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2017 PSFCA East/West All-Star Game Rosters Released

Written by: on Monday, March 6th, 2017

2017 PSFCA East/West All-Star game

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The Pennsylvania Scholastic Football Coaches Association is proud to announce the initial team roster including coaching staffs for the 15th Annual PSFCA East/West All Star game. The PSFCA is also proud to announce the game will once again be played at Mansion Park Stadium in Altoona, Sunday, May 7, 2017 at 2:00PM .

The head coach of the West will be Kevin Steele from Bedford High School and the East head coach will be Brian Fluck from West Catholic High School.

Both teams practice on April 23rd and April 30th. The East team will practice at Dowingtown High School and the West team will practice at Cupples Stadium in Pittsburgh. The final practice for both teams will be May 6 at the game site. Tickets for the game are $8.00 and will only be on sale on game day starting at 12:30pm.

This year’s game sponsor is ProGrass. ProGrass Synthetic Turf Systems, headquartered in Sharpsburg, Pennsylvania, just outside the city of Pittsburgh, provides the nation’s finest synthetic turf solutions for every level of performance demands. ProGrass is a proven leader in providing synthetic turf customer solutions that include product development, design build, project management, construction, installation and proactive maintenance. For over a decade, ProGrass has manufactured and installed over 500 full size fields. Our management team has over 50 years of combined synthetic turf industry experience. Our experience provides the knowledge necessary for a smooth transition from your current athletic field to ProGrass. The mission of ProGrass is to provide synthetic turf systems that go the distance with advancements in athletic performancP

Preliminary Rosters:

QB Isaiah Hankins Williamsport Area
QB Brycen Mussina Montoursville Area
RB Zane Dudek Armstrong
RB Jermaine Younger Pittsburgh CC
HB Josiah Quigley Cumberland Valley
OL Curtis Harper McKeesport Area
OL Jake Hinish Pittsburgh CC
 OL Alex Minford South Fayette
OL Cameron Landis Cathedral Prep
OL Cam Rush Bishop Canevin
OL Will Swope State College
OL Roman Macek Montour
WR Anthony Dellefemine Norwin
WR Noah Woods State College
WR Niko Mermigas North Allegheny
WR Payton Skalos Seneca Valley
TE Jack Vyborny Hollidaysburg
DL Nicholas Argento Red Lion
DL Justin Kasmerski Ridgway
DL Antoine Cook McKeesport Area
DL Kam’Ron Walker State College
DL Dremar Everette Charleroi
LB Andrew Irwin Bishop Guilfoyle
LB Brayden Thimons Highlands
LB Pete Haffner State College
LB Bennett Verona Franklin Regional
DB Kenny Robinson Imani Christian
DB Jaquan Brisker Gateway
DB Derrick Caraway Woodland Hills
DB Bryce Gibson Greater Johnstown
DB Jayvaun Shears McKeesport Area
ATH Darius Wise Beaver
ATH Duane Brown Apollo-Ridge
K Jordan Washington Gateway


HC Kevin Steele Bedford D5
Asst. TJ Plack Peters Twp D7
Asst. Matt Humbert Belle Vernon D7
Asst. Roger Beitel Ligonier Valley D6
Asst. Jon Miller Trinity D7
Asst. Josh Oswalt Central York D3

QB Stephen Sturm Perkiomen Valley
QB Zach Gilbert Whitehall
RB Shawn Thompson Archbishop Wood
RB Khari Jones St. Joseph’s Prep
HB Nick Vasger North Penn
 OL  Kyree  Wade Delaware Valley Charter
OL Crae McCracken Loyalsock
OL Eric Washington Jr Steelton-Highspire
OL Ryan Solt James M Coughlin
OL Nick Haydu Delaware Valley
OL Joshua Dauberman Hughesville
WR Terrence Greene St. Joeph’s Prep
WR Julian Liaci Nazareth
WR Amadou Barry West Catholic
 WR Stone Scarcelle Spring-Ford
WR George Reid Abington
TE Dante DeLuca Wyoming Area
DL Will Kiely Downingtown East
DL John Harrar Strath Haven
DL Isaiah Reigel Wilson(West Lawn)
DL Brandon Hickerson-Rook Central Dauphin East
DL Raunya Mitchell Susquehanna Twp
DL Saleem Lockett Imhotep Charter
LB Amin Black Imhotep Charter
LB Isaiah Onuschak Bethlehem Catholic
LB Thomas Murphy Allentown CC
LB Jordan Major North Schuylkill
DB Jackson Buskirk Whitehall
DB Fredrick Goodson St. Joseph’s Prep
DB Richard Carr St. Joseph’s Prep
DB Tre McNeill LaSalle College
DB Sheir-ron Whittaker Delaware Valley Charter
ATH Tyshaun Pollard Central Dauphin East
K Barney Amor Central Bucks East

HC Brian Fluck West Catholic D12
Asst. Greg Dohlon N. Pocono D2
Asst. Brian Gilbert Whitehall D11
Asst. Dave Gingrich Cocalico D3
Asst. John Donnelly C Bucks East D1
Asst. Steve Mitten W Chester Henderson D1

PSFCA East West All Star Game History

Game History
The first game was held in June of 2001 at Mansion Park in Altoona, after members of the Pennsylvania Scholastic Football Coaches Association (PSFCA) approached the Allegheny Mountains Convention & Visitors Bureau to help organize and produce a sister game to the Big 33 Game. The Big 33 Game features the top players in the state against players from Maryland. Unfortunately only 34 players can be selected to represent Pennsylvania, and in a state with a rich football tradition many quality players are left out. Thus, the PSFCA East West All Star Game was conceived giving the honor to play in a statewide, prestigious all star game to 68 more players.

The players selected to play in the game truly represent some of the finest football talent in Pennsylvania. Past player have gone on to play for college powerhouse teams such as Penn State, University of Maryland, Toledo, Ohio State, Pitt, Notre Dame, Syracuse University, Cornell University, U. S. Naval Academy and University of Michigan. The game has also been a showcase for Ivy League athletes, with players going on to Princeton and Yale. Our first class of alumni was eligible for the NFL draft in April of 2005 and several have begun their professional careers with the NFL.

Pennsylvania Bowl
Currently the East holds the advantage for wins, having won 10 of the 14 games. Clearly the stage has been set for rivalry that’s sure to continue to grow. As the rivalry grows so does game attendance and recognition. More than 50,000 people have traveled to Altoona, Gateway, Franklin Regional and Downingtown to watch these future college and NFL players in a classic rivalry. The Game had been aired on PCN, Root Sports and Fox Sports.

The Future
The game was not played in 2011 due to lack of sponsorship and a variety of other issues. The PSFCA thought it was a necessity to get this game going again, so after a year hiatus, the PSFCA with the help of many other sponsors brought the East West All Star Game back. The game was played in Western PA (Cupples Stadium-2016) and in Eastern PA (Downingtown-2015). The game returns to Altoona’s Mansion Park for the first time since 2010. For more information please visit our website at www.psfca.mobi.

Game Scores (Series = East 10 West 4)

2001 East 31 West 3 2009 East 37 West 22

2002 East 31 West 17 2010 East 33 West 7

2003 West 14 East 10 2011 No Game was played

2004 East 39 West 13 2012 West 45 East 24

2005 East 24 West 7 2013 East 47 West 28

2006 East 20 West 14 2014 East 35 West 25

2007 West 24 East14 2015 West 21 East 19

2008 West 10 East 0 2016 East 20 West 19

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