Big 33 East

Congratulations to the following Pennsbury Players who were selected over the years to play in the Big 33 Football Classic Game which originated in 1957. This game is played in the Spring and began as a competition between High School All-Star selections from Eastern PA against those From Western PA. Presently, the Big 33 Classic is contested between 33 selections from PA vs. the 33 from Ohio.

Our list of Pennsbury selections includes the college where our graduate subsequently attended and played, the score and year of the game, and the opponent.

1965 Dennis Woomer, Temple; Texas All-Stars - 26 vs. PA - 10

1966 Dave Purcell, Kentucky; Texas All-Stars - 34 vs. PA - 2

1967 Greg Taylor, Wake Forest; Texas All-Stars - 45 vs. PA - 14

1968 Len Shoper, Maryland; PA East - 7 vs. PA West - 6

1969 Frank Dykes, Penn State; PA West - 28 vs. PA East - 13

1970 David Laputka, Syracuse; PA East - 15 vs. PA West - 0

1971 Jim Fitzmaurice, Southern Mississippi; PA West - 34 vs. PA East - 20

1972 Thomas Ford, Brown; PA - 27 vs. Ohio - 22

1973 Frank Prior, North Carolina; Ohio - 16 vs. PA - 14 | Bud Reichard

1976 Bud Reichard; Ohio - 11 vs. PA - 7 | Martin Sierocinski

1980 Don McMullen, Arizona; Two Games: PA West - 41 vs. PA East - 14; West - 16 vs. East - 0

1981 George Darroch: PA West - 17 vs. PAEast - 13

1982 Michael Augustin, East Stroudsburg; PA East - 22 vs. PA West - 21

1984 Thomas Lucas, Northeastern; PA East - 20 vs. PA West - 10

1994 Matt Rader, Duke; Ohio - 35 vs. PA - 20

2002 Matt Applebaum, Connecticut; PA - 40 vs. Ohio - 17

2007 C.J. Marck, Miami - Ohio; PA - 28 vs. Ohio - 10

2012 J.J. Denman

PSFCA

In 2001, The PA Football Scholastic Coaches Association introduced the PFSCA East/West All-Star Game with assistance from PA Football News, the Altoona School District, and other sponsors. The game is played in June. Although, previously, the venue was in Altoona, the site will change starting in 2012 and 2013. Congratulations to the following players who were selected:

2004 Kervin Michaud, Delaware; East - 39 vs. West - 13

2007 Jake Link, Washington and Jefferson; West - 24 vs. East - 14