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4th Annual Frank Varischetti All-Star football game rosters released

Written by: on Thursday, May 30th, 2019

 

The fourth annual Frank Varischetti All-Star football game will preserve familiar alignments when the game kicks off Friday, June 28, in Brockway.

Seniors from the Class of 2019 are selected by the votes of head coaches from what were formerly the Allegheny Mountain League and Keystone Shortway Athletic Conference.

The AML and KSAC combined into the three-division District 9 League last fall, but the Frank Varischetti All-Star game will retain the AML-KSAC matchup that has been featured since the first game in 2016.

“We inquired of coaches, players and fans about changing the alignments, and the overriding sentiment was ‘Keep it the way it is,’” Game Manager Nick Hoffman said. “The players have told us how much they enjoy teaming up with their former rivals, and from the chemistry that develops in a week of practice, it’s obvious how much fun they are having. We are not going to tamper with that.”

The AML squad includes players from Bradford, Brockway, Curwensville, Elk County Catholic, Kane, Ridgway, Cameron County, Coudersport, Otto-Eldred and Smethport.

The KSAC team has players from Brookville, Clarion, Karns City, Moniteau, Punxsutawney, St Marys, Clarion-Limestone, Redbank Valley and Union/AC Valley.

Adam Jack of Smethport, the AML North Small School Coach of the Year who led the Hubbers to an 11-1 season, will coach the AML team.

Dave Eggleton of Clarion-Limestone, the District 9 South Small School Coach of the Year who led the Little Lions to a 9-3 record, is the KSAC’s head coach.

The AML won last year’s contest, 40-14, and leads the series, 3-0.

The Frank Varischetti Foundation, with support from the Brockway Gridiron Association and the Brockway Area School District, is hosting the event. In addition to showcasing the best football talent in District 9, $1,000 scholarships will be awarded by Game Sponsors to several players at halftime.

The game kicks off at 7 p.m. Friday, June 28, and coincides with Brockway’s annual Old-Fashioned Fourth of July Celebration. Tickets are $5 for adults and $2 for children.

The rosters for this year’s game include:

AML KSAC
# Name School HT WT Pos(s) # Name School HT WT Pos(s)
0 Donny Pattison Bradford 6’2 208 RB, DB 1 Archer Mills Clarion 6’ 157 QB, DB
1 Blake Kinner Smethport 6’3 210 RB, DL 2 Cabe Park Brookville 5’9 140 WR, DB
2 Chase Sebastian Otto-Eldred 6’1 180 WR, LB 3 Sam Minich Clarion 6’ 185 WR, LB
3 Jaron Ambrose Bradford 5’10 170 RB, DB 4 Carter Newcome Punxsutawney 6’2 185 TE
5 Noah VonGunden Curwensville 5’8 150 QB, DB 5 Travis Crawford Redbank Valley 6’ 160 RB, DB
6 Daunte Allegretto Ridgway 5’7 145 WR, DB 6 Keaton Kahle Redbank Valley 6’3 180 QB, DB
7 Zane Puhala Brockway 5’11 160 K/P 7 Chance Nagy Moniteau 5’9 150 QB, DB
9 Mason Klesa Coudersport 5’11 155 DB 9 Hunter Martz Redbank Valley 5’10 140 WR, DB
10 Peter Downer Brockway 6’2 200 QB 11 Ayden Wiles Clarion-Limestone 5’6 160 RB, LB
12 Grant Ognen Smethport 5’9 170 QB 12 Dylan Ishman Punxsutawney 5’11 185 QB
15 Chris Connelly Otto-Eldred 6’1 187 WR, LB 17 Hunter Jones Karns City 5’9 170 RB, LB
18 Stephen Kelly Coudersport 5’8 180 RB, DB 18 Alex Gianvito Punxsutawney 5’10 170 RB, DB
21 Nathan Hollowell Smethport 6 175 RB, DB 20 Bryan Dworek Brookville 5’10 170 WR, DB
24 Evan Furlong Ridgway 6’1 200 RB, LB 21 David Wiles Clarion-Limestone 5’10 170 WR, DB
25 Hunter Cashmer Elk Co. Catholic 6’ 180 WR, LB 22 Hunter Wiles Redbank Valley 6’ 200 RB, LB
27 Avery Francisco Curwensville 6’1 225 RB, DL 24 Logan Minich Clarion 6’ 180 RB, LB
29 Ryan Fritz Elk Co. Catholic 5’9 170 DB 39 Camden Boggess Clarion 5’11 200 RB, LB
44 Alex Breindel Elk Co. Catholic 6’ 185 TE, LB 50 Nick Porciello Clarion 5’7 185 OL, DL
51 Nathan Gehm Bradford 5’7 220 OL, DL 52 Jim Gunning Clarion-Limestone 6’1 260 OL, DL
53 Tyler Serafini Brockway 5’7 165 RB, DB 53 Chase Kline Union/AC Valley 5’7 205 OL, DL
58 Parker Rohr Ridgway 6’ 190 OL, DL 54 Blaney Brooks Redbank Valley 5’10 190 OL, DL
63 Leyton Mangiantini Brockway 6’4 255 OL, DL 55 James Parenti Moniteau 6’ 280 OL, DL
67 Ben Sherry Elk Co. Catholic 6’4 225 TE, DL 58 Bradon Bastian Karns City 6’4 280 OL, DL
71 Devin Geitner Cameron County 5’10 195 OL, LB 59 Matt Coleman Clarion-Limestone 5’11 250 OL, DL
72 Chase Pontious Ridgway 5’10 245 OL, DL 63 Alex Agosti St. Marys 6’2 255 OL, DL
74 Charles “Trey” Lee Otto-Eldred 5’6 170 OL, DL 72 Bobby Mathews Moniteau 6’3 250 OL, DL
76 Wyatte Osborne Coudersport 6’2 285 OL, DL 77 Stephen Covington Karns City 6’2 248 OL, DL
77 Bradley LaFleur Smethport 6’ 240 OL, DL 79 Joe Dehart Union/AC Valley 6’ 269 OL, DL
87 Isaac Schloder Ridgway 6’2 165 TE, LB 81 Drew Beichner Clarion-Limestone 6’ 250 TE, DL
88 Garrett McClintick Brockway 6’2 195 TE, LB 83 Madden McMillen Karns City 6’ 175 TE, DL

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