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Team WPA wins 2018 PSFCA East West All-Star game

Mansion Park, Altoona:
Written by Shane Lux, Billy Splain 
 on Monday, May 7th, 2018
Selinsgrove QB Logan Leiby
With a steady rain falling on Altoona’s Mansion Park, Selinsgrove’s Logan Leiby threw a 10-yard completion to Penn Trafford’s Cam Suman on 3rd-and-5 with 2:06 remaining that gave the Western squad enough breathing room to run out the clock on their Eastern foes 28-25 Sunday afternoon at Altoona’s Mansion Park Stadium
The Leiby to Suman completion came after the East opted not to onside kick following Yahmir Wilkerson’s 1-yard touchdown run with 2:45 to play that capped an 8-play 79-yard drive. Harrisburg’s Wilkerson connected with Manheim Township’s Rece Bender on a 54-yard completion to the West’s 24-yard line to set up the score.
Wilkerson threw for 118 yards and a score while adding 12 more rushing and a touchdown. Bender had two catches for 91 yards. Leiby collected 134 yards of total offense including 11 rushing and a score, Suman had two grabs for 16 yards.
Both teams scored on their opening possessions as the West went into their bag of tricks that saw North Allegheny’s John Vardzel throw a touchdown pass from his wide receiver position to Garret Fairman of Thomas Jefferson.
Seven plays later the East tied the game at seven as Wilkerson hit Jake Novak of Manheim Central from 35 yards out.
Back-to-back touchdowns pulled the West ahead for good as Leiby scored on a 1-yard keeper punctuating a 79-yard drive.  West MVP Tim Smith of Penn Hills caught 
West MVP Tim Smith
a 35-yard pass from Leiby while Jeannette’s Robert Kennedy ran for a 31-yard gain on the drive. Smith accounted for 153 all-purpose yards.
Extending their lead, Bethel Park’s Gavin Vargesko scooped up a fumble and returned it 13 yards that pushed their lead to 21-7 with 10:26 to play in the first half.
East MVP Sam Karr of Abraham Lincoln ripped off a 24-yard touchdown run pulling the East to within a score at halftime 21-14. Karr rushed for all 32 yards on the drive following a shanked punt.
Sam Karr with Homer DeLattre
Kennedy returned the ensuing kickoff 55 yards, but the West couldn’t capitalize as Carter Raupach of Berlin Brothersvalley had his 31-yard field blocked.
Lampeter-Strasburg’s Peyton Denlinger nailed a 33-yard field goal that pulled that pulled the East to within 21-17 at the 3:38 mark of the third quarter.
But the West had other ideas as Smith broke a 42-gain and Kennedy capped off the 62-yard drive with a 4-yard scoring run making the score 28-17 after three.
The East out gained the West 306 to 267 in total offense.
After the game, Penn State preferred walk-on Colin DeBoef and Jeremiah Gutierrez of Stroudsburg were told they were given roster spots for the June 16 Big 33 game due to two other players dropping out.

Penn Hills RB Tim Smith, Selinsgrove QB Logan Leiby steer West All-Stars to PSFCA showcase win

By Eric F. Epler | eepler@pennlive.com 
on May 06, 2018 8:57 PM, updated May 06, 2018 9:11 PM

ALTOONA -- Tim Smith didn’t haul the fastest tread to Altoona’s Manson Park Stadium yet it didn’t stop the Penn Hills running back from a good romp in the rain.
Smith accounted for 153 all-purpose yards and Selinsgrove QB Logan Leiby connected on 10 of 15 passes Sunday as the West contingent made it two straight in the 17th annual PSFCA East-West All-Star game.
Through the driving rain storm – what else is new for the venue affectionately hailed as the Raven’s Den? – Pine-Richland coach Eric Kasperowicz watched his crew secure a 21-7 halftime lead and then hold off Harrisburg QB Yahmir Wilkerson and the East.
Wilkerson’s TD sprint out with 2:45 to play, coupled with his 2-point conversion pass to Lincoln RB Sam Karr, had whittled the West lead to three points.
Leiby, however, dashed the East’s last breath when he converted a third-and-5 by hitting Penn-Trafford’s Cam Suman. The East, out of timeouts, watched Leiby take two kneel downs in victory formation.
Smith, the West MVP, did not score but rushed 13 times for 88 yards and caught five passes for 65 stripes. Leiby finished with 137 of 150 passing yards for the West.
Smith worked behind Cumberland Valley OT Jacob Fetterolf and State College guard Collin DeBoef throughout.
CV’s Christian Arrington also weighed heavily on the West defense at linebacker.
The East managed just four first downs after halftime and were limited to 66 rushing yards on 22 totes.
Wilkerson, who completed 7 of 10 pass attempts, and fellow East QB Michael Ruisch did produce a handful of big plays.
Following a West touchdown on the opening possession, Wilkerson snapped off a third-and-15 shot to Manheim Central WR Jake Novak. The latter beat the coverage on a deep slant for a 35-yard score.
Later, a fumble by Wilkerson did turn into a 13-yard touchdown return by Bethel Park DE Gavin Vargesko early in the second, but Karr’s 24-yard TD run eventually sliced the East deficit to 21-14 with 2:38 to go in the half.
Manheim Twp. WR Rece Bender finished with two catches for 91 yards, while Central Dauphin TE Grant Smith (3-48) and Bethlehem Catholic’s Chris Drayton (3-35) gave the QB tandem plenty of targets. Wilkerson was 7 of 10 on the afternoon.
Lampeter-Strasburg kicker Peyton Denlinger chipped in three PATs and a 33-yard field goal late in the third quarter. Karr, named the East MVP, rushed 5 times for 70 yards.
Robert Kennedy, the hero behind Jeannette’s Class 2A championship in December, capped the West scoring with a 4-yard run in the third.
DeBoef, bound for Penn State as a preferred walk-on, and East guard Jeremiah Gutierrez of Stroudsburg received some good news postgame. Both were awarded roster spots for the June 16 Big 33 game after a pair of players opted out. … Middletown’s Brady Fox rushed four times for 7 yards and caught one pass for 10 yards. … Manheim Central LB Tyler Simon, Hazleton’s Adrian Otero and Lancaster Catholic DE Peyton Snopek (sack) were among the biggest standouts on the East defense. … The West won the 2017 showcase 17-14. Sunday’s game was the fourth straight decided by three points or less.
“It feels good, but I wasn’t in condition for this one. I thought it was just come here and play. Next time I’m going to be well conditioned when I get the call.” – West RB Tim Smith of Penn Hills
“I got to meet new guys and we had a good connection in the game. We had a couple of mistakes but it was a good experience overall. I liked the targets (receivers). It was definitely different but throughout practice this week we got our timing down.” – East QB Yahmir Wilkerson of Harrisburg
17th PSFCA East-West All-Star game (Mansion Park, Altoona)
East – 7 – 7 – 3 – 8 -- 25
West -- 14 – 7 – 7 – 0 --    28
First quarter
West-Garret Fairman 8 pass from John Varadzel (Carter Raupach kick), 8:03
East-Jake Novak 35 pass from Yahmir Wikerson (Peyton Denlinger kick), 4:27
West-Logan Leiby 1 run (Raupach kick), 2:19
Second quarter
West-Gavin Vargesko 13 fumble return (Raupach kick), 10:26
East-Sam Karr 24 run (Denlinger kick), 2:38
Third quarter
East-FG Denlinger 33, 3:38
West-Robert Kennedy 4 run (Raupach kick), :47
Fourth quarter
East-Wilkerson 1 run (Karr pass from Wilkerson), 2:45
Team Stats        East         West
First downs          12            14        
Rushes-Yards       22-66      29-142
Passing                241         150
Comp-Att-Int      13-20-0    13-25-0
Punts-Avg.           2-38       4-30.8
Fumbles-lost        2-2           0-0      
Penalties-yds       7-70         5-55
Individual statistics
RUSHING: East, Sam Karr 5-70, Yahmir Wilkerson 7-11, Brady Fox 4-7, Xavier Roman 1-1, Chris Drayton 2-(minus-4), Michael Ruisch 3-(minus-19); West, Tim Smith 13-88, Robert Kennedy 5-60, Logan Leiby 5-12, Cam Laconi 1-1, Team 3-(minus-4), Drew Saxton 2-(minus-15.
PASSING: East, Michael Ruisch 6-10-0—123, Wilkerson 7-10-0—118; West, Logan Leiby 10-15-0—137, John Varadzel 1-1-0—9, Drew Saxton 2-9-0—4.
RECEIVING: East, Rece Bender 2-91, Grant Smith 3-48, Chris Drayton 3-35, Jake Novak 1-35, Xavier Roman 2-12, Andrew Nickles 1-10, Brady Fox 1-10; West, Tim Smith 5-65, John Varadzel 2-37, Garret Fairman 2-18, Cam Suman 2-16, Cam Laconi 2-12, Robert Kennedy 1-2.
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PSFCA Announces Keynote Speaker for 2018 Clinic - Jerry Kill

Jerry Kill played college football at Southwestern College in Winfield, Kansas from 1979 to 1982. Coach Kill  got his first head coaching job at Saginaw Valley State University in 1994. From there he went on to become the head coach at Emporia State University, Southern Illinois University, Northern Illinois University, and the University of Minnesota. Most recently, he was the offensive coordinator at Rutgers.

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PSFCA, in partnership with The American Cancer Society, Announces Score for a Cure

PSFCA has partnered with the American Cancer Society for the first annual "Score for a Cure" charitable fundraising program. Participating teams across the state will be given online fundraising campaigns where your fans can donate for every touchdown you score during the month of September. 

How it works

  • Each participating team will be given an online fundraising page on pledgeit.org
  • Your team’s page will have its own custom link (e.g. pledgeit.org/team-name) which you and your players can share with your community on social media and through email
  • Your fans can pledge a donation for every touchdown you score during September

We simply play the games, score TDs and raise money for a great cause!

USA Football, in partnership with PSFCA, launches "Thanks Coach"

USA Football is launching a “Thanks Coach” football promotion.  We are looking to celebrate and honor those football coaches that make contributions both on and off the field.   We all understand that being a great coach is not always about the Xs and Os but about building relationships, being committed, continuing to learn and enriching the life of a student-athlete through the game of football is what differentiates a good coach from a great one. 

We have been capturing amazing stories from HS players, NFL players, former coaches and more about the ONE coach that made a difference in their lives and it’s truly inspiring. These coaches often only get recognized for their wins and we want to celebrate them for the intangible benefits they bring to their athletes that make them better people.

Any school, player, parent, coach can nominate a coach online at www.usafootbal.com/thankscoach. The nomination period is open now through September. 

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PSFCA Announces New Membership Benefits and Pricing




1.      PSFCA is the professional organization representing specifically football coaches and football interests

2.      All PSFCA Members will receive a membership card used for PSFCA Events and a Discount Card courtesy of  The Funding Zone with many bargains that can be used in your area.

3.      Membership is required for any coach to be eligible to coach in the Big 33 or East‐West all‐star games.

4.      Membership makes coaches eligible for recognition under the Honor Our Own program for Years of Service, Years as a Head Coach, Number of Wins, and Coach of the Year awards both District and State.

5.      Membership is required in order for players from the coach’s school to be considered for selection to play in Big 33 and East‐West games.

6.      Members get individual and staff discount rates for the PSFCA Kick‐Off Clinic.

7.      Periodic newsletters and bulletins keep members up to date on rules changes as well as changes and policies of the PIAA.

8.      Children of members are eligible for one of the PSFCA scholarships awarded only to children of active members of PSFCA.

9.      Coach complimentary tickets for Penn State, Pitt and Temple require the coach to be a member of the state association. 

10.  Members will receive a 1,000,000 liability protection policy.

11.  Members will receive access to Hotel Discounts through HotelStorm.


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The Pennsylvania Scholastic Football Coaches Association (PSFCA) has endorsed USA Football’s Heads Up Football High School® program for the betterment of it member coaches and their student-athletes. Including the PSFCA, a total of 26 state high school athletic associations and coaches associations support the USA Football program.

USA Football, the sport’s national governing body and a member of the U.S. Olympic Committee, trains more high school and youth football coaches combined than any organization in the United States.

In preparation for the 2016 football season, the PSFCA recommends each of its 4,000 members to enroll for  USA Football’s nationally endorsed Heads Up Football High School training and coursework.

Created and administered by USA Football, Heads Up Football High School establishes important standards rooted in the best available science and is supported by the American College of Sports Medicine, the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, among others.

More than 1,100 high school football programs nationwide enrolled in Heads Up Football High School in 2015.

“The health and safety of Pennsylvania’s student-athletes is our top priority,” said Pennsylvania Scholastic Football Coaches Association Executive Director GARRY CATHELL. “Implementing USA Football’s Heads Up Football program will provide our coaches with the education and resources to best teach the sport, ultimately making the game better and safer for our student-athletes.”

Heads Up Football High School is a comprehensive approach to teach and play the No. 1 participatory sport of high school boys. The program teaches blocking and shoulder-emphasized tackling techniques designed to reduce helmet contact and improve skill development as well as all-sport-relevant topics including Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) concussion recognition and response; sudden cardiac arrest protocols; hydration and heat preparedness; and instruction on proper helmet and shoulder pad fitting.

Coaches enrolled in the USA Football program complete hands-on, in-person training as well as the Heads Up Football High School certification course developed by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) and USA Football. USA Football is an education partner of the NFHS.

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“This is an important commitment by the Pennsylvania Scholastic Football Coaches Association for its members and student-athletes,” USA Football CEO SCOTT HALLENBECK said. “Coaches are teachers. This empowers them to establish an exciting new standard across the state, raising the bar for fun and positive football experiences with lasting fitness, academic and social benefits.”

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PSFCA Announces Hot 100 Class of 2017

April 16, 2016 — The Pennsylvania Scholastic Football Coaches Association (PSFCA) in conjunction with the Big 33 Classic, has released its annual listing of top high school football prospects for the class of 2017. This list of 105 student athletes who are rising seniors from across the state, compiled for the sixth straight year, represents a cooperative effort on the part of representatives from PSFCA — district directors, coaches and other functions of the association. It is the only list of its kind to be compiled exclusively by high school coaches.

“This year’s list reflects balance in every position, reinforcing that Pennsylvania consistently turns out quality student athletes who are solid college prospects,” said PSFCA member and Philadelphia area coach Mark Schmidt. “We look forward to seeing them excel both on and off the field in the coming year.”

First Name Last Name School Position Height Weight
Levi Becker Erie McDowell High School QB 6’3″ 200
Lance Blass Crestwood High School QB/Athlete 6’1″ 205
Nasir Boykin Imhotep Institute Charter High School QB 6’1″ 192
Grant Brenaman Cedar Cliff High School QB 6’1″ 195
Bryan Downey Lancaster Catholic High School Athlete 5’11” 180
Kevin Doyle Malvern Prep QB 6’3″ 210
Luke Emgee Fleetwood High School QB/DB 6’1″ 188
Rob King Father Judge High School QB/Athlete 6’1″ 180
Kyle McCloskey Germantown Academy QB 6’4″ 210
Brycen Mussina Montoursville High School QB 6’3″ 190
Grayson Sallade Manheim Township High School QB/DB 5’10” 175
Collin Smith Ligonier Valley High School QB 6’1″ 196
Reece Udinsky North Penn High School QB 6’4″ 180
Jacob Watts Scranton High School QB/Athlete 6’2″ 235
Darius Wise Beaver Area High School Athlete 5’10” 175
Joe Young Bethlehem Freedom High School QB/DB 6’3″ 200
Journey Brown Meadville High School RB/DB 5’11” 185
Charles Carr Hickory High School RB 5’9″ 195
Evan Chadbourn Bishop Guilfoyle High School RB/DB 5’11” 180
Solomon Gross Warren Area High School RB/LB 6’2″ 235
Sean Judge Wyoming Valley West High School RB/DB 5’8″ 165
Amir Lewis Imhotep Institute Charter High School RB 5’9″ 180
Syaire Madden LaSalle College High School RB 5’10” 205
Dwayne Murray Steel Valley High School RB 5’10” 185
Trael Seegares Susquehanna Township High School RB/LB 5’11’ 198
D’Andre Swift St. Joseph Prep RB 5’10” 205
Devon Allen Szymczak Erie McDowell High School RB/DB 6’0″ 189
Ross Stebbins Williamsport Area High School RB/LB 5’10” 225
Bill Williams Camp Hill High School RB/DB 5’6″ 175
Dajone Averett West Catholic Prep High School DB 6’3″ 200
Amadou Barry West Catholic Prep High School WR/DB 5’10” 170
Aamir Brown Imhotep Institute Charter High School WR 5’9″ 179
Kevin Brown Plum High School DB 5’11” 180
Mike Crawford Imhotep Institute Charter High School DB 6’0″ 188
Devin Evans Susquehanna Township High School DB 5’10” 195
Paris Ford Steel Valley High School WR 6’2″ 185
Noah Hamlin Clairton High School WR 6’0″ 170
Foday Jalloh Wilson Westlawn High School WR/LB 6’2″ 200
Jeremy Jennings Downingtown East High School DB 5’11” 170
Ricky Johns North Penn High School WR/DB 6’3″ 180
Kalen Keathley Athens High School WR/DB 6’0″ 185
Kade Kubicki Manheim Township High School WR 6’2″ 185
Ryan Lezzer Clearfield High School WR/DB 6’1″ 180
Trysten McDonald Cedar Cliff High School WR/DB 6’2″ 202
Bryan Neal Susquehanna Township High School WR/DB 5’10” 188
Kenny Robinson University Prep High School DB 6’2″ 205
Darian Street Bethlehem Liberty High School WR/DB 6’3″ 180
Jalen Szymczak Erie McDowell High School WR/DB 6’2″ 177
Dan Trimbur South Fayette High School WR 6’3″ 195
Alex Wade Manheim Township High School WR/DB 5’11” 185
Lamont Wade Clairton High School DB 5’10” 185
Mark Webb Archbishop Wood High School WR 6’3″ 200
Joel Whitteker North Penn/Mansfield High School WR/DB 6’0″ 175
Noah Woods State College High School WR 6’0″ 165
Bryon Williams Erie Strong Vincent High School WR/DB 6’2″ 190
Jack Young Mt. Lebanon High School WR 6’2″ 185
Zane Zandier Thomas Jefferson High School DB 6’3″ 203
Luke Frederick Bishop Guilfoyle High School TE/DE 6’3″ 215
Donovan Jeeter Beaver Falls High School DE 6’5″ 270
Parker Jones Wellsboro Area High School TE/DE 6’5″ 225
Connor Kerstetter Blue Mountain High School TE/LB 6’3″ 215
Will Kiely Downingtown East High School TE/DE 6’3″ 250
Micah Parsons Central Dauphin High School DE/WR 6’3″ 240
Ricky Poillon Lancaster Catholic High School TE/DE 6’5″ 235
Tyler Sears Neshannock High School TE 6’5″ 245
Griffin Sestili North Allegheny High School TE 6’3″ 245
Alex Twiford Wilson Westlawn High School TE 6’3″ 230
Nick Argento Red Lion Area High School OL/DL 6’3″ 305
Gavin Barclay York Suburban High School OL/DL 6’6″ 282
Mason Cholewa Montour High School DL 6’6″ 260
Rayquan Crowder Beaver Falls High School DL 6’3″ 280
Jaohne Duggan Bethlehem Liberty High School DL/TE 6’3″ 260
Michael Farrell Dallas High School OL/DL 6’2″ 280
Kieran Firment West Allegheny High School OL 6’4″ 280
James Gmiter Bethel Park High School OL/DL 6’4″ 290
Curtis Harper McKeesport High School DL 6’2″ 290
Shaun Hastings Cedar Cliff High School OL/DE 6’3″ 265
Kurt Hinish Pittsburgh Central Catholic High School DL 6’3″ 270
Logan Hivner Abington Heights High School DL 6’0″ 235
Gabe Houy Upper St. Clair High School OL 6’6″ 280
Josh Lugg North Allegheny High School OL 6’6″ 290
Brady Maxwell Cocalico High School OL/DL 5’11” 250
Alex Minford South Fayette High School OL 6’2″ 280
Raunya Mitchell Susquehanna Township High School OL/DL 6’4″ 280
Carson Picheco Erie McDowell High School OL/DL 6’3″ 268
Kyle Pierce Berwick High School OL/DL 6’0″ 270
Zachary Rode Wallenpaupack High School OL/DL 6’3″ 300
Conner Rutan South Williamsport High School OL/DL 6’1″ 298
Ryan Solt James M. Coughlin High School OL/DL 6’3″ 290
Will Swope State College High School OL 6’6″ 270
CJ Thorpe Pittsburgh Central Catholic High School DL 6’4″ 300
Khalique Washington Lebanon High School OL/DL 6’5″ 285
David Adams Pittsburgh Central Catholic High School LB 6’2″ 230
Amin Black Imhotep Institute Charter High School LB 5’11” 224
Max Chizmar Mars High School LB 6’2″ 225
Antoine Cook McKeesport High School OLB 6’3″ 215
Pete Haffner State College High School LB/RB 6’0″ 215
Brady Hornbaker Bethlehem Freedom High School LB/TE 6’0″ 225
Andrew Irwin Bishop Guilfoyle High School LB/RB 6’2″ 215
Major Jordon North Schuykill High School LB/RB 6’1″ 210
Mike Kalyan Schuykill Haven High School LB/RB 5’10” 210
Matt Kalyan Schuykill Haven High School LB/RB 5’10” 215
Josiah Quigley Cumberland Valley High School LB/RB 6’2″ 205
Rick Squires Penn Hills High School OLB 6’1″ 200
Marcus Wilson Berks Catholic High School LB/RB 5’11” 220
Colin McCreary Abington Heights High School K/P 6’1″ 185


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