-0) and Brownsville (40-0). Victories over Mt. Pleasant (41-21), Peters Township (21-7) and South Park (37-14) followed. McGuffey posted wins over West Mifflin (28-13), Keystone Oaks (24-9) and Chartiers Valley (14-0) before gaining a pivotal, 7-6, decision over Thomas Jefferson and a regular-season finale romp over Waynesburg (52-14).
  • In 1993, McGuffey was fueled by running back Jason Barr, one of the most prolific rushers in WPIAL history and a one of the greatest Highlanders’ players ever. The 1994 team had to overcome the loss of Barr and did it with a host of players, including brothers’ Jason (running back) and quarterback Jared Johnson, fullback Brett Shriver, and running back Bobby Wagner.
  • McGuffey opened the WPIAL playoffs with a, 26-7, victory over Hampton at home in the Class AAA playoffs. The Highlanders followed with a come-from-behind, 20-13, decision over Belle Vernon at Wash High Stadium in the semifinals.
  • While the Highlanders lost to Sharon in the PIAA semifinals, it could not take away from a wonderful season, 13-1 record and a lifetime of memories.