HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK | The Sunday message
Wyoming Area Center Bryce Hinkle started at the center for the East Team, who rallied for a 17-10 win over the West in the PSFCA East-West Small School All-Star Game on May 30th at Landis Field in Harrisburg.
Hinkle was also credited with a special team attack in the game.
The East bounced back from a 7-0 deficit after a quarter.
This is the first year the Pennsylvania State Football Coaches Association has split their East-West All-Star Game into big school and small school competitions
The PSFCA also sends a Pennsylvania team against an all-star team from another state, currently Maryland, in the Big 33 Game as part of its annual all-star games for senior graduate players across the state.
The East also won the big school game, 38-13, as part of the double-headed ball on Jan.
Pennsylvania defeated Maryland 20-0 in the Big 33 Football Classic on Monday.
Hinkle was part of an East Offensive led by Riverside graduate Johnny Gilchrist, who hit 11 of 17 passes for 189 yards and a touchdown in the small school game.
Pittston Area and Wyoming Area will meet again in the final game of the regular season, which is scheduled for October 29 in Wyoming Area.
The full Pittston Area schedule: August 27 in North Pocono; September 3, TUNKHANNOCK; September 10, WYOMING VALLEY WEST; September 17th, in the Hazleton area; September 24 in the Wilkes-Barre area; October 1, NANTICOKE; Oct 8 DALLAS: Oct 15 in Berwick; October 22, CRESTWOOD; October 29 in Wyoming.
The full schedule for the Wyoming area: August 27 in the Hazleton area; September 3 in the Wilkes-Barre area; September 10, NANTICOKE; September 17th, SOUTH COLOMBIA; September 24 at Crestwood; Oct. 1 in Lakeland; October 8, LAKE-LEHMAN; October 15, HANNOVER ROOM; October 22 in Dunmore; October 29, PITTSTON AREA.
The Old Forge Schedule: Aug 27, MID VALLEY; September 3, DUNMORE; September 10 in Carbondale; September 17, in the northwest; September 24, MONTROSE; Oct. 1, HANNOVER ROOM; October 8 in Riverside; October 15, HOLY CROSS; October 23 in Susquehanna; October 29th, on the Lackawanna Trail.