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2016 PSFCA East/West All Star Game

Written by: on Thursday, March 31st, 2016. Follow Staff on Twitter.



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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 game will be played Sunday, May 1, 2016 at 2:00PM at Cupples Stadium on the South side of Pittsburgh.

The head coach of the West will be Rick Murphy from Brashear High School and the East head coach will be Rick Pennypacker from Pottsgrove High School.

Both teams practice on April 17th and April 24th. The East team will practice at Dowingtown High School and the West team will practice at Cupples Stadium. The final practice for both teams will be April 30th at the game site. Tickets for the game are $8.00 and will only be on sale on game day starting at 12:30pm.


East Roster: Click here

West Roster: Click here


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6 Responses to “2016 PSFCA East/West All Star Game”

  1. Billy Splain says:

    not that I know of, unless there was a change we weren’t notified about

  2. Tom Callaghan says:

    Is my grandson Christopher Callaghan, Central Valley QB, 6’4 200lbs, on the roster or not?

  3. Billy Splain says:

    no tv or streaming for the game. I will have a radio/web broadcast schedule IF anyone is doing such. Sorry.

  4. McD 65 says:

    I hope the game is on television or live streamed. The location is unfortunately out of reach for many of us.

  5. Paul Sausmann says:

    – not to keep beating a dead horse but could a few of you give some suggestions of possible game locations in the middle of our state that the East v West game could be played. Again I personally am willing to go through my contacts to get this game back to a venue that we can all see it annually, NOT every other year b/c of the games venue. I will do the leg work – its what I love to do with HS football. Just give me a few possible, legit locations that would be “centralized” for all PA residents.

    we said Bucknell is out but I didn’t give up on that yet. How about some high schools, PSAC schools, or even D3 colleges in the middle of the state that have some nice facilities. I thought Altoona was a great place in the middle for most. tx.

  6. McD 65 says:

    The east roster is very impressive.