“Final Five” selected for 2011 Mr. Pennsylvania Football Award
Written by: WesternPAFootball Staff on Thursday, February 23rd, 2012
(Harrisburg, PA)- Wayde D. Marsico, President/CEO of Sportsrecruiters.com announces the final five finalists in the Mr. Pennsylvania high school football awards. Two awards will be presented; one for the Small School Mr. Pennsylvania which consists of class A and class AA players, and one for the Big School Mr. Pennsylvania which consists of class AAA and class AAAA players. The players were chosen by football fans, sportswriters/sportscasters, and high school coaches from around the state with almost 25,000 voters.
The Finalists for the Small School/A/AA award are:
Brad Fegley Senior Southern Columbia High School Quarterback
Roman Clay Junior Lancaster Catholic High School Running Back
Demetrious Cox Senior Jeannette High School Athlete
Matt Bodamer Junior Port Allegheny High School Quarterback
Tyler Boyd Junior Clairton High School Running Back
The Finalists for the Big School/AAA/AAAA award are:
Dan Harding Senior Nazareth Area High School Quarterback
Noah Spence Senior Bishop McDevitt High School Defensive End
Brendan Nosovitch Senior Allentown Central Catholic High School Quarterback
Rushel Shell Senior Hopewell High School Running Back
Jack Haffner Senior State College Area High School Running Back
The winners will be announced at an awards banquet on Saturday evening, March 3rd, at the Harrisburg Hilton. There is still time to make reservations. Go to mrpafootball.com for more information.
SportsRecruiters.com is very excited to sponsor this award in Pennsylvania along with some noted sponsors such as: Gatorade, Verizon, TechQuest Pennsylvania, Comcast, AT&T, Century Link, Papa John’s and others. Sixteen states with rich high school football traditions including Texas, Florida, Ohio, California, Alabama, and Oklahoma, present awards annually. With Pennsylvania being a hot-bed for high school football, it’s about time Pennsylvania has its own Mr. Football.
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